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Online sobig

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« 2020-Apr-17, 04:41 PM Reply #2100 »
I think he stopped riding as the winner hit the front so no affect on the result imo

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« 2020-Apr-17, 04:46 PM Reply #2101 »
Cool, Iíll look again. It is a tricky angle but I though he took a grip before post

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« 2020-Apr-17, 06:04 PM Reply #2102 »
 I thought It was before the post but after the winner had hit the front

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« 2020-Apr-17, 07:11 PM Reply #2103 »
I thought It was before the post but after the winner had hit the front
I was riding the winner from the distance .....when I go for the doctor they seldom get beaten...... top tote$20.30  and $4 the place marvellous  ride by both of us.  :lol:

Jockey N. Keal (BANDIPUR) was reminded of his obligations to ride his mounts out to the finish.

https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/full-calendar/thoroughbred/meeting/gcst/20200417/race/9
 

Giddy Up :beer:
« Last Edit: 2020-Apr-17, 07:20 PM by Arsenal »

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« 2020-Apr-18, 02:05 PM Reply #2104 »
Oliver on Mr Quickie.

At least give the horse a chance FFS  :wacko:

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« 2020-Apr-18, 03:59 PM Reply #2105 »
Agree Gin but heís not a patch on B Looker.
How he escapes scrutiny from the powders at be Iíll never know

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« 2020-Apr-18, 05:31 PM Reply #2106 »
Have at look at the ride on the favourite in the 4th at Toowoomba  :nowink:

Rides on the stablemates in Race 6 at Doomben - both favourites - one of them easing horribly. Will be looking to see if the stewards said anything  :nowink:

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« 2020-Apr-25, 06:24 PM Reply #2107 »
Cambist just got butchered in the WA derby, never a winning chance, obviously but it should have run a clear 2nd

They axed the jock but itís drawn 14 and fave.
Iíll back the Peters horse instead. Pike has been replaced on it

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« 2020-Apr-25, 08:02 PM Reply #2108 »
Just watched the replays at the Sunshine Coast Today. Always amazes me that the brain deads who pose as Stewards never contemplate asking a question when  a runner after finding clear air in the straight suddenly ducks back to the inside to smell the posterior of a slower conveyance. Maybe allowable with a 3kg bundle of joy but you would think a senior rider would be under far more scrutiny. It is simply one of the oldest ways known to "hook " one . Watch Race 5. He had established his run to the outside of the inside horse. Only other interpretation is that he has lost his nerve. Either way it doesn't get a mention in that nonsense called a "Steward's Report "

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« 2020-Apr-25, 08:36 PM Reply #2109 »
They axed the jock but itís drawn 14 and fave.
Iíll back the Peters horse instead. Pike has been replaced on it

Best system in racing. I jump of through a well thought out logic and they bolt in  :lol:

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« 2020-Apr-25, 08:42 PM Reply #2110 »
Gun, can you expand. Iíve looked but I cant really see what youíre referring to

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« 2020-Apr-25, 11:31 PM Reply #2111 »
If you watch a replay of the 2nd race at Flemington, you'll see one of the worst rides ever on a winner.

I have no idea what Oliver was doing at the top of the straight deliberately staying inside of horses. He's almost lucky there was no run and he had to check and come to the outside.

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« 2020-Apr-26, 08:17 AM Reply #2112 »
Oh dear, no wonder the stewards vision is not available on racing.com.
There were some other nice runs in the race
On another note, some runners caught badly in traffic, how many in the field? lol:

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« 2020-Apr-26, 12:24 PM Reply #2113 »
Best system in racing. I jump of through a well thought out logic and they bolt in  :lol:


We were a bit stiff on the Peters horse, 3 deep the trip and interrupted passage in the straight but still runs on to nab 3rd  :wacko:

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« 2020-Apr-26, 12:26 PM Reply #2114 »
Gun, can you expand. Iíve looked but I cant really see what youíre referring to

Vega One? Went straight into the blackbook after going to the line under double wraps.

Looks like the stewards want to ask questions too, might be a holiday coming up for the jock.

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« 2020-Apr-27, 02:00 PM Reply #2115 »
Just catching up now.

Geez that ride on Vega one stank. I heard the trainer say he didnít think he could win as it was too short a trip but my god, li looked like they hooked it

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« 2020-Apr-29, 08:13 PM Reply #2116 »
Just did the videos from the Sunshine Coast Today. Again it emphasized to me the huge difference between "Race " Jockeys  and really track work riders. Watch L Cassidy in the first when he gets into a sticky  situation and how quickly he looks and finds a way out. Compare that to some like K Gates on a stable mate in Race 4  who seems to take half an hour to realize you cant go inside the running rail. Wasn't on it but know it should have finished a lot closer with a different pilot.

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« 2020-May-10, 03:19 PM Reply #2117 »
R8 Toowoomba #1 Miss Cavallo

Miss A Patis wasnít a bad ride but when a young girl getting a claim is on board donít expect an6 vigour


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« 2020-May-10, 07:31 PM Reply #2118 »
Yes Wily totally useless but no more or less than expected with that rider on. The horse from the Edmonds stable went like a mule; but of course the brain deads who masquerade as Stewards never considered asking any questions of connections. Must have been afternoon tea time.

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« 2020-May-10, 08:03 PM Reply #2119 »

Lord have mercy.... when kicks talk (and administrators fail)



........ stewards investigation ... runners lose ...... talking wallets ...... alias 'the kick'...... the kid rode a good race in a big field of immature horses over an unfamiliar distance


Has placed in two runs from five this campaign. Couldn't hold on and just missed last start at Ipswich. Has placed twice at Toowoomba before. Right in this.


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« 2020-May-10, 09:57 PM Reply #2120 »
Surely you are back in your facility by now.

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« 2020-May-11, 09:32 PM Reply #2121 »
Apprentice Chris Graham has some explaining to do over in WA for his ride in race 6 last Sat at Ascot on Pushin' Shapes.

I actually didn't see this one live and only went back after catching up on the 'twitter outrage' later that evening. Judge for yourself but the lack of vigor doesn't look good, an inquiry has been adjourned for a later date. Ironically I was super keen his ride in the last (Dark Choice) but was left scratching my head as the horse didn't fire a shot nor did he seem to make any effort to improve  :shrug:

Clearly something isn't right  :what:

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« 2020-May-11, 10:09 PM Reply #2122 »
Apprentice Chris Graham has some explaining to do over in WA for his ride in race 6 last Sat at Ascot on Pushin' Shapes.

I actually didn't see this one live and only went back after catching up on the 'twitter outrage' later that evening. Judge for yourself but the lack of vigor doesn't look good, an inquiry has been adjourned for a later date. Ironically I was super keen his ride in the last (Dark Choice) but was left scratching my head as the horse didn't fire a shot nor did he seem to make any effort to improve  :shrug:

Clearly something isn't right  :what:

Weirdest thing Gin -

I had a couple of dollars on his mount in the last. Don't follow WA racing that closely and so I watched his ride in the 7th race (didn't think to watch the 6th race) and thought the ride was only so-so so I didn't have much on.

His ride in the 7th race is exactly the same sort of "drop out to last" ride as the 6th race - compare the vigour however in Race 7 compared to Race 6.

And then. Guess where his mount settled in the last race!! Last early and 2nd last on the fence during the run. Just took a peek and the vigour was similar to Race 6.

I can understand why people are a bit upset but I'm wondering if this is a kid who needs a bit more time getting experience away from the city tracks before he is allowed to ride in town.

As for the tactics of dropping out?

Pushin Shapes has no regular pattern - either midfield or back in the field.
Cryptic Love always gets back and runs on
Dark Choice always gets back

Chris Graham has had 6 winners and 14 placings from his last 50 rides - that's pretty good.

I'll put all 3 in the blackbook with the comment "needs senior rider".

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« 2020-May-12, 08:57 AM Reply #2123 »
He needs to be outed for some considerable amount of time.
I was on both Pushin Shapes and Dark Choice :sad:

DC was excusable but the other one :mad: :mad: :shutup:

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« 2020-May-12, 09:32 AM Reply #2124 »
He needs to be outed for some considerable amount of time.
I was on both Pushin Shapes and Dark Choice :sad:

I saw nothing wrong with the ride; Pinsson won, didn't it?
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