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Peter Stewart of Huntworth Stud in the Southern Highlands with his Capitalist colt from Glistening Light which will be offered at the Inglis May Yearling Sale on Sunday May 2. Photo by Virginia Harvey

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees prepared Cristal Breeze (Hugh Bowman) to win Provincial Championship Final at Randwick last Saturday. Photo by Steve Hart

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees prepared Cristal Breeze (Hugh Bowman) to win Provincial Championship Final at Randwick last Saturday. Photo by Steve Hart

Inglis managing director, Mark Webster explains about the revamped Scone Yearling Sale now at Riverside Stables. Photo by Virginia Harvey

Inglis managing director, Mark Webster explains about the revamped Scone Yearling Sale now at Riverside Stables. Photo by Virginia Harvey

WHILE Covid-19 forced cancellation on last year’s Scone Horse Festival, its return next month sees two major omissions.

The Scone Race Club’s stand-alone Saturday city meet (May 15) has been transferred to Rosehill, while Inglis has returned the Scone…



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