Bach to make Australian debut in $100,000 Gold Cup at Cranbourne

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New Zealand pacer Bach will contest the $100,000 Decron Cranbourne Gold Cup on Saturday.

The five-year-old gelding has crossed the Tasman to settle at the Kyle Marshall Racing stables ahead of the big race at Cranbourne.

He won a five-horse barrier trial at Melton on January 30 to prepare.

Bach has career earnings of NZ$104,824 from 29 starts, of which he has won eight and been placed three times.

Meanwhile, Lanning was scratched from the Cranbourne meeting, having run second at Friday’s Melton meeting.

Here’s how they line up on Saturday February 10, 2024:

Lanning (Scr)

Driver/trainer: Kyle Marshall

No. 5, Race 4, $10,000 Woodlands Stud Pace, 1609m

Race starts at 8.17pm (AU) / 10.17pm (NZT) – click here for field and form >>>>


Driver: Anthony Butt, Trainer: Kyle Marshall

No. 4, Race 5, $100,000 Decron Cranbourne Gold Cup, 2555m

Race starts at 8.55pm (AU) / 10.55pm (NZT) – click here for field and form >>>>

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