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Thursday 19 October 2017
Race 3 - Letsgotothehop NZ
Driver: Anthony Butt
Race 9 - Let It Ride NZ
Driver: Anthony Butt

(My) Field Marshall - NSWHRC Menangle - Before winning the Group 1 Len Smith Mile - Driver Anthony Butt - Sunday June 25 2017

Latest Results

Tabcorp Park Melton - Saturday 14 October 2017
Let It Ride NZ - 1st - Driver: Anthony Butt

Albion Park - Saturday 8 July 2017
My Field Marshall NZ - 2nd - Driver: Anthony Butt

Albion Park - Saturday 8 July 2017 (Gr2)
My Field Marshall NZ - 2nd - Driver: Dexter Dunn

N.Z. Metro R.C. - Friday 30 June 2017
Letsgodothehop - 3rd - Driver: Dexter Dunn

Forbury Park T.C. - Thursday 29 June 2017
Rocknroll Magic - 1st - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)

NSWHRC Menangle (Len Smith Mile Gr1)
Sunday 25 June 2017
My Field Marshal NZ - 1st - Driver: Anthony Butt

N.Z. Metro T.C. - Friday 16 June 2017
Jungle Gem - 3rd - Driver: Blair Orange

Forbury Park T.C. - Thursday 1 June 2017
Bushido - 2nd - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)

Rangiora H.R.C. - Sunday 28 May 2017
Rocknroll Magic - 1st - Driver: Dexter Dunn

N.Z. Metro T.C. - Friday 12 May 2017
Rocknroll Magic - 3rd - Driver: Dexter Dunn

Forbury Park T.C. - Thursday 11 May 2017
Lanikai - 3rd - Driver: Jonny Cox

Rangiora H.R.C. - Sunday 7 May 2017
Rocknroll Magic - 2nd - Driver: Dexter Dunn

Ashburton - Saturday 29 April 2017
Beg Hall - 1st - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)
Mac Almighty - 1st - Driver: Dexter Dunn

Timaru H.R.C. - Thursday 27 April 2017
Bushido - 1st - Driver: Mark Jones

N.Z. Metro T.C. - Friday 21 April 2017
Beg Hall - 2nd - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)

Forbury Park T.C. - Thursday 20 April 2017
Lanikai - 3rd - Driver: Jonny Cox

Rangiora H.R.C. - Sunday 9 April 2017
Rocknroll Magic - 1st - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)
Bushido - 2nd - Driver: Mark Jones

NZ Metro T.C. - Friday 31 March 2017
Let It Ride - Driver: Dexter Dunn
Mac Almighty - 3rd - Driver: Kimberly Butt (J)

NZ Metro T.C. - Friday 24 March 2017
The Bachelor - 2nd - Driver: Craig Thornley
Let It Ride - 1st - Driver: Dexter Dunn

Reefton T.C. - Sunday 12 March 2017
Beg Hall - 3rd - Driver: David Butcher

Westport T.C. - Friday 10 March 2017
Beg Hall - 1st - Driver: Craig Thornley



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Field Marshall winning the Gr1 Len Smith Mile 250617
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Brisbane Is Next For Butt

26 June 2017 - by Chris Barsby
Tim Butt has fond memories of Queensland.
On previous trips, the Christchurch based trainer claimed the biggest events in the southern hemisphere – the 2001 Inter Dominion Trotting Grand Final with Take A Moment at Albion Park while returning in 2009 with former North American star Mr Feelgood to win the Inter Dominion Pacing Grand Final when staged at the Gold Coast.
And the world champion horseman is heading back to the Sunshine State with his last start Gr.1 $100,000 Len Smith Mile winner My Field Marshal, fresh from his success yesterday (Sunday) at TABCORP Park, Menangle.
The richly talented five-year-old powered down the outside of the spacious Sydney track to snatch victory from a game Mach Doro and race favourites Lennytheshark and Hectorjayjay in a time of 1:50.2.
“He raced great and finished off superbly, he thrives on this style of racing and Brisbane is the next stop. In fact, he’s already on the road and will next start in the Sunshine Sprint followed by the Blacks A Fake, both races have been on his radar for some time.” Butt said.
The Gr.2 $50,000 Garrards Sunshine Sprint is scheduled for July 8 at Albion Park followed by the Gr.1 $200,000 UBET Blacks A Fake the following week.
My Field Marshal is expected to renew his battles with Mach Doro, Lennytheshark, Hectorjayjay, Tiger Tara, Major Crocker and Ultimate Art while the local talent is spearheaded by triple Queensland Horse of the Year Avonnova.
My Field Marshal has thrived during his Australian stint to date and appears to be getting better as his campaign runs deeper.
It was his third success at his past four starts with other victories including the Gr.2 $75,000 Four & Five Championship at Melton on May 20 followed by his triumph in the $20,000 Golden Reign FFA the following week.
The Art Major – Foreal entire has now won four Group One events.
“I’ve always held him in very high regard but we’ve been patient with him and haven’t chased every race possible and now he’s really matured and developed into a lovely racehorse. I think the next twelve to eighteen months should be his best so it’s rather exciting.
“The Brisbane campaign has always been the target and the style of racing should suit him nicely, they race hard and fast and that’s his style. Obviously the draws play a big role but he just needs the little bit of luck or no bad luck to play a role in the finish of his races.
“We’re staying with Shannon (Price) and Scott (Miller) and they’ve got him on the truck headed north as we speak with their three-year-old (Three Of The Best).”
Understandably, Butt is hoping to add to his list of memories in the coming weeks.
The Albion Park winter carnival officially starts this weekend before reaching its climax on July 15.

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