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Offline Jeunes

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« 2019-Jul-20, 01:27 PM Reply #2050 »
Race 4 Sydney Velocitea. Lovely ride by Shinn not to push out where the winners have been coming especially as the horse outside was starting to tire. Kept trying to find runners on the inside when the horses in front were shifting in.

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« 2019-Aug-03, 06:08 PM Reply #2051 »
Mitch Pateman on Rebel King take a bow.

Hands up an easy lead over a 1000m only to struggle to get clear running behind the leaders heals and then kicking through to run a close 3rd.

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« 2019-Aug-10, 03:44 PM Reply #2052 »
Collett on Costello

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« 2019-Aug-11, 07:19 AM Reply #2053 »

Victim of circumstances?
« Last Edit: 2019-Aug-11, 07:24 AM by wily ole dog »

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« 2019-Aug-11, 01:29 PM Reply #2054 »
The bookies seem to be Nostradamus on how they pick up on certain bad rides in Sydney before the race starts especially over the last few weeks

We have had some reversals from favs winning one week then really bad the next or horses winning from the front after not leading previous start when they ie Torajoy.

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« 2019-Aug-24, 04:46 PM Reply #2055 »
Northern Divine goes around in the last without the inept Fradd :thumbsup:

Nothings changed up there in the north.

Wirnpa in the 4th at the Goldie  :lol:

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« 2019-Aug-24, 09:36 PM Reply #2056 »
McEvoy missed the boat in a couple of races today. Not sure if it was bad luck or positioning of his horses in Adana, Avillus and Roheryn.

When he is on fire, he is good to back but sometimes it just pays to watch.

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« 2019-Aug-26, 03:48 PM Reply #2057 »
Adana was a horrible watch  :sick: looked to have plenty to offer before being hopelessly pocketed while both Avilius & Roheryn we're just too far back to be given any hope  :shrug:

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« 2019-Oct-05, 04:40 PM Reply #2058 »
The jock on Mystic Journey  :mad: :mad: :mad:

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« 2019-Oct-05, 06:57 PM Reply #2059 »
There were some shockers in Brisbane today. It is almost a no go zone at times if the horse is not backed.

Kalgoorlie is almost like that today.

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« 2019-Nov-17, 02:52 PM Reply #2060 »
James McDonald had two winners at Newcastle....but he should have made it three if he didn't get boxed in on Juventus he missed the bus completely.

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2019Nov16&VenueCode=MTY0MjU1Nw==&RaceNumber=8&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=Stewards

Giddy Up :beer:
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« 2019-Nov-17, 06:03 PM Reply #2061 »
Geez Arsey, you’re a harsh judge.
Run of the race and the horse did zilch. Not the jocks fault

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« 2019-Nov-17, 08:27 PM Reply #2062 »
Brock Ryan on Outrageous deserves an 'honourable' mention  :dry:

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« 2019-Nov-21, 04:40 PM Reply #2063 »
Oh dear ......it may be a donkey with insipid form but L Tilley on Our Tax Return in the 7th at Scone can only be described as “uninterested”

Do others agree?



https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2019Nov21&VenueCode=MjQwOTIyNQ==&RaceNumber=7&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay



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« 2019-Dec-01, 11:25 AM Reply #2064 »
Bobbing–when questioned regarding his riding from the 600m, rider J Innes Jr stated his instructionswere to allow the gelding to settle back in the field with a view to shifting to the outside in the straight to provide it with clear racing room. He said, after settling towards the rear of the field, he was positioned to the inside of Mr Garcia and had anticipated that runner to either improve or to give ground, which would have afforded him the opportunity to shift out. He added that when Mr Garcia maintained its position directly to his outside,he was unable to shift out when positioned behind Testashadow and Sambro and as a consequence was badly held up between the 400m and the 200m. J Innes Jr further stated that inside the 200m he was obliged to steady his mount and shift to the outside of Mr Garcia, whereby Bobbing
obtained clear running at the 150m, where it was able to be balanced and finished the race off strongly. After considering his explanation, Stewards found that J Innes Jr had not ridden his mount in an unreasonable manner, given his instructions and his positioning in the middle stages of the event.

One to put in the not blameworthy case file ........still a poor result for those who made it favourite possibly will go to the Villiers if it makes the field would be on the limit.

Another one to catch my eye was the ride and run of Wapiti a very nice 3yo having only its third start in a race ......finished a very creditable fourth in R4 at Doomben on level weights after giving start  ran on strongly out wide one to follow.


Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2019-Dec-07, 03:08 PM Reply #2065 »
Race 3 Rosehill.

Did Acquittal take charge of Collett ?

Stewards' report should make interesting reading.

I'm not a big fan of this bloke..

Had no bet -not talkin' thru my pocket.

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« 2019-Dec-07, 04:57 PM Reply #2066 »
Doomben race 8 Fradd Le Juge  :shutup:  :sick:

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« 2019-Dec-07, 09:45 PM Reply #2067 »
Doomben race 8 Fradd Le Juge  :shutup:  :sick:

I was on him. I think the barrier killed him rather than the jockey. He knew he was in trouble before the turn.

Zero luck and hardly had a hitout.

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« 2019-Dec-08, 07:06 AM Reply #2068 »
Race 3 Rosehill.

Did Acquittal take charge of Collett ?

Stewards' report should make interesting reading.

I'm not a big fan of this bloke..

Had no bet -not talkin' thru my pocket.

Jock or horse.
I think both are on the  nose

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« 2019-Dec-08, 07:08 AM Reply #2069 »
Doomben race 8 Fradd Le Juge  :shutup:  :sick:

I didn’t notice it in the run but as soon as I see Fradd, or Collett mentioned in this thread, I’m not surprised


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