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Offline ratsack

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« 2017-May-21, 10:09 PM Reply #1800 »
Watch the ride on a horse called Bungle Boori at the Sunshine Coast Today. I know that stewards have opened a running and handling enquiry into aspects of the ride. Would be a straight twelve months in past days. Maybe even more. Hope they get the trainers involved as well . I can't believe the powers that be even allowed them to have a licence in Queensland in the first place.

the horse has issues , been barred for hanging in etc
also reported two rides ago for not being ridden out
head case

as for the fav   :lol:

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« 2017-May-21, 10:48 PM Reply #1801 »
Headcase ?Don't think the horse did as much thinking as the rider . I know the rider is just average but that was very ordinary to say the least.

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« 2017-May-22, 09:36 AM Reply #1802 »
"BUNGLE BOORI – An inquiry was adjourned into the handling of this mare from the 500m onwards. A post race veterinary examination failed to reveal any abnormalities. "

I know this seems to be a pattern with this horse (and claims of lack of vigour as well) but what could he have done being hemmed him on the outside and with kilos galore of rump steaks in front?

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« 2017-May-22, 01:04 PM Reply #1803 »
Most of the corporates opened this horse between 18/1 and 20/1. Fives or sixes available at the jump. Definite smell about this.

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« 2017-May-22, 01:35 PM Reply #1804 »
I'll show my ignorance here.

20s into 5s used to indicate a smoky set for a kill.

5s out to 20s used to indicate a dead-un.

So what's the smell about this 20s into 5s indicate?

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« 2017-May-22, 02:10 PM Reply #1805 »
Can also mean there is a vested interest in getting it beat ; especially when the price goes off six hours before the race. Time is not an
enemy in such a case.  Bookies have been doing it since they wrote the odds up in chalk.

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« 2017-May-22, 02:30 PM Reply #1806 »
So Dean, 20s into 5s at a Sunshine Coast Sunday Coast maiden, how much did the Corps stand to lose? 

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« 2017-May-22, 03:12 PM Reply #1807 »
Wouldn't have a clue but I know I got on to win $ 7200 myself before 9.30 am with 3 corporates. Fair dinkum most jockeys would throw their mother in for less than that.

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« 2017-May-22, 04:39 PM Reply #1808 »
"BUNGLE BOORI – An inquiry was adjourned into the handling of this mare from the 500m onwards. A post race veterinary examination failed to reveal any abnormalities. "

I know this seems to be a pattern with this horse (and claims of lack of vigour as well) but what could he have done being hemmed him on the outside and with kilos galore of rump steaks in front?

Which horse were you looking at. The fave was bailed up on the fence. I thought Bungle Boori was in the blue down the outside get a very quiet ride :chin:

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« 2017-May-22, 05:01 PM Reply #1809 »
Wily , the horse I was concerned with was the one in the blue colours on the outside (Bungle Boori ). To say it was a "quiet "ride is an under statement. While I have previously commented that the hoop is moderate , even he is capable of a great deal more urgency.
Looked like one of those old fashioned drives back at the Showgrounds in Melbourne.

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« 2017-May-22, 05:06 PM Reply #1810 »
Looked red hot to my eye.

Watching it zooming past in the run on with it's ear pricked would only add insult to injury.
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« 2017-May-22, 05:44 PM Reply #1811 »
I had it blackbooked after the last start 2.3 length 4th where it ran on late from 8th on a heavy track
Many may have had it for this reason as well after track rating came up as heavy
I got on early & haven't had a chance to see a replay yet as I am away
Ps think god for Nosduh later in the day


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« 2017-May-22, 05:45 PM Reply #1812 »
Nossuh I meant - saved my bacon


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« 2017-May-22, 05:47 PM Reply #1813 »
Looked red hot to my eye.

Watching it zooming past in the run on with it's ear pricked would only add insult to injury.

Totally agree guys
Put it in my blackbook along with the favourite and the one behind them in the check and white sleeve

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« 2017-May-22, 09:01 PM Reply #1814 »
STEWARDS SUMMARY LAST RACE
Sunshine Coast 14/05/2017
Stewards asked M. Hellyer to comment on the horse’s performance. He indicated that as the horse had a tendency to hang, he was mindful of this in the running. The horse did lay out somewhat rounding the home turn and when attempting to secure clear running in the home straight, he looked to improve to the inside of BAR FLY BARRISTER, however when that horse shifted back towards the fence he elected to shift out approaching the 200m and was then also obliged to shift out further to obtain clear running outside THE COLUMBIAN. He added that the horse was doing its best work over the final stages.

i think the horse is no good
let me know when it wins one
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« 2017-May-23, 10:28 PM Reply #1815 »
Gee thanks for that Ratsack. Of course it is not much good if it still struggling to win a Sunshine Coast Maiden. How the heck did you work that out?  It is probably on a par with some of your own chaff burners. Also what the hell does  a Queensland Stewards Report of its previous run have to do with the ride on Sunday ? Dah!!!. I gave away taking any notice of what you would find in their reports after a certain Fine Cotton went around and won a metropolitan race up there many moons ago. They have no idea up there.

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« 2017-May-29, 01:24 PM Reply #1816 »
Had a bit of a laugh watching replays last night. At the Morphettville Parks meeting race 2 the Gordon Richards trained Enki has an uncontested lead, only to be taken on in a 3 wide move from the stablemate Chapel City. The end result they both knock up to finish last and second last lol. Not really bagging young Anna Jordsjo - at least she made a decisive move one way or the other, though probably better to take the sit in 20/20 hindsight. Just funny how things play out sometimes.

https://www.theracessa.com.au/race/5128638
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« 2017-May-29, 06:29 PM Reply #1817 »
Catching up on some replays. 1st race at Moe last Thursday was a ripper.
The young kid on Gala moshea didn't seem too fussed about winning  :lol:

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« 2017-Jun-16, 08:46 PM Reply #1818 »
M Hellyer at it again in the first at Toowoomba Today. Rode a very average conveyance in one of the worst maidens known to man like it was Vo Rogue. Naturally compounded in the straight. The numb nuts ; Racing Queensland Stewards stated it over raced. Please !!
Funny I watched a horse try and pull its head off the other day with Robert Thompson on board. Settled after 50 m. Makes a difference I guess when you put a horseman on board.

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« 2017-Jun-16, 08:55 PM Reply #1819 »
I know where you are coming from Dean. Had a large bet on the favourite in the second race at Toowoomba Today. Got the shock of my life when I saw it out the back early. When I backed it I was delighted  that Jeff Lloyd was the postilion. After I saw it out the back ; I thought that is not J Lloyd. Of course it wasn't ; it was M Hellyer as Lloyd was indisposed. Thankfully it had plenty on them and still got the money. Would have halved the bet if I had known so worked out well.

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« 2017-Jun-17, 07:28 AM Reply #1820 »
Catching up on some replays. 1st race at Moe last Thursday was a ripper.
The young kid on Gala moshea didn't seem too fussed about winning  :lol:


Bolted in next start

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« 2017-Jun-17, 07:37 AM Reply #1821 »
Had a bit of a laugh watching replays last night. At the Morphettville Parks meeting race 2 the Gordon Richards trained Enki has an uncontested lead, only to be taken on in a 3 wide move from the stablemate Chapel City. The end result they both knock up to finish last and second last lol. Not really bagging young Anna Jordsjo - at least she made a decisive move one way or the other, though probably better to take the sit in 20/20 hindsight. Just funny how things play out sometimes.

https://www.theracessa.com.au/race/5128638

Chapel city went to the line under a stranglehold, never getting clear at its next start  :lol:

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« 2017-Jun-17, 07:41 AM Reply #1822 »
Caught up on over a weeks worth of videos yesterday. Found 18 to add to the Blackbook and mist of them were very poor rides that led to the horses getting beaten
I'm convinced a few were hooked  :lol:

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« 2017-Jun-17, 07:34 PM Reply #1823 »
C Brown has to be the most over rated " name " jockey in Australia. can't believe the rides he attracts. Seems to be  always getting bailed up on the fence and then flashing home. "Steamin " was another example at Ipswich Today.

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« 2017-Jun-17, 08:23 PM Reply #1824 »
have a look at Mr Hyeronimus in the last    :shutup:

didn't touch the thing till the last one 150 , whats wrong with hooking into the thing 300 out and make a good thing a good thing

to make matters worse drops his hands and gives up at the 50 as he thought he had the rest covered

hughy storms down the outside to blouse the pretender

should cop a month for that shit      :mad:

winner barrier 16 , pick me up 15

pick me up ,  :censored: en had to after that ride    :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:


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