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« 2018-Apr-29, 04:49 PM Reply #2000 »
Now that's a horserace!

Bowman rode Chevalier Grand perfectly and looked home, but Iwata was not to be denied.

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« 2018-Apr-29, 04:51 PM Reply #2001 »
A week ago I had him on top. But I have Rainbow Line, Cheval Grand, Clincher, Satono Chronicle and Chestnut Coat.

Trifecta in order  :clap2:

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« 2018-Apr-29, 05:02 PM Reply #2002 »
Reports indicate winner may be in trouble.

Jock dismounted immediately after the line.

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« 2018-May-06, 08:21 AM Reply #2003 »
NHK Mile Cup G1 for 3 yr olds today.

10,7,1,11,3 from me.

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« 2018-May-06, 04:32 PM Reply #2004 »
Mosheens little one goes around without any top ups - Primo Scene.

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« 2018-May-14, 10:43 AM Reply #2005 »
Tenno Sho winner from few weeks ago Rainbow Line bows out a G1 winner. He suffered tendon and ligament damage on the winning post it seemed. Similar injury to good horse Duramente from a few years ago.

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« 2018-May-27, 06:35 PM Reply #2006 »
Another star for Deep Impact, as Wagnerian wins the Japanese Derby.

He's got the odds on fav, Saxon Warrior, in the English Derby this coming Saturday.

Now that'd be some Derby double.

Plus, just for good measure, he's also got Study of Man, the second fav in the French Derby on Sunday.

And kudos to our primary Japanese racing correspondent for tipping the better than 20/1 winner of the last today. 👍

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« 2018-Jun-01, 10:38 PM Reply #2007 »
Is anyone aware of any smart form analysts for Japanese racing?

Find the best way to learn about a new racing area is to follow some smart punters and understand why they've selected certain horses.

Thanks

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« 2018-Jun-02, 08:06 PM Reply #2008 »
Yasuda Kinen tomorrow. Suave Richard the fav, but by no means over the line.

Sam Clipperton's got a ride, but he's unlikely to figure at the pointy end.

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« 2018-Jun-04, 09:03 AM Reply #2009 »
Frankel gets a second G1 winner in Japan with Mozu Ascot in the Yasuda Kinen. 

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« 2018-Jun-04, 10:45 AM Reply #2010 »
Frankel gets a second G1 winner in Japan with Mozu Ascot in the Yasuda Kinen.

Meanwhile Deep Impact dominates the headlines in Europe.  :)

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« 2018-Jun-24, 04:02 PM Reply #2011 »
Big race today, the Takarazuka Kinen, with a number of big names turning up.

Kiseki, Satono Diamond, Satono Crown, Vivlos and others.

J H Bowman rides the HK horse, Werther.

Should be a great race.

Kiseki and Satono Diamond for me.

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« 2018-Jun-25, 12:42 PM Reply #2012 »
Specialweek    Do you know what the track condition was yesterday at Hanshin?


Tuned in to watch Werther and our Tab had it down as a good surface.

The track was described as muddy from the course and later our Tab had it down as Awt or all weather which is obviously wrong.

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« 2018-Jun-25, 01:06 PM Reply #2013 »
Turf track was good. Turf track ratings in Japan are; Firm, good, yielding, soft.
Dirt track muddy.  Dirt track ratings are; Fast or standard, good, muddy, sloppy.

Some of the races early on the card are Allowance races and abbreviations of allowance by some overseas operators incl Australia have some reading it as Alw.  all weather.

There are no all weather tracks in Japan.
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« 2018-Jun-25, 05:42 PM Reply #2014 »
Thanks for that.

The muddy sign I saw confused me. :thumbsup:

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« 2018-Aug-26, 11:36 AM Reply #2015 »
On this weekend.

2018 WORLD ALL-STAR JOCKEYS POINT CHART
Standing Jockey Team August 25, 2018 August 26, 2018 Total
1st Leg 2nd Leg 3rd Leg 4th Leg Points
1 Yutaka Take (JRA) JRA 1st (30) 6th (8) 38
2 Christophe Lemaire (JRA) JRA 9th (2) 1st (30) 32
3 Rafael Bejarano (USA) WAS 2nd (20) 9th (2) 22
4 Shane Foley (IRE) WAS 13th (1) 2nd (20) 21
5 Keita Tosaki (JRA) JRA 14th (1) 3rd (15) 16
5 Yuichi  :censored: unaga (JRA) JRA 3rd (15) 12th (1) 16
7 Hironobu Tanabe (JRA) JRA 6th (8) S (6) 14
7 Mirco Demuro (JRA) JRA 5th (10) 8th (4) 14
9 Hiroyuki Uchida (JRA) JRA 4th (12) 13th (1) 13
9 Chadley Schofield (HK) WAS 12th (1) 4th (12) 13
11 Ioritz Mendizabal (FR) WAS 11th (1) 5th (10) 11
12 Masaaki Kuwamura (NAR) WAS 10th (1) 7th (6) 7
12 Samantha Collett (NZ) WAS 7th (6) 10th (1) 7
14 Joao Moreira (BRA) WAS 8th (4) 11th (1) 5
Team WAS (World All-Star) : 86 points Team JRA : 143 points
*1st: 30 points / 2nd: 20 points / 3rd: 15 points / 4th: 12 points / 5th: 10 points / 6th: 8 points / 7th: 6 points / 8th: 4 points
 9th: 2 points / 10th: 1 point / 11th: 1 point / 12th: 1 point / 13th: 1 point / 14th: 1 point / S=Scratched: 6 points

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« 2018-Aug-27, 10:35 AM Reply #2016 »
SUBJECT: RESULT OF THE 2018 WORLD ALL-STAR JOCKEYS [Day Two]
[Series Summary]
2018 WORLD ALL-STAR JOCKEYS POINT CHART
Final
Standing Jockey Team August 25, 2018 August 26, 2018 Total
1st Leg 2nd Leg 3rd Leg 4th Leg Points
1 Christophe Lemaire (JRA) JRA 9th (2) 1st (30) 5th (10) 1st (30) 72
2 Yutaka Take (JRA) JRA 1st (30) 6th (8) 2nd (20) 11th (1) 59
3 Mirco Demuro (JRA) JRA 5th (10) 8th (4) 7th (6) 2nd (20) 40
4 Rafael Bejarano (USA) WAS 2nd (20) 9th (2) 11th (1) 3rd (15) 38
5 Joao Moreira (BRA) WAS 8th (4) 11th (1) 1st (30) 13th (1) 36
6 Hironobu Tanabe (JRA) JRA 6th (8) S (6) 3rd (15) 10th (1) 30
6 Shane Foley (IRE) WAS 13th (1) 2nd (20) 10th (1) 6th (8) 30
8 Yuichi  :censored: unaga (JRA) JRA 3rd (15) 12th (1) 4th (12) 14th (1) 29
9 Chadley Schofield (HK) WAS 12th (1) 4th (12) 13th (1) 4th (12) 26
10 Ioritz Mendizabal (FR) WAS 11th (1) 5th (10) 8th (4) 7th (6) 21
11 Masaaki Kuwamura (NAR) WAS 10th (1) 7th (6) 6th (8) 8th (4) 19
11 Keita Tosaki (JRA) JRA 14th (1) 3rd (15) 9th (2) 12th (1) 19
13 Samantha Collett (NZ) WAS 7th (6) 10th (1) 14th (1) 5th (10) 18
14 Hiroyuki Uchida (JRA) JRA 4th (12) 13th (1) 12th (1) 9th (2) 16
Team WAS (World All-Star) : 188 points Team JRA : 265 points
*1st: 30 points / 2nd: 20 points / 3rd: 15 points / 4th: 12 points / 5th: 10 points / 6th: 8 points / 7th: 6 points / 8th: 4 points
 9th: 2 points / 10th: 1 point / 11th: 1 point / 12th: 1 point / 13th: 1 point / 14th: 1 point / S=Scratched: 6 points

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« 2018-Aug-27, 07:31 PM Reply #2017 »
Joao Moreira just finished 1 month contract with a 41.00% winning strike rate. Now he looks to try for a full time license over next few months.

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« 2018-Sep-03, 10:19 AM Reply #2018 »
Brenton Avdulla just concluded his 1 month  period in Japan. He spent 95% of his time on the lesser track of Kokura but picked up 14 winners from 74 rides. Winning % 18.9, 2nd place 27%, 3rd 37.8 %.

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« 2018-Oct-11, 05:13 PM Reply #2019 »
Kanichiro "joe" Fujii was just granted to go through to 2nd stage of his full time Japanese jockey's license. He has tried a handful of times before but now through to the oral test in January. Joao Moreira took the written test for the first time but missed and will have to try again next year.

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« 2018-Oct-13, 07:13 PM Reply #2020 »
The Shuka sho G1 fillies Sunday at Kyoto. Almond Eye going for the triple tiara.
 1.2 atm.
Last 10 years 10 horses coming straight from the Oaks none have run in first 5.

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« 2018-Oct-13, 09:41 PM Reply #2021 »
The Shuka sho G1 fillies Sunday at Kyoto. Almond Eye going for the triple tiara.
 1.2 atm.
Last 10 years 10 horses coming straight from the Oaks none have run in first 5.

good luck calling tomorrow SW

are we getting some tips ?

hope so 

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« 2018-Oct-14, 08:59 AM Reply #2022 »
I predict that Almond Eye @$1.25 will get rolled.
Not sure by what but maybe Primo Scene who is out of our Mosheen
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« 2018-Oct-14, 09:37 AM Reply #2023 »
Australia taking all 12 but I have only done form races 8 to 12.
R8   4, 9, 11, 5, 12
R9   3, 7, 4, 1, 2
R10  4, 5, 8, 7, 2
R11  11, 2, 5, 4, 13
R12  10, 4, 13, 15, 14

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« 2018-Oct-14, 09:40 AM Reply #2024 »
SW, you canít find room for Primo Scene in the big one?


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