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Bosson Waiting On Herd's Appeal Decision

   Opie Bosson guiding Sir Slick to his win over Final Reality in the Gr II First
   Sovereign Trust Japan/NZ International Trophy at Tauranga yesterday.
                      Photo: Kenton Wright (Race Images).

Opie Bosson will know tomorrow morning whether he will ride Sir Slick in Gr II $100,000 Lawnmaster Awapuni Gold Cup at Awapuni next Saturday.
Bruce Herd was all set to replace Opie Bosson in the weight-for-age feature, as per an agreement made by Sir Slick's trainer Graeme Nicholson, but Herd copped a three-day suspension aboard Thee Auld Hussie for careless riding with a round to go in the Steelform Roofing Group Waverley Cup at Waverley yesterday.
Herd is now considering whether or not to appeal the judicial decision and Nicholson is waiting for the Awapuni jockey's call.

Kiwi Jumpers Outsprinted In Pegasus

The connections of No Hero and Real Tonic will be looking for major form reversals from their charges in the $1.48 million Nakayama Grand Jump (4250m) in Japan on April 14. The two Kiwi horses filled the last two placings respectively in the $US328,000 Pegasus Jumps Stakes (3350m) at Nakayama yesterday with victory in the race going to Japanese jumper Merci A Time, who had twice been runner-up in the event.

Trials Return For Sweeney

ImageThe long wait is almost over for Te Awamutu jockey Mark Sweeney (pictured). Almost two years after being seriously injured in a fall at the Cambridge trials, Sweeney is set to again make a public appearance in the saddle. Sweeney will resume riding at the Te Awamutu trials on Tuesday and plans to be back in raceday action towards the end of next month.

Lester Morris Could Come North Again

Lester Morris hasn't dismissed the chances of chasing further North Island riches next month. The Ashburton trainer seldom returns from the North Island without some of the money and he made another successful raid yesterday when winning the $60,000 Steelform Roofing Group Waverley Gold Cup at Waverley with freegoer Quantum Dude.

Change Of Plans For Cypress Point

ImageRoger James is reassessing plans for Cypress Point after watching the promising stayer win the $40,000 Team Wealleans BOP Cup at Tauranga yesterday. James saddled up the quinella in the 2100-metre race with Cypress Point, ridden by Gavin McKeon, beating Ocean Storm (Rogan Norvall).

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