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Trentham Races 22.01.01

Trentham Races Monday, Janauary 22
Fields and SCOOP selections
Article Mathew Loh

Race 2 Hutt Valey Golf Centre 1000 m Premier Quality $20,000

1 0x90 Hilarchie (6)
2 5224 Million Stars (11)
3 8386 Mendacity (3)
4 7000 Our Inspiration (2)
5 3x76 Wilbro (1)
6 x633 Bold Prince (9)
7 0219 Hipalong (4)
8 8x90 Aotearoa Star (8)
9 0056 Three Kings (5)
10 8913 Quality goldanza (7)
11 107x Tycoon Babe (13)
12 x311 Snapwood (10)
13 1 Hey Godd Loookin (12)

Scoops Selections

1st Mendacity
2nd Hey Good Lookin
3rd Three Kings

Combinations add: 2; 6; and 12

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