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Back to business at Randwick for John O'Shea following Darley anouncement
Following the big announcement that John O'Shea will replace Peter Snowden as head trainer for Darley Australia, it's back to business here as normal.
 
 
O'Shea will continue his duties at Randwick headquarters until May 2014, with both trainers opting to see their stables through the Autumn Carnival.
 
 
There are currently 75 horses in training, which are all gearing up for big Autumn racing programs.
 
 
John has emphasised that he is "very optimistic" about his stables’ chances for the upcoming Carnival and is looking forward to making the most of the new Championships races on offer.
 
Watch this space as we continue to update you on the quest for Autumn winners!
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