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Gary Harley’s Newcastle racing preview

Sydney trainer Mark Newnham is enjoying a stellar season in only his second year of training and is confident that the quartet of three-year-olds he is sending to Newcastle on Saturday all have winning chances.
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The former jockey’s Newcastle team includes Key to Glory (1200 metre Maiden Handicap) Pulang Pula, (1400 metre Maiden Handicap), Kung Fu Master (1850 metre Maiden Plate) and Divine Breeze (1400 metre Class 2 Handicap).

Newnham has trained 29 winners in the first half of the season.

“I am confident that all four will go close to winning, with Pulang Pula my best chance,” he said.

““The filly went great when a close second first-up at Kembla. She raceson the pace and has trained on well since.

“Key to Glory was all over the place when a close third, first-up at Kembla.

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“The trip was short of his best and he will go much better on Saturday with the blinkers back on.

“Kung Fu Master needs every bit of 1850 metres. He was a bit one-paced over the 1600 at Kembla last start. The horse has never run a bad race and the blinkers come off on Saturday.

“There was no depth in the three-horse race that Divine Breeze won on debut at Gosford recently. However, she won easily and it was a confidence booster for her.”

Newcastle’s leading trainer Kris Lees has five horses running on his home track as he closes in on a century of winners for the season.

Lees has already saddled up 91 ½ winners for the season and he is

on track to break the stables best ever season in 2016/2017 when he prepared 161 ½ winners. At

Newcastle on Saturday Lees Racing will be represented by Lets Get Nauti Gal (race 2), High Power (race 5), Clevanicc (race 7), with Chilly Cha Cha and Unbridled Power in race 8.

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