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Dec 9, 2019

Kingston Town Classic a family affair in more ways than one

Kay Cee wins the Group One Kingston Town Classic (Western Racepix)   Family connections ran deep as three-year-old filly Kay Cee claimed the final Group One race in Australia for 2019. Kay Cee made the most of her featherweight to upstage her rivals in the $1 million Kingston Town Classic over 1800m at Ascot in Perth. She was given a dream ride from an inside barrier by Steven Parnham and rallied hard to get over the top of Gailo Chop, a seasoned Group One campaigner during many seasons of racing. Parnham rode the filly for his father, respected Perth trainer Neville and they are celebrating their third win together in the weight-for-age race. The jockey-trainer partnership teamed up in 2010 and 2011 with Playing God. And therein lies even more significance to their latest success… Read more

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