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Posting his third win from just six starts at Belmont in Perth on Saturday was King River, a $220,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Turangga Farm draft.

Running in the famed cerise and white colours of WA owner breeders Bob and Sandra Peters, the four year-old son of Haradasun scored a fast finishing head win over 1200 metres for the Grant Williams stable.

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A homebred for Turangga Farm, progressive Hinchinbrook gelding The Virginian made it two wins from three starts when scoring a dominant victory at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Prepared by Toby Edmonds, The Virginian was an easy debut winner at the Gold Coast in April and acquitted himself well when finishing an unlucky sixth in the Group III Gold Coast Guineas at just his second start.

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Scoring a resounding four length win at Goulburn on Monday was progressive three year-old Local Affair, a $55,000 Magic Millions purchase for Kitchwin Hills from the Turangga Farm draft.

Prepared by John Thompson for well-known Sydney owner Peter Horwitz and partners, Local Affair broke his maiden at Newcastle back in February and had been thereabouts in subsequent runs before breaking through again.

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Providing a timely update for her yearling half-brother headed to the 2016 Inglis Scone Yearling Sale on Sunday was the Turangga Farm bred filly Little Bita Love, who scored a tenacious victory at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday.

Prepared by Toby Edmonds, three year-old Snippetson filly Little Bita Love (pictured as a yearling)  led throughout to win the 1400 metre maiden by half a neck at her third start.

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Opening his account with a stylish debut victory at Bendigo on Friday was Sebring two year-old Violate, a $70,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Cloud 9 Thoroughbreds from the draft of Turangga Farm.

A big strapping chestnut trained by Paul Banks, Violate travelled just behind the leaders and forged clear to win by more than a length.

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