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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2016-Jul-09, 12:01 AM »
A filly by Exceed and Excel, has been named Oscietra.

OSCIETRA (AUS)Bay filly 2014 
Exceed and Excel
Bay 2000
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
Patrona
Chestnut 1994
Lomond
Bay 1980
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
My Charmer
Bay 1969
Poker
Fair Charmer
1963
1959
1-s
13-c
Gladiolus
Chestnut 1974
Watch Your Step
Chestnut 1956
Citation
Stepwisely
1945
1941
3-l
6-a
Back Britches
Chestnut 1964
Carry Back
Foxbritches
1958
1958
24>
23-b
Black Caviar
Brown 2006
Bel Esprit
Bay 1999
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
Bespoken
Brown 1990
Vain
Chestnut 1966
Wilkes
Elated
1952
1957
13-c
A10
Vin d'Amour
Bay 1981
Adios
Gliteren
1970
1969
6-f
34>
Helsinge
Bay 2001
Desert Sun
Bay 1988
Green Desert
Bay 1983
Danzig
Foreign Courier
1977
1979
7-a
A4
Solar
Chestnut 1973
Hotfoot
L'Anguissola
1966
1967
1-w
10-b
Scandinavia
Chestnut 1994
Snippets
Bay 1984
Lunchtime
Easy Date
1970
1977
7-f
20-a
Song of Norway
Grey 1982
Vain
Love Song
1966
1976
A10
1-p
 Ancestor duplications:Northern Dancer4m,4m x 5m Natalma5m,5f,5m x Danzig3m x 5m 
  Vainx 4f,5f
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« 2016-Jul-09, 06:06 PM Reply #1 »
Ossetra (also Oscietra, Osetra, or Asetra) caviar is one of the most prized and expensive types of caviar (eclipsed in price only by Beluga caviar). It is obtained from Ossetra sturgeon which weighs 50-400 pounds and can live up to 50 years.
 
Ossetra caviar varies in color, from deep brown to gold. Lighter varieties are more sought after, as they have the richest flavor and come from the oldest of sturgeon.


Thank you Wiki . . .

Either they are saving 'Beluga' for the first boy . . or it was taken

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« 2016-Jul-09, 06:09 PM Reply #2 »

BELUGA   (AUS) [2000] 15yo b m 01/08/2000








Danehill (USA) - Astute Angel (AUS) (Godswalk (USA))



Trainer

Tony Noonan (Mornington)



Owners

J B Munz & Ms M L Batten.















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 Prize$

 AUS

$16,550

 API

  1.5



 

 AUS

$16,550



 Wins

1900m



 Career

1w (9%) - 3p (27%) - 11 starts $16,550

Not hard to get off topic . . . but that is your trivia lesson for today :bleh:

And time alone will tell if Oscietra and Beluga should be mentioned in the same sentence, outside of a gourmet's dictionary
 
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Offline koolcat

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« 2016-Aug-06, 07:04 PM Reply #3 »
No trainer named yet going on Risa.

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« 2017-Jan-01, 09:44 AM Reply #4 »
Blown from $1.55 out to $2.15.

Blows do not come much bigger than that do they ?


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« 2017-Jan-01, 11:33 AM Reply #5 »
Blown from $1.55 out to $2.15.

Blows do not come much bigger than that do they ?

Now $2.40 freely available.

The blow's more to do with the gross unders at which she opened than anything else I'd imagine.

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2017-Jan-01, 11:38 AM Reply #6 »
Bradman's son changed his surname.

Reckon this filly would too if she had a chance.

 

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« 2017-Jan-01, 02:30 PM Reply #7 »
Bradman's son changed his surname.

Reckon this filly would too if she had a chance.

Later changed it back, Jeff.

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« 2017-Jan-01, 04:35 PM Reply #8 »
Peoples thoughts on her run ?
Did he go to hard on her ?

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« 2017-Jan-01, 04:44 PM Reply #9 »
Later changed it back, Jeff.

I know but to change it in the first place showed the pressure that some offspring of famous people feel due to their breeding.

Thankfully mine have seemed to cope with it.

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« 2017-Jan-01, 05:14 PM Reply #10 »
Peoples thoughts on her run ?
Did he go to hard on her ?

Yep. I thought he went too hard

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« 2017-Jan-01, 10:20 PM Reply #11 »
Peoples thoughts on her run ?
Did he go to hard on her ?

Watching the racing network and the sectionals flash up, pretty sure 800 to 600 was 11 something and 600 to 400 was a 10.8   :/ so he certainly left nothing in the tank.

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« 2017-Jan-01, 10:40 PM Reply #12 »
Maybe she'll improve is a very quick beginner but didn't show much fight  still sectionals were good.

https://www.racing.com/form/2017-01-01/flemington/race/1/results


Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2017-Jan-02, 09:00 AM Reply #13 »
The question I asked after the race was "How good is this Queensland filly Houtzen ? " The winner of yesterday's race at Flemington yesterday, given that she was quite impressive , finished alongside a filly called " Garrard " at its previous start. That filly Garrard was toweled up by Houtzen on Christmas Eve in Brisbane. Quite happy to think Houtzen is right in the Magic Millions if she secures a start.

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« 2017-Jan-07, 08:35 PM Reply #14 »
You might be a fair judge Gunbower. It walked in again Today.  It might do the same next week.

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« 2017-Aug-11, 11:17 PM Reply #15 »

Relief for Hayes after Black Caviar daughter Oscietra obliges on second start

Oscietra: as a foal with her dam and wondermare Black Caviar

By Peter Scargill

Relief and excitement were the mixture of feelings for trainer David Hayes and co-owner Neil Werrett after Oscietra, the first foal of the mighty Black Caviar, won on her second start on Friday.

Black Caviar became a worldwide star during her unbeaten 25-race career, which included multiple Group 1 wins, and connections were clearly feeling the pressure at Geelong on Friday after Oscietra was defeated on her debut on January 1.

Given time off to develop, Oscietra was fast from the stalls in the 5f maiden and made all the running to score by just under two lengths in the hands of jockey Regan Bayliss.

Neil Werrett, co-owner of Black Caviar and co-owner/breeder of Oscietra, told racing.com: “It's very special and a great relief for her to win today. It's been a while since she last raced and David has got her really well and ready. I expect over the spring she'll develop.”

Hayes believes there is plenty more to come from Oscietra and that her popularity could soar should she manage to climb through the grades.

“She had to do all the work into the wind and she might have won a bit easier if it wasn’t so windy,” Hayes told racing.com. “It's incredible how much speed she has as the plan had been to sit third or fourth. She's a black type filly in waiting.”

He added: “It's really exciting. I've been lucky enough to saddle three Australian horse of the years, and at no point did I have more people come to see me than I did for her first run. If she starts winning a few in a row she’ll become a popular horse.”

Following Oscietra, Black Caviar had a colt by Sebring, who is set to go into training with Team Hawkes, and a filly by Snitzel. She is in foal to More Than Ready.



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