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Bred by Mungrup Stud in 2010, Benito is an impressive gelding by Due Sasso. Trained by David Harrison, Benito began his racing career in 2013, winning his maiden race and continuing to place well for his following starts. This gelding retired in 2016 with a career of eight wins and 10 places, and a 50% placing rate. His lifetime stakes total sits at an impressive $391,050. He was rehomed after retirement to current owner, Laura Kennedy.

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New Zealand-born Money Magnet NZ is a 1999 gelding by Fake Left USA. This handsome gelding began his racing career in 2003 with trainers Greg and Skye Bond after two successful trials in the years prior. Throughout his career, Money Magnet NZ achieved 26 wins and 23 placings out of his 113 starts. He was a formidable force on the racetrack, accumulating connections $306,123 until retiring in 2009. Rob Gartrell, one of his racing owners, described his favourite moment as an owner as being when Money Magnet won the Fremantle Cup in 2006. Since retiring from racing, Money Magnet has been in the care of Tina Larcombe. 

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