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28 July 2016
Trainer James Cummings Trainer James Cummings

As the season draws to a close, the latest chapter in Australian racing's most iconic dynasty has been written.

After the death of his legendary grandfather Bart in August, fourth generation trainer James Cummings took over the famous Randwick stables in his own right.

The fittingly named Ruling Dynasty will carry the hopes of Leilani Lodge in Sydney's final stakes race of the season at Rosehill on Saturday.

Reflecting on his first season as sole trainer, Cummings says he's pleased with the 62 winners the stable has produced.

"It's pretty hard to do that," Cummings said.

"Now that we've got that confidence from this season we can take that into the next.

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