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Online wily ole dog

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« 2017-May-01, 07:50 AM Reply #1925 »
I'll give Sciacchetra another chance to measure up. He bombed the start then was driven through to hold a forward position. Barrier may have cost him

Last start he came from a mile back

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« 2017-May-01, 09:09 AM Reply #1926 »
I'll give Sciacchetra another chance to measure up. He bombed the start then was driven through to hold a forward position. Barrier may have cost him

Last start he came from a mile back
He pulled way too much.

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« 2017-May-01, 12:43 PM Reply #1927 »
Please not that furrfy bullshit again.

They have run 3.12 and change. That is about 25 lengths faster than a fast Melbourne Cup.

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« 2017-May-01, 01:54 PM Reply #1928 »
They have run 3.12 and change. That is about 25 lengths faster than a fast Melbourne Cup.
So where was the start laser set?
Right up against where the gates opened.
Fast ground, Kyoto one of the firmer tracks in Japan.
Plus the best stayers in the world especially on home soil and you get 3.12.
Simple really.

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« 2017-May-07, 09:15 AM Reply #1929 »
More G1 action today from Tokyo.
NHK Mile Cup 3yr C&F track firm 18 runners.

This is a raffle and I will be hoping for a massive tri to be the pay day. I will offer my valid selections and also an expensive tri if you have the cash.
I will provide my selections for the 5 races broadcast from the track. Racing and Sports do have a form guide on all 12 races.

R8     9,4,6,8,2
R9     6,10,9,8,13
R10   2,3,1,9,15
R11   7,3,1,4,14         2,7,14,17/1,3,5,11/F
R12   2,15,7,11,5

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« 2017-May-14, 08:36 AM Reply #1930 »
Victoria Mile at Fuchu Tokyo today for F & M  4yrs and older. 17 runners. A lot of rain yesterday so track will start sloppy on dirt and yielding on turf.
By the time our on course coverage begins at R8 I am guessing both tracks will be upgraded.
My numbers for 5 races from the track.

R8     3,4,13,7,9
R9     5,6,3,2
R10   10,5,12,1,11
R11   11,7,14,8,5
R12    13,11,7,3,6

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« 2017-May-27, 08:55 PM Reply #1931 »
Derby tomorrow.

Should be a cracker, with maybe a future Arc contender or two on show.

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« 2017-May-28, 08:09 AM Reply #1932 »
Japanese Derby day. Australia take all 12 as usual on Sky but today races 5 to 12 called from the track.

The Derby looks an exciting race with many chances with 5 under 7/1 of the 18 colts over 2400m. I have settled on the 2000 Guineas winner as my top pick.
Selections races 5 to 12.

R5    9,8,10,2,6
R6    13,14,2,3,10
R7    6,4,11,5,8
R8    4,3,1,8,16
R9    7,6,14,2,9
R10 DERBY    7,1,12,11,18
R11  8,4,7,11,12
R12  10,2,1,4,6

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« 2017-May-28, 10:46 AM Reply #1933 »
Im sticking with Clincher. Hoping to get $50 :clap2:

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« 2017-May-28, 06:09 PM Reply #1934 »
REY DE ORO (JPN)Bay colt 2014 
King Kamehameha
Bay 2001
Kingmambo
Bay 1990
Mr Prospector
Bay 1970
Raise a Native
Chestnut 1961
Native Dancer
Raise You
1950
1946
5-f
8-f
Gold Digger
Bay 1962
Nashua
Sequence
1952
1946
3-m
13-c
Miesque
Bay 1984
Nureyev
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Special
1961
1969
2-d
5-h
Pasadoble
Bay 1979
Prove Out
Santa Quilla
1969
1970
4-c
20>
Manfath
Brown 1991
Last Tycoon
Bay or brown 1983
Try My Best
Bay 1975
Northern Dancer
Sex Appeal
1961
1970
2-d
8-f
Mill Princess
Bay 1977
Mill Reef
Irish Lass
1968
1962
22-d
8-c
Pilot Bird
Bay 1983
Blakeney
Bay 1966
Hethersett
Windmill Girl
1959
1961
21-a
20-c
The Dancer
Bay 1977
Green Dancer
Khazaeen
1972
1968
16-c
22-d
La Dorada
Brown 2006
Symboli Kris S
Bay or brown 1999
Kris S
Bay or brown 1977
Roberto
Bay 1969
Hail to Reason
Bramalea
1958
1959
4-n
12-c
Sharp Queen
Bay 1965
Princequillo
Bridgework
1940
1955
1-b
10-a
Tee Kay
Bay or brown 1991
Gold Meridian
Bay or brown 1982
Seattle Slew
Queen Louie
1974
1968
13-c
9-f
Tri Argo
Bay or brown 1982
Tri Jet
Hail Proudly
1969
1969
20-c
8-h
Lady Blond
Bay 1998
Seeking the Gold
Bay 1985
Mr Prospector
Bay 1970
Raise a Native
Gold Digger
1961
1962
8-f
13-c
Con Game
Bay or brown 1974
Buckpasser
Broadway
1963
1959
1-s
5-c
Wind in Her Hair
Bay 1991
Alzao
Bay 1980
Lyphard
Lady Rebecca
1969
1971
17-b
9-h
Burghclere
Bay 1977
Busted
Highclere
1963
1971
2-s
2-f
 Ancestor duplications:Mr Prospector3m x 4m Northern Dancer5m,5m x

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« 2017-May-29, 11:00 AM Reply #1935 »
Even when Deep Impact doesn't get the Classic winner, he's not far away.

Rey de Oro's grandam is his half sister.

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« 2017-May-29, 12:32 PM Reply #1936 »
Exceptional ride from Christophe Lemaire to score the Oaks/Derby double and make it 3 G1s in a row after winning the Victoria Mile 3 weeks ago.

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« 2017-Jun-03, 02:31 PM Reply #1937 »

TOKYO 9R

KOKUBUNJI TOKUBETSU

June 3, 2017, 1600m, Turf, Post time 14:35
MIX DES, Special Weight, 3-Year-Olds & Up, Allowance, Value of race: 20,360,000 Yen

1st2nd3rd4th5thtotal
Added Money (Yen)10,500,0004,200,0002,600,0001,600,0001,050,00019,950,000
Stakes Money (Yen)287,00082,00041,00000410,000
Total (Yen)10,787,0004,282,0002,641,0001,600,0001,050,00020,360,000
As of 13:29
BkHsHorseSex
Age
Weight
(Kg)
Sire
Dam
Dam's sire
Dam's dam
Jockey 
Trainer
Owner
Breeder
Win
Fav
Win
Odds
11Wijnaldum(JPN)
C3
54.0Sunningdale
Orange Curacao
Agnes Tachyon
Orange Jasmine
Masami Matsuoka
Takahiro Mizuno
Cosmo View Farm Co. Ltd.
Taihei Stud Farm Co. Ltd
520.7
22Engineer(JPN)
C4
57.0Sea The Stars
Lolly For Dolly
Oratorio
Heart Stopping
Yoshitomi Shibata
Koji Maki
Sachiko Takashima
Key West Inc.
12.9
33Rana Azzurra(JPN)
F3
52.0Pyro
Grotta Azzurra
Fuji Kiseki
Sadamu Blue Eyes
Hayato Yoshida
Yoshihiro Hatakeyama
Grande Owners Co. Ltd.
I's Stud Corporation
47.3
44B B Albore(JPN)
C3
54.0B B Guldan
Regal Amuse
Agnes Tachyon
Regal Joy
Masaki Katsuura
Eiji Nakadate
Bando B.
Bando Bokujo
965.2
55Meiner Velero(JPN)
C3
54.0Matsurida Gogh
Meine Voyage
Teofilo
Hambye
Daichi Shibata
Eiji Nakano
K.Thoroughbred Club Ruffian
Big Red Farm
728.7
56Marcellus(JPN)
H5
57.0Kinshasa no Kiseki
Curly Passion
Tony Bin
Dyna Carle
Takuma Ito
Takashi Kubota
Sunday Racing Co. Ltd.
Northern Farm
839.6
67Tentsukuten(JPN)
M5
55.0Stay Gold
Tenimuho
Lammtarra
Lucky Diary
Tomoharu Bushizawa
Takashi Tsukazaki
Sandoya LLC.
Hiroaki Nakamura
1178.3
68Masariya Hime(JPN)
F3
52.0Black Tuxedo
Dianmu
Wakao Raiden
Wakazono Wice
Junji Iwabe
Yoshihiko Ishige
Yasushi Nishimoto
Yoshinori Sato
12152.7
79Flora de Mariposa(AUS)
F3
50.0Frankel
Jeu de Cartes
Stravinsky
Prized Gem
Hiroyuki Uchida
Noriyuki Hori
Kazumi Yoshida
Cressfield
33.7
710Citron(JPN)
F4
55.0Black Tide
Morito Oka
Brian's Time
Vivid Dancer
Teruo Eda
Kiyotaka Tanaka
Mill Farm Co. Ltd.
Mikami Bokujo
1076.6
811Dirigente(JPN)
M5
55.0Stay Gold
Top Motion
Symboli Kris S
Promotion
Akihide Tsumura
Tetsuya Kimura
Katsumi Yoshida
Northern Farm
625.1
812Sainte Croix(JPN)
C4
57.0Harbinger
Saint Victoire
Sunday Silence
Victory Bank
Keita Tosaki
Makoto Saito
G1 Racing Co. Ltd.
Northern Farm
23.1

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« 2017-Jun-25, 10:25 AM Reply #1938 »
Last G1 of the spring today, Takarazuka Kinen 2200m Hanshin with just 11 runners but 4 G1 winners.
Kitasan Black 2/1 on going for his 6th G1 and 3 in a row. Ground will be shifty 
But he should win.

5 races called from track.

R8    1, 4, 7,10
R9    4, 5, 6, 1
R10  5, 2,12, 13
R11  10, 8,11, 6, 5    if really getting into ground have a place bet on 3.
R12  3, 15, 5, 10

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« 2017-Jun-25, 09:07 PM Reply #1939 »
The ride on Kitasan Black was...curious, to say the least.

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« 2017-Jun-25, 09:21 PM Reply #1940 »
He should have taken him straight to the front shouldn't he ?


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« 2017-Jun-25, 11:06 PM Reply #1941 »
He should have taken him straight to the front shouldn't he ?

That would have been a better option than staying out 4 deep on the pace for the entire 2200m. A 4 kilogram apprentice having his or her first ride in a race wouldn't have done what KB's jockey did.  :rant:

Is the jockey a mate of the owner or trainer? Remember that horse Danewin that Bobby Thomsen had? HK owner insisted on putting his own jockey on him - some bloke called Jackie Tse who had trouble sitting on it.

Won 5 Group 1's. Should have won about 8 including a Cox Plate.

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« 2017-Jun-26, 09:32 AM Reply #1942 »
One of his worst rides. They decided right after the race that the Leopardstown and Chantilly trip is off.
Very hasty decision imho.

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« 2017-Jun-26, 11:02 AM Reply #1943 »
One of his worst????

Geez I'd hate see something worse than that  :lol?

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« 2017-Jun-26, 11:10 AM Reply #1944 »
One of his worst????

Geez I'd hate see something worse than that  :lol?
And his post race comment and reaction or lack of it by connections and fans from what I can find has been they don't know why the horse ran so poorly. I'll tell them why, 4 wide the trip, not forward or back when the horse was tugging for more reign in the back street and nothing left in home straight.
Yutaka Take is the pin up boy of Japanese racing so few are reluctant to criticize him.

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« 2017-Jun-27, 01:07 PM Reply #1945 »
Saw on Twitter that Take reported as saying that the horse seemed tired.

Probably a fair assessment after running such a tough 2400m.

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« 2017-Jun-27, 01:34 PM Reply #1946 »
Has worked well for Satono horses as a result of the win.
Satono Crown will go to BC turf, Satono Diamond the Arc, Satono Aladdin stay for Tenno sho Autumn.

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« 2017-Jun-28, 04:12 PM Reply #1947 »
Saw on Twitter that Take reported as saying that the horse seemed tired.

Probably a fair assessment after running such a tough 2400m.

  :lol:

Bjorn Baker was interviewed post race after one of his got up the other day over 1800m after being 3 and 4 deep the trip.

He said he couldn't decide to run him over 1800 or wait for a later 1900m race but the jockey had made him run 1900m anyway. Very dry wit has Bjorn.

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« 2017-Jul-11, 01:23 PM Reply #1948 »
Baby by DI just sold for Aus$6,700,000 at select sale bought by Riichi Kondo owner of all the Admire horses..
« Last Edit: 2017-Jul-11, 01:53 PM by specialweek2 »

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