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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Dec-29, 08:02 AM Reply #2000 »
Very harsh Bubba. I don’t think the kid did anything wrong. Unlucky circumstances but not a bad ride as such

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« 2019-Jan-01, 10:23 PM Reply #2001 »
Some rides in Beaudesert today were interesting to say the least.

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« 2019-Jan-02, 07:59 PM Reply #2002 »
Jess Taylor wins the prize again. Totally no idea. Watch her ride in the last at the Sapphire Coast Today. Managed to sit 4 deep after slaughtering it at its previous start as well . You gotta wonder if some owners and trainers actually want to win races when they keep putting on these work riders in actual races. Maybe they should only allow them to ride in races where the horse draws a marble under 5. This class of rider should be banished to the Picnic or non - TAB circuit.

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« 2019-Jan-03, 07:45 AM Reply #2003 »
Gun,  before hanging her I’d love to hear the trainers instructions.
She was drawn the outside and they kicked up on her

Lady Juliana should have finished much closer

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« 2019-Jan-03, 05:13 PM Reply #2004 »
Wily, So she got caught 4 deep. Good riders have a Plan B. The dummies have no idea. Surely you don't think that jockeys should stay in lanes like at the Athletics! I am reminded of a quote from the former Sydney trainer Dr Geoff Chapman when he was questioned by a member of the Press about "what instructions he gave Shane Dye before his horse Dr Grace won a WFA event in Melbourne. " Chapman laughed heartily at the question and replied " I don't give jockeys instructions ; it is a total waste of time. Good ones don't need them and bad ones can't follow them ". She is in the latter.

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« 2019-Jan-03, 05:14 PM Reply #2005 »
Slaughter job of the day goes to RElliott on Rondinella in the 7th at Te Aroha
Ease to the outside on the turn it wins, instead  :shutup: :shutup:

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« 2019-Jan-19, 07:52 PM Reply #2006 »
Watch the ride of a jockey at Kembla Today in Race 6 who has more established form for hooking them than just about any jockey in the land. His ride was on a Group 1 winning trainer's neddy. After he suffered a sore neck from looking around ; he rode it  out with all the power of  a kid on a merry go round at the show.  And what did the racecourse protectors of punters's moneys do  ? I was referring to the Stewards. Absolutely zilch. I think they should sack the guys who pick up the dungs and just let the Stewards do it. It is something there is a faint chance they may be capable of. They are certainly there for no other reason.

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« 2019-Jan-19, 08:43 PM Reply #2007 »
Watch the ride of a jockey at Kembla Today in Race 6 who has more established form for hooking them than just about any jockey in the land. His ride was on a Group 1 winning trainer's neddy. After he suffered a sore neck from looking around ; he rode it  out with all the power of  a kid on a merry go round at the show.  And what did the racecourse protectors of punters's moneys do  ? I was referring to the Stewards. Absolutely zilch. I think they should sack the guys who pick up the dungs and just let the Stewards do it. It is something there is a faint chance they may be capable of. They are certainly there for no other reason.

don't follow you here Gunn
I have watched the replay  5 times now can't see which horse you are talking about ?

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« 2019-Jan-20, 07:01 AM Reply #2008 »
Slaughter job of the day goes to RElliott on Rondinella in the 7th at Te Aroha
Ease to the outside on the turn it wins, instead  :shutup: :shutup:

Bolted in at its next start :clap2:

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« 2019-Jan-20, 07:14 AM Reply #2009 »
Watch the ride of a jockey at Kembla Today in Race 6 who has more established form for hooking them than just about any jockey in the land. His ride was on a Group 1 winning trainer's neddy. After he suffered a sore neck from looking around ; he rode it  out with all the power of  a kid on a merry go round at the show.  And what did the racecourse protectors of punters's moneys do  ? I was referring to the Stewards. Absolutely zilch. I think they should sack the guys who pick up the dungs and just let the Stewards do it. It is something there is a faint chance they may be capable of. They are certainly there for no other reason.

Not sure if you mean Elissa but watch him from the time the horse jumps. Woeful ride
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« 2019-Jan-20, 02:16 PM Reply #2010 »
Interesting ride on Gawler race 4no 1 Franked. Horse was 3 deep and then rounding the turn went even wider and finished 4th.

Winner and place getters were well inside Franked. Good horse to follow for later.

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« 2019-Jan-20, 03:09 PM Reply #2011 »
Not sure the one at Kembla was just a "woeful ride ". Didn't look anything like his good rides of which there are plenty. Obviously the stipes  were asleep at the wheel as usual. They really are just there for the afternoon tea and little else. Surely the bloke is a habitual offender and some questions should have been asked.

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« 2019-Jan-20, 07:42 PM Reply #2012 »
Interesting ride on Gawler race 4no 1 Franked. Horse was 3 deep and then rounding the turn went even wider and finished 4th.

Winner and place getters were well inside Franked. Good horse to follow for later.

I'm not sure he's that good a horse but maybe he'll be one of these imports who improves off a spell as this is his first prep here.  :chin:

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« 2019-Jan-20, 09:24 PM Reply #2013 »
I'm not sure he's that good a horse but maybe he'll be one of these imports who improves off a spell as this is his first prep here.  :chin:

I don’t think he will be good enough to race in Melbourne or Sydney but could be very competitive in Adelaide metro and today’s race may enhance his price.

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« 2019-Jan-21, 07:15 AM Reply #2014 »
I'd watched his last two started as I'd noted he was short in both those markets & I couldn't work out why off the Gawler maiden win.

He's in the blackbook to watch with interest   emthup

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« 2019-Jan-22, 08:47 AM Reply #2015 »
Just catching up with some replays.
R1 Ascot on Saturday. #8 Dragonflies certainly looked like a practice run at its first start or was it the jock who looked woeful in the saddle. Up high and heavy he looked like it could have been me in 5he saddle  :chin:

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« 2019-Jan-30, 06:32 PM Reply #2016 »
It was so crook i had to put it in 2 threads. The blokes a crook :rant:

There's a rile about giving a horse every chance in a race. He should be outed for today's effort


Feast your eyes on his fcking ride on the 2s on fav in the 3rd today.
Putrid :mad:
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« 2019-Feb-10, 01:48 AM Reply #2017 »
Tim Clark's ride on the short priced favourite in the first at WF yesterday raised a few eyebrows, including that of the stewards. Portelli said he was satisfied with the ride but he must have been the only one.

RACE 1: Darley Lonhro Plate (1100 metres)Time To Reign -When questioned as to why he allowed Time to Reign to travel wide and without cover, rider. T. Clark stated he had anticipated racing outside the leader. He said, after commencing well, he allowed Time to Reignto stride forward with the view of racing outside the leader, Sylvia’s Memory, but when Escaped improved quickly to his inside, he elected not to contest that position as he was satisfied to travel wide and without cover. He added that when in this position, Time to Reign overraced, would not settle, and as a consequence, when placed under pressure in the straight, did not finish the race off as well as expected. He added that in his opinion, Time to Reign would derive a fitness benefit from today’s race and was also not assisted by the rain affected going. A post-race veterinary examination revealed no abnormalities. Trainer G. Portelli stated whilst there were no specific instructions, he anticipated Time to Reign being able to take up a position in the lead. He stated that whilst expressing satisfaction with T. Clark’s ride, Time to Reignwas disadvantaged by overracing when wide and without cover.

After considering T. Clark’s explanation, Stewards advised him that he had made an error of judgment in the early stages when not being decisive and crossing to take up a position to the outside of Sylvia’s Memory, which would have avoided the colt covering unnecessary ground on the home turn

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« 2019-Feb-17, 07:46 PM Reply #2018 »
I love Tommy Berry BUT geeees he rode a shocker on my mate Pakistan Star .
What shocker had to hold his nerve and wait ten seconds , he would have been afforded a arm chair ride . (4th on the fence behind Simply Brillant )
Got stuck three wide panicked , snagged than went forward
I think the race caller was being very nice with his call
Didn't back it . Thank f#$k
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« 2019-Feb-23, 02:41 PM Reply #2019 »
Oh my lord  :shutup:

Check out the ride of Brad Stewart on Teodora (Brissy race 4)

Horse starts tracking into the race before the turn until he runs straight up the bum of something in front of it where they proceed to jog for the next 100 or so all while the race unfolds around him  >:(

Finally gets stuck back in an amazingly horse ends up beaten less than a head  :sick:

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« 2019-Feb-24, 12:18 PM Reply #2020 »
It was an absolute shocker

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« 2019-Mar-07, 02:47 PM Reply #2021 »
There's a reason Matt Paget rides in the bush  :shutup:

Check out the ride in r5 Port Macquarie on the short priced Quick Nick. Gave it zero hope that with ride, gassing it before the bend. Amazed it held on so long to finish where it did  :dry:

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« 2019-Mar-09, 08:14 PM Reply #2022 »
Just watching a hoop on one of Rex Lipp's in Dalby Today. No wonder he seems restricted to Dalby and Toowoomba.

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« 2019-Mar-14, 01:05 PM Reply #2023 »
Oh dear. The owners of  Miss Semaphore almost pulled off a big plunge. Beaten out of sight at Roma and just slaughtered by Ms RM Goldsbury in the first at Moree.
41s into 12s.....ouch

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« 2019-Mar-14, 07:51 PM Reply #2024 »
Wily a shocker. But watch the ride on a horse called "Shiver Me Timbers" in Race 3. The jockey ; and I use that terminology loosely was one Kylie Wilson Taylor. Who passes these people to ride in TAB races ? They are money munchers to punters and a danger to themselves and fellow riders.


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