Copy That back home and set for spring racing return

10 May 2022
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One fact helped trainer Ray Green get through having to watch millions of dollars worth of races that his stable pacing star Copy That should have been in.

“I know all going well we can have a go at those same races next season,” says Green as he welcomes the injured hero back to his Pukekohe stables.

It feels like an age since Copy That ruled Australasian pacing by beating Self Assured and South Coast Arden in the New Zealand Cup at Addington, but it has only been six months.

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