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Bound for Melbourne spring carnival: The Offer's trial run delights Gai Waterhouse's staff

Adam Pengilly Gai Waterhouse might be on a mid-year break but she still had her trusty lieutenants at Randwick to do all the talking – and they will tell you The Offer is an even better horse than the one...

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Queenstown and Tim Clark deliver Gai Waterhouse her second Grafton Cup

Successful in Grafton: Gai Waterhouse.

Adam Pengilly One's been back a little over a year and the other only two months, but Tim Clark and Tye Angland resumed their Hong Kong hostilities in Grafton via Sydney as Queenstown ambled to victory in the...

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Gai Waterhouse beefs up Cup team for Melbourne spring assault

Two good prospects for spring: Gai Waterhouse.

Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse has returned from Europe hoping she has found the next Fiorente in Royal Ascot placegetter Cafe Society or French buy Pornichet, which will give her a first runner in the US in...

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Gai Waterhouse strikes again as Cosmic Endeavour wins Tattersall's Tiara

All smiles: Gai Waterhouse.

Tony White Gai Waterhouse added another chapter to her glittering training career when race favourite Cosmic Endeavour scored a narrow win in the group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on...

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Almalad rounds out Gai Waterhouse's big day with group 1 success

Unbeaten: Almalad (green) wins the JJ Atkins at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse capped a remarkable day when Almalad won the J.J. Atkins at Eagle Farm on Saturday. The stable sent six runners to Queensland's premier meeting and picked up the Hampden Stakes with...

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Knowledge adds to trainer Gai Waterhouse's staying firepower

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Max Presnell With the Fiorente experience Gai Waterhouse is now into the rhythm with two-milers, and Excess Knowledge promises to continue the trend.

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Gai Waterhouse revels in Scone Guineas trifecta triumph

Too good: Cosmic Endeavour roars home in the Scone Guineas on Saturday.

Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse is not always right, but it didn’t matter as Cosmic Endeavour roared down the centre to win Saturday’s Scone Guineas, leading home a stable trifecta.

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Gai Waterhouse keeps Order Of The Sun home for crack at McKell Cup

Made to order: Order Of The Sun (red cap) scores at Randwick in February.

Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse believes Order Of The Sun is built to stay, so the McKell Cup at Randwick against older rivals was a better option than taking on his own age in the Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben on...

Gai Waterhouse jumping for joy after Warrnambool win

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Greg Best Gai Waterhouse achieved her year-long mission of winning a jumps race at Warrnambool's three-day carnival in spectacular fashion on Tuesday.

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Gai Waterhouse rounds up her team for Sydney's autumn riches

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Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse is a household name thanks to the deeds of her horses. Her bubbly persona has her sitting in racing's window to general public alongside living legend Bart Cummings.

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Woodbine saves blushes for Gai Waterhouse and Nash Rawiller

Melbourne cup 2013, Winning horse Fiorente with trainer Gai Waterhouse at Flemington   6th of November 2013. The Age news Picture by JOE ARMAO

Adam Pengilly Nash Rawiller was hauled before stewards to explain his navigation on long odds-on shot Woodbine after the Randwick Guineas-bound colt left his supporters with near heart failure at Rosehill on...

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Gai Waterhouse lays down the Law to Golden Slipper rivals

Matt Jones As glamour two-year-olds Earthquake and Rubick confirmed their status as the leading Golden Slipper contenders with wins at Caulfield on Saturday, Gai Waterhouse warned Randwick winner Law would...

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Gai Waterhouse wins More Joyous appeal but Racing NSW to seek higher court

Gai Waterhouse arriving at Racing NSW Headquarters for the next part
of the More Joyous inquiry. Sport photo Marco Del Grande on 27/5/13


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Gai Waterhouse has won her appeals in the long-running More Joyous affair but the saga is not over because Racing NSW is to launch Supreme Court action against the decision.

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Gai Waterhouse in class of her own, with chances in eight Rosehill events

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Max Presnell Around the world, women trainers, led by our world record-holder Gai Waterhouse, have had an awesome year.

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Gai Waterhouse spellbound by Ecuador's magical talent

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Chris Roots, Matt Jones Gai Waterhouse declared Ecuador a "magical horse" after his win at Rosehill on Saturday.

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Gai Waterhouse no stranger to a legal challenge

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Max Presnell The latest Gai Waterhouse controversy hinges, justifiably, around the punters' right to know any possible impediment to performance.

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Fighting Sun out, but Bull Point to lead Gai Waterhouse's Caulfield assault

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Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse may have lost one stallion prospect for the autumn, in unbeaten two-year-old Fighting Sun, but she is confident of making another when Bull Point runs the Futurity at Caulfield on...

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Blue-blooded colt Wandjina puts Gai Waterhouse's foot on the till

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Chris Roots The strength of Gai Waterhouse's juvenile team is starting to show, after $1 million colt Wandjina took care of midweek company with ease at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.

Gai Waterhouse to lay down the law in Silver Slipper

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Max Presnell Gai Waterhouse took website viewers to Randwick trackwork this week and gives an insight into her energy.

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Gai Waterhouse cleared over More Joyous saga

Sydney. Racing NSW investigation  on last month's All Aged Stakes as part of the inquiry into the performance of More Joyous in the race. Gai Waterhouse arrives at the inquiry. Photo: Peter Rae  Monday 13 May 2013

James Polson The stoush that rocked Sydney racing last autumn appears to be finally over.