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Ugo Foscolo’s fledgling Australian career has been put on hold with the New Zealand Group One winner joining the list of horses ruled out of the autumn carnival.
The New Zealand-owned three-year-old has been spelled following his disappointing unplaced run in the G1 Canterbury Stakes at Randwick when having his first start for his new trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.
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