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Headline News TURFFONTEIN SATURDAY: Watch the Charles Laird juveniles

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
THERE is little doubt that Charles Laird holds the key to the both the 1000m Ruffian Stakes and Storm Bird Stakes at Turffontein tomorrow as juveniles get an opportunity to display their talent in these two Listed races.&nbsp; The Randjesfontein-based trainer has entered two well-bred first-timers in the Ruffian Stakes for fillies and has engaged Weichong Marwing to back up regular stable jockey Anton Marcus.<br />
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Photo: Charles Laird.</p>

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Headline News VAAL PREVIEW: Jaroslaw can follow up on Hawaii run

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
JAROSLAW has always been regarded as a horse loaded with talent but his second on Saturday in the Grade 2 Hawaii Stakes over 1400m at Turffontein must have even surprised his connections.&nbsp; <br />
Starting at 33-1, Jaroslaw ran on well to finish 0.75 lengths behind Mentor and considering he had the likes of Emperor Napoleon, Rebel King and Succesful Bidder behind him, it was an outstanding performance.<br />
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Photo: Geoff Woodruff trains Snuggler.</p>
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Headline News It's no secret – Superjet's the right one

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
FROM the moment trainer Stuart Pettigrew opted to run Secret Superjet over middle distances, the daughter of Jet Master was transformed from a struggling mare into a five-time winner who has accumulated R246 050 in stakes. Pettigrew has made the trip to Scottsville today with Secret Superjet (Race 7) and Sweet Chilli (Race 8), both of whom will be ridden by in-form Raymond Danielson.</p>
<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Photo: Stuart Pettigrew</p>

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Headline News Australian star heads for Dubai Duty Free

<p>AUSTRALIAN star Niconero is heading for Dubai this month in pursuit of a US$1 million bonus on offer in the US$5 million Dubai Duty Free, on March 29. The David Hayes-trained seven-year-old was an impressive winner of&nbsp;Saturday’s Group 1 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield, Melbourne &ndash; the first</p>

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Headline News UK trainer Eustace: "War Artist is best I've had!''

<p>TRAINER James Eustace has revealed plans to unleash South African Grade 1 winner War Artist at Wolverhampton next Saturday, and claimed the sprinter could be as good as any horse he has trained. However, he admitted it was &ldquo;pure fluke&rdquo; that the five-year-old, who won</p>

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Headline News Preview: Power Control to prove that Fortune is not Invincible

<p>COURSE SUITED: Both Power Control and Invincible have displayed their best form at Durbanville<br />
JACK MILNER<br />
WHEN it comes to racing at Durbanville the expression “horses for courses&rsquo;&rsquo; needs to be applied quite literally. Not all horses enjoy this tight, turning track. Many runners perform superbly at Kenilworth and fall flat at Durbanville, while the opposite is often equally true.<br />
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Photo: Vaughan Marshall</p>

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