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« 2018-Oct-14, 10:27 AM Reply #2025 »
SW, you canít find room for Primo Scene in the big one?
WOD she is around 6th in betting so where there is smoke. Yet to race beyond 1600 is my query.

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« 2018-Oct-14, 12:07 PM Reply #2026 »
WOD she is around 6th in betting so where there is smoke. Yet to race beyond 1600 is my query.

Mum won an Oaks.

Okay, it was the VRC Oaks but it's still an Oaks. :dry:

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« 2018-Oct-15, 06:57 AM Reply #2027 »
Primo Scene was a big run but wow, what about the winner. :no1:

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« 2018-Oct-15, 09:10 AM Reply #2028 »
Primo Scene was a big run but wow, what about the winner. :no1:
She will now take on Japan Cup.
I was concerned after the race as she appeared lame but apparently she gets wobbly after each race and needs water and cool down straight away.

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« 2018-Oct-16, 05:15 PM Reply #2029 »
Specials weel is Chestnut Coat as good as
Fame Game / Admire Ratki ?

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« 2018-Oct-16, 05:31 PM Reply #2030 »
Specials weel is Chestnut Coat as good as
Fame Game / Admire Ratki ?
No

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« 2018-Oct-17, 10:49 AM Reply #2031 »
Should elaborate. Chestnut ran well in Tenno Sho but next start was disappointing. I believe he is a 3200m horse more than CC trip. It is an even field this year's CC so he should be running on. Sole Impact is a G3 horse but he surprises occasionally.
I would not back either in CC.

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« 2018-Oct-21, 10:23 AM Reply #2032 »
Shuka sho for 3yr old colts today 3000m.
18 colts to run and as always hard to know whether many can run the trip. I have settled on Etario crying out for a trip.
Below my numbers at Kyoto race 8 to 12.
R8     4, 6, 8, 9, 1
R9     5, 8, 4, 7, 9
R10   1, 7, 2, 8, 3
R11   9, 6, 14, 3, 5
R12   10, 16, 7, 6, 4

Weather fine tracks in best condition.

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« 2018-Oct-21, 11:51 AM Reply #2033 »
Looking forward to it.

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« 2018-Oct-21, 04:59 PM Reply #2034 »
And what a race, the Kikuka Sho!

Etario, one of the faves, looked home when Mirco Demuro kicked away on straightening, but your racecallerís question - has he got there too soon? - was prophetic, with Fierement, C Lemaire up, mowing him down to get up by a nose in the final strides.

And my jockey racism system was to the fore again, with the winner starting at a very nice $14 or thereabouts.

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« 2018-Oct-21, 05:33 PM Reply #2035 »
And my jockey racism system was to the fore again,


Now what was that again? :chin:

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« 2018-Oct-21, 08:51 PM Reply #2036 »

Now what was that again? :chin:

Back the horses ridden by the imported jockeys.

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« 2018-Oct-22, 07:32 AM Reply #2037 »
Right.

Is that only for Japan or elsewhere?

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« 2018-Oct-22, 08:15 AM Reply #2038 »
Right.

Is that only for Japan or elsewhere?

Japan.

There are very few imported jockeys. Our resident expert can tell us exactly what the (max) numbers are. They are usually top class e.g. presently J Moreira, C Lemaire and M Demuro, and better than most of the locals.

Just about everyone would know the first named pair. For those who don't know Mirco Demuro

https://www.thoroughbredracing.com/articles/its-no-accident-mirco-demuro-now-worlds-number-two-jockey/

Same principle applies in HK, but the system can't work there, as the majority of HK riders are imports.   

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« 2018-Oct-28, 08:54 AM Reply #2039 »
One of the great G1s today, Tenno Sho Autumn 2000m Tokyo Fuchu track. Only 13 runners but 7 G1 winners in the field. Numbers later for races 8 to 12.

R8   2, 6, 3, 8,7
R9    8, 6, 5, 1, 3
R10  9, 2, 6, 7, 5
R11  5, 6, 9, 4, 10
R12  5, 2, 9. 6, 11
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« 2018-Oct-28, 12:52 PM Reply #2040 »
150 days since suave Richard last raced. Is that a big ask?


Iím throwing in 1 & 7 as bolters anchored around Suave Richard and Rey De Oro

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« 2018-Oct-28, 01:05 PM Reply #2041 »
150 days since suave Richard last raced. Is that a big ask?


Iím throwing in 1 & 7 as bolters anchored around Suave Richard and Rey De Oro
Japanese horses are trained differently here for first up runs. He loves Tokyo.

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« 2018-Oct-28, 03:55 PM Reply #2042 »
Looking forward to this.

Just hope that Sky doesnít split the screen with some nondescript provincial red hots or dishlickers race.

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« 2018-Nov-04, 04:37 PM Reply #2043 »
My jockey racism system to the fore again in this afternoonís G2 Copa Republica Argentina, with the only import, Colm OíDonoghue, winning with a very sweet ride on Perform a Promise.

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« 2018-Nov-11, 09:36 AM Reply #2044 »
QE2 Cup G1 Kyoto 2200m is the main event.
My numbers races 8 to 12.

R8    7, 2, 12, 4, 10
R9    7, 5, 6, 4, 1
R10   3, 7, 6, 1, 2
R11   13, 8, 7, 12, 16
R12   15, 13, 7, 8, 1

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« 2018-Nov-11, 10:28 PM Reply #2045 »
Noteworthy that there were 4 imports riding at Kyoto today and they won the first 11 races on the card.

They fell short though, in the 12th - and last - race, in which they only managed 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

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« 2018-Nov-11, 10:37 PM Reply #2046 »
Noteworthy that there were 4 imports riding at Kyoto today and they won the first 11 races on the card.

They fell short though, in the 12th - and last - race, in which they only managed 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
Their dominance clear unlike camera in MC.

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« 2018-Nov-17, 10:30 AM Reply #2047 »
Big race tomorrow is the Mile Championship.

I look forward to our resident punditís profitable prognostications.

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« 2018-Nov-17, 04:58 PM Reply #2048 »
The Mile Championship is an absolute cracker Sunday at Kyoto.
18 runners with 7 G1 winners.
I was impressed with lead up race by Logi Cry. Mozu Ascot is in great form and i believe Persian Knight can be in the finish.
Numbers , 7,8,2,10, 15.

races 8 to 12 selections will be provided tomorrow morning in full.
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« 2018-Nov-18, 09:34 AM Reply #2049 »
Bit like when I was a teenager been around it just not nailing top 3 in selections but despite main race being tough task there is a degree of confidence.
R8      1, 12, 3, 10, 4
R9      2, 3, 1, 9, 6
R10    6, 7, 5, 2, 1
R11    7, 8, 2, 10, 15
R12    6, 5, 1, 7, 11


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