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Atomic Blast in Philadelphia!

Atomic Blast, a four-year-old son of AUCKLAND REACTOR, earned a new speed badge of 1:52.6 winning at Harrah’s Philadelphia on Monday (September 7). The gelding led from the outset carving out fractions of 27.2, 28.6, 28 and 28.8. It was his second success from four starts in America and his third win from seven lifetime…Continue readingAtomic Blast in Philadelphia!

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Reactor Now sizzles at Shepparton

Brilliant AUCKLAND REACTOR gelding Reactor Now went within 0.2 of the track record in his emphatic win at Shepparton on Saturday night (September 5). Starting from the pole, the four-year-old led in the early part, then handed up before retaking the front in the first lap. He was never again headed. He clocked closing fractions…Continue readingReactor Now sizzles at Shepparton

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Delightfulreaction tops $150,000 mark

Delightfulreaction, AUCKLAND REACTOR’S second richest daughter, sent her stake earnings beyond the $150,000 plateau when she outfinished her rivals at Gloucester Park on Friday night (September 4). After enjoying a saloon passage, the four-year-old mare peeled off a 57.7 seconds final 800 to win by almost a length. The mile rate for the 2536 metres…Continue readingDelightfulreaction tops $150,000 mark

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Hobart double for Auckland Reactor

AUCKLAND REACTOR sired a winning double in the first two races at the Hobart twilight meeting on Sunday (August 30). Nine Diamonds, a three-year-old filly, stormed home from midfield to win by 22 metres with a last 800 in 58.6. It was the filly’s third success from her last four starts. Thirty minutes later Cinocal…Continue readingHobart double for Auckland Reactor

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Five winners in a day!

AUCKLAND REACTOR, who is enjoying a boom year with his progeny, sired five winners on the one day on Thursday (August 27). The haul included a winning double at Cambridge Raceway, New Zealand and winners in Victoria, NSW and Queensland. The Banker, who came from last to dead-heat in 1:59.9, and the trotter As Free…Continue readingFive winners in a day!

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Tact Bess in 1:54.5

Tact Bess, a New Zealand-bred daughter of AUCKLAND REACTOR, posted a new lifetime mark of 1:54.5 when she outsprinted a smart field at Albion Park on Saturday night (August 22). Starting from the No. 2 gate, the five-year-old enjoyed a saloon passage behind the leader before being switched down onto the passing lane. She won…Continue readingTact Bess in 1:54.5

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Melton winner by Auckland Reactor

The AUCKLAND REACTOR gelding Ian Raymond further underlined his potential when he demolished his opposition at Melton on Friday (August 21). He became the 86th individual winner sired by AUCKLAND REACTOR in Australia this season. Ian Raymond is the only foal out of a Village Jasper mare, Black Dress. Earlier in the week, the AUCKLAND…Continue readingMelton winner by Auckland Reactor

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Unbeaten four-year-old

Auckland Red, a four-year-old gelding and one of the second crop of Auckland Reactor, extended his unbeaten winning sequence this season to four with a dashing end-to-win success at Kilmore on Sunday night (August 16). The chestnut returned a career-best 1:54.9 rating over 1690 metres with the last 800 in 57.6 He is the fastest…Continue readingUnbeaten four-year-old

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Reactor Now wins in 1:55

Brilliant AUCKLAND REACTOR four-year-old Reactor Now posted his eighth win for the season when he outstayed a strong field at Shepparton on Saturday night (August 15). Having his first start for six weeks, the gelding settled down near the rear before looping the field in the middle stages to go up to lead the outside…Continue readingReactor Now wins in 1:55

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Menangle double for Auckland Reactor

The AUCKLAND REACTOR sired pair Please Shuddup NZ and Our Megastar NZ won consecutive races at Menangle on Tuesday (August 11). Please Shuddup led from end-to-end in 1:52.7, while Our Megastar finished powerfully from midfield to score in a career-best 1:52.3. Both bred in New Zealand, Please Shuddup has now won nine races and $62,739 in stakes, and is out of the unraced Christian Cullen mare…Continue readingMenangle double for Auckland Reactor