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Railings


Railings is an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse who is notable for winning the 2005 Caulfield Cup when trained by John Hawkes. Other notable wins include the Metropolitan Handicap and he has been placed in races such as the BMW Classic. He was transferred to New Zealand Trainer Roger James in the Spring of 2007 but he ran horribly in the spring, causing connections to transfer Railings to Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Michael Moroney. The horse has not won a race since his 2005 Caulfield Cup win.

He is being aimed at the Australian Cup and the BMW Classic in the Autumn, with connections hoping he can regain his Caulfield Cup winning form.




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