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Offline westie

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O.P. « 2007-Jun-21, 08:45 PM »
Who do you think will win.  If you select Option Nine please nominate your selection for bragging rights.

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« 2007-Jun-21, 09:05 PM Reply #1 »
Hillbilly started this thread but I added a Poll so have copied the thread across

The thread for Saturday's big race. The Aussies will be looking to dominate again and the Poms have Amadeus Wolf up their sleeve.
Go TT!!! The 6 furlongs should be more to his liking these days!!  ;D

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« 2007-Jun-22, 10:21 AM Reply #2 »
Takeover Target to take a lot more improvement and be to Good for Miss Andrietti

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« 2007-Jun-24, 11:09 AM Reply #3 »
Takeover Target to take a lot more improvement and be to Good for Miss Andrietti

I was nearly right  ;D

Takeover Target only went down by a whisker, and was in front every where but the post :(

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« 2009-May-20, 05:33 PM Reply #4 »
TVN Just showed a market with Sacred Kingdom a 1.01 favorite on BETFAIR. Did anybody else see that ?

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« 2009-Jun-12, 11:03 AM Reply #5 »
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« 2009-Jun-12, 11:03 AM Reply #6 »
For all his undoubted talent, J J The Jet Plane (SAF) was considered slightly suspect over the minimum trip, but the exciting son of Jet Master rallied to land a brilliant victory in the Gr 1 Tedelex Computaform Sprint at Turffontein today, touching off the luckless Flintlock (SAF) with Seventh Rock (AUS) staying on for third and Lightning Lecture (SAF) running a creditable fourth.

As expected, there was a bit of a cavalry charge from the start with Flintlock, J J The Jet Plane, Seventh Rock and Rosinante all prominent. Conspicuous by his absence was Mythical Flight, who had been slowly out of the pens and was always a couple of lengths off the pace.

The race began in earnest as they galloped past halfway with J J The Jet Plane, Flintlock and Seventh Rock all going great runs. Mythical Flight was soon under pressure and any hopes that he might pick off the front runners soon faded as he fell away.

Seventh Rock was the first to weaken of the front three as the line approached and it looked as if Flintlock might have timed his charge to perfection. J J The Jet Plane, however, summoned up the extra to stick out his neck when it mattered and land a famous victory for trainer Lucky Houdalakis.

The soft going probably made this a bit more testing than a conventional 1000m, but J J The Jet Plane seems the type of horse who always has an extra gear in reserve and this was a scintillating performance. Having shown his credentials under weight for age conditions, he would be the one they have to beat in the big sprints in KwaZulu Natal.

Flintlock must go down as one of the unluckiest horses around as he always seems to find one too good for him. However, as he has been beaten by the three top sprinters around, he can return home with his head held high, having done his connections proud.

Seventh Rock did nothing wrong in third place and having been up with the pace throughout, seemed to tire slightly in the going.

Lightning Lecture was expected to be run off his hooves but he found a good finish and this was a respectable performance.

The race was inevitably overshadowed by the failure of Mythical Flight but it was clear from the start of the race that this was not going to be his day. Hopefully he will bounce back, but his aura is now gone. Whatever happens from here on, however, he deserves to be remembered for the exciting dimension he has added to South African racing while at his peak.

J J The Jet Plane is a 3-year-old gelding by Jet Master (SAF) out of Majestic Guest (SAF) by Northern Guest (USA). Bred by Mrs P J Devine, he is owned by Messrs H S N Du Preez, C F Strydom, L Houdalakis and Mrs C D Boyens

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« 2009-Jun-12, 11:57 AM Reply #7 »
J J The Jet Plane will be hard to beat in the Golden Jubilee, but so will Sacred Kingdom. It will be very intriguing to see the market just before the race.

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« 2009-Jun-12, 02:47 PM Reply #8 »
Sacred Kingdom

My pick too, was a sensational effort his last start   :noteworthy:

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« 2009-Jun-12, 02:52 PM Reply #9 »
Sacred Kingdom, if he has travelled, has 5 lengths on this field. In fact, if you take out Rocket Man and Overdose, he has 2 lengths on any sprinter in the world.

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« 2009-Jun-12, 11:42 PM Reply #10 »
It will be interesting to see how he handles the undulations of the track.

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« 2009-Jun-20, 05:49 PM Reply #11 »
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« 2009-Jun-20, 05:50 PM Reply #12 »
80669 SACRED KINGDOM  2.75 1.43
80634 J J THE JET PLANE   3.25 1.56
80629 IALYSOS   9.00 3.00
80635 KINGS APOSTLE   9.00 3.00
80636 KINGSGATE NATIVE   14.00 4.25
80610 CANNONBALL   21.00 6.00
80638 LESSON IN HUMILITY   21.00 6.00
80609 BUSHRANGER   21.00 6.00
80614 DIABOLICAL.   26.00 7.25
80606 ART CONNOISSEUR   34.00 9.25
80662 STRIKE THE DEAL   34.00 9.25
80654 REGAL PARADE   41.00 11.00
80615 DUFF   41.00 11.00
80633 INTREPID JACK   67.00 17.50

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« 2009-Jun-20, 11:21 PM Reply #13 »
JJ 3.70 on BF and firming
SK 4.40 on BF and blowing

Kingsgate Native and Cannonball popular at odds

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:05 AM Reply #14 »

21/06/2009

00:36

20/06/2009

LH

3

WIN 14,15

Win and Place

3

$12.00


In amongst that guff is $3 ew the winner     :lol:   ...only because "Shane" said there was late money for it.

Resumed in a listed 3yo 1400m race, beaten 11 lengths...switches back to the 1200m G1....something smart about that training effort
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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:08 AM Reply #15 »
Well done, PP  :beer:

Told you you'd be around for these races   :lol:

WTF did you do to mess up your screen in that post?

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:10 AM Reply #16 »
That what happens when he is up this late.

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:14 AM Reply #17 »
That what happens when he is up this late.

  :lol:  NFI on the screen...couldn't replicate that if I tried.

I'm all pumped now...how come they aren't betting on the next at Ascot? Ayr races don't do it for me.....

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:16 AM Reply #18 »
Ayr races don't do it for me.....

Each to their own, I just got tri at Ayr for 550%

Event: Harness - AYR (GBR)
Race 04 - 1:00 AM
MCBOOKIE E.B.F. MDN STKS
Selections: 3 GHOSTWING /
2 BENRISH /
1 ASK FRANK,
4 SEJANUS
 
Bet Type:  Trifecta  
Flexi Percentage:  550.00 %  
Bet Amount: $ 11.00
 
 
Tri 3 - 2 - 1 18.50

The best part about it, 2 place divs, punters got burnt matching the 1 @ 1.01 in the run   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:21 AM Reply #19 »
  :lol:   NFI on the screen...couldn't replicate that if I tried.

I'm all pumped now...how come they aren't betting on the next at Ascot? Ayr races don't do it for me.....

Get on betfair - they'll bet on it!

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:24 AM Reply #20 »
Get on betfair - they'll bet on it!

They'll bet on whether he can do that to the screen again   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:26 AM Reply #21 »


I'm all pumped now...how come they aren't betting on the next at Ascot?

More than 24 starters

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:26 AM Reply #22 »
Each to their own, I just got tri at Ayr for 550%

Event: Harness - AYR (GBR)
Race 04 - 1:00 AM
MCBOOKIE E.B.F. MDN STKS
Selections: 3 GHOSTWING /
2 BENRISH /
1 ASK FRANK,
4 SEJANUS
 
Bet Type:  Trifecta  
Flexi Percentage:  550.00 %  
Bet Amount: $ 11.00
 
 
Tri 3 - 2 - 1 18.50

The best part about it, 2 place divs, punters got burnt matching the 1 @ 1.01 in the run    :lol:     :lol:     :lol:  

Well done mate...I had 3-2-6 straight out.

I'll have to back the 3 in the next at Ayr.....is that a Group 1 it ran 4th in 3 starts back? ...some pathetic form in the race.

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:28 AM Reply #23 »
More than 24 starters

they should bracket them like they did in the old days....backed Desirable/Flaunting in a Lightning stakes one year (??1976)...they were bracketed and ran 1st and 3rd as 2yo's.....exotics would be a bit difficult.

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« 2009-Jun-21, 01:31 AM Reply #24 »
exotics would be a bit difficult.

No different to win and place, numbers are the result in the end


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