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Matthew Dale

Kamberra Function Centre

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Kamberra Function Centre

595 Northbourne Ave

Lyneham, Australian Capital Territory,2602

Australia

Company Description

Kamberra Function Centre provides a personalised experience to the highest standards. We offer a range of versatile spaces and an array of menu and beverage options. From the planning stages to the day of your event, our dedicated staff will provide profession...more

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Thoroughbred Park


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Canberra


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Thoroughbred Park Canberra Racing

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Trainer Matthew Dale reported the son of Not A Single Doubt came through the run in good condition and it was onwards and upwards to the March 7 feature.
"He ate up and pulled up terrific so now it's just a matter of keeping him happy for the next fortnight," Dale said. Dale is confident Unanimously can improve further prior to the Opal but is well aware of the step up in grade his two-year old faces. "No doubt the Opal is going to be a much stronger race than the Preview with horses coming from Sydney and maybe even Melbourne but I think my bloke is a serious chance," Dale said. Dale said to win a Black Opal would mean everything to him and said preparations had been in place for some time. "We had planned this along way out and for it to come this far is what it's all about," he said. "She was a terrific run on Sunday and made really good late ground when they ran a really quick last 600m," Dale said. Unanimously, trained by Matthew Dale and ridden by Tye Angland won the Flair Gourmet Services Lightning Ridge Plate over 1000m. The colt having his first race start has secured a start in the Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes and judging by his impressive win today will be a good chance in the race.


Thoroughbred Park Canberra Racing

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Unanimously, trained by Matthew Dale and ridden by Tye Angland won the Flair Gourmet Services Lightning Ridge Plate over 1000m.
The colt having his first race start has secured a start in the Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes and judging by his impressive win today will be a good chance in the race.


Thoroughbred Park Canberra Racing

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Trainer Matthew Dale reported the son of Not A Single Doubt came through the run in good condition and it was onwards and upwards to the March 7 feature.
"He ate up and pulled up terrific so now it's just a matter of keeping him happy for the next fortnight," Dale said. Dale is confident Unanimously can improve further prior to the Opal but is well aware of the step up in grade his two-year old faces. "No doubt the Opal is going to be a much stronger race than the Preview with horses coming from Sydney and maybe even Melbourne but I think my bloke is a serious chance," Dale said. "In previous years home track horses have raced very well and even horses that were probably a grade below have still been able to come out and perform well and in a lot of cases above expectations," "Unanimously is going to take natural improvement from his debut and I think he will appreciate settling off the pace a little, it's definitely an exciting time." Dale said to win a Black Opal would mean everything to him and said preparations had been in place for some time. "We had planned this along way out and for it to come this far is what it's all about," he said. "She was a terrific run on Sunday and made really good late ground when they ran a really quick last 600m," Dale said. Unanimously, trained by Matthew Dale and ridden by Tye Angland won the Flair Gourmet Services Lightning Ridge Plate over 1000m. The colt having his first race start has secured a start in the Kamberra Wine Company Black Opal Stakes and judging by his impressive win today will be a good chance in the race.


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Astute trainer Matthew Dale is hopeful emerging sprinter Fell Swoop can push his claims for a tilt towards stakes company when lining up at Randwick on Saturday.
"I'm very happy with him, he's obviously progressing nicely and it does look a nice race for him," Dale said. "He's come through the run really well, he's eating well and he has had a couple of nice pieces of work. "He doesn't over-work on the track, he's just got to tick over and maintain his fitness, he's done that and I'm happy going into Saturday." Electing to drop Fell Swoop back five furlongs, Dale felt it was ideal timing for his preparation moving forward. "The three weeks between runs suited and back to 1000m leaves a lot of options for his next start," Dale said. "I've always been a little bit guarded about talking any of my horses right up and he is a horse who is mentally maturing, he's been slow to mature the whole way through," Dale said.


www.thoroughbredpark.com.au

Canberra based trainer Matthew Dale has wasted little time to make his presence felt in the new season, collecting his fourth winner from just 14 starts at Goulburn on Monday.
"He looked to race a bit keenly in the wind here today," Dale said. "He sat three-deep without cover and straightened up into a massive head-wind so I thought his effort was really good. "He obviously has got to learn how to race if he is to keep progressing through the grades, but that's what we will be looking to work on." Renowned for his ability to place his gallopers in suitable events, Dale felt Bitburg has plenty of scope moving forward. "Today was a sign of a good horse, but if they are to continue to rise through the grades they've got to learn how to race," Dale said. "Will tinker with a bit of gear and try a few different things with him at home to help him learn how to settle in behind them. "Its pretty exciting because he is only a little horse who has done a lot wrong today but still won well." Along with his four winners for the new season Dale has only missed the money twice and notably has run at a POT of 72.9 per cent.


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