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Offline thmbatman

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-04, 03:50 PM »
Hi, first time post so not sure I'm posting in the correct area...

Late last year i purchase a 10% share of a colt by Lucky Owners... This is my first purchase & would like some advise... I've been told by the trainer that it's better to race him as a 3 years old & not rush him, also to geld him... i know i should take the trainers advise but would like to know if this is normal... as i've seen plenty of 2 years old race...

Offline MagiC~*

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« 2009-Feb-04, 03:52 PM Reply #1 »
Yes, is good advice and take your trainers word ..... looks like he is trying to do the right thing by your horse  :thumbsup:

Also welcome to our little Community   :biggrin:

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« 2009-Feb-04, 04:04 PM Reply #2 »
I have no problem with giving young horses time to mature and grow ...... most times it does them the world of good. As far as gelding him, I would take the trainers advice there too ....

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« 2009-Feb-04, 04:06 PM Reply #3 »
A few years ago i was in a synd' of a horse called Lucky Swing from some people on the north coast.
I wonder if they are related?
I hope for your sake they aren't as Lucky Swing was lucky to beat the ambulance home on more occasions than not.
Good luck with it anyway.

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« 2009-Feb-04, 04:31 PM Reply #4 »
 who is the trainer.......? :).................most relevant

Offline Thenamy1

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« 2009-Feb-04, 09:11 PM Reply #5 »
The Heckler that won the Karaka Millions is a Lucky Owners gelding.

Otherwise, he does not seem to have a had a lot of 2yo runners. With his 2nd crop now 2yo, he has 6 winners from 44 starts by 5 individual winners of 19 individual starters.

Batman, I would take the advice of the trainer. That is what you pay him for.

Also, you need to consider the breeding of the mare.

Offline Hamish Crayfish

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« 2009-Feb-04, 09:56 PM Reply #6 »
It is excellent advice except if the trainer keeps him in his stable for a year and charges accordingly. If that happens, the horse is a cat and he wants to keep his income flow steady until raceday when you finally find out he ain't worth feeding !

Offline thmbatman

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« 2009-Feb-05, 02:00 PM Reply #7 »
Trainer is Pat Carey...

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« 2009-Feb-05, 02:03 PM Reply #8 »
6 winners from 44 starts by 5 individual winners of 19 individual starters, would you consider that a good record??? where or which website did you get the information???

The mare is newgirlintown... http://www.clanbrooke.com/sales/ads/luckyownersnewgirlintownad.htm

« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-05, 02:06 PM by thmbatman »

Offline Thenamy1

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« 2009-Feb-05, 02:16 PM Reply #9 »
www.racingandsports.com.au

Use the Records Search option and change the 2nd tab to "stallions search"

Racenet / Breednet has some good stats as well.


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« 2009-Feb-05, 02:36 PM Reply #10 »
www.racingandsports.com.au

Use the Records Search option and change the 2nd tab to "stallions search"

Racenet / Breednet has some good stats as well.



Thank you... excellent site...

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« 2009-Feb-05, 03:07 PM Reply #11 »
 pat carey is a straight shooter.


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