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Offline Red

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« 2010-Jan-23, 09:35 PM Reply #25 »
Love seeing these types of stories. Trainer is also part owner, what a buzz.

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« 2010-Feb-25, 10:21 PM Reply #26 »

Chance Bye faces tough test at Rosehill

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Thursday, 25 February 2010:

Fairytale filly Chance Bye will be out to prove she is a genuine Golden Slipper contender when she faces her toughest test at Rosehill on Saturday.

The speedy youngster is unbeaten in two starts but both her wins have been in races restricted to two-year-olds bought through the Inglis sales.

On Saturday she will go head-to-head with the likes of Magic Millions placegetter Ambers Waltz, Breeders Plate winner Run For Wilson and two-time city winner Intertidal in what is shaping as an intriguing Silver Slipper (1100m).

Also in the mix is Widden Stakes winner Georgette Silk from the stable of Clarry Conners.

A renowned trainer of juveniles, Conners has won the Golden Slipper four times with Tierce (1991), Burst (1992), Prowl (1998) and Belle Du Jour (2000).

He rates Georgette Silk as highly as that quartet but is wary of the Michael Tubman-trained Chance Bye on Saturday.

While some people have questioned the calibre of horses Chance Bye has beaten, Conners has no doubt the $15,000 bargain buy is the real deal.

"Oh yes. Her record is there and she makes the speed and keeps going," Conners said.

"She's been very impressive."

Chance Bye has drawn barrier eight with Georgette Silk to jump from the outside alley in the 11-horse field.

Blake Shinn has retained the mount on Georgette Silk although Conners is unsure whether he will be able to stick with her for the duration of the autumn due to his commitment to Gai Waterhouse as her stable rider.

"That's the only thing with Blake and Nash (Rawiller), because they are obliged to ride for Gai," Conners said.

"I'll just take it race by race and if something happens, well there are a lot of good jockeys around."

The Silver Slipper is set to provide a key guide to the Golden Slipper prospects of several youngsters with six of the runners - Chance Bye ($11), Run For Wilson ($17), Georgette Silk ($21), Intertidal ($26), Ambers Waltz ($26) and Divorces ($26) - among the top 20 juveniles in betting for the $3.5 million showpiece.

With less than six weeks until the Easter Saturday race, the Silver Slipper winner will also receive a crucial prizemoney boost and exemption from any Golden Slipper ballot.

Chance Bye is chief among those who need to win to move up the order of entry as despite banking more than $340,000, her prizemoney does not count towards the Golden Slipper because it was won in restricted races.






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« 2010-Feb-27, 01:56 PM Reply #27 »
20 minutes away from seeing just how good this 2yo is. Run for Wilson and Amber's Waltz will keep it honest. 

Go Chance Bye  :no1:

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:01 PM Reply #28 »
I certainly wont be on it.

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:02 PM Reply #29 »
I certainly wont be on it.

A fat bloke i know said it CANNOTwin.... i'm on!!!!!!!!!!!!!  

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:03 PM Reply #30 »
i won't be on it either - but gee I hope it wins

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:04 PM Reply #31 »
I certainly wont be on it.

Neither will I, but, by God, I hope she wins.

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:17 PM Reply #32 »
Brilliant frontrunning display. Great win, well done to all involved  :no1: :no1: :no1: :no1: :no1: :no1:

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:18 PM Reply #33 »
Amber's Waltz good enough.  

Good on the winner though, full credit.

:beer:

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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:30 PM Reply #34 »
At the furlong I thought Amber's Waltz could/would run here down, but I don't think she made an inch on her over the last 30 metres.
Maybe I need to see it again to confirm, but that was the impression I got.

Good run by Divorces after being slow away.


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« 2010-Feb-27, 02:54 PM Reply #35 »
Superb win   emthup

Would like to see Auth's bet over 1400-1600

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« 2010-Mar-02, 11:41 PM Reply #36 »

$200,000 for Chance Bye’s sister
Clinton Payne
Tuesday, 2 March 2010

It only took one bid for the three-quarter sister to current Golden Slipper favourite Chance Bye to be sold at the Inglis Premier Yearling sale at the Oaklands sale complex in Victoria on Wednesday.

Described as “a real collector’s item” by the auctioneer, the daughter of Choisir only attracted a solitary bid from Clinton McDonald of McDonald Racing before being sold by Torryburn Stud for $200,000.

Last Saturday, the filly’s value got a huge shot in the arm when Chance Bye led all the way to win the Group II Silver Slipper Stakes.

The dam of the yearling and Chance Bye is Rogue Femme, a daughter of Red Ransom and a half sister to the former speedster High Rolling.

The top price of the day was $400,000 for two individual lots by Redoute’s Choice.

The first lot to reach the sale topping figure was a filly out of New Zealand Group II winner Maze while it was matched when a colt out of the two time winner in Japan, Oceanette was sold.



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« 2010-Sep-22, 01:12 PM Reply #37 »
I heard yesterday, the trainer is claiming she is 6 lengths better on her melbourne leg :chin:

bet up on Friday night

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« 2010-Sep-22, 01:18 PM Reply #38 »
I seen that in the paper but I think that Mick might be prone to exaggerate

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« 2010-Sep-22, 01:23 PM Reply #39 »
:yes:

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« 2010-Sep-24, 11:31 PM Reply #40 »
interesting run tonight looked gone and SC didn't help but stuck on

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« 2010-Nov-04, 10:20 AM Reply #41 »
Will she be given a chance by her Jockey, What will her jockey be doing between now and Chance Byes race ?   :rant:

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« 2017-Apr-13, 03:27 PM Reply #42 »
BYE SEE (AUS)Bay filly 2013 
Sebring
Chestnut 2005
More Than Ready
Bay or brown 1997
Southern Halo
Bay 1983
Halo
Bay or brown 1969
Hail to Reason
Cosmah
1958
1953
4-n
2-d
Northern Sea
Bay 1974
Northern Dancer
Sea Saga
1961
1968
2-d
16-g
Woodman's Girl
Bay 1990
Woodman
Chestnut 1983
Mr Prospector
Playmate
1970
1975
13-c
1-s
Becky Be Good
Bay 1981
Naskra
Good Landing
1967
1965
3-e
1-s
Purespeed
Bay 1998
Flying Spur
Bay 1992
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Razyana
1977
1981
7-a
2-d
Rolls
Chestnut 1984
Mr Prospector
Grand Luxe
1970
1974
13-c
4-g
Lady Moulin
Bay 1982
Luskin Star
Chestnut 1974
Kaoru Star
Promising
1965
1968
31>
2-e
Willowy
Brown 1973
Better Boy
Far Vista
1951
1966
2-n
6-c
Chance Bye
Bay 2007
Snitzel
Bay 2002
Redoute's Choice
Bay 1996
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Razyana
1977
1981
7-a
2-d
Shantha's Choice
Bay 1992
Canny Lad
Dancing Show
1987
1983
14>
8-f
Snippets' Lass
Bay 1993
Snippets
Bay 1984
Lunchtime
Easy Date
1970
1977
7-f
20-a
Snow Finch
Bay 1984
Storm Bird
A Realgirl
1978
1976
4-j
2-c
Rouge Femme
Bay 2001
Red Ransom
Bay 1987
Roberto
Bay 1969
Hail to Reason
Bramalea
1958
1959
4-n
12-c
Arabia
Bay 1977
Damascus
Christmas Wind
1964
1967
8-h
6-b
Woman of Valor
Bay 1987
Lyphard
Bay 1969
Northern Dancer
Goofed
1961
1960
2-d
17-b
Warfever
Chestnut 1975
Luthier
War Path
1965
1963
14-c
1-e
 Ancestor duplications:Hail to Reason5m x 5m Northern Dancer5f x 5m Mr Prospector5m,5f x 
  Danehill4m x 4m


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