Muswellbrook trainer Sam Kavanagh eyes bigger return with Sikandrabad at Royal Randwick

Craig Kerry
By Craig Kerry
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:49pm, first published September 19 2020 - 2:03am
BACK: Sam Kavanagh, right, with jockey Jason Collett after a win in 2014. Picture: Canberra Times

MUSWELLBROOK trainer Sam Kavanagh always thought his return to racing would be "a slow burn" but he's hoping Sikandrabad can continue to reignite his career with a Group 3 win at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

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Craig Kerry

Craig Kerry

Sports reporter, Newcastle Herald

Craig Kerry is a sports reporter for the Newcastle Herald.

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