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21 November 2017
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Australian horse Boom Time continues to please his connections as he prepares to compete on the international stage in the Japan Cup.

The Caulfield Cup winner, who is trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, had a serious hit-out on Tuesday morning on the turf at Tokyo Racecourse.

Stable representative Gary Fennessy, who arrived in Japan with Boom Time last week, said everything had gone smoothly.

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