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Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2015-Apr-05, 06:30 PM Reply #250 »
Don't give up your night job.

Steve M

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« 2015-Apr-05, 07:58 PM Reply #251 »
Nothing like being owned by Singapore. I swear never again.

Offline The Jackal

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« 2015-Apr-05, 10:51 PM Reply #252 »
Showed absolutely nothing.




Yes it certainly under raced badly.

Steve M

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« 2015-Jul-09, 07:54 PM Reply #253 »
Singapore Derby Sunday  - some Australian visiting to ride.

http://www.turfclub.com.sg/MediaCenter/RacingNews/Pages/LocalDetails.aspx?intNewsID=13786&spListName=Local%20News&Year=2015#.VZ5D1Pmqqko

War Affair is dominant favourite and undoubtedly a good horse.

http://www.turfclub.com.sg/Racing/Pages/HorseProfile.aspx?HorseID=42074

There's been some talk of him perhaps running Melb spring. Unlikely I'd say - perhaps they'd have crack HK features if he's dominant winner Sunday.

I'm not convinced he's at that level myself.

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« 2015-Jul-09, 08:11 PM Reply #254 »
Singapore Derby Sunday  - some Australian visiting to ride.

http://www.turfclub.com.sg/MediaCenter/RacingNews/Pages/LocalDetails.aspx?intNewsID=13786&spListName=Local%20News&Year=2015#.VZ5D1Pmqqko

War Affair is dominant favourite and undoubtedly a good horse.

http://www.turfclub.com.sg/Racing/Pages/HorseProfile.aspx?HorseID=42074

There's been some talk of him perhaps running Melb spring. Unlikely I'd say - perhaps they'd have crack HK features if he's dominant winner Sunday.

I'm not convinced he's at that level myself.

Yes you're right, he isn't at that level.

Nothing at middle distance in Singapore or Hong Kong is anywhere near Melb Spring level.

Steve M

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« 2015-Jul-09, 08:30 PM Reply #255 »
Perth Carnival is only one I could argue logic to aim at.

Lesser G1's - travel from Singapore could be bit easier - 1600/1800 gives him couple options.


Offline The Jackal

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« 2015-Jul-09, 08:35 PM Reply #256 »
I doubt they are even up to that level.

Only 1 Singapore domiciled horse has even won their biggest Group 1 race.... and that was the very first one.

Steve M

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« 2015-Jul-09, 08:53 PM Reply #257 »
I just say Perth is more logical option...

In saying that the Kingston Town 1800m - WFA - ideal by looks - but why would you travel for 500k.

Railway Stakes 1600m 1M.

Thing about OS competition is it's two part. Assessing class levels and finding right races beforehand - but then once OS who do they handle the conditions. Some horses go better.

I'd say he's bit better than  Luen Yat Forever...

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« 2015-Jul-09, 08:56 PM Reply #258 »
I just say Perth is more logical option...

In saying that the Kingston Town 1800m - WFA - ideal by looks - but why would you travel for 500k.

Railway Stakes 1600m 1M.

Thing about OS competition is it's two part. Assessing class levels and finding right races beforehand - but then once OS who do they handle the conditions. Some horses go better.

I'd say he's bit better than  Luen Yat Forever...


Would he be better than Jolie's Shinju?

Steve M

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« 2015-Jul-09, 09:08 PM Reply #259 »
  :lol:  I wonder.

Offline sobig

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« 2015-Jul-09, 09:41 PM Reply #260 »
I just say Perth is more logical option...

In saying that the Kingston Town 1800m - WFA - ideal by looks - but why would you travel for 500k.

Railway Stakes 1600m 1M.

Thing about OS competition is it's two part. Assessing class levels and finding right races beforehand - but then once OS who do they handle the conditions. Some horses go better.

I'd say he's bit better than  Luen Yat Forever...

The Kingston Town is now worth $1m.

Steve M

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« 2015-Jul-09, 09:49 PM Reply #261 »
Cheers Sobig. That's more compelling reason. Possibility of 1M leadup with 1M the main goal.

Offline fours

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« 2015-Jul-10, 07:44 AM Reply #262 »
Hmmmm,

Some years ago I had some early doubles bets with Kim Angel in the Melbourne Cup only to see the horse go to Singapore and win that Cup instead   :tears: :tears: :tears:

Still... theres a class pointer there.

Fours

Offline j.r.b.

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« 2018-Nov-17, 10:37 AM Reply #263 »
Prizemoney reductions, international races called off again not that after they were, at least theoretically, resurrected.

Apparently wagering is down, and so there has to be some belt tightening.

Personally, I find Singapore racing incredibly one dimensional and boring. Seems Iím not alone. Maybe they should look at improving their offering if they want people to bet more...


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