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Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2009-Jun-20, 03:29 PM Reply #50 »
Two jockeys get bouquets from me for their rides in the same race.

Kathy O'Hara on With Ice and Hugh Bowman on Mr Clangtastic rode very well judged races in Race 6.

Bowman rated his mount well and O'Hara kept him just within range.

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« 2009-Jul-17, 01:54 PM Reply #51 »
Simon Miller, What did Jonathon Thurstan call Kurt Gidley in the state of Origin the other night ?   :rant:

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« 2009-Aug-01, 02:42 PM Reply #52 »
Doubt whether young Fry will get too many bouquets for ride on Pacino.

Were they going that slowly in front for him to make that early run? 

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« 2009-Aug-01, 02:44 PM Reply #53 »
Good eg of the older jock in G.Boss beating the kid.

I backed Magic Instinct so didn't matter for me

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:20 PM Reply #54 »
No bouquets for Evans' ride on Prussian Jewel Cranbourne Race 2.

Be interesting to see whether the stipes ask a question.

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:21 PM Reply #55 »
A little over rated by some is young Evans

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:23 PM Reply #56 »
A little over rated by some is young Evans

No he isn't.  I think he is by far the best apprentice in th country and I believe I may be underestimating him.

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:24 PM Reply #57 »
Evans is fine by me. Laid Prussian Blue (only for the fact it was a maiden at $1.68)  :clap2:

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:25 PM Reply #58 »
No he isn't.  I think he is by far the best apprentice in th country and I believe I may be underestimating him.

Which country you talkin' about?

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:34 PM Reply #59 »
Evans is fine by me. Laid Prussian Blue (only for the fact it was a maiden at $1.68)  :clap2:

You only laid it at that price cause you were thinking about the diameter of a golf ball

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:40 PM Reply #60 »
You only laid it at that price cause you were thinking about the diameter of a golf ball

I know the diameter of golf balls I use. They are about 2 cms bigger than the hole  :rant:

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:47 PM Reply #61 »
I know the diameter of golf balls I use. They are about 2 cms bigger than the hole  :rant:


at least they should be easy to hit off the tee   :lol:

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« 2009-Aug-09, 01:55 PM Reply #62 »

at least they should be easy to hit off the tee   :lol:

He might get an outside edge instead of an air swing   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Aug-24, 06:53 PM Reply #63 »
Evans is fine by me. Laid Prussian Blue (only for the fact it was a maiden at $1.68)  :clap2:

that wouldn't be an aftertime would it Walter.  :whistle:

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« 2009-Aug-24, 07:00 PM Reply #64 »
that wouldn't be an aftertime would it Walter.  :whistle:

The lady is getting very bitter. Don't stay up too late twawling, sweetie   :biggrin:

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« 2009-Oct-31, 02:11 PM Reply #65 »
What a pealer of a ride by Brown on Monaco Consul

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« 2009-Oct-31, 02:12 PM Reply #66 »
What a pealer of a ride by Brown on Monaco Consul

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« 2009-Nov-02, 08:09 AM Reply #67 »
Kristy Banks gets a guernsey in pollsters best rides at Doomben for Captain Sonodor but didn't earn any points for relinquishing the front on Bold Glance which is a ready made leader.When questioned by stewards she is reported to have said the horse travelled strongly inside Vocalic but she decided to take the trail.Bad decision Kristy. :chair:
The trail finished soon after when Vocalic was headed and Kristy finished 4 lgths or so further back than she should have been.   :thumbsd:

Connections didn't complain ,publicly anyway .They are easily pleased. :whistle: :whistle:

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« 2009-Dec-26, 09:59 AM Reply #68 »
There will not be a better ridden horse all day today than CLAIRE DE VINE in the first from Ellerslie.

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2010-Jun-12, 01:28 PM Reply #69 »
Reckon a few questions might be asked of Nathan Berry after his ride on Stifle.


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« 2010-Jun-12, 01:33 PM Reply #70 »
Horse looked a handful JWH  :chin: once he got it straight it certainly put in  :wavecry:

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« 2010-Jun-12, 03:10 PM Reply #71 »
Always been a big fan of D.Browne. You could do worse than backing every ride he has e/w. Albert gate 18 might look a tough task but you never know.

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« 2010-Jun-12, 04:45 PM Reply #72 »
Always been a big fan of D.Browne. You could do worse than backing every ride he has e/w. Albert gate 18 might look a tough task but you never know.

Did he run 5th ?

Looked a good run   emthup

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« 2010-Jun-12, 04:54 PM Reply #73 »
From his rides 2day ew money would have been made or bet the place only would have been the way to go.
Yes ran 5th.

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« 2010-Jun-12, 08:23 PM Reply #74 »
An absolutely bonzer ride by Blake Shinn on Rothesay in the Guineas today.

Okay, he won with a leg in the air, but Shinn had him one off the rails early on, then got him off for a nice clear run in the straight.

Top ride.  emthup


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