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Offline Arsenal

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« 2020-Mar-15, 05:04 PM Reply #2075 »
Damian Lane on FLIT in the All-Star Mile finished second last after going hell for leather

Stewards report ...."Flit Over raced in the early and middle stages. Weakened from the 200 metres. Rider Damian Lane reported his intention was to settle in a forward position but with no intention to lead. After having travelled wide when going forward in the early stages the filly initially settled comfortably in front but soon after passing the 1000 metres over raced and would not settle. A post-race veterinary examination revealed a slow recovery."

https://www.racing.com/form/2020-03-14/caulfield/race/7/results

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« Last Edit: 2020-Mar-15, 05:09 PM by Arsenal »

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« 2020-Mar-21, 02:29 PM Reply #2076 »
J Orman race 4 eagle farm...absolute shocker

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« 2020-Mar-21, 03:04 PM Reply #2077 »
J Orman race 4 eagle farm...absolute shocker


Were you on her, Ping?

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« 2020-Mar-22, 07:31 AM Reply #2078 »
Geez pingdog, I cant see much wrong with the ride.


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« 2020-Mar-25, 08:00 PM Reply #2079 »
Just did my videos of Warwick Farm Today. Saw a convicted punting jockey give one a "run' in the second race. What is wrong with these imbeciles they employ as so called "Stewards" ? Blind Freddie could see it wasn't there . Not as if this cove can't ride. Why don't they just rub them out like they used to. Of course they asked the trainer plenty of questions. Hardly likely !!!- another protected species.

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« 2020-Mar-25, 11:07 PM Reply #2080 »
Just did my videos of Warwick Farm Today. Saw a convicted punting jockey give one a "run' in the second race. What is wrong with these imbeciles they employ as so called "Stewards" ? Blind Freddie could see it wasn't there . Not as if this cove can't ride. Why don't they just rub them out like they used to. Of course they asked the trainer plenty of questions. Hardly likely !!!- another protected species.

Missed the start pretty badly and I think the head on would show that it was a bit tight in the last 200m.

Stiff? By golly yes. Goes into the black book. Given a run? No way. He was getting stuck into it.

Mum was a good horse who won the Reg Allen and mum is a half sister to to stakes winners in Repatriations and Retrieve. 2015 Dubai World Cup winner Prince Bishop is in the extended family.

Definitely one to follow and will be suited by races longer than 1100m.

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« 2020-Mar-26, 07:32 AM Reply #2081 »
Interesting how we see thing differently..

When I watched the replay looking for one given a “run” all I could see was Xylaroo. In Singos colours and I thought that was a tad harsh



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« 2020-Mar-26, 09:04 AM Reply #2082 »
Xylaroo – Was hampered on jumping by Forbidden Jewel which shifted in. From a wide barrier was then shifted behind runners in the early stages. An explanation was sought from rider N. Rawiller with respect to his riding of the filly rounding the home turn and in particular whether there was an opportunity to shift out to a position immediately trailing Drizzle when it improved into the race approaching the 400m. Rider N. Rawiller stated that Xylaroo was a big striding filly and passing the 500m when obliged to race in restricted room between Drizzle and Raison D'Etre, Xylaroo became unbalanced. He added that as a consequence he felt it was in the best interest of the filly to keep it balanced rounding the home turn rather than place Xylaroo under pressure and shift it wider on the track. While Stewards acknowledge that Xylaroo became unbalanced passing the 500m when racing in restricted room they nevertheless informed N. Rawiller that in their view the most advantageous option would have been to shift to a trailling position on the back of Drizzle approaching the 400m which would have enabled him to shift wider in the early part of the straight and give the filly clear and uninterrupted running to the finishing line. A post-race veterinary examination revealed a small laceration to the off-hind pastern

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« 2020-Mar-26, 11:22 AM Reply #2083 »
I thought you were referring to the Godolphin filly as well, Gunbower.......I was going to defend the horse and rider myself.

The filly in the blue and white is quite a different story......having a day out for sure ......three usual suspects there.

This term Racing NSW now uses for mid-week and other meetings....'industry race meeting' has always bothered me.
I feel it implies that you can get away with a bit .....any loosening of racing rules are far too easily open to abuse.

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« 2020-Mar-26, 06:54 PM Reply #2084 »
Always thought you were a good judge Nemisis !! As for poor old Poison he probably thinks George Freeman was a choirboy.

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« 2020-Mar-28, 12:20 PM Reply #2085 »
John Allen wasted no time getting one away in the 1st today at Bendigo.

Some interesting decisions taken in the run  :shutup:

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« 2020-Mar-28, 03:24 PM Reply #2086 »
Looking at the finish of the Tancred, Bowman cost me a straight out trifecta with a lack of vigour around the 100-200m. I could be wrong but he should had 2nd.

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« 2020-Mar-28, 03:31 PM Reply #2087 »
Fully agree mate. Cost me the F4
Definitely stopped riding

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« 2020-Mar-29, 03:08 AM Reply #2088 »
Always thought you were a good judge Nemisis !! As for poor old Poison he probably thinks George Freeman was a choirboy.

When did Nash Rawiller become a "convicted punting jockey"??

You'd better be careful there  ;)

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« 2020-Mar-29, 12:49 PM Reply #2089 »
Bowman suspended 5th to 24th April for not riding Avilius out to the finish

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« 2020-Mar-30, 07:37 AM Reply #2090 »
I like Hughie but he deserves that. Possibly too long but needed to get something

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« 2020-Apr-09, 01:30 PM Reply #2091 »
That 4th race at the Gold Coast today servers as a reminder why I don't bet there.

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« 2020-Apr-09, 04:09 PM Reply #2092 »
That 4th race at the Gold Coast today servers as a reminder why I don't bet there.

Don’t stop there as you are on the ball. There were a lot more there today.

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« 2020-Apr-11, 06:08 PM Reply #2093 »
Cambist just got butchered in the WA derby, never a winning chance, obviously but it should have run a clear 2nd

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« 2020-Apr-12, 02:43 AM Reply #2094 »
Emerald Jockey Club Inc
Emerald Provincial | TAB
Sat 11 Apr Good 3

Race 7: Maraboon Tavern Class 6 Plate – 1200m
 
ARRESTAR – Overraced in the early and middle stages.
 
ENEMY OF MAN – Slow to begin.
 
SHOW ‘EM  - Rider reported her mount did not handle the going today.
 
HACKSAW RIDGE – Stewards opened an inquiry into jockey Watkins’s riding, particularly over the final 800m. After taking evidence from jockey Watkins and Trainer T. Austin, the matter was adjourned to allow stewards to view the previous starts and also examine betting records of the race. A post race veterinary examination failed to reveal any significant abnormalities.


https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/video-replays/player/thoroughbred/emer/20200411/race/7

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His ride on the short priced favourite in the previous race wasn't too flash either although in fairness he might have realized he was in the glue and trying to get out of it. Drew barrier 1.


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« 2020-Apr-12, 09:34 AM Reply #2095 »
The form prior was diabolically bad so maybe he just didn’t care but my god it looked suss  :lol:

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« 2020-Apr-12, 10:20 AM Reply #2096 »
That 4th race at the Gold Coast today servers as a reminder why I don't bet there.

PP, Are you referring to the slow pace?

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« 2020-Apr-12, 12:09 PM Reply #2097 »
The form prior was diabolically bad so maybe he just didn’t care but my god it looked suss   :lol:
He was on the shorter priced stablemate.....  the winner was $9 and Hacksaw was $6..... there's no money in the ring at bush meetings the prices indicate that ...they all need to be  trying every time ...often it's a case of who gets to the feed bin first ....the trainer or the horse..... it's a catch and kill yer own out west....examining the betting sheets won't show anything...it did look like it was having a run ..still hard to see why....he's no Darby Munro

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« 2020-Apr-12, 12:27 PM Reply #2098 »
PP, Are you referring to the slow pace?

Ride on the favourite out of the straight the first time in the small field.

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« 2020-Apr-17, 04:10 PM Reply #2099 »
Oh dear. Are my eyes playing tricks or did apprentice K Neal just pull Bandipur up in R9 at the Gold coast😱


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