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« 2016-Jul-23, 08:48 AM Reply #725 »
The last race at Lismore today is called Trinity Lismore Cup worth $8000.

Surely that is not THE Lismore Cup  :what:

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« 2016-Jul-23, 10:55 AM Reply #726 »
The last race at Lismore today is called Trinity Lismore Cup worth $8000.

Surely that is not THE Lismore Cup  :what:
Lismore Cup is always on the 4th Thursday in September; that is the 22nd this year.

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« 2016-Jul-23, 11:31 AM Reply #727 »
Lismore Cup is always on the 4th Thursday in September; that is the 22nd this year.

Cheers mate. I think they need to be a bit more discerning in the race name  :chin:

Is it a Cup race put on for Trinity College? Or perhaps it is a Cup Race put on to save our souls celebrating the Holy Trinity - The Father, Son and the Holy Ghost.

If it is a race where the word Trinity refers to the local Trinity College (likely) it gives the impression it is THE Lismore Cup sponsored by the Marist Bros.  :what:

FWIW, it is a race full of horses with poor win trike rates.

If the toppie #1 Step Lightly were to bring his Cessnock form here he would be hard to beat. If he doesn't anything could win this.

In Race 5 the BM50 I have a soft spot for #14 Star For Sharyn and will be cheering her on. Form is pretty much right for this race. Drawn out in the Wilson River unfortunately.


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« 2016-Jul-25, 02:47 AM Reply #728 »
Gunnedah 25th July

R1

#11 Choubichou $2.70
#13 L'elu $1.70

R2

#12 Prevalence $3.90

R3

#3 Let's Make Magic $2.35

R4

#3 Latenight Princess $2.90
#10 Miss Tickles $3.70

R5

#8 Bowie's Babe $3.20
#9 Monday Expert $4.60
#5 Ayhaqm $15

R6

#6 Taste Of Money $16
#5 Micucci $4
#4 About Time $3.60
#7 Blonic Hill $21

R7

#2 Marra Creek $2.25
#1 Farah $6
#12 Rock Springs $51
#5 Brat Attack $14

Surprised about the price for R6 #6 Taste Of Money. First up run was good and he is city placed and trained by the top Scone trainer. Drawn barrier 2. Had a saver on #7 Blonic Hill at the $21

In the last thought the $51 for #12 Rock Springs was overs but the top two will be hard to hold out. Took the fifties for a small saver and will put it in some exotics.


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« 2016-Nov-11, 03:13 PM Reply #729 »
One of the country's iconic races, the Gundagai Snake Gully Cup is on later today.

Racing NSW have upgraded the status of the race and it is worth a staggering $70,000 today - more evidence of Racing NSW looking after country racing   emthup

I've had a couple of dollars each way on Zero To Ten. Not the most consistent horse but he ran a couple of nice races in town a month ago and doesn't look a strong race. At 25-1 you don't have to have much on them either  :)

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« 2016-Nov-13, 11:00 AM Reply #730 »
Newcastle today and meeting has been well patronized by the big Sydney stables.

After scratchings Godolphin has 4 runners in the first four races so the logical thing seemed to be to Yankee them. Tim Clark could win on a broomstick at the moment and he has all 4 rides.

My old mate Tilly's Waltz is second up in the 6th race and if she can get a soft lead......but probably a little short of her best distance. Credit Card Miss is most consistent and after the claim gets in with only 3.5 kg above the limit.

Have plonked for a rough box quinella in the last - 5, 6 and 10.

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« 2016-Nov-30, 08:27 AM Reply #731 »
Andrew Molloy has chosen to resume his tough country sprinter Zahron at Canterbury today. Has won a couple of country feature sprints and with an impressive strike rate (9 from 21) the 3 kg claim puts him in one over the limit in a BM 72.

First up last time he ran 2nd over the course and distance with about the same weight in a BM 67 then subsequently won two country features.

The $10 appeals as an each way bet  :chin:

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« 2016-Dec-16, 02:44 AM Reply #732 »
T.Treichel on Mon's Gal race 2 Tamworth. Very interesting from the 800 to the finish line.

Goes around in the 3rd race at Scone Friday. I've split my bet. Taken some early 20-1 and might follow up later. Very winnable race where a few of these have had their chance. The Greg McFarlane horse #6 Miss Nellie was a very nice debut and I'd think it would have Thommo's mount covered who is a place chance.

This is a "country showcase" meeting with $30k prizemoney for all 8 races at Scone.

Well done to Racing NSW. $820k in prizemoney on offer for all NSW races on Friday.

Must be some kind of record for a "non holiday" Friday   emthup

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« 2016-Dec-16, 08:22 AM Reply #733 »
Mon's Girl scratched.

Just got $8.50 about same race #6 Miss Nellie - pretty happy with that each way. Well worth a look at the video of last start debut. Very strong at the finish.

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« 2016-Dec-18, 07:34 AM Reply #734 »
Been a bit busy the latter half of this year to do any form.

With things slowing down a bit thought I'd go through the Taree program today.

Taree 18/12/2016

Weather: Overcast Track: Good 4 Finalised 18/12 - 7:30am Rail: Normal
Raceday Forecast: Light rain shower - 23C

Race 1

#1 General Sepoy - thought it was a beter run than the #2 in the trial after missing the kick
#2 Uncle Rodriguez - nice trial win
#5 Princess Lottie - showed speed in strong trial
#3 Our Instinct - stayed near the fence on debut and run was not as bad as formline reads

Race 2

#7 Smokey Ora - never really comfortable on debut in a strong maiden on slow track - winner went on to run 4th in town. First up. If any improvement could win. Claim gives it a featherweight.
#2 Azcannyaz - went well on "distance debut" and generally runs in slightly stronger fields. Conviction on the 6 placings from 12 starts though
#6 Gladwin - resumed after 27 week spell for 2nd start 4th full of merit this track and form holds up. Tricky barrier.
#1 Galaxy Jak - placed in a weak maiden last start drawn the rails

Race 3

#13 Heroine - is from the family of Golden Slipper winner Danzero (she is out of the stakes winner Permissive whose dam is a half to Danzero). Won her BT last start in a canter. Races in the old Gooree colours. Kris Lees trains.
#4 Mount Darragh - failed badly on debut then has had 4 starts and never been beaten more than 1.1 lengths. Stronger rider will help.
#11 Bonnie Forever - has shown speed in trials to date and ran them off their legs last time
#3, #1, #7 and #5 all given hopes

Race 4

#6 Single And Free - both runs this time in fantastic and a bit unlucky last start. Rises 3 kg. Promising.
#4 Fancy Nickers -  Both Tatts and TAB have this rated on top and the grey mare has looked good at the end of the race in both runs this time in. 2.5 kg weight rise is a worry.
#2 Stimuli - rarely runs a bad race and placed behind midweek city placed Credit Card Miss last start. Will carry the full 6.5 kg over the limit.
#5 Hesco Gold - placed in a highway last start

Race 5

#10 Gacela - very nice run last start and looking for this distance at start 4.
#13 War And Peace - Run number 2 was a big improvement and another who wouldn't have to improve much to win this.
#7 Runaway Jet - fitter and carries a featherweight. Track winner
#3 Leave Ya Number - strong formlines and looks a threat
#2 Aldous - will be fitter.

Race 6

#5 After All That -nice run first up at provincials. Promising horse from the Northam stable. Robert Thompson's best today.
#7 Loredo Hussler - selected on price ($34). One chance in a race of many. Not a split hair between him, Dixie Lad and Lucky Nic in a similar race last start. Barrier a worry.
#4 Lucky Nic - runs well most starts in this class
#2 Dixie Lad - drawn to run well in this
#6 Invincible George - the big fella has consistent form but up in class here and if he lugs like last start he will get rolled. Runs straight he just about wins this. No tactical speed so cannot see him other than 3 deep or at the rear and Taree will test him. No value in that price.

Race 7

#2 Darbies Blugirl - outstanding first up and T/D records drawn the rails. Selected in a tough race
#3 Royal Flush - runs around in much stronger than this usually. Would be a good bet if it hadn't drawn the extreme outside barrier. $51 appeals.
#6 Enigami - Consistent this class. Well drawn and claim will help.
#5 Forever Alone - Won first up in NSW and a repeat of that effort puts him in this.

Have take the early odds on these:

R5 #10 @ $34
R6 #7 @ $61
R7 #3 @ $71



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« 2016-Dec-18, 03:04 PM Reply #735 »
Invincible George will bolt in all up Nicof down at the south coast :clap2:

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« 2016-Dec-20, 12:46 AM Reply #736 »
There was a fall at Race 5 at Narromine today. Very few details being made available:

Monday, 19 December 2016

Fallen Jockey Report - Race 5 - Narromine

Steward Sam Fitzgerald has reported jockeys Daniel Northey and Kody Nestor have fallen from their mounts towards the end of Race 5.
Kody has walked unaided to the jockeys room suffering general soreness. He is not believed to have any serious injuries.

Daniel has suffered a concussion and has been transported to Dubbo Base Hospital for further treatment.

Both jockeys next of kin have been notified.


http://www.racingnsw.com.au/article-display.aspx?id=21470

Racing NSW and Sky Thoroughbred Central are not showing vision replays of the race in question so I'm guessing it is pretty distressing viewing :(

Stewards report not up yet either. Hope Daniel is OK and recovers quickly.

Lord Burghersh was destroyed as a result of the accident. The other horse Collumkille is reported OK.
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« 2016-Dec-20, 02:59 PM Reply #737 »
Both are available now PP, presumably because the jockeys are not too seriously hurt

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« 2016-Dec-23, 08:53 AM Reply #738 »
Both are available now PP, presumably because the jockeys are not too seriously hurt

Think it worked out OK in the end mate - except for old Lord Burghersh  :sad:

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« 2016-Dec-23, 09:09 AM Reply #739 »
Two good meetings in NSW today at Lismore and Wagga.

At Lismore it looks more like  a Qld meeting than a NSW meeting as the Northerners come down in search of some good prizemoney on offer.

Subsequently we have a good quality 8 race card with $160k prizemoney.

Noted that Tegan Harrison is making the trip down:

Tegan Harrison
    Race 1   Second Bella   Mark Palmer
    Race 3   Casino Evil   Harold Norman
    Race 4   Command Hunter   Peter Evans
    Race 5   Beaumaris   Tim Hurley
    Race 6   Endless Puzzle   Peter and Will Hulbert
    Race 7   Tuned In   Kelvin Hickmott
    Race 8   Mshindi   David Kelly

Her unraced Race 1 mount Second Bella is an early morning market mover.

Race 3 horse Casino Evil has only had the two runs but showed a little pace on the Heavy track last start in town. Might be better suited here on the Good 3 at a bit of odds.

Thought her mount in Race 4 Command Hunter looked a very big chance. The horse is eligible for Class 1 but drops 1.5 kg on a placed effort in this grade at this track and distance late last campaign and  a lot of city placings in the form.

She is riding Beaumaris in the Xmas Cup and he usually find one or two better - is a $14 chance which i probably  afair each way price.

Of her remaining 3 rides R8 Mshindi appears the best. Lightly raced and never gets beat far the $6 appeals as an each way bet.

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« 2016-Dec-23, 09:36 AM Reply #740 »
Wagga today is a Racing NSW Showcase meeting where the minimum prizemoney is $30,000. A quarter of a million in prizemoney being paid out today.

Another great initiative shown toward country racing in NSW by the governing body   emthup

Thought I'd target Trainer/Jockey combos and see if there is a winner there.

Kurt Goldman
    Race 3   Shadow Vision   James Innes Jnr (a)
    Race 4   Super Force   James Innes Jnr (a)
    Race 5   Gambled   James Innes Jnr (a)

 Danny Williams
    Race 1   Arrondissement   Blake Spriggs
    Race 4   Van Halen   Blake Spriggs


R1 Arrondissement (stupid name - wonder if the caller will use the French pronunciation ) - thought it's debut run was fantastic - looked to be finishing faster than anything else to my eye. A bit confused as to why it is backing up over the 1000m again - definitely needs it longer.

R3 Shadow Vision ran into a pretty smart Gary Moore horse at it's second start but alas has drawn out in the Murrumbidgee River. Will need some luck.

R4 Super Force is 2nd up and isn't too badly in at the weights given his form in open class Brisbane distance events. Van Halen is always thereabouts but 18 starts for 1 win is a turn off.

R5 Ted Ryder Cup Gambled looks ideally placed here. Placed in a Highway two starts back and the most lightly raced in the race rarely puts in a bad run.


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« 2017-Jan-09, 01:43 AM Reply #741 »
Thought there were a couple of good bets on the big Wagga card tomorrow

Wagga 9th Jan

R1 #11 Snip Of Purple
R2 #12 Swanky Cod
R3 #6 Poet's Dash
R4 #1 Hoffski
R5 #4 Financial Miss
R6 #3 Levee Bank
R7 #2 Smakatus
R8 #3 Sasayuri

R2 #12 Swanky Cod is a big horse who ran on quite nicely in his trial 3rd beaten a bit. But he has struck a weak maiden here on his debut and will carry a featherweight after the claim. Barb Joseph has a nicely bred gelding Prying on debut by Encosta De Lago out of a half to Fouardee - winner of 5 stakes races, and G1 Oaks winner Gamine in the family as well - looked a little on the small side in the trial placing and might need a bit more ground.

R3 #6 Poet's Dash looks ready made for the longer distances looking at the way he finished it off last start at 60-1 and his opposition is so so.

R6 #3 Levee Bank beat 3 of these out of sight recently, and ran 5th in the race Bonosa ran 4th in but watching the replay Bonosa got all the breaks and Levee Bank copped a check in the straight.

They scratched Clipper in that race to run around in a very much harder Class 1 at Nowra on Tuesday.

The open handicap is a bit of a lottery but going with Smakatus who ambled over the line in a  trial, and noted that first up recently he beat Crystal Dreamer at Sandown. Boys Day Out has very strong city formlines as well but a few others have excellent strike rates in this grade and it is a tough race.

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« 2017-Jan-09, 07:51 AM Reply #742 »
Aunty Elsie - Wagga Riverside R7 No.10 (1200m):  with a saver on Smakatus

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« 2017-Jan-10, 09:37 AM Reply #743 »
Swanky Cod should be black booked. Missed the start - like it did in the trial - but the rider panicked and she made it sprint up to 2nd place and only faded last 200m. Prying the other debut runner saluted in that race.

Had a nice win on Levee Bank but gave a bit back on the last with 2nd/3rd  :/

Today have marked out these

Kempsey 10th Jan

R1 #7 Dark Elixir
R2 #2 Ebony Rein
R3 #5 Clemmensen
R4 #2 Valbeta
R5 #10 Mother's Presence
R6 #5 Party
R7 #11 Dalrymple

Thought Race 1 and Race 6 were the best. The one in the last will carry only 51 kg.

Runaway debut winner Clipper goes around in Race 5 at Nowra against the ex Godolphin horse Motivate and a good one of Bjorn Baker's - probably one of the stronger Class 1 races you'll see.

Baker often takes a team down to Nowra and rarely leaves without a winner.

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« 2017-Jan-11, 06:57 AM Reply #744 »
Swanky Cod should be black booked. Missed the start - like it did in the trial - but the rider panicked and she made it sprint up to 2nd place and only faded last 200m. Prying the other debut runner saluted in that race.

Had a nice win on Levee Bank but gave a bit back on the last with 2nd/3rd  :/

Today have marked out these

Kempsey 10th Jan

R1 #7 Dark Elixir
R2 #2 Ebony Rein
R3 #5 Clemmensen
R4 #2 Valbeta
R5 #10 Mother's Presence
R6 #5 Party
R7 #11 Dalrymple

Thought Race 1 and Race 6 were the best. The one in the last will carry only 51 kg.

Runaway debut winner Clipper goes around in Race 5 at Nowra against the ex Godolphin horse Motivate and a good one of Bjorn Baker's - probably one of the stronger Class 1 races you'll see.

Baker often takes a team down to Nowra and rarely leaves without a winner.




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« 2017-Jan-11, 06:59 AM Reply #745 »
Ive had dark Elixir black booked for a while capable of some awesome runs.


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« 2017-Jan-16, 08:16 AM Reply #746 »
Moruya Cup and Town Plate day today.

Beautiful town. Used to go in the annual fun run there every year - perfectly flat 10k run on the northern bank of the river.

Doing the form was like trying to run a fast 10k in the fun run and nothing stood out in the guide.

Have put down the Narooma Cup winner #6 Marquee in the Cup with a big query on the distance and the early $5.50 looks no value to me.

In the Town Plate I have #3 Junoesque down as he goes well fresh and has a good strike rate but the $6.00 early odds do not appeal.

One I liked from the trials was R4 #3 McCubbin and he is $7 early.

R1 #9 Case was placed behind the impressive Clipper at his only start and hoping that form holds up but alas the bookies are on to him at $2.40

In the last #6 Can't Find Snippy looks one of the better bets on the day over the short course but $2.20 in early markets.

Might anchor Case and Can't Find Snippy in a few 3 horse parlays.

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« 2017-Jan-17, 12:38 AM Reply #747 »

Might anchor Case and Can't Find Snippy in a few 3 horse parlays.

Couldn't find that 3rd one and the returns on the doubles were small  :shy:

Have blackbooked Serging Rush from the meet - should be able to win a maiden in the near future.

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« 2017-Jan-17, 01:26 AM Reply #748 »
At Wagga

R1 #4 Zakynthos Regrets begins his 2nd campaign in the maiden having been placed one of two in his first try, both on Heavy 10s.

Looked very smart in beating the open grade sprinter Smakutus in a trial, who went on to be placed in a sprint feature first up. Won his other trial as well.

Is a Congrats son of a good horse I'm sure a few will remember - Zakynthos Girl. She was placed in two Sheracos and ran 3rd to Victory Vein in a Triscay.

In Race 2 Barb Joseph has a debut Monaco Consul 3yo colt called Consoling who won well under hard riding in a trial. Dam is a half to G1 QTC Oaks winner Vouvray as well as Melbourne stakes winner Bolton. On that breeding you'd think she might have a Derby contender so interested to see how he goes over the 1200m first up.

In the last, a bit hard to tip against a horse with a 10/5-1-0 record and form behind Speith and Hellbent so Bitburg gets the nod first up after winning his trial by 7.5 lengths.

Best bets bookend the meeting.

Taree.....

Some days they have great fields, and some days.....I thought Race 2 looked like a special conditions race for horses who are useless. Don't know why the city stables don't send horses up for the $20k maidens. It is an easy freeway drive to Taree these days.

R5 #9 Lady Evelyn looks a standout but should be pretty short. She is a Reset out of a Randwick winner and going back a  generation Boisterous Lady won a Silk Stocking and produced 3 stakes winners including the AJC Oaks winner Rena's Lady and the well performed Vatuvei.


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« 2017-Jan-17, 08:13 AM Reply #749 »
At Wagga
In the last, a bit hard to tip against a horse with a 10/5-1-0 record and form behind Speith and Hellbent so Bitburg gets the nod first up after winning his trial by 7.5 lengths.


Interested in Kingia as the quinny horse. Taking on open company for some reason after having only 2 bush wins. 5 runs at Wagga and should be unbeaten there.
Thats not a typo either, head stiff at it's last 3  losses
They must think it's up to this class :chin:


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