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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2018-Apr-26, 02:12 AM Reply #125 »
The Autumn Classic won on debut at Randwick today for Chris Waller.

And what a win it was. Had them well covered. Raced in the Waller style - not on the pace and plenty in the tank at the right end of the race.

Will be set for the Group 1 JJ Atkins in Brisbane if the reports are correct.

Is by Redoute's Choice out of on Irish mare Azmiyna.

Azmiyna is a Galileo half to Azamour who won 4 top flight Group 1 races about 12/13 years ago.

Azamour (IRE) 2001   

2005   GB King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes    1
2004   IRE Irish Champion Stakes    1
2005   GB Prince of Wales's Stakes    1
2004   GB St James's Palace Stakes    1

(was owned by the Aga Khan???)

Azamour herself has produced 4 stakes winners including Aloisia (Thousand Guineas) and Double Bluff (MV Night Cup). Covert Love won the 2015 Irish Oaks and a G1 in France. Valyera won a G1 in France.

If there is ever a horse bred to win a stakes race it is The Autumn Classic.

And he is a colt!!



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« 2018-May-01, 05:44 PM Reply #126 »
Saw that Snow Fairy had a colt by Frankel recently, doesn't get much better than that.

Also watched the Tony Mcevoy Frankel x Rostova colt Farooq run well again on Saturday. He is a mountain of a horse, quite heavily linebred to Danzig.

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« 2018-May-01, 05:49 PM Reply #127 »
Interesting to see that Jameka will be going through the MM broodmare sale soon. Interesting to see how much she goes for and who they send her too. 5-10 mill?

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« 2018-May-09, 09:58 PM Reply #128 »
The Frankel colt Farooq races at Morphettville in one of the SA Derby undercards. Looks a good EW chance stepping out to 7f with an ok draw and top rider going on.

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« 2018-May-30, 10:44 AM Reply #129 »
Sir Owen debuts in Race 1 at Warwick Farm today. Is a full brother to the recent Doomben Cup winner Comin' Through and a Fastnet half to internationally rated Criterion (owned by Sir Owen Glenn).

The dam Mica's Pride has also produced two other stakes winners (Silently and Varenna Miss) and won the G3 Research Stakes herself.

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« 2018-May-30, 12:57 PM Reply #130 »
Interesting to see that Jameka will be going through the MM broodmare sale soon. Interesting to see how much she goes for and who they send her too. 5-10 mill?

Seems one of the original part owners purchased her outright listening to an interview with Bensley this morning. One final prep or straight to the barn yet to be decided.

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« 2018-May-30, 06:03 PM Reply #131 »
Love to see her back on the track. Breeding can wait

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« 2018-May-30, 06:31 PM Reply #132 »
Seems one of the original part owners purchased her outright listening to an interview with Bensley this morning. One final prep or straight to the barn yet to be decided.

$2.6 million for Jameka.

Geez it would be nice to be able to open your wallet and pull out $2.6 million to buy out your other owners.  :shy:

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« 2018-Jun-08, 01:17 PM Reply #133 »
LUKEY DEE (AUS)Bay gelding 2013 
New Approach
Chestnut 2005
Galileo
Bay 1998
Sadler's Wells
Bay 1981
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Fairy Bridge
Bay 1975
Bold Reason
Special
1968
1969
19-b
5-h
Urban Sea
Chestnut 1989
Miswaki
Chestnut 1978
Mr Prospector
Hopespringseternal
1970
1971
13-c
16-g
Allegretta
Chestnut 1978
Lombard
Anatevka
1967
1969
1-d
9-h
Park Express
Bay or brown 1983
Ahonoora
Chestnut 1975
Lorenzaccio
Chestnut 1965
Klairon
Phoenissa
1952
1951
1-w
5-h
Helen Nichols
Chestnut 1966
Martial
Quaker Girl
1957
1961
2-e
1-m
Matcher
Brown 1966
Match
Brown 1958
Tantieme
Relance
1947
1952
20-a
16-g
Lachine
Bay 1960
Grey Sovereign
Loved One
1948
1947
6-f
19-b
Wannabe Grand
Bay 1996
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Pas de Nom
Bay or brown 1968
Admiral's Voyage
Petitioner
1959
1952
4-n
7-a
Razyana
Bay 1981
His Majesty
Bay 1968
Ribot
Flower Bowl
1952
1952
4-l
4-d
Spring Adieu
Bay 1974
Buckpasser
Natalma
1963
1957
1-s
2-d
Wannabe
Bay 1990
Shirley Heights
Bay 1975
Mill Reef
Bay 1968
Never Bend
Milan Mill
1960
1962
19-b
22-d
Hardiemma
Bay 1969
Hardicanute
Grand Cross
1962
1952
3-j
1-l
Propensity
Brown 1984
Habitat
Bay 1966
Sir Gaylord
Little Hut
1959
1952
2-s
4-r
Kalamac
1976
Kalamoun
Tarmac
1970
1968
9-c
1-w
 Ancestor duplications:Northern Dancer4m x 4m Natalma5m x 5m,5f

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« 2018-Jun-08, 01:29 PM Reply #134 »
And bolts in.   emthup

Mum was a top class 2yo in the UK winning the Cheveley Park Stakes 20 years ago.


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« 2018-Jul-05, 01:12 PM Reply #135 »
A touch of irony in the previous race at Cranbourne, Terry Bailey mentioned the favourite Vienna Classic as being the best bred horse racing anywhere in Australia, She was close to being the best bred, I would say the filly who ran 3rd is the best bred horse that will run anywhere in Australia this week.

Sill Sela will be worth blackbooking, When she gets out to 2000m and beyond she could be anything.

SILL SELA (AUS)Bay filly 2014 
Fastnet Rock
Bay 2001
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Pas de Nom
Bay or brown 1968
Admiral's Voyage
Petitioner
1959
1952
4-n
7-a
Razyana
Bay 1981
His Majesty
Bay 1968
Ribot
Flower Bowl
1952
1952
4-l
4-d
Spring Adieu
Bay 1974
Buckpasser
Natalma
1963
1957
1-s
2-d
Piccadilly Circus
Bay 1995
Royal Academy
Bay 1987
Nijinsky
Bay 1967
Northern Dancer
Flaming Page
1961
1959
2-d
8-f
Crimson Saint
Chestnut 1969
Crimson Satan
Bolero Rose
1959
1958
26>
8-c
Gatana
Bay 1989
Marauding
Bay 1984
Sir Tristram
Biscalowe
1971
1979
6-e
4-i
Twigalae
Bay 1979
Twig Moss
Hondalae
1973
1968
1-k
2-f
Silent Heir
Brown 1999
Sunday Silence
Brown 1986
Halo
Bay or brown 1969
Hail to Reason
Brown 1958
Turn-To
Nothirdchance
1951
1948
1-w
4-n
Cosmah
Bay 1953
Cosmic Bomb
Almahmoud
1944
1947
14-f
2-d
Wishing Well
Bay 1975
Understanding
Chestnut 1963
Promised Land
Pretty Ways
1954
1953
14-b
1-g
Mountain Flower
Bay 1964
Montparnasse
Edelweiss
1956
1959
19>
3-e
Park Heiress
Bay 1991
Sadler's Wells
Bay 1981
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Fairy Bridge
Bay 1975
Bold Reason
Special
1968
1969
19-b
5-h
Park Express
Bay or brown 1983
Ahonoora
Chestnut 1975
Lorenzaccio
Helen Nichols
1965
1966
5-h
1-m
Matcher
Brown 1966
Match
Lachine
1958
1960
16-g
19-b
 Ancestor duplications:Northern Dancer4m,5m x 4m Natalma5m,5f x 5m

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« 2018-Jul-05, 01:15 PM Reply #136 »
VIENNA CLASSIC (AUS)Chestnut filly 2014 
Snitzel
Bay 2002
Redoute's Choice
Bay 1996
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Pas de Nom
1961
1968
2-d
7-a
Razyana
Bay 1981
His Majesty
Spring Adieu
1968
1974
4-d
2-d
Shantha's Choice
Bay 1992
Canny Lad
Brown 1987
Bletchingly
Jesmond Lass
1970
1975
7-a
14>
Dancing Show
Bay 1983
Nijinsky
Show Lady
1967
1976
8-f
8-f
Snippets' Lass
Bay 1993
Snippets
Bay 1984
Lunchtime
Chestnut 1970
Silly Season
Great Occasion
1962
1965
1-g
7-f
Easy Date
Bay 1977
Grand Chaudiere
Scampering
1968
1970
19-b
20-a
Snow Finch
Bay 1984
Storm Bird
Bay 1978
Northern Dancer
South Ocean
1961
1967
2-d
4-j
A Realgirl
Bay 1976
In Reality
Secret Verdict
1964
1966
21-a
2-c
True Blonde
Bay 1995
Naturalism
Bay 1988
Palace Music
Chestnut 1981
The Minstrel
Chestnut 1974
Northern Dancer
Fleur
1961
1964
2-d
8-f
Come My Prince
Grey 1972
Prince John
Come Hither Look
1953
1962
14-f
13-b
Zephyr Souba
Bay 1979
Zephyr Bay
Brown 1970
Biscay
Heavenly Wind
1965
1958
2-o
22-b
Souba
Bay 1970
Taine
Serge de Nimes
1957
1960
1-m
16-c
Easy Date
Bay 1977
Grand Chaudiere
Bay 1968
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Lachine
Bay 1960
Grey Sovereign
Loved One
1948
1947
6-f
19-b
Scampering
Bay 1970
Misty Day
Grey 1958
Nasrullah
Grey Flight
1940
1945
9-c
5-f
Scamper Away
Chestnut 1966
Hitting Away
Omelet Souffle
1958
1953
1-s
20-a
 Ancestor duplications:Northern Dancer5m,5m x 5m,4m Easy Date4m x 2f

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« 2018-Jul-05, 02:46 PM Reply #137 »
4x2 Easy Date

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« 2018-Jul-18, 12:51 AM Reply #138 »
Warwick Farm R5 #10 Kentucky Diva is by Fastnet Rock out of Valkyrie Diva, who is a Jade Robbery half to the best staying mare in Australia's long racing history.

Debuted with a 2nd placing over 1400m at Kembla then up to 1600m and finished off better than anything else to win at Hawkesbury last start looking a touch like her famous cousin.

2200m tomorrow appears ideal for the Team Hawkes 4YO mare.

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« 2018-Jul-18, 11:46 AM Reply #139 »
Warwick Farm R5 #10 Kentucky Diva is by Fastnet Rock out of Valkyrie Diva, who is a Jade Robbery half to the best staying mare in Australia's long racing history.

Debuted with a 2nd placing over 1400m at Kembla then up to 1600m and finished off better than anything else to win at Hawkesbury last start looking a touch like her famous cousin.

2200m tomorrow appears ideal for the Team Hawkes 4YO mare.

Not often you see Hawkes or any "highgrade" Aussie trainer campaign a horse in such a manner.


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« 2018-Aug-05, 03:06 PM Reply #140 »
Warwick Farm R5 #10 Kentucky Diva is by Fastnet Rock out of Valkyrie Diva, who is a Jade Robbery half to the best staying mare in Australia's long racing history.

Debuted with a 2nd placing over 1400m at Kembla then up to 1600m and finished off better than anything else to win at Hawkesbury last start looking a touch like her famous cousin.

2200m tomorrow appears ideal for the Team Hawkes 4YO mare.


She appreciated the massive ramp in class today.

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« 2018-Aug-05, 03:27 PM Reply #141 »

She appreciated the massive ramp in class today.

I think you missed the word "down" there. BM64 today. BM75 last start

Ever since I have started bagging Sydney trainers and their inability to train a stayer since the days of Denham and Smith (a thought you started Auth) they have produced Avilius yesterday and now Kentucky Diva goes down and wins a staying race in Melbourne off a Canterbury failure.

I notice Hartnell in the markets for the Cups. When he is likely to make his comeback?

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« 2018-Aug-05, 04:00 PM Reply #142 »
According to Godolphin Hartnel isl likely to return in the P B Lawrence at Caulfield 19th August

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« 2018-Aug-05, 05:19 PM Reply #143 »
According to Godolphin Hartnel isl likely to return in the P B Lawrence at Caulfield 19th August

Thanks mate.

He is down to trial on Tuesday at Rosehill in what is a sensational set of trials:

Heat 1 1000m 0815 hrs

Ace High
Alizee
D'Argento
Hartnell
Single Gaze (moved from Nick Olive to Chris Waller)
Unforgotten
Who Shot Thebarman (just turned 10!)
Winx

Heat 2

Encryption (put that one in there for Shogun Lodge  :) )

Heat 6 900m 0900 hrs

Chautauqua (last chance you would think)
Trapeze Artist

Heat 8 900m 3YO 0918 hrs

Estijaab




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« 2018-Aug-05, 06:42 PM Reply #144 »
What is this obsession with barrier trials ? Do people get excited about sparring for a boxing bout ? Do they flip out over tennis players having a warm up hit  or cricketers having a net ? Of course not it is called practising , and that is all it is. Getting into a fever of excitement about horses whose ability is well disclosed is total nonsense.

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« 2018-Aug-05, 07:55 PM Reply #145 »
What is this obsession with barrier trials ? Do people get excited about sparring for a boxing bout ? Do they flip out over tennis players having a warm up hit  or cricketers having a net ? Of course not it is called practising , and that is all it is. Getting into a fever of excitement about horses whose ability is well disclosed is total nonsense.

Why is a post like mine categorized as "this obsession with barrier trials"  :what:

You are overstating it.

It was pointed out that Hartnell (discussed earlier) is having a barrier trial and the presence of Winx and Chautauqua is worthy of comment.

What is this obsession people have with trivial negativity and social media  :what:

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« 2018-Aug-05, 08:23 PM Reply #146 »
Don't be so precious PP. Hartnell is having a barrier trial . Who cares ? Did he eat his dinner Tonight  ? No one cares . When he turns up at the races  lets just assume he is physically capable of competing at his well documented level. Will your average practice run , eg barrier trial tell anyone anything different. Of course not. Watching performed horses go around in barrier trials must be the greatest cure for insomnia ever invented.

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« 2018-Aug-06, 12:45 PM Reply #147 »
What is this obsession with barrier trials ? Do people get excited about sparring for a boxing bout ? Do they flip out over tennis players having a warm up hit  or cricketers having a net ? Of course not it is called practising , and that is all it is. Getting into a fever of excitement about horses whose ability is well disclosed is total nonsense.

If Smokin Joe and Ali were sparring I would
  :lol:

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« 2018-Aug-06, 09:26 PM Reply #148 »
Yes I  might too Wily bearing in mind their current addresses. Would be the two biggest comebacks since JC tried to sneak under the salary cap and play five eight for the Jerusalem Rabbitohs.


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