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Eamonn’s Memory finds purple patch

Eamonn’s Memory finds purple patch

Eamonn’s Memory made it back-to-back wins with a strong victory in race seven’s benchmark 64 handicap (1300m) at Wangaratta on Thursday. After saluting in a benchmark 58 at Benalla on May 7, the five-year-old gelding continued his rich vein of form on his home track...

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Hahne sent off with long-odds double

Hahne sent off with long-odds double

Andrew Dale Racing sent long-time foreman Matt Hahne off in style but the day that brought a double at Kyneton wasn’t all smooth sailing. Thursday’s meeting was Hahne’s final as ADR’s foreman as he embarks on a new career and when Confessed ($30.70) and Turnaquid...

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ADR heads to Cranbourne’s bright lights

ADR heads to Cranbourne’s bright lights

ANDREW Dale Racing will feature under the bright lights of Cranbourne tonight with five runners stepping up. Confessed, Mojo Music, Sheila, Eamonn’s Memory and the stable’s best chance in Shooting For Stars will all try their hand at the meeting. “All runners have...

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50 winners is the goal for season 23/24

50 winners is the goal for season 23/24

AS the 2023/24 racing season hits the final four months, ADR currently sits at 38 winners. With ADR targeting 50 winners by season’s end, three winners in the past two weeks sees the training operation sit at 38 with a healthy winning percentage of 11%, along with a...

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Shooting For Stars returns to winners’ circle

Shooting For Stars returns to winners’ circle

Shooting For Stars returned to form with a 1.35L victory in race three’s benchmark 66 (1000m) at Wagga on Thursday. After a credible third at Albury last start, the four-year-old mare was given the perfect ride by Billy Owen, sitting off the leader in ADR’s Sheila,...

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Shooting For Stars looking to get back to best

Shooting For Stars looking to get back to best

ANDREW Dale Racing has just the five runners in action across the weekend, one of those at Albury today and four at Benalla tomorrow. Stable star Shooting For Stars will be looking to get back to her winning ways after a lacklustre last start at Wangaratta. But...

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Nine runners for Berrigan’s Finley Autumn Cup meeting

Nine runners for Berrigan’s Finley Autumn Cup meeting

ANDREW Dale Racing will heavily support Berrigan’s Finley Autumn Cup six race card on Saturday with a solid nine runners. The family-friendly race day is a highlight of the Finley racing and social club and has been running for nine years. “It’s always good to support...

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Chairman’s Choice salutes first-up

Chairman’s Choice salutes first-up

Chairman’s Choice gave apprentice jockey Brittany Button a day to remember. Riding at her first race day as a jockey, Button landed the first winner of her career aboard the eight-year-old gelding in race seven’s benchmark 58 (1200m) at Towong. The pair settled just...

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Chairman’s Choice and Sheila return

Chairman’s Choice and Sheila return

ANDREW Dale Racing will make the scenic trip to Towong for their annual cup meeting tomorrow. The Towong Cup basks in rich history and after 2020’s devastating fires that nearly wiped out the racecourse, locals don’t take this meeting for granted and punters will...

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13 runners across three tracks for ADR

13 runners across three tracks for ADR

IT will be a big Saturday for ADR with 13 runners in action across three different locations. Seven will run at Carrathool for their cup meeting, four will take part on Wangaratta Cup day and two will run at the Alexandra Cup races. At Wangaratta, the stable goes into...

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Shooting For Stars makes triumphant return

Shooting For Stars makes triumphant return

ANDREW Dale's Shooting For Stars made a triumphant return to the stable, winning her first start back. Dale’s Shooting For Stars justified her $3.70 favourite odds in race eight’s benchmark 66 handicap (1175m) at Albury on Sunday, running home to victory by a head....

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Five gallopers set for Dederang Cup meeting

Five gallopers set for Dederang Cup meeting

ANDREW Dale Racing is looking forward to Saturday’s Dederang Cup meeting where five runners will try their luck. After last year’s edition was abandoned due to an unsuitable track, the once-a-year meeting returns for the Dederang Picnic Racing Club. For ADR, Wagunda,...

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From the Barn: Action packed Country Champs ahead

From the Barn: Action packed Country Champs ahead

Week review Tumut In what was a quiet week on track, last Saturday’s meeting at Tumut was the only meeting the stable attended. Mojo Music was the closest the stable came to finding a winner, finishing less than a length behind in second in race two’s Tumut Sprint,...

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Shooting For Stars returns

Shooting For Stars returns

SHOOTING For Stars will return to Andrew Dale Racing after a stint with Will Clarken and Niki O’Shea in Adelaide. The four-year-old mare ran the first three starts of her career at ADR for two wins before the Clarken and O’Shea stable picked her up. After 11 starts...

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Eamonn’s Memory breaks through with Tumbarumba Cup win

Eamonn’s Memory breaks through with Tumbarumba Cup win

ANDREW Dale’s Eamonn’s Memory finally broke through, claiming his first country cup. After second place finishes in the Tumut and Carrathool cups in consecutive weeks last year, a third in the Deniliquin Cup, as well as attempts in Berrigan and Balranald's features,...

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Jahbath salutes, Eamonn’s Memory eyes Tumba Cup

Jahbath salutes, Eamonn’s Memory eyes Tumba Cup

Week review Yea Jahbath saluted at Yea on Saturday in race two’s picnic trophy (1300m) by a touch over two lengths. It’s the sixth win of the seven-year-old’s career. Benalla Deploy and Destroy was solid at Benalla on Sunday, finishing under two lengths off them in...

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From the Barn: Yea, Benella and Albury ahead

From the Barn: Yea, Benella and Albury ahead

Week ahead Yea Seven runners will head to Yea’s picnic meeting on Saturday. New additions Regal Magnate and Patron of Power will run their first starts for ADR in race one’s maiden (1300m). Wagunda, Jahbath and new acquisition Rupicasso will take on race two’s picnic...

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Dale strikes with Hells Son

Dale strikes with Hells Son

ANDREW Dale struck early at the Wangaratta Turf Club's meeting on Thursday. Hells Son snapped a streak of four third place finishes in a row in race four's Ovens Kia Wangaratta Maiden Plate (1170m) by a length. After drawing gate 14 of 14, hoop Lachlan King settled in...

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From the Barn: Plenty of action ahead

From the Barn: Plenty of action ahead

Week review Oakbank Last weekend’s trip to Adelaide brought home a winner as Zofferella saluted in her first start under ADR at Oakbank on Friday. Bookmakers didn’t take a liking to the new addition as she saluted at $26 in race five’s 0-54 handicap (1050m)....

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From the Barn: SA we go

From the Barn: SA we go

From the Barn Week review Benalla Benalla’s meeting on Saturday didn’t bring home a winner but a few gallopers produced promising runs. Bellman was strong in race four’s benchmark 58 (1606m), just a length off the winner in second position. Shemakesastatement...

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From the Barn: Eamonn’s Memory salutes

From the Barn: Eamonn’s Memory salutes

Week review Wangaratta The return to racing at Wangaratta brought a winner for ADR. Eamonn’s Memory broke through for the fourth win of his career in race eight’s 0-58 (1300m), saluting by around two lengths. Mescaminto was strong in race six (0-58) finishing second...

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From the Barn: Racing returns to Wangaratta

From the Barn: Racing returns to Wangaratta

Week review Wagga College Dropout notched up the second win of his career in race five’s benchmark 50 (1200m) at Wagga on Saturday. The son of Jukebox was given a peach of a ride from gate three by Jack Martin, saluting by half a length. Malabar Prince was solid in...

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From the Barn: Malabar Prince salutes on busy weekend

From the Barn: Malabar Prince salutes on busy weekend

Wodonga A busy weekend started at Wodonga Gold Cup Day last Friday. Hells Son found himself in traffic is race one’s maiden but ran a super last 200m to finish third. Manalore was solid in race two (maiden), running fourth, a touch under five lengths away. Hay...

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From the Barn: Country Cup meetings galore

From the Barn: Country Cup meetings galore

Week review It was a nice day for ADR at last Saturday’s picturesque Adamindaby meet which brought home two winners. The highlight of the day was new acquisition Bellman taking out the Adaminaby Cup in his first start for the stable. Hoop Connor Murtagh got the...

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andrew@andrewdaleracing.com

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