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Offline j.r.b.

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« 2015-Aug-19, 10:15 PM Reply #25 »
Plenty are talking up how dry the ground is, despite the official reading not changing.

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« 2015-Aug-19, 10:42 PM Reply #26 »
Gleneagles out.

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« 2015-Aug-19, 10:43 PM Reply #27 »
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« 2015-Aug-19, 11:08 PM Reply #29 »
Sky Thoroughbred Central might went to get with the program.

They're still talking about what a great race in prospect with Gleneagles taking on Golden Horn...

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« 2015-Aug-19, 11:10 PM Reply #30 »
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« 2015-Aug-20, 12:53 AM Reply #32 »
If Waterhouse was training Golden Horn she would be crucified for the same thing Gosden hinted at in a pre race interview.

All will be revealed now he has lost.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 12:54 AM Reply #33 »
  :lol:   Pop.    :lol:    The race is won by a 50/1 shot that has been struggling in fillies grade.

Nothing from here to be sighted at Longchamp.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 01:08 AM Reply #34 »
It will be interesting to see what those 2 idiots Walker and Rowlands can come up with to explain this.

No doubt they will say the horse did not run up to their previous( incorrect ) ratings rather than admit they got it so far wrong to begin with.

Horse hadn't beaten anything and still hasn't.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 01:22 AM Reply #35 »
Except for the filly winning the form looks very similar to the Eclipse result.

Perhaps the filly are better than the colts ?

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« 2015-Aug-20, 02:07 AM Reply #36 »
Except for the filly winning the form looks very similar to the Eclipse result.

Perhaps the filly are better than the colts ?

Golden Horn has run to same level, beating Gatsby by the same margin.
Think both have been rated incorrectly.
Filly isn't even going to the Arc.
Free Eagle beats these I think.

Track can't have been all that wet either as Criterion only beat the horse that was basically pulled up.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 08:37 AM Reply #37 »
Not the first time the winner's knocked over a hotpot on affected ground.

She beat the backed as if unbeatable High Celebrity (4/9f) in the wet last year at Newmarket in the Cherry Hinton.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 12:20 PM Reply #38 »
Haven't seen a replay as yet but I'm told it was no surprise given the way the race was run. Some very poor rides, apparently

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« 2015-Aug-20, 12:23 PM Reply #39 »
Haven't seen a replay as yet but I'm told it was no surprise given the way the race was run. Some very poor rides, apparently

There were no terrible rides, I think people are clutching at straws to think there was.

The filly did the donkey work and still won. She is obviously top class.

Than again as jrb says, or insinuates she maybe a classy wet tracker.

And it was a wet track, Criterion might have finished last of those who competed but he ran very creditably.


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« 2015-Aug-20, 04:59 PM Reply #40 »
It will be interesting to see what those 2 idiots Walker and Rowlands can come up with to explain this.

No doubt they will say the horse did not run up to their previous( incorrect ) ratings rather than admit they got it so far wrong to begin with.

Horse hadn't beaten anything and still hasn't.

Like I said many times before, these ratings are pretty crap.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 05:58 PM Reply #41 »
There were no terrible rides, I think people are clutching at straws to think there was.

The filly did the donkey work and still won. She is obviously top class.

Than again as jrb says, or insinuates she maybe a classy wet tracker.

And it was a wet track, Criterion might have finished last of those who competed but he ran very creditably.



What are you talking about?
Criterion ran 2nd last and  was immediately under pressure.
Half the winners on the card had no winning form on wet tracks.
It can't have been all that wet.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 06:10 PM Reply #42 »
What are you talking about?
Criterion ran 2nd last and  was immediately under pressure.
Half the winners on the card had no winning form on wet tracks.
It can't have been all that wet.

Winning form is the only form you seem to see.

It was a wet track.

Tell me, Which side of the course where all the finishing runs made ?


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« 2015-Aug-20, 06:19 PM Reply #43 »
Caspien Prince, The first winner now has 5 wins on going described as good to soft.

Recorder broke his maiden on a soft track.

Storm The Stars 2 runs on Soft and Good to Soft resulted in top class 2nds.

Arabian Queen has won 2 of her soft track starts.

Heartbreak City defied his soft track form.

Mayfair Lady was having her first start on a good to soft track.

It was a rain affect track, No doubt about it.


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« 2015-Aug-20, 06:37 PM Reply #44 »
There were no terrible rides, I think people are clutching at straws to think there was.


Just seen it, you are spot on. My mate was clutching at straws. They all had every chance, especially Criterion who hasn't measured up

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« 2015-Aug-20, 07:16 PM Reply #45 »
Just seen it, you are spot on. My mate was clutching at straws. They all had every chance, especially Criterion who hasn't measured up

Mugs love blaming jockeys.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 07:17 PM Reply #46 »
There could well be an argument Criterion might have finished closer had he not copped interference earlier in the race and shuffled back further than he might have been.


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« 2015-Aug-20, 07:20 PM Reply #47 »
There could well be an argument Criterion might have finished closer had he not copped interference earlier in the race and shuffled back further than he might have been.




Do you mean he would have finished in front of the 7 year old?     :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2015-Aug-20, 07:23 PM Reply #48 »

Do you mean he would have finished in front of the 7 year old?      :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:     :lol:  

7 isnt old. A 9yo won the Cox Plate. Your fav grp 2 race.

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« 2015-Aug-20, 07:27 PM Reply #49 »
7 isnt old. A 9yo won the Cox Plate. Your fav grp 2 race.


A pretty good 9 year old.

Who was the last 7 year old to win the Cox Plate?


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