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Offline Gintara

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« 2011-Nov-01, 05:51 PM Reply #400 »
Not much he could have done, the field just came across and he was stuck behind a wall with nowhere to go   :shrug:

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« 2011-Nov-01, 06:23 PM Reply #401 »
I agree, Not much he could do, I was silly enough to think in those colours it was McEvoy and got in a pre-emptive strike on this thread expecting plenty of brickcakes.   :wacko:

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« 2011-Nov-02, 06:09 PM Reply #402 »
I actually think that Mcevoy is still unfairly criticised now because of his earlier slow start. The fact of the matter is that consistently he puts his horse in a good position compared to some of the others. Nash is a prime example of this. He is a better rider thatn McEvoy but gee he can have some shockers. If Darley buy some good stayers or leave Snowden's better horses here, McEvoy could be a shot at cracking the 100 g1 winners within the next 10 years.

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« 2011-Nov-06, 09:52 AM Reply #403 »
Pathetic ride on mental yesterday. Should have on by panels
They can all ride bad at times but this bloke is the worst big time jock in my memory

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« 2011-Dec-31, 01:28 PM Reply #404 »
An absolute idiot

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« 2011-Dec-31, 02:12 PM Reply #405 »
An absolute idiot

Hope you doubled up. It is feast or famine with Mcevoy at times.

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« 2011-Dec-31, 02:18 PM Reply #406 »
When he weighed-in on The Owl he did so with, what I thought was, some concern.

He then looked at Murrihy with a hand-found-in-the-cookie jar look.

Richie must have had the same thoughts as I 'cause he asked "Is all right there?"

McEvoy just said "Yes" so there was probably no issue.

Might look at the stewards' report later.   

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« 2011-Dec-31, 02:40 PM Reply #407 »
He seems no different to a lot of the top 50 jockeys. Rides some good & some bad. They all make good & bad decisions in all races.

I'm also not aware of any history between stewards & McEvoy. I would find it unusual if stewards made disparagging remarks to a jockey or singled them out. 

   


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« 2011-Dec-31, 03:52 PM Reply #408 »
I'm also not aware of any history between stewards & McEvoy. I would find it unusual if stewards made disparagging remarks to a jockey or singled them out. 
   



If that, EZ, is in reference to anything I said, I didn't mean anything of the kind.

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« 2012-Jan-01, 10:21 AM Reply #409 »
When he weighed-in on The Owl he did so with, what I thought was, some concern.

He then looked at Murrihy with a hand-found-in-the-cookie jar look.

Richie must have had the same thoughts as I 'cause he asked "Is all right there?"

McEvoy just said "Yes" so there was probably no issue.

Might look at the stewards' report later.   

Relevant section of the stewards' report

"Near the 1300m Zero Limit had to be steadied off the heels of The Owl (K McEvoy), which shifted in. K McEvoy was told to ensure he is two lengths clear when shifting ground."

I reckon Murrihy mumbled something to McEvoy as he was weighing in, something like "We'll have quick chat a little later". 

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« 2012-Feb-05, 10:42 PM Reply #410 »

KERRIN MCEVOY TO RIDE AT DUBAI WORLD CUP MEETING

Kerrin mcevoy will partner both sepoy and helmet at the 2012 dubai world cup meeting

Kerrin McEvoy will partner both Sepoy and Helmet at the 2012 Dubai World Cup Meeting

Top Australian jockey Kerrin McEvoy will be reunited with Godolphin again when he rides H.H. Sheikh Mohammed’s champion Australian horses, Sepoy and Helmet, who will both challenge for international glory on Dubai World Cup night at Meydan on March 31, 2012.

Sepoy will line up in the Group One Dubai Golden Shaheen over six-furlongs on the Tapeta while Helmet will contest the Group Two UAE Derby over nine and a half furlongs also on Tapeta.

Sepoy has won 10 of his 11 races for Darley in Australia under the guidance of trainer Peter Snowden. The Elusive Quality colt, born on September 27, 2008, will remain in Peter Snowden’s care for the Dubai Golden Shaheen but carry Godolphin’s colours for the first time in that race.

Helmet, winner of the G1 Inglis Sires Produce Stakes and the G1 Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes at two plus the G1 Age Caulfield Guineas at three, is being prepped by Darley in Australia before shipping to Dubai for the UAE Derby in which he will race for Peter Snowden and sport the royal blue silks of Godolphin.


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« 2014-Sep-24, 08:20 AM Reply #411 »
McEvoy quits Godolphin but leaves on good terms.


http://www.letsgohorseracing.com.au/

A tip to build a dream on......He hopes to remain with Earthquake, and told punters to keep an eye out for unraced three-year-old colt Invitations
« Last Edit: 2014-Sep-24, 08:28 AM by Arsenal »

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« 2014-Sep-24, 09:01 AM Reply #412 »
This had to happen it just took a bit longer than I thought....Darley's horses haven't been doing much since the Snowden polish went off O'shea's start...watching the horses lately it looked like O'shea needs to set his alarm earlier as the horses are in races when not fit enough to run a distance,even the trialers other than an odd couple are doing nothing and I'm a HUGE fan of Darley so it hurts to see.

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« 2018-Feb-04, 11:26 PM Reply #413 »
Gotta hand it to Kerrin.

Off for a while with a broken hand.

First day back rides 4 winners.

He has matured into one of the country's best jockeys...and his old man isn't too bad at the training caper either.

Committed to ride Redzel in the Lightning otherwise I'm 100% sure he would have been the replacement for Winx - assuming Hugh's appeal is not successful.

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« 2018-Feb-05, 07:29 AM Reply #414 »
Not sure his father Phillip trains many horses ?

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« 2018-Feb-05, 03:09 PM Reply #415 »
My mistake  :shy:

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« 2018-Feb-05, 03:31 PM Reply #416 »
They are cousins aren!t they?

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« 2018-Feb-05, 05:18 PM Reply #417 »
I think you will find Tony is Kerrin's uncle. I believe that Kerrin's father and Tony are brothers. The two brothers both rode for C S Hayes in Adelaide many years ago. Tony Mc Evoy was certainly apprenticed to CS.

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« 2018-Feb-05, 08:04 PM Reply #418 »
I think you will find Tony is Kerrin's uncle.


That's right  emthup

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« 2018-Feb-07, 12:46 PM Reply #419 »
His ride to win the first race at Randwick was one of the best you'll ever see.

Nerves of steel threading the needle and just timed it right.

He really is riding in great form.

Has a full book today with the prepost odds between $5 and $12 - might be worth following.

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« 2018-Feb-07, 01:18 PM Reply #420 »
BANG!!

First two races. $7.20 and $5.90.

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« 2018-Feb-07, 02:32 PM Reply #421 »
Bang!!

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« 2018-Feb-07, 02:44 PM Reply #422 »
$10.60 on the tote  :no1:

Midnight Delight has only 53 kg but a poor win strike rate. Trained by Waller and 3rd up over 1600m which is usually a positive flag.

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« 2018-Feb-07, 04:24 PM Reply #423 »
And the last winner gives him 4 today to add to the 4 on Saturday.

$8.50 that last winner. Have had a good day riding on his coat tails   :biggrin:


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