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« 2022-May-01, 03:38 PM Reply #875 »
Pioneer Park R9. #5 Lord Bouzeron

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« 2022-May-01, 03:50 PM Reply #876 »
If Bairnsdale Lakes Entrance Cup qualifies....

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« 2022-May-02, 03:57 AM Reply #877 »
Nice picking by Gintara and wily since the least update and a good get for Gin on the Alice Cup

Date Race Tipper Selection Profit/Loss Unlucky?
07/04/22 Narrogin Cup Gintara #1 Roman Flirt -$10.00
07/04/22 Narrogin Cup fours #5 Beaucount -$10.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup Brian Mc #2 Ita -$10.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup wily ole dog #8 Shameonus $45.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup westie #4 Hemmerle -$10.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup Gintara #7 Picaro -$10.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup JwesleyHarding #7 Picaro -$10.00
08/04/22 Orange Cup fours #13 Careering Away -$10.00
10/04/22 Terang Cup Brian Mc #8 Angel Rock $27.00
10/04/22 Terang Cup wily ole dog #12 Brigadier -$10.00
10/04/22 Terang Cup fours #3 Glass Warrior -$10.00
10/04/22 Terang Cup Gintara #8 Angel Rock $27.00
10/04/22 Geraldton Cup Brian Mc #1 Off Wego -$10.00
10/04/22 Geraldton Cup Gintara #1 Off Wego -$10.00
17/04/22 Albany Cup wily ole dog #12 Overthought -$10.00
17/04/22 Albany Cup JwesleyHarding #2 Big Bada Boom -$10.00
21/04/22 Mingenew Cup Gintara #1 Our Idyll $29.00
21/04/22 Mingenew Cup Brian Mc #3 Honorific -$10.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup wily ole dog #1 Bandersnatch $55.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup Brian Mc #7 Kinloch -$10.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup JwesleyHarding #7 Kinloch -$10.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup westie #7 Kinloch -$10.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup PoisonPen7 #8 Regal Stage -$10.00
22/04/22 Tamworth Cup fours #2 Soldier Of Love -$10.00
01/05/22 Alice Springs Cup Gintara #8 Count Of Essex $110.00
01/05/22 Alice Springs Cup fours #10 Lotion -$10.00
01/05/22 Alice Springs Cup wily ole dog #1 I am the Fox -$10.00
01/05/22 Alice Springs Cup westie #5 Lord Bouzeron -$10.00
01/05/22 Lakes Entrance Cup fours #14 Calypso Rich -$10.00

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« 2022-May-02, 04:01 AM Reply #878 »
Gintara takes over the lead

Tipper Profit (Loss) Tips
Gintara $176.50 25
PoisonPen7 $85.00 14
wily ole dog $13.00 21
Jeunes -$4.00 3
ratsack -$30.00 3
JwesleyHarding -$43.00 15
fours -$70.00 7
Brian Mc -$107.00 17
westie -$124.50 14

Don't forget that if you think your horse is unlucky then tell me and I'll review the replay and refund you $5 if it was   :biggrin:

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« 2022-May-02, 04:34 AM Reply #879 »
Coming up this week a couple of the biggest country cups on the national racing calendar:

Monday Somerton Cup @ Gunnedah
Thursday Warrnambool Cup
Friday Wagga Wagga Cup

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« 2022-May-02, 09:06 AM Reply #880 »


Don't forget that if you think your horse is unlucky then tell me and I'll review the replay and refund you $5 if it was   :biggrin:

I've got a list as long as your arm for April - none in the Country Cups though  :shy:

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« 2022-May-02, 09:13 AM Reply #881 »
I draw the line at BM58s  :shy:

Somerton is a village between Tamworth and Gunnedah on the Oxley Highway in northern New South Wales Australia. In the 2016 census, there were 277 people in Somerton.[5] Somerton Village adjoins the plentiful Peel River.

The area surrounding Somerton is an agricultural region specialising in broad-acre cropping and large scale grazing. Lucerne is grown along the fertile Peel River flats.

Services available in Somerton include a primary school, roadhouse, hotel and memorial hall. Somerton is located close to a number of key employment hubs in the New England region, including the regional cities of Tamworth and Gunnedah.


Whilst it is a speck on the map between Tamworth & Gunndeah, most would remember the Hotel painted in colours to resemble a holstein cow.




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« 2022-May-02, 10:41 AM Reply #882 »
Gunnedah
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« 2022-May-02, 04:06 PM Reply #883 »
Somerton Cup 15 Ben Shoof

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« 2022-May-06, 08:03 AM Reply #884 »
Wagga Wagga #8 Five Kingdom

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« 2022-May-06, 10:48 AM Reply #885 »
Sorry - missed Warrnambool yesterday  :shy:

Wagga Wagga today

Wagga Wagga (/ˌwɒɡə ˈwɒɡə/;[4] informally called Wagga) is a major regional city in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. Straddling the Murrumbidgee River, with an urban population of more than 56,000 as of June 2018, Wagga Wagga is the state's largest inland city,[5] and is an important agricultural, military, and transport hub of Australia. The ninth largest inland city in Australia,[6] Wagga Wagga is located midway between the two largest cities in Australia—Sydney and Melbourne—and is the major regional centre for the Riverina and South West Slopes regions.

The central business district is focused around the commercial and recreational grid bounded by Best and Tarcutta Streets and the Murrumbidgee River and the Sturt Highway. The main shopping street of Wagga is Baylis Street which becomes Fitzmaurice Street at the northern end. The city is accessible from Sydney via the Sturt and Hume Highways, Adelaide via the Sturt Highway and Albury and Melbourne via the Olympic Highway and Hume Highway. The city is in an alluvial valley and much of the city has a problem with urban salinity.

The original inhabitants of the Wagga Wagga region were the Wiradjuri people. In 1829, Charles Sturt became the first European explorer to visit the future site of the city. Squatters arrived soon after. The town, positioned on the site of a ford across the Murrumbidgee,[7] was surveyed and gazetted as a village in 1849 and the town grew quickly after. In 1870, the town was gazetted as a municipality.

During the negotiations leading to the federation of the Australian colonies, Wagga Wagga was a contender for the site of the capital for the new nation.[8] During World War I the town was the starting point for the Kangaroo recruitment march. The Great Depression and the resulting hardship saw Wagga Wagga become the centre of a secession movement for the Riverina region. Wagga Wagga became a garrison town during World War II with the establishment of a military base at Kapooka and Royal Australian Air Force bases at Forest Hill and Uranquinty. After the war, Wagga Wagga was proclaimed as a city in 1946 and new suburbs were developed to the south of the city. In 1982 the city was amalgamated with the neighbouring Kyeamba and Mitchell Shires to form the City of Wagga Wagga local government area.

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« 2022-May-07, 06:10 AM Reply #886 »

Wagga Wagga (/ˌwɒɡə ˈwɒɡə/;[4] informally called Wagga) is a major regional city in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. Straddling the Murrumbidgee River, with an urban population of more than 56,000 as of June 2018, Wagga Wagga is the state's largest inland city,[5] and is an important agricultural, military, and transport hub of Australia. The ninth largest inland city in Australia,[6]  [/b]

I like challenging myself without using Google   :lol:

OK. Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW, and the ninth largest in Australia.

So there are 8 inland cities in Australia (sans NSW) that have a population of over 56,000.

Dammned if I can come up with eight  :chin:

Without cheating, I can think of Geelong and Toowoomba. Probably Ballarat and Bendigo. Kalgoorlie maybe? Alice Springs?

Is Brisbane classified as "inland"? Having spent many a night trying to sleep in the stinking summer heat and no coastal breeze I would call it inland.

That would be seven. Warwick is pretty big but don't think it would have 56,000.


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« 2022-May-07, 08:16 AM Reply #887 »
Like you not checking Google, I'd suggest Canberra and Bathurst. Maybe Armidale.  Even perhaps Tamworth (before Kalgoorlie and Alice Springs)?

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« 2022-May-07, 09:50 AM Reply #888 »
Like you not checking Google, I'd suggest Canberra and Bathurst. Maybe Armidale.  Even perhaps Tamworth (before Kalgoorlie and Alice Springs)?

Canberra is the obvious one I missed Brian.

The eight need to be from outside NSW

So Bathurst, Maitland, Lismore and Goulburn don't count. Tamworth and Armidale (where I used to live) wouldn't be 56,000. And going by the logic if Wagga is the biggest NSW country city then they wouldn't be in the nine anyway.

I would say with confidence:

Canberra
Toowoomba
Bendigo
Ballarat
Gelong - but not sure if it is inland or not.
Brisbane - ditto
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« 2022-May-07, 12:30 PM Reply #889 »
Gold Coast Cup

Dunhill

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« 2022-May-07, 02:42 PM Reply #890 »
Gosford Cup R7. #1 Numerian

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« 2022-May-07, 02:45 PM Reply #891 »
Does Gosford count ?

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« 2022-May-07, 03:25 PM Reply #892 »
Does Gosford count ?

Nearly a suburb of Sydney these days.

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« 2022-May-13, 10:39 AM Reply #893 »
Scone today.

Scone /ˈskoʊn/ is a town in the Upper Hunter Shire in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. At the 2006 census, Scone had a population of 4,624 people.[2] It is on the New England Highway north of Muswellbrook about 270 kilometres north of Sydney, and is part of the New England (federal) and Upper Hunter (state) electorates.[3] Scone is in a farming area and is also noted for breeding Thoroughbred racehorses. It is known as the 'Horse capital of Australia'.[4]

First inhabitants of the region were the Wonnarua & Gamilaroi Aboriginal Peoples. Allan Cunningham was the first recorded European person to travel into the Scone area, reaching the Upper Dartbrook and Murrurundi areas in 1823.[5] Surveyor Henry Dangar travelled through the area, prior to passing over the Liverpool Range above Murrurundi in 1824. The first properties in the area were Invermein and Segenhoe in 1825. The town initially started as the village of Redbank in 1826 and in 1831 Hugh Cameron, a Scottish descendant put forward the name of Scone to Thomas Mitchell.[5] It was gazetted as Scone in 1837 and during the early days was renowned for its large pastoral properties including Belltrees and Segenhoe.[6] Early buildings were St Luke's Church, Scone Post Office, the Old Court Theatre (that is now a hall for musicals and plays), and the St Aubins' Inn.

Scone Shire was merged into the Upper Hunter Shire in 2004, integrating parts of the former Murrurundi and Merriwa shires.

The annual Scone Horse Festival is a celebration of Scone's cultural links to equines. It is celebrated during May and includes all manner of activities, including wine tours, Open Days across the numerous horse studs in the area, the Scone rodeo, the Scone School Horse Sports competition, the Black Tie Ball, and a parade in Kelly Street.

The main event is a horse racing carnival featuring the prestigious Scone Cup, one of the richest country racing days in New South Wales and Australia. Small celebrations are also a key part of the festival and include schools, businesses, public events and sports centres. The Horse Festival is also traditionally linked with such events as the Belltrees poetry competition, the yarns night and many other small annual fundraisers and events. Scone also hosts the Inglis Guineas Day, a major race meet, in the middle of May.[7]

The town is also home to some of the very old pony clubs and is known for a happening polo club. Besides these, the region is well known for its dairies and wineries.[8]

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« 2022-May-13, 11:20 AM Reply #894 »
Scone Cup #2 Our Playboy

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« 2022-May-13, 12:06 PM Reply #895 »
Scone Cup R8. #6 Art Cadeau

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« 2022-May-13, 12:13 PM Reply #896 »
R8 #6 Art Cadeau

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« 2022-May-13, 03:49 PM Reply #897 »
He’s blown like a gale. Wet stats are poor but he’s flying.

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« 2022-May-13, 04:36 PM Reply #898 »
#7 Herzegovina

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« 2022-May-14, 05:37 PM Reply #899 »
Parkes (at Gilgandra) & Casterton tomorrow.


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