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Aust-Bred Johannesburg Son Wins In South Africa
In South Africa overnight, Australian-bred 6YO gelding Commissionerstreet (Johannesburg-Cast Your Fate, by Bletchingly) won over 1000m at Vaal for trainer Paul Matchett. Commissionerstreet was a $510,000 yearling at the 2007 Magic Millions Premier Sale on the Gold Coast.