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O.P. « 2009-Dec-19, 12:15 PM »

CHANCE BYE (AUS) Bay filly 2007  
 

 

All Eyes On $15K Snitzel Filly

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Thursday, 17 December 2009: Snitzel filly Chance Bye may well make a lie of her $15,000 purchase price when she lines up in the inaugural $250,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick this Saturday.

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The Michael Tubman trained filly won a recent 800m trial at Kembla Grange by 12 lengths. While the opposition is unknown, she was able to clock a slick 46.39 for the trial, which was a full 2 seconds quicker than the 3yo Maiden trial on the same day.

A first crop daughter of Snitzel, Chance Bye was secured by Tubman from the Glenlee draft at this year's Inglis Classic Sale.

Despite the cheap purchase price, Chance Bye is from quite a strong female pedigree.

She is a very close relation to Snippets' Listed Breeders' Plate winner High Rolling, being from that galloper's Red Ransom half-sister Rouge Femme.

Another half-sister to Rouge Femme is Aspirant, who produced last season's slick juvenile High Roll'n Woman and stakes placed Geiger Spirit.

Chance Bye's third dam Warfever was a G1 winner in the US and it is also the family of G1 Canterbury Guineas winner Jymcarew.

Redoute's Choice stallion Snitzel is already the sire of dual Sydney winner Intertidal this season.

The Inglis Nursery is a new race added to the calendar, restricted to horses sold through Inglis Yearling Sales that are nominated for the $2.6million Inglis Race Series.



Michael Tubman - Tue 22/12/09
Tells the story behind smart 2yo Chance By which saw thousands ripped from the bookmakers in a good old fashioned plonk at Randwick on Saturday
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CHANCE BYE (AUS) Bay filly 2007  
Snitzel
Bay 2002
Redoute's Choice
Bay 1996
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Bay 1977
Northern Dancer
Pas de Nom
1961
1968
2-d
7-a
Razyana
Bay 1981
His Majesty
Spring Adieu
1968
1974
4-d
2-d
Shantha's Choice
Bay 1992
Canny Lad
Brown 1987
Bletchingly
Jesmond Lass
1970
1975
7-a
14>
Dancing Show
Bay 1983
Nijinsky
Show Lady
1967
1976
8-f
8-f
Snippets' Lass
Bay 1993
Snippets
Bay 1984
Lunchtime
Chestnut 1970
Silly Season
Great Occasion
1962
1965
1-g
7-f
Easy Date
Bay 1977
Grand Chaudiere
Scampering
1968
1970
19-b
20-a
Snow Finch
Bay 1984
Storm Bird
Bay 1978
Northern Dancer
South Ocean
1961
1967
2-d
4-j
A Realgirl
Bay 1976
In Reality
Secret Verdict
1964
1966
21-a
2-c
Rouge Femme
Bay 2001
Red Ransom
Bay 1987
Roberto
Bay 1969
Hail to Reason
Brown 1958
Turn-To
Nothirdchance
1951
1948
1-w
4-n
Bramalea
Bay or brown 1959
Nashua
Rarelea
1952
1949
3-m
12-c
Arabia
Bay 1977
Damascus
Bay 1964
Sword Dancer
Kerala
1956
1958
1-o
8-h
Christmas Wind
Bay 1967
Nearctic
Bally Free
1954
1960
14-c
6-b
Woman of Valor
Bay 1987
Lyphard
Bay 1969
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Goofed
Chestnut 1960
Court Martial
Barra
1942
1950
1-p
17-b
Warfever
Chestnut 1975
Luthier
Brown 1965
Klairon
Flute Enchantee
1952
1950
1-w
14-c
War Path
Bay 1963
Blue Prince
Alyxia
1951
1951
16-c
1-e
  Ancestor duplications: Northern Dancer 5m,5m x 4m   Nearctic x 5f,5m        
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« 2009-Dec-19, 12:16 PM Reply #1 »
I have a feeling this filly is going to be a great story.


Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2009-Dec-19, 12:18 PM Reply #2 »
Good luck to the owner and trainer.

Great story, hope she goes on with it.

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« 2009-Dec-19, 12:23 PM Reply #3 »
I love the filly already...I layed the runner up  :biggrin:  :beer:

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« 2009-Dec-19, 12:27 PM Reply #4 »
Add Were Gunna Rock to the list of impressive first start winners..... :beer:

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« 2009-Dec-24, 01:59 PM Reply #5 »

One lucky rooster

HAVING a rooster live with a horse is not the perfect match, according to the Chinese zodiac. The rooster is more compatible with an ox or a snake, with these pairings believed to deliver good luck and prosperity.

But try telling that to one-time battling Kembla horse trainer Michael Tubman.

The 62-year-old horseman is adamant his luck changed for the better the day a rooster wandered uninvited in to his stable.

The rooster, which is simply called Rooster, lobbed just in time for Tubman's talented two-year-old Chance Bye's first serious gallop.

In a matter of weeks, Chance Bye has developed into a top-grade juvenile and a winner of the $250,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick last Saturday.

She also was the centre of a large-scale betting plunge that Tubman says has set him up for life.

"Ever since the rooster arrived, things have just turned to gold," Tubman said.

"My luck has never been better while he [the rooster] has just been a calming influence on the place - all the horses have been eating well and are really settled."

Tubman has no idea where Rooster lived previously and, quite simply, he doesn't care.

All he knows is that his feathery friend is now part of the furniture at his Kembla stables. "He is not going anywhere now," Tubman chuckled. "Why would I give up my lucky rooster? I am convinced he has brought me luck."

Tubman has been dabbling in horse training for some time. He currently has three charges in work, including Chance Bye.

A carpet layer by trade, Tubman has also chanced his arm at the greyhound caper.

He had a 10-year hiatus from thoroughbred racing after a promising galloper he prepared broke down, but with Chance Bye on track for the Golden Slipper, Tubman is glad to be back.

The impressive Randwick winner has been sent out for a short break this week and returns to the stables on Monday.

"The plan is to give her another start on January 19 in another one of those Inglis races," he said.

"From there we will look at how to get her to the Golden Slipper.

"I have never trained a two-year-old before so it is all new to me. I have been taking advice from plenty of other trainers, including Gerald Ryan, who trained her sire Snitzel. I would rather ask for advice and get it right than just do what I think is right and end up stuffing it up.

"You only get one chance with a horse like this, especially two-year-olds, so I've got to make the most of it."

You can be sure the rooster will be there for the ride.

Rooster

Good luck charm...Spara the rooster at MIck Tubman's Kembla Grange stables. Pictu Tracee Lea Source: The Daily Telegraph


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« 2009-Dec-24, 07:05 PM Reply #6 »
Anyone hear the interview on Sky Sports Radio by Greg Radley?

Was a great story, you couldn't help but laugh at the way the whole story unfolded and how he came to get the filly, He didn't hold back on anything other than when asked how much they got out of her 1st win and his reply was 'plenty' and 'set me up for life'

Good to see a battler get a good'un  :thumbsup:

The interview is podcast here http://www.skysportsradio.com.au/media/podcasts/mediafiles.php?pid=2
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« 2009-Dec-24, 07:12 PM Reply #7 »
Thanks Gintara, And Merry Christmas to you.

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« 2009-Dec-24, 07:31 PM Reply #8 »
Anyone hear the interview on Sky Sports Radio by Greg Radley?

Was a great story, you couldn't help but laugh at the way the whole story unfolded and how he came to get the filly, He didn't hold back on anything other than when asked how much they got out of her 1st win and his reply was 'plenty' and 'set me up for life'

Good to see a battler get a good'un  :thumbsup:

The interview is podcast here  :no1:http://www.skysportsradio.com.au/media/podcasts/mediafiles.php?pid=2

Good Very good  :no1:

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« 2010-Jan-20, 06:00 PM Reply #9 »
Hasnt Michael Tubman put the pressure on this filly. His comments like "No 2 year old in Australia can get near her" and "she will run sub 1.09 for 1200m" are really silly and I hope for his sake he doesnt end up with egg on his face. :/ :/ :/ :/ :/

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« 2010-Jan-20, 06:41 PM Reply #10 »
It's all guess work at this stage but my gut is that she'll back it up

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« 2010-Jan-20, 08:35 PM Reply #11 »
Hasnt Michael Tubman put the pressure on this filly.

Has he sent her to therapy to deal with it?

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« 2010-Jan-20, 08:38 PM Reply #12 »
Yes, he has built himself up for abit of a fall if she fails, but I am not sure she'd be feeling the pressure, Good luck to him though.    emthup

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« 2010-Jan-20, 08:40 PM Reply #13 »
I hope for his sake he doesnt end up with egg on his face.

Don't forget there's a thread for him if he does   :biggrin:

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« 2010-Jan-23, 02:57 PM Reply #14 »
I just hope Kathy retains the ride if she keeps winning.

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:02 PM Reply #15 »
What a great story this is going to be to follow. Trainer has said he has already been set up with $$$ by the horse. The rest is cream.  8-)

I just hope Kathy retains the ride if she keeps winning.

I doubt very much he'll take her off.

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:02 PM Reply #16 »
Yeah she'll stick.

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:04 PM Reply #17 »
Awesome win  :thumbsup:

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:16 PM Reply #18 »
Yeah she'll stick.

What, do you think she'd get off  :rolleyes:

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:18 PM Reply #19 »
Well she probably had an orgasm, that'll help making her stick   :lol:

Now how long before this post gets deleted?  :/

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:28 PM Reply #20 »
Yeah she'll stick.

What makes Tubman different to 90% of trainers then?

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« 2010-Jan-23, 03:29 PM Reply #21 »
Well she probably had an orgasm, that'll help making her stick    :lol:  

Now how long before this post gets deleted?  :/


Highly offensive post. He mentioned the word 'stick' ffs   :lol:

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« 2010-Jan-23, 08:10 PM Reply #22 »
I had good mail for the second horse (who ran really well himself) but was nowhere near the winner. Another top effort!

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« 2010-Jan-23, 08:18 PM Reply #23 »
Top win but it was a very on pace day

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« 2010-Jan-23, 08:36 PM Reply #24 »
I'm not sure how far she'll go.

But it's great that they are having the ride they are.  emthup


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