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Offline Arsenal

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O.P. « 2018-Dec-10, 08:54 PM »
Thanks to Davie Fowler interviewing Chris Barsby on Press Room today I learned the Interdominion heats for both trotters and pacers started on Saturday night at Cranbourne quite incredible there was no publicity that I saw ...... once upon a time the Interdominion was big news some marvellous contenders over the years ...Natalie Rasmussen had two of the winners both started very short ......this is a link to the program and replays of all races.

 http://www.harness.org.au/racing/fields/race-fields/?mc=CR081218


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« 2018-Dec-10, 09:00 PM Reply #1 »
Saturday at Cranbourne was the third round of heats and the finals are this coming Saturday at Melton.

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« 2018-Dec-11, 07:35 AM Reply #2 »
Been a good series but the PR has left a lot to be desired

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« 2018-Dec-11, 09:29 AM Reply #3 »
Saturday at Cranbourne was the third round of heats and the finals are this coming Saturday at Melton.

You're right sobig ...my mistake the first heats were run at Melton on 1st December and the Final is on this coming Saturday at Melton ...Natalie Rasmussen's pacers Spankem and Cruz Bromac won on both nights...she has to decide which one to sit behind ..final acceptances today.

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« 2018-Dec-11, 10:47 AM Reply #4 »
Apparently Nat will be driving Cruz

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« 2018-Dec-11, 05:06 PM Reply #5 »
I am old enough to remember the halcyon days of the trots when the likes of  Hondo Grattan, Paleface Adios, Pure Steel , Gammilite  and Maoris Idol raced. Since those golden years trotting / pacing has fallen down the totem pole, where more money is now bet of TABs throughout Australia on the dogs.
Do not know where the trots went wrong,  but, outside of the participants,  the trots hold little interest to the general public. They are lucky to get two bookies fielding on a Melbourne metro meeting at Melton on any given night and one of them most likely has an owner's interest in a few of those races.
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« 2018-Dec-11, 06:50 PM Reply #6 »
You get bugger all bookies at a Thursday Gallop’s at Hawkesbury as well

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« 2018-Dec-12, 11:20 AM Reply #7 »
Barrier draw

Front row:
Galactic Star
Cant Refuse
Im Pats Delight 
Mach Doro
Spankem
 Maximan
 Tiger Tara

Back row:
San Carlo
Cruz Bromac
Our Uncle Sam
 Wrappers Delight
Audi Hare
Cash N Flow

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« 2018-Dec-14, 12:15 AM Reply #8 »
Been a good series but the PR has left a lot to be desired


I honestly didn't even know this was on.  Heard I guy on Sportstalk (radio) this afternoon


talking about it and was shocked!


A hell of a shame this is not promoted properly. 


Inters are almost holy to me. 

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« 2018-Dec-15, 08:23 AM Reply #9 »
Same here. I was at Harold Park on 21-March-1980 when Hano Direct driven by Doody Townley won the Trotters Final.  The Pacers heats were won by Lord Module, Paleface Adios, Pure Steel and Koala King. The next week Koala King driven by Brian Hancock won The Pacers Final. They were the days and nights.

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« 2018-Dec-15, 08:31 AM Reply #10 »
Friday nights. They’ve lost their relevance with the constant changing of dates
I was there when KK won, swooping down the outside. I was on old Pure Steel and the bolter, Lea Sands
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« 2018-Dec-15, 08:38 AM Reply #11 »
1972 - Welcome Advice  :no1:
1973 - Hondo Grattan  :no1:
1974 - Hondo Grattan  :no1:
1975 - Young Quinn (NZ)
1976 - Carclew
1977 - Stanley Rio  :no1:
1978 - Markovina  :no1:
1979 - Rondel
1980 - Koala King
1981 - San Simeon
1982 - Rhett's Law
1983 - Gammalite  :no1:
1984 - Gammalite  :no1:
1985 - Preux Chevalier
1986 - Village Kid
1987 - My Lightning Blue
1988 - Our Maestro  :no1:
1989 - Jodie's Babe  :no1:
1990 - Thorate
1991 - Mark Hanover (NZ)
1992 - Westburn Grant
1993 - Jack Morris (NZ)  :no1:
1994 - Weona Warrior
1995 - Golden Reign  :no1:
1996 - Young Mister Charles (NZ)
1997 - Our Sir Vancelot (NZ)
1998 - Our Sir Vancelot (NZ)
1999 - Our Sir Vancelot (NZ)
2000 - Shakamaker
2001 - Yulestar (NZ)
2002 - Smooth Satin
2003 - Baltic Eagle (NZ)
2004 - Jofess :no1:
2005 - Elsu
2006 - Blacks A Fake
2007 - Blacks A Fake
2008 - Blacks A Fake
2009 - Mr Feelgood (USA)  :no1:
2010 - Blacks A Fake
2011 - Im Themightyquinn*
2012 - Im Themightyquinn
2013 - Im Themightyquinn
2014 - Beautide
2015 - Beautide
2015 (Dec) - Lennytheshark
2016 - Smolda
2017 - Lazarus[4]
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« 2018-Dec-15, 08:43 AM Reply #12 »
I had a golden run of backing the winners in the 70s & 80s.
Very lean since  :lol:

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« 2018-Dec-15, 10:14 AM Reply #13 »
I remember the first one on your list. I backed Monara who finished second. Welcome Advise was a very good horse trained by George Harpley in Temora. His colours were Black, Yellow band, sleeves and cap. Manaroa from New Zealand was also in that final.

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« 2018-Dec-15, 06:08 PM Reply #14 »
Manaroa was exceptional
If your online,cj, what wins tonight?
I like Cruz Bromac. He seems more versatile than the rest

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« 2018-Dec-15, 06:56 PM Reply #15 »
Manaroa  had a chopped-off tail. 

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« 2018-Dec-15, 07:33 PM Reply #16 »
The Courier Mail the daily Newscorp paper has a story on the Inter today but no form on it or any other race at Melton in the lift out formguide ...bloody unbelievable. :thumbsd:

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« 2018-Dec-16, 03:45 PM Reply #17 »
Dominant win and track record. 

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« 2018-Dec-16, 08:11 PM Reply #18 »
Dominant win and track record.

A one horse race Our Uncle Sam surprised finished very well also Matt Craven's horse in the yellow went well .

https://www.thetrots.com.au/news/articles/id18-news-kevin-todd-tiger-tame-their-rivals/


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