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O.P. « 2008-Dec-07, 11:00 AM »
If there's already a thread on this maybe the following could be transferred. Saturday 6 Dec 08 two good things beaten
Doomben R4 Express Air missed the start completely settled well back and stormed home to run second Should have won for sure .

Caulfield R5 Keano had no luck at all wherever it went found trouble,not one of Boss's best rides,but was most unlucky finished close up 6th.

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« 2008-Dec-09, 08:40 PM Reply #1 »
i fully agree i had something on express air should have won

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« 2008-Dec-10, 07:29 AM Reply #2 »
Diplomatic Force was stiff not to win last weekend :(

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« 2008-Dec-10, 05:59 PM Reply #3 »
APACHE CAT

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« 2008-Dec-11, 04:13 PM Reply #4 »
I know it was a little while ago.. but Elizabethan was almost a certainty beaten in the Wodonga Cup, didn't think he'd keep going for 3rd.

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« 2008-Dec-14, 09:27 PM Reply #5 »
R7 at EF Bareena full of running had to put the brakes on in the last 100, only btn 2.3lts ran 7th.coming from last on the turn.  emthup

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« 2008-Dec-27, 08:38 AM Reply #6 »
Randwick Boxing day R6 3yo+ open 1000m CANNY FINCH held up in the stretch got clear late and finished full of running 4th.
This is a 5yo 15 starts for 5-2-1
Should find a suitable race soon  emthup  

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« 2008-Dec-27, 08:41 AM Reply #7 »
KEANO won its next run after listing and EXPRESS AIR racing today at Doomben R 5 up agin Youthful Jack which is odds on but you never know.

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« 2008-Dec-29, 01:07 PM Reply #8 »
 Talk about good thing beat
  Motivation Kembla r3#3 26/12

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« 2008-Dec-29, 01:57 PM Reply #9 »
Bond Street in the last at Mornington on 26/12.

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« 2009-Jan-01, 06:56 PM Reply #10 »
BAREENA raced very well today at the GC a fast finishing 4th Can be followed with confidence particularly if connections go to the mares race next rather than the MM Cup.

CANNY FINCH races Sat at Randwick in a race to suit .Top rated and opposition looks ordinary.  emthup

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« 2009-Jan-01, 07:13 PM Reply #11 »
Unfortunately the rider on BAREENA was well truly outpointed by the Sydneysider, especially entering the straight.  As a backmarker with McMahon as a regular rider I reckon there will be lots of tears but not much moola.  Guy and his connections are paying a high price for loyalty IMHO.

Personally I thought FANGLES did a good job at Randwick today - now in Sydney with Gerald Ryan, Quinnell maybe went too hard on it and it was only cut down in the shadows.  This horse always puts in and has the gate speed to take advantage of a good draw as was seen today.  He goes better held up a little and over slightly longer - say 1200m.  Not sure where he will go now though.

At first glance some fair performances from GC today including BROOKE'S COMMAND (Race 1), ARIZONA SUNSET (Race 2), JESSIE STREET (Race 4), MEET GEORGE (Race 5) (as mentioned elsewhere) and HAVAYARN (Race 6).

Finally I don't think Scriven was seen to advantage on BEST BID (Race 8).  I get the impression he is not the easiest horse to ride and he is getting quite costly but he couldn't rev up until late - perhaps it was the weight or maybe he is looking for longer.  Maybe one more chance.




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« 2009-Jan-02, 07:40 AM Reply #12 »
I thought OUR DREAMING run a good honest race, & will be getting a lil of my money at 21/1 in the Magic Mills

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« 2009-Jan-04, 01:25 PM Reply #13 »
Canny Finch didn't run up to expectations yesterday at Randwick, settled three back on the fence and couldn't get clear until the race was all over. and never looked a winning chance Looked like running into third close to home but it appeared that the jock stopped riding before the line and it was swamped by the swoppers and ran 5th.Might be worth another chance but not one to put the school money on. :shy:

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« 2009-Jan-06, 07:45 PM Reply #14 »
 Express Air racing Gold Coast Sat drawn well (5)distance suits 1400J.Holder helps  all go Sportsbet 3.20 and 1.55 not overly generous imo but does look the winner this far from race day.  emthup

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« 2009-Jan-07, 11:25 AM Reply #15 »
I backed Canny Finch in an all up place on the weekend and luckily for me another leg failed or I would be calling for blood. I cannot believe that the stewards did not call the jock in regarding riding Canny Finch out.

Metro Miss is another horse to follow in Perth. Ran a bottler in a Mares LR race before winning last week. Should be good odds if she runs in town again.


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« 2009-Jan-07, 06:23 PM Reply #16 »
Harvest Queen was stiff today at randwick as was the thing in the last.

I'll have to watch the replay but I think it was Radio Song

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« 2009-Oct-17, 11:46 AM Reply #17 »
Diplomatic Force was stiff not to win last weekend :(


He's back and flies fresh. Big price too

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« 2011-Feb-19, 09:20 PM Reply #18 »
Diplomatic Force was stiff not to win last weekend :(


2 years later I had a collect off the old bugger  :lol:

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« 2011-Feb-19, 09:32 PM Reply #19 »
  :lol:

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« 2011-Feb-19, 09:39 PM Reply #20 »
I'll tell ya a good thing beaten,
Doomben R1 no 3 Aquatorial.

Was the best horse in the race by lengths but was fortunately beaten by Easy Running which I backed.

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« 2011-Feb-19, 10:50 PM Reply #21 »

2 years later I had a collect off the old bugger  :lol:

And the second horse was a good thing beat, ya layed in all over me took me to the inside running rail :p

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« 2011-Feb-20, 12:14 AM Reply #22 »
Jeez probably wouldnt have won but at 100/1 today Absolutelyawesome should have at least run a drum.

I had something on it just knowing the ability was there - knowing that last prep could be forgiven as it was set for the Derby but no luck, still ran 3rd in a decent city race. Won 1st up on debut too, so yes 5th might as well have run last as far as Im concerned, but its satisfying for my judgement that it went ok. Not everyday I have a quid on a 100/1 pop.

Seriously though it was held up for soo long I reckon about the 220 til below the 100, I honestly reckon it could have won the race. One to follow :yes:

Wont be getting no 100's next time though  :sad:

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« 2011-Feb-20, 10:45 AM Reply #23 »
Jeez probably wouldnt have won but at 100/1 today Absolutelyawesome should have at least run a drum.

I had something on it just knowing the ability was there - knowing that last prep could be forgiven as it was set for the Derby but no luck, still ran 3rd in a decent city race. Won 1st up on debut too, so yes 5th might as well have run last as far as Im concerned, but its satisfying for my judgement that it went ok. Not everyday I have a quid on a 100/1 pop.

Seriously though it was held up for soo long I reckon about the 220 til below the 100, I honestly reckon it could have won the race. One to follow :yes:

Wont be getting no 100's next time though  :sad:

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mark put it in the video watch thread as well and tev will blackbook it for us :beer:

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« 2011-Feb-20, 11:13 AM Reply #24 »
Sleek Machine should have beaten his stable mate Mondean at the Sunny Coast on Friday night. Missen who was on Mondean wouldn't let him out and that won him the race.



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