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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2018-Nov-04, 08:30 PM Reply #1025 »
The first starter #4 Brazen Belle in the first at Ballina tomorrow has an interesting history.

Had 3 barrier trials for Chris Waller and now it turns up with Matt Dunn. Bolted in a barrier trial at Deagon.

It is a full sister to Brazen Beau!!!

You'd have to wonder if it was dispersed and what the rationale was if that is the case. Surely would be worth a bit as a broodmare  :what:

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« 2018-Nov-04, 09:33 PM Reply #1026 »
The first starter #4 Brazen Belle in the first at Ballina tomorrow has an interesting history.

Had 3 barrier trials for Chris Waller and now it turns up with Matt Dunn. Bolted in a barrier trial at Deagon.

It is a full sister to Brazen Beau!!!

You'd have to wonder if it was dispersed and what the rationale was if that is the case. Surely would be worth a bit as a broodmare  :what:

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 Ontrack Thoroughbreds No 1, Hollymount Stud, Mr R J Lawlor, Mrs J Lawlor, Mr J A Barnao, Lang Brothers Racing, Mr G Danjoux, Mr S M Pickworth, Mr M P Phillips

Couple of  studs there mate , best go to stud with one win .

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« 2018-Nov-04, 09:45 PM Reply #1027 »
owner details from RISA
 Ontrack Thoroughbreds No 1, Hollymount Stud, Mr R J Lawlor, Mrs J Lawlor, Mr J A Barnao, Lang Brothers Racing, Mr G Danjoux, Mr S M Pickworth, Mr M P Phillips

Couple of  studs there mate , best go to stud with one win .

Looked pretty good in the trial - might be able to win more than one race. Has that thick set that the good I Am Invincibles have.

https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/Thoroughbred/Racing-Calendar/Video-Replays/Race-Video/DEAG/20181025/8?iframe=true&otherRaces=true

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« 2018-Nov-04, 10:21 PM Reply #1028 »
Race 6 is a Class 1 at Ballina tomorrow over 1000m.

#3 Champagne Garden resumes after running against The Autumn Sun in the JJ Atkins.

Two starts ago #9 Miss Bluementhal was in a race behind Zousain who ran 2nd in the G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes on Saturday behind Sunlight.

Not often you see that sort of form at Ballina   :biggrin:

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« 2018-Nov-04, 10:54 PM Reply #1029 »
It is hardly "form". They just happened to have accepted in those races. The mighty Champagne Gardens got beaten over 10 lengths at 150/1. Not really form as such. Miss Bluementhal just clocked in in front of the ambulance behind Zousain . How that is "form "is beyond me ! Having said that you would expect them to be competitive against this standard of opposition Tomorrow. It is rather a long bow though to suggest that they have possibilities based on "form ".

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« 2018-Nov-05, 06:13 AM Reply #1030 »
I guess they must have shown something at home to have been put into those much better races :chin:

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« 2018-Nov-05, 10:39 AM Reply #1031 »
It is hardly "form". They just happened to have accepted in those races. The mighty Champagne Gardens got beaten over 10 lengths at 150/1. Not really form as such. Miss Bluementhal just clocked in in front of the ambulance behind Zousain . How that is "form "is beyond me ! Having said that you would expect them to be competitive against this standard of opposition Tomorrow. It is rather a long bow though to suggest that they have possibilities based on "form ".

I was just commenting out of interest and the fact you don't see those sorts of races in the formlines for a Class 1 at Ballina.

There was no comment about their chances.

If you are going to stalk me then please at least make the effort to read what I said and, I know it is hard to do when you are angry with rage, but try and make an effort to comprehend what I said.

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« 2018-Nov-05, 07:59 PM Reply #1032 »
What possibly could be ambiguous about this comment ?

"NOT OFTEN YOU SEE THAT SORT OF FORM AT BALLINA " That is what you wrote verbatim. It is either "form " or it isn't. In other words you wrote total garbage. To carry your ridiculous assertion to total stupidity ; I could run against Usain Bolt . That doesn't mean I have "form " around Bolt, I just competed in a race he was in. To use your advice , I have read what you said and totally comprehend it. You seem to make an art form of writing something and then for some very strange reason denying what you wrote. Probably a bit easier with oral communication but well nigh impossible with the written word. By the way , how did their "form " stack up at lowly Ballina ?

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« 2018-Nov-05, 08:05 PM Reply #1033 »
What possibly could be ambiguous about this comment ?

"NOT OFTEN YOU SEE THAT SORT OF FORM AT BALLINA " That is what you wrote verbatim. It is either "form " or it isn't. In other words you wrote total garbage. To carry your ridiculous assertion to total stupidity ; I could run against Usain Bolt . That doesn't mean I have "form " around Bolt, I just competed in a race he was in. To use your advice , I have read what you said and totally comprehend it. You seem to make an art form of writing something and then for some very strange reason denying what you wrote. Probably a bit easier with oral communication but well nigh impossible with the written word. By the way , how did their "form " stack up at lowly Ballina ?

As advised before, you need to read what you write before hitting the "Post" button.

Do you realize that you said that I "wrote total garbage" in a paragraph that could only be described as "utter garbage".

You are microscopically analyzing the interchanging of the use of the words "formline" and "form".

When you were growing up did you ever think you would find yourself all these years down the track writing words on a new type of media carrying on like a nanny goat  :what:

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« 2018-Nov-05, 08:12 PM Reply #1034 »
Still denying what you have already written. Other correspondents have already sighted and noted your compulsion to deny what you have already put in print. Still haven't told us how your hot tips went at Ballina . Did these incredible , (lets now call them formlines for the point of the exercise ) stack up ? Or as usual are you avoiding direct responses and settling for cheap shots which seem to be your modus operandi ?

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« 2018-Nov-05, 09:02 PM Reply #1035 »
Still denying what you have already written. Other correspondents have already sighted and noted your compulsion to deny what you have already put in print. Still haven't told us how your hot tips went at Ballina . Did these incredible , (lets now call them formlines for the point of the exercise ) stack up ? Or as usual are you avoiding direct responses and settling for cheap shots which seem to be your modus operandi ?

Blea blea blea-blea

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(Nanny Goat to Human translation):

My tips were published on the Weekday Tipping Comp and I finished middle of the pack.

http://www.racehorsetalk.com.au/comps-clubs/the-new-midweek-comp/26525/?topicseen#lastPost

Instead of stalking why don't you do or write something something constructive or creative or original   emthup

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« 2018-Nov-05, 10:41 PM Reply #1036 »
Sadly you are not seemingly too bright. Clearly the question of rational debate is way beyond your limited skills. You are waffling on about ''nanny goats". Is there some family disposition to these animals or are you bereft of the intelligence to let us know how your "formlines " worked out Today. Didn't think it was too hard a question for those with reasonable intelligence. Obviously I have exaggerated your skills.

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« 2018-Nov-05, 10:56 PM Reply #1037 »
Yes all very "sad"

There is an ignore button you can place against any forum member.

Would you do me a big favour mate and put me on ignore?

Cheers.

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