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Spring visitors in quarantine

words by STEPHEN HOWELL

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EUROPEAN WINNER: PROTECTIONIST (EDDIE PEDROZA) WINS THE PRIX KERGORLAY AT DEAUVILLE IN FRANCE BEFORE ENTERING QUARANTINE.

photography by RACING VICTORIA

Nineteen horses are in quarantine at Newmarket in England and are expected in Melbourne on September 27 as the first batch of spring visitors from Europe.

They will complete a further two weeks in quarantine at the TAB International Horse Centre at Werribee before being free to compete.

Four Japanese horses, including Cups contenders Admire Rakti and Bande, are to arrive at Werribee on September 20.

A second shipment of perhaps half a dozen Europeans are to enter quarantine at Newmarket on September 25 ahead of their scheduled arrival in Melbourne on October 11.

THE FIRST SHIPMENT

Internationally-trained horses:

Ambivalent (Roger Varian, UK) - Entered for Crown Golden Ale Caulfield Cup (CC), Emirates Melbourne Cup (MC)

Dandino (Marco Botti, UK) - CC, MC

Farraaj (Varian) - Sportingbet Cox Plate (CP)

Guest Of Honour (Botti) - CP

Mutual Regard (Johnny Murtagh, IRE) - MC

Noble Protector (Stuart Kittow, UK) - CC, CP, MC

Nuntius (Andreas Wohler, GER) -MC

Protectionist (Wohler) -CC, MC

Red Cadeaux (Ed Dunlop, UK) - CC, MC

Renew (Botti) - CC, MC

Side Glance (Andrew Balding, UK) - CC, CP, MC

Seismos (Botti) -CC, MC

Van Percy (Balding) - CC, MC

International horses joining Australian trainers:

Amralah (Robert Hickmott, ex-GER) -MC

Cafe Society (Gai Waterhouse, ex-UK) - CC, MC

Contributer (John O'Shea, ex-UK) - CC, CP, MC

Manduro's Son (Mike Moroney, ex-GER) - CC, MC

Orator (David Hayes, ex-FR) - not entered

Terrubi (David Payne, ex-FR) - CC, MC

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