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Boom LOVE YOU entire ULTIMATE STRIDE continues to take all before him in New Zealand.

The four-year-old secured his seventh straight win in the AIRPARK CANTEBURY HANDICAP, 2600m, at Addington on Friday, September 4.

Ultimate Stride had to do his fair share of work to find the lead in his first start of the season, but always looked in control.

His winning streak began in Australia as a two-year-old, with four wins including the Redwood Classic and Breeders Crown,

He then had the best part of 12 months off the scene recovering from a peddle bone injury before returning at Invercargill in late June this year.

His trainer Phil Williamson has Ultimate Stride on target for feature races at Alexandra Park, including the carried over Harness Million and NZ Sires Stakes for three-year-olds.

Ultimate Stride was bred by LE and HE Williams, and is raced by the E and M Stride Corporation operated by Emilio and Maria Rosati.

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