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Offline Tevez17

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« 2010-Dec-20, 11:06 PM Reply #25 »
Tim Martin has a 2YO first starter in R4 a open maiden tomorrow ROCANCOURT, big impressive trialer but geez tough ask to go up against a couple of horses 2x-3x it's age.

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« 2010-Dec-20, 11:12 PM Reply #26 »
Its bred to be very very fast, its grand mother is the very speedy MagiC Music.

At the weights it is very very poorly weighted, it says set weights, how would a December 2yo have 54 kgs ?
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« 2010-Dec-21, 12:54 AM Reply #27 »
Guy Walter and Gai have a few runners tomorrow at Goulburn

Guy Walter
Race 1  VIA FACILE Mark Webber
Race 2  AMPERSAND Kathy O'Hara
Race 6  CLAM CHOWDER Kathy O'Hara
Race 7  CYBER CRIME Ben Vassallo (a1.5)
Race 7  AVARELLI (NZ) Kathy O'Hara
 Gai Waterhouse
Race 2  SAYNOMORE Stacey Rawiller (a1.5)
Race 5  SILENT REWARD Mark Newnham
Race 7  GEELONG Stacey Rawiller (a1.5)
Race 8  ACTRICE Mark Newnham

First starter Saynomore (by Hussonet) has some good city trial form.


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« 2010-Dec-22, 01:15 AM Reply #28 »

Unless they finished with in a head of each other the handicapper was not intending anything of the sort.

Possible World Record At Dubbo Races On Monday

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  Story By Mark Brassel     

Tuesday, 21 December 2010

: In what could be a world first, runners competing in the final race at Dubbo yesterday finished in racebook order – all nine of them.

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The seventh race (Denise's Bra & Lingerie Class 3 Handicap, 1600m) was taken out by Miss Reed ($5.50), who downed the favourite Hinterland ($1.80) by a neck.

The remaining runners then came past the post in handicapping (or racebook) order.

"What would be the odds about this happening?" said racecaller & journalist, Colin Hodges.

"It defies belief that nine horses could go around in a 1600-metre race and finish exactly as the handicapper 'intended'. I've seen a couple of five and six-horse fields finish in order, but never a nine-horse field."

The complete finishing order was:-

1st-No.1 Miss Reed (Greg Ryan, $5.50)
2nd-No.2 Hinterland (Kody Nestor, $1.80)
3rd-No.3 Flash Academy (Kacie Chater, $13)
4th-No.4 Happy Henry (Tiffany Jeffries, $8)
5th-No.5 Tompeppa (Justin Stanley, $12)
6th-No.6 Ornithology (Dar Lunn, $17)
7th-No.7 Seatune (Jeff Kehoe, $21)
8th-No.8 Grand Chime (James Geppert, $17)
9th-No.9 Roughshot (Ken Dunbar, $13)

NSW TAB: Quinella (1-2)-$3.80. Exacta (1-2): $16.30. Trifecta (1-2-3): $49.10. First 4 (1-2-3-4): $185.40.


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« 2010-Dec-24, 11:45 AM Reply #29 »
Will give Russwillcrow one more chance at Wagga R8 today. Was disappointing last start after being unlucky two runs back.

Voice Commander is double digit odds in race 7 at the moment, and appeals each way.

R3 #11 Mettaya has ordinary form, but they all do in that race. Was unlucky last start (see race report) and is over 20-1, so worth a small each way wager.

Rado Boljun's best could be Kiss My Fuji in race 4.

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« 2010-Dec-24, 12:43 PM Reply #30 »

R3 #11 Mettaya has ordinary form, but they all do in that race. Was unlucky last start (see race report) and is over 20-1, so worth a small each way wager.


Ok mate, I have had something ew and also roved it with the field for the trifecta. Might be some Christmas joy in it.

Merry Christmas   emthup

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« 2010-Dec-24, 01:42 PM Reply #31 »
Ok mate, I have had something ew and also roved it with the field for the trifecta. Might be some Christmas joy in it.

Merry Christmas   emthup

Merry Xmas to you and the family triples.

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« 2010-Dec-27, 12:17 PM Reply #32 »
Good luck if you're having a quaddie at Scone today. Looks a tough one.

The #3 Oakfield Sands looks very strong in the first leg, so might stand him out and keep fingers crossed. #13 is not hopeless.

#1, #2, #3 and #4 in the second leg

3rd leg, Paul Messara's lightly raced Zabeel mare, #3 Zabelka, is first up over the 1300m and has very good form.  1, 5, 7 and 10 go in. Sue Grills has #10 Idle Joker who must be some sort of chance.

Last race....God help us.  :what: You tend to want to instantly dismiss #4 Moody Avenue with it's 0x0x form, until you realize one of those 0's was in the Chelmsford! I don't do this often but I'm going to take "The Field".

Good luck if you're having a punt.

Ticket A

3,13 /
1,2,3,4 /
1,3,5,7,10 /
F

Ticket B

3 /
1,2,3,4 /
1,3,5,7,10 /
1,2,4

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« 2010-Dec-27, 12:54 PM Reply #33 »
I have an interest on the Quaddie today as well mate. Agree the last looks like anything could happen, let's hope we are alive and it does.  :beer:

3,13 /
1,2,3,4,7 /
1,3,5,6,7,10 /
F


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« 2011-Jan-02, 10:35 AM Reply #34 »
I have an interest on the Quaddie today as well mate. Agree the last looks like anything could happen, let's hope we are alive and it does.  :beer:

3,13 /
1,2,3,4,7 /
1,3,5,6,7,10 /
F



25-1 shot killed us there triples  :rant:

Sue Grills didn't win with Border Rebel yesterday but has taken 5 horses over to Gilgandra to race in their Cup meeting today. Might parlay these

Sue Grills
Race 1  SUBALTERN Timothy Bell (a0)
Race 2  EYES ONLY Timothy Bel (a0 )
Race 4  STUDIO STAR Timothy Bell (a0)
Race 5  MILLIE THE MODEL Timothy Bell (a0)
Race 6  LEUNIG Timothy Bell (a0)

She doesn't have a runner in the Cup (race 7) where the stablemate of sniper's bullet, General's Sniper will go close.

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« 2011-Jan-02, 10:54 AM Reply #35 »
Sassy Guru who is a potential top liner goes around in the first at Gilgandra. She gets a mile back and is probably really a 2000m+ horse but if she is as good as I think she is she should handle these first up.

I hope her trainer believes she is as good as I believe she is.

What is a good 2000m race at the Easter carnival for MARES ?

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« 2011-Jan-02, 11:08 AM Reply #36 »
Is the 2000m G1 only for fillies or is there one for mares as well?

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« 2011-Jan-02, 11:09 AM Reply #37 »
The only one I can think of is for fillies at Rosehill.

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« 2011-Jan-02, 08:35 PM Reply #38 »
I think that all the fillies and mares G1's nationally are 1600m or less aren't they?

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« 2011-Jan-02, 08:57 PM Reply #39 »
I think that all the fillies and mares G1's nationally are 1600m or less aren't they?

Yep
they are Sangster                      (Adelaide   1200)
               Myer                            (Fleming    1600)
               Coolmore                     (Rosehill    1500)
               Queen of the Turf         (Rosehill   1500)
               Winter                          (Eagle F    1400)

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« 2011-Jan-02, 10:10 PM Reply #40 »
I think that all the fillies and mares G1's nationally are 1600m or less aren't they?

Is there a 2000m race at the Flemingtopn carnival at group 2 level for mares ?

Does Sydney have a similar one in the autumn ?

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« 2011-Jan-02, 11:02 PM Reply #41 »
Is there a 2000m race at the Flemingtopn carnival at group 2 level for mares ?

Does Sydney have a similar one in the autumn ?
Well Rounded won a G2 mares race over 2000m Flem on Emirates Stakes day.
Sacred Choice won a G2 f+m race over 1600m at Rand,Syd Cup day.

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« 2011-Jan-02, 11:06 PM Reply #42 »
Thanks   emthup , In other words there is not a middle distance race of that quality available to mares at the Sydney autumn carnival.

Mind you her total lack of early speed today, she would not have any hope of being close enough at any time over any distance in Sydney.

She will make a fine broodmare.

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« 2011-Jan-07, 04:07 PM Reply #43 »
Friday, 7 January 2011
Newcastle Meeting Planned To Relieve Burden On Northern Rivers
Racing NSW has added a race meeting to be staged at Broadmeadow Racecourse (Newcastle) on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 with the fields to be drawn from the Coffs Harbour and Ballina race meetings.

The meeting has been organised as both the Coffs Harbour and Ballina race meetings scheduled for Sunday (9 January) and Tuesday (11 January) appear very unlikely to proceed due to prolonged and heavy rain, in addition to recent losses of racing in the Northern Rivers.

The programme will be a hybrid of the two meetings with the races to be as close as possible as those presently programmed. As an added incentive to participants, the prizemoney for the meeting will be a minimum of $15,000 and the programme is as follows:-

Open Handicap - 1200m
Benchmark 65 Handicap - 1300m ($20,000)
Benchmark 60 Handicap - 1850m
Benchmark 50 Handicap - 1300m
Class 3 Handicap - 900m
Class 2 Handicap - 1300m
Class 1 Handicap - 1400m
Maiden Plate - 1300m
Maiden Plate - 1200m
Maiden Plate - 900m

Horses accepting at the Coffs Harbour and Ballina meetings have been automatically nominated for races with conditions similar to those for which they originally accepted at these meetings. The nominations for this Newcastle meeting can now be viewed by clicking on the following link - Noms for Newcastle (Tuesday, 11 Jan 2011) - (weights will be available later today).

Acceptances will close at 9am on Monday (Note: Trainers who had accepted for Coffs Harbour & Ballina must re-accept with RISA for Newcastle).

Given the uniqueness of the situation, travel rebates of $300 per horse will apply in addition to the appearance fee.
Racing NSW Chief Executive, Peter V’landys, paid tribute to Coffs Harbour Race Club Vice-President, Michael O’Neill, for the concept of the new race meeting which was conceived following discussions with Racing NSW.

“During this prolonged period of wet weather on the North Coast it is important that participants are provided racing opportunities and I thank Mr O’Neill for this innovative solution” Mr V’landys remarked.

Racing NSW also wishes to thank Newcastle Jockey Club for their co-operative approach to staging the meeting at short notice.




How good is this idea Racing NSW should be applauded :clap2:



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« 2011-Jan-08, 07:12 PM Reply #44 »
Thanks    emthup  , In other words there is not a middle distance race of that quality available to mares at the Sydney autumn carnival.

Mind you her total lack of early speed today, she would not have any hope of being close enough at any time over any distance in Sydney.

She will make a fine broodmare.

There is a 1900m race listed race at rosehill.

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« 2011-Jan-08, 07:17 PM Reply #45 »
I Authorized's world middle distane is from 2400-3200m.

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« 2011-Jan-27, 10:18 AM Reply #46 »
TUMBLE TURN Redoute's Choice x Freestyle


Very interested to see how this one goes today doubt itll be a betting proposition but it's bred for better things

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« 2011-Jan-27, 12:31 PM Reply #47 »
Nice win very hard to get a gauge on what it beat

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« 2011-Jan-28, 11:19 AM Reply #48 »


  Ballina today...trying Eye Might, Lets Command @ Red Mohican  :beer:

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« 2011-Jan-28, 11:59 AM Reply #49 »
TUMBLE TURN Redoute's Choice x Freestyle


Very interested to see how this one goes today doubt itll be a betting proposition but it's bred for better things

One to Watch
Tara Madgwick - Thursday, 27 January 2011
Looking a class above the average country juvenile winner is this daughter of champion sire Redoute’s Choice, who thrashed her rivals to win easily on debut at Scone on Thursday.

The Paul Messara trained Tumble Turn gave her rivals no hope as she surged clear to win the 1100 metre dash by close to five lengths as a raging hot favourite.

Tumble Turn (pictured as a yearling) was retained to race by Arrowfield Stud and partners after she passed in shy of her $400,000 reserve at Magic Millions and is the second winner from the former smart juvenile Freestyle, who won the Group II SAJC Breeders Stakes.

Freestyle has a Flying Spur filly entered for the 2011 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale, produced another colt by Flying Spur last spring and is now in foal to Arrowfield young gun All American.
 

Tumble Turn is the second juvenile winner for Redoute's Choice this season joining Glissade.



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