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« 2015-Jul-17, 04:30 PM Reply #275 »
A Toowoomba Redoutes who hasn't showed anything in several starts but put his mind into winning a recent trial is nominated at the Goldie tomorrow Mushroom Treatment will watch with interest to see if he has turned it around.

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« 2015-Jul-18, 06:55 PM Reply #276 »
Mushroom Treatment led his race but folded to run 7th.

My delight and great win was from a horse I'm loving more and more Soviet Courage he just won't lie down and fights like crazy.

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« 2015-Sep-25, 07:29 PM Reply #277 »
Big thrill yesterday and today with two winners I've felt close to for several years,a friend bred a mare named Bowen Street who was bought by my Vet I used when I lived in Goondiwindi so I've backed her progeny Outback Lightning four times for three wins and a second every time at a great price inc today $30,and yesterday a horse that I liked the dam Diamonesque a brand of simulated diamond jewelery I own over 200 pieces of won at Dalby the only time I've backed him but he was fave Leprechaun Lad,one of his owners who is a friend has never gone to watch him race so I hope he enjoyed todays win as he was overdue for another win.   

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« 2015-Sep-26, 11:34 AM Reply #278 »
Gosh it was a long wait from 5.25pm till 10pm for my only bet last night to race after Outback Lightning's race to SC 7x2 Balaklava my first time bet on it as I liked his mum Sequential so as I was into dams yesterday it was a must to back and was a nice $10 winner just wish I had more than 2x3 on it.

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« 2015-Oct-14, 08:41 AM Reply #279 »
A person who although never meeting the great Makybe Diva has been reporting on Facebook anything news on the mare and her wonderful effort has been rewarded by the owners inviting the person to come and meet the mare and her latest foal...there sure is quality people in racing and breeding.  emthup

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« 2015-Oct-16, 10:51 AM Reply #280 »
Breednet have reported that 6yo imported mare Orion Love by Zaminda (USA)x Okocha(GER)is racing tomorrow in foal to Snitzel at Randwick..some mares have run very well in foal so I hope here is another who does.

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« 2015-Oct-16, 10:59 AM Reply #281 »
I've let it be known of my fondness of Sequential and follow her progeny a 3yo geld who is trained by my fave Toowoomba trainer Kevin Kemp is finally having a start tomorrow Ima Showman by Show A Heart so a Q'lander through and through I hope runs well.

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« 2015-Oct-18, 11:02 AM Reply #282 »
Very easy win to Ima Showman last night and very nice price I'm glad I took fixed...congrats to all connected and Kempy.  emthup  

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« 2015-Oct-19, 05:07 PM Reply #283 »
I was talked into backing a horse last month which I did when I saw she was out of the 2002 Qld Oaks winner and 2003 Qld Winter Stakes winner and was happy with $5 price for the maiden then she came out again today in a class1 and did it again even though she kept putting her head to the side I didn't expect the close photo to go her way so Inka Dinka Doo looks like she could win more when she learns what the game is really about. :clap2:

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« 2015-Oct-27, 10:02 AM Reply #284 »
Does anyone remember handy horse Cluster?a story from Kristen Manning about how fertile Cluster is as he has quite a few mares carrying twins but the hero is a mare named Kissed Again who is carrying quads...surely they are going to have to abort some for the mares and foals safety but if the vets say it's ok it will be wonderful if she can carry them full term and they arrive safely. :x:

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« 2015-Oct-29, 12:36 PM Reply #285 »
When I blackbooked Sequential so I'd know when her progeny raced I didn't realise there was a Sequential in NZ born the same year until I received an email saying a horse out of Sequential was running in NZ named Don't Think Twice so I didn't bother backing it....this week I decided to back another horse I love The Offer so as I had received another email re Let Them Talk out of NZ's Sequential I decided to have $5 on it when I backed The Offer and nice surprise they both won with the NZ horse paying $4.90 in Qld so Sequential's progeny has been kind to me in Aus and NZ.

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« 2015-Nov-03, 11:15 AM Reply #286 »
I decided yesterday to change my mind and duck to the tab to have another bet on Inka Dinka Doo and it won again so perhaps it is as good a handy horse as I thought and $4.30 for 3rd win in a row was better than I expected.

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« 2015-Nov-16, 06:32 PM Reply #287 »
I didn't get a notice from blackbook telling me Inka Dinka Doo was running in Brissy so I didn't follow up on her....just as well as the winning run came to an end she ran 4th I didn't see the race either.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:01 AM Reply #288 »
From Bloodhorse



Unusual White-Headed Foal Arrives in Kentucky

A striking white-headed Thoroughbred foal was born June 5 at Mike Moreno’s Southern Equine Farm near Midway, Ky.

The colt is by Bodemeister   =out of Out for Revenge, a daughter of Bernardini  . He is from the family of grade II winner and stallion Tale of the Cat   and European champion Minardi.

“In 35 years in the industry I’ve never seen a Thoroughbred like this,” said Eric Guillot, who trains for Southern Equine. “The mare hasn’t thrown anything unusual before, but Bodemeister throws a lot of white. I’ve got a few by him with stockings and other markings, but this one’s unique.

“It looks like he dunked his head into a five-gallon bucket of white paint. There are no jagged edges to the color; it came out straight. And he has got a white tail and a white streak on his belly like a Paint horse.

“I might send him to (Bob) Baffert and call him 'White Head' in his honor.”

Southern Equine paid $325,000 for Out for Revenge at the 2010 Keeneland September yearling sale. It sold her first foal, a Quality Road   filly now named Silencer, for $300,000 at last summer’s Fasig-Tipton July yearling sale. Guillot said there is a full yearling brother to the white-headed-foal on the farm.


http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/212228/unusual-white-headed-foal-arrives-in-kentucky

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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:14 AM Reply #289 »
He will be a cult figure whenst he its the racetrack.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:19 AM Reply #290 »
He will be a cult figure whenst he its the racetrack.

Who is the horse we have recently been discussing racing in Australia with the white head - have had a mental blank  :what:

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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:24 AM Reply #291 »
Not Apache Cat you are probably thinking of a recent fiilly


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« 2016-Jun-10, 05:56 AM Reply #292 »
Miss Vista.

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« 2016-Jun-10, 07:37 AM Reply #293 »
Miss Vista.

That's the one! Cheers.

Won down the straight on Anzac Day - looks like she might be out for a spell.




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« 2016-Jul-31, 07:39 PM Reply #294 »
Happy 2nd Birthday to All Too Hard's first foal born today 2014 out of Dam Running Royalty as yet the Colt is un-named.

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« 2016-Aug-06, 11:32 AM Reply #295 »
QLD and Aust Breeding/Racing industry has lost it's true gentleman of the codes with Col McAlpine losing his battle with ill health,condolences to all racing and Col's loved ones whose life Col had touched throughout the years I for one thought the world of the man who always greeted me with a smile,Hug and Kiss on the cheek if we ran into each other no matter if at shops,Races or Horse Sales or Eureka Stud Parade days that I would never miss years ago..RIP.

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« 2016-Aug-06, 12:28 PM Reply #296 »
I'm guessing Coolmore Stud must be in panic mode with the Fertility down turn to it's star sire Pierro from 2014 matings of 220 coverings producing 82.2% fertility to 2015 drop to 140 covering for 27.8% for only 18 returns with 15 missed 3 slipped not looking good makes you wonder what these horses have pumped into them when racing? Tommy Smith's horses weren't ever much at Stud so I was hoping Gai may have a better result, I think the best were Colin Hayes and the Hawkes team when their horses retired and produced well.

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« 2016-Aug-06, 08:09 PM Reply #297 »
I'm guessing Coolmore Stud must be in panic mode with the Fertility down turn to it's star sire Pierro from 2014 matings of 220 coverings producing 82.2% fertility to 2015 drop to 140 covering for 27.8% for only 18 returns with 15 missed 3 slipped not looking good makes you wonder what these horses have pumped into them when racing? Tommy Smith's horses weren't ever much at Stud so I was hoping Gai may have a better result, I think the best were Colin Hayes and the Hawkes team when their horses retired and produced well.

maybe the mares weren't  pretty ?



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