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O.P. « 2008-Feb-19, 04:36 PM »
Tomorrow 20th there is three horses racing out of mares our syndicate raced,Sky Mountain,Meld and Sanjuan I hope they all run well,Sanjuan put in a great trial last week but strangely has a change of trainer.

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« 2008-Feb-21, 04:56 PM Reply #1 »

Meld ran 2nd,Sanjuan 4th and Sky Mountains meeting was cancelled.

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« 2008-Feb-21, 06:41 PM Reply #2 »

Another progeny of a mare we raced African Gold is running at Seymour 25/2.

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« 2008-Feb-29, 12:29 PM Reply #3 »

A busy next couple of days for me watching races.
  At last GRANDE JARDIN the 1.5 million colt out of the mare we raced Liberty Rose runs 1/3.
            Sanjuan Caulfield 1/3.
            Morcombe Gundagai 2/3.
            Zorro's Shield Packenham 2/3.
                 Meld MV 29/2.

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« 2008-Mar-01, 10:31 AM Reply #4 »
A great run last night by Meld after setting a sizzling pace held on well to be beaten by boom horse Target and TVN said both will go on with it.

Good talk around about Grande Jardin's chances today. :love:
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« 2008-Mar-01, 12:28 PM Reply #5 »

A very nice run by Grande Jardin he held on well to get 2nd after a not well judged race by Oliver (normal)he will shine when he gets further than 1000m and is in the slipper which could suit.

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« 2008-Mar-02, 05:21 PM Reply #6 »

I'm so proud of the progeny this weekend,Meld and Grande Jardin ran great 2nd's,Zorro's Shield ran 3rd at good price and Morcombe bolted it by 4L at a good price,Sanjuan led but field was too strong for him but he finished in a bunch out of the placings yesterday.

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« 2008-Mar-04, 11:12 AM Reply #7 »

One of the fave mares we raced had her boy Morcombe win easy last Sunday and today her other two boys born befor she died race today Red Buttons her last born in Sydney and Sky Mountain her first born races in Townsville.
Funster only had 4 foal then passed away 3 colts and one filly who was sent to stud and her first foal died she was then covered last Dec by either Benicio or Untouchable!!!how can a stud not know who covered her??.

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« 2008-Mar-19, 08:14 AM Reply #8 »

Another two progeny race tomorrow at MV,Meld was to be sold last week at the LW sale I can't find out if sold or not >:(
 Heyington Honey ran 2nd at only start last month.

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« 2008-Mar-19, 06:55 PM Reply #9 »
A busy few days keeping up with mares progeny.
            Grande Jardin Sydney 22/3.The 1.5 mill boy.
               Flying Mossman Geelong 24/3
                 Sanjuan Caulfield 24/3.

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« 2008-Mar-19, 07:43 PM Reply #10 »
koolcat.. Meld was passed in at $120,000 with a reserve of $150,000.  The results of the sale are on the Inglis website (www.inglis.com.au) just got to Sales and then results.

I believe Meld is racing at Moonee Valley tomorrow Night, Race 7 Number 3 with Nicholas hall aboard

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« 2008-Mar-20, 04:12 PM Reply #11 »
Gee BB your blood is worth bottling,many thanks for that,Meld and Heyington Honey both scratched today.

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« 2008-Mar-20, 05:20 PM Reply #12 »
That's ok koolcat.. I'm always interested to see what the Lloyd Williams' horses go for.. the mares you raced must have been pretty handy..

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« 2008-Mar-20, 05:49 PM Reply #13 »
Thanks BB,they were mostly handy but very well bred and I have never met anyone like Colin Hayes at picking a likely winner,gee I missed him when he passed away we weren't as lucky after he went,I hope Grande Jardin goes well tomorrow as I loved his mum and I would love the owners to get a good return on their 1.5 mil outlay. 8-)

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« 2008-Mar-20, 06:31 PM Reply #14 »
Well.. if he's well bred.. with some track performance, he'll always have a great time as a stallion. Do you still have race horses?

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« 2008-Mar-21, 08:17 AM Reply #15 »
BB...I wish,today I'm just a struggling single pensioner trying to keep my head above water,I love the racing industry esp the people sooo much that I now enjoy watching the progeny race and I have close friends who race horses so I enjoy watching their horses also,last thursday I went to Ippy races the first since EI and in one race 3 close friends had a horse in the same race they finished 1st and 2nd and nowhere I was sitting with my best friend who is a stunning beautiful lady and found it hard to hold back from cheering the others as hers was the one that ran nowhere and my grandaughter straps and looks after the one that ran 2nd so it was very mixed feelings.
Last night I couldn't sleep so at around 1.30am I switched to TVN in time to watch replay of Ballarat trials and got a huge surprise in the first trial won by Lady of Dormello trained by Tom Daberning she won being held tight all the way and wow they put up the breeding and she is out of our mare Tycoon Milly making her a 1/2 to Sanjuan racing Monday at Caulfield, I keep a close watch on the studbook for progeny to be named and this one's name slipped through since I last looked so I now have another one to watch out for,she is by General Nediym so should fly when let go and looks much like Mum a lovely strong girl.
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« 2008-Mar-21, 08:54 AM Reply #16 »
BB...IMO Grande Jardin is beautifully bred by Redoute's out of a strong Royal Academy mare who has a colt by Encosta and the last two years has gone back to Redoute's and has a filly by him,I expect the 1.5 mil made that mating a must.I'm a huge fan of colonial bred stallions so if this guy can gallop he should be a must to send a mare to when he retires.

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« 2008-Mar-21, 10:03 AM Reply #17 »
Whew some more running this weekend,Sanjuan is also nominated for Mornington Sunday as well as Caulfield Monday,Red Buttons running Scone 23/3,Best Buys Albany 23/3,Flying Mossman nominated for Stawell 23/3 as well as Geelong 24/3.Three Amigos at WA.

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« 2008-Mar-24, 10:14 AM Reply #18 »
Sanjuan and Flying Mossman both scratched yesterday,maybe today.

Grande Jardin found the field too hot in Kindergarten Stakes Sat but wasn't disgraced.

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« 2008-Mar-25, 08:40 AM Reply #19 »
Flying Mossman scratched again and Sanjuan ran a good 4th.
Best Buys did nothing,Three Amigos ran a good 2nd.

Red Buttons runs today.
African Gold 1/2 to Sanjuan runs tomorrow at Chelt.
Meld to run at Sandown tomorrow.
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« 2008-Mar-26, 04:07 PM Reply #20 »
 Red Buttons ran a great 2nd coming from a mile back to get 2nd,looks a lot like his sire.

Meld and African Gold both scratched today.
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« 2008-Mar-26, 07:21 PM Reply #21 »
It is always a thrill. I'd agree with the colonial bred stallions.. though we may be in for a very closely related horse population with all the sons and daughters of Danehill floating around.

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« 2008-Mar-27, 05:36 PM Reply #22 »

BB...I agree far too many Danehills at stud because of cost and the same may happen to Redoute's as he floods the market.

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« 2008-Mar-27, 05:51 PM Reply #23 »

Spend a Dime out of Snippets mare Smidgin ran 3rd today.

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« 2008-Mar-27, 06:49 PM Reply #24 »
Definitely agree.. good move for Arrowfield bringing Hussonet and Darley bringing Elusive Quality in..


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