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It was as hot a field as youll see in a trial and even though Australia Day was reference no match for Miracles Of Life, trainer Marilyn Smith was impressed. She was ready, so we put her in and I was very happy with it, Smith said. Not that I plan to be racing against Miracles Of Life - but youve got to race visit site against whats in the trial. She did it nicely, had a bit of a blow and will improve from it. Australia Day, an aptly named three-year-old by Sebring out of Helluva Party, resumes at Morphettville tomorrow with next months Morphettville Guineas in Smiths sights. We want to see if she can get over a bit of ground this time in, she said. Ideally, I wouldve liked to have had another week but youve got to go where the races are programmed and this fits in. After impressing in her first couple of starts, Australia Day, who has also been nominated for the Group 1 Thousand Guineas, was only fair in her two most recent run in Melbourne before going for a spell.
Prince George may go to Australia for first official tour abroad
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It is widely thought thatthe new fatherand his wife Kate Middleton have been planning a trip to Australia and New Zealand for early 2014. This may come due to the Queen , 87, recently making her first move to pull back from royal engagements. The reigning monarch announced that she would not attend the Commonwealth heads of state meeting in Sri Lanka in November the first one she'll have missed for 40 years. Prince William's visit to Anglesey marks one of the last times the royal will make a public appearance on the island, where he has been stationed as a search and rescue pilot since 2009. The charming royal is due to end his tour of duty at Anglesey in September, and gave an emotional speech thanking the locals for their warm welcoming. "I know that I speak for Catherine when I say I have never in my life known somewhere as beautiful and as welcoming as Anglesey," said Prince William.
The uncertainty over the timing of the Fed's stimulus tapering plans have roiled global markets in recent months, as investors fretted about the reduction of the U.S. central bank's massive liquidity that's underpinned riskier assets over the past five years. The market has bounced back from a trough of 4,632.3 points hit on June 25, and a solid earnings season so far has seen it test the 5,200 points level, edging towards the year-to-date high link of 5,249.6 hit on May 15. On the earnings front, Wesfarmers Ltd reported a 6 percent rise in full-year net profit on Thursday, missing analysts' forecasts, but the stock added 0.4 percent on the announcement of a A$579 million capital return to shareholders. Biotechnology firm CSL Ltd extended its slump, dropping 2.5 percent after the company hit all-time highs earlier in the week. Insurance company QBE Insurance Group Ltd lost 2.3 percent.