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« 2020-Oct-18, 11:28 AM Reply #1225 »
Kozzie Results

Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey Marg(L) Bar Wgt(kg) SP
1 14 IT’S ME Brett Cavanough Jason Collett
7 53
(cd 53.5)
$2F
2 3 REDOUBLE Mitchell Beer Tommy Berry 0.2 1 59 14
3 6 MAN OF PEACE Matthew Dale Ms Louise Day (a) 1.2 9 58 19
4 1 HANDLE THE TRUTH Keith Dryden Nash Rawiller 1.3 13 59 9
5 9 TWO BIG FARI Todd Howlett Grant Buckley 1.5 6 56.5 16
6 10 AL MAH HAHA Tash Burleigh Koby Jennings 2.7 5 56 31
7 11 FENDER Brett Cavanough Kerrin McEvoy 2.8 3 55.5 8.5
8 7 IRISH SONGS Kurt Goldman Glen Boss 3 4 57 51
9 12 ANETHOLE Cody Morgan Brenton Avdulla 3.1 14 55 101
10 4 INTUITION Kurt Goldman Sam Clipperton 3.2 10 59 31
11 2 LORD VON COSTA Donna Scott Blaike McDougall 3.3 2 59 41
12 8 LIGULATE Cody Morgan Andrew Gibbons 3.9 11 57 51
13 18e PRAIRIE FIRE Danny Williams James McDonald 4.1 8 56 31
14 13 ICE IN VANCOUVER Cody Morgan Greg Ryan 64.3 12 55 17


Stewards


RACE 5: The Kosciuszko 1200m:

Handle The Truth – Raced wide and without cover for the majority of the event.

Lord Von Costa – Slow to begin (3L). For a short distance approaching the 250m was held up on the
heels of Fender.

Intuition – Shortly after the start was bumped on the hindquarter by Ligulate and became unbalanced.
Near the 300m became unbalanced when bumped by It's Me (J. Collett), which shifted to the outside
of Irish Songs to obtain clear running. In this incident, Intuition was taken out on to Prairie Fire, which
was hampered and taken wider. J. Collett was reprimanded.

Irish Songs – Slow to begin.

Ligulate – On jumping was crowded between Ice In Vancouver and Intuition.

Two Big Fari – Prior to the declaration of correct weight Stewards gave consideration as to whether
there were sufficient grounds to lodge a protest against Man Of Peace being declared 3rd placegetter
following Two Big Fari being bumped and becoming unbalanced near the 25m. When Stewards were
satisfied there were not sufficient grounds, correct weight was declared. At a subsequent inquiry
App. Day was reprimanded and advised that she must stop riding and straighten her mounts when they
shift ground.

Al Mah Haha – From the 400m until passing the 300m was held up for clear running.

Fender – A post-race veterinary examination did not reveal any abnormalities.

Anethole – From the outside barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

Ice In Vancouver – In the early stages raced ungenerously when endeavouring to find cover behind
Intuition. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the gelding to be displaying cardiac arrhythmia.
Given the severity of the cardiac arrhythmia, trainer Mr C. Morgan was advised that a veterinary
clearance, including the results of a blood troponin test and a satisfactory ECG, will be required prior to
Ice In Vancouver barrier trialling to the satisfaction of the Stewards before its next start.

It's Me – Stewards permitted J. Collett to ride the mare a half kilogram over its allotted weight of 53kgs.
From a wide barrier was shifted behind runners in the early stages.

Prairie Fire – Raced wide and without cover from the 650m.


What a win!

The Winx of country racing  :clap2:

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« 2020-Oct-18, 11:39 AM Reply #1226 »
Sky's The Limit For It's Me After Stunning Kosciuszko Win

By Ray Hickson

She’s the new darling of NSW racing, and who knows what mountain It’s Me can climb after her heart-stopping win in the $1.3m The Kosciuszko at Randwick on Saturday.

If you ask jockey Jason Collett it’s all the way to the top.

There wasn’t much margin for error as It’s Me was buried away when they topped the rise and Collett desperately tried to get her into the clear to unleash that trademark turn of foot.

Just as Mitch Beer’s Redouble burst up inside early leader Man Of Peace to be hailed the winner, It’s Me pounced and made it four from four.

“She’s only had four starts, she just beat some open grade sprinters. She’s very smart,” Collett said.

“I can’t quite tell you how high she’ll get to but the way she’s going I would like to say Group 1.


“She’s the best horse. She hit a few little obstacles into the straight.

“Just had to be patient and once I got her into clear air, I didn’t quite see Redouble scooting up on the inside and I just had to ask a bit more of her.’’

The lead up to the Kosciuszko was drama filled with It’s Me having to pass a vet check when she was found to have some mucus earlier in the week.

Her trainer Brett Cavanough made the shock admission that he’d have scratched the mare if it were up to him but he was glad he didn’t and was left to wonder just how good the four-year-old could be.

Will she be back in two weeks for the $7.5m Golden Eagle (1500m) against her own age or in 12 months time will she be trying to conquer The Everest?

Cavanough said he doesn't make decisions on race day and will see how she pulls up, but would like to think by October 2021 she could be on a bigger stage.

“Obviously she’s a very good mare. Are you allowed to cry?,’’ Cavanough said.

“You see what she did today, she was in trouble, knocked them down, got down, balanced up and got the job done.”

Scone-based Cavanough said It’s Me’s win was a triumph for country racing.

“It’s the pinnacle for country trainers,’’ he said.

“The city people sent their Group 2 horse down to Albury, good luck to them, they tried, they went close and it didn’t work.

“It just goes to show a little country mare got the job done.”

Of course a large part of The Kosciuszko is the $5 sweep ticket that funds the $1.3m purse and as it happened the lucky ticket winner who secured It’s Me for the race is one of her part-owners.

Bob Dailey bought just 13 tickets, so spent $65, and when he found out one of his tickets had been drawn he negotiated with the others, including Grand Syndicates racing manager Sam Lyons, and made sure she was in the race.

Needless to say he was a little speechless when her number went into the frame.

“I’m lost for words, it’s what makes racing,” Dailey said.

“She’s a special filly. I put on social media earlier that if today’s not her day t just means it’s going to be another day. This just shows there’s going to be lots of other days.”


https://www.racingnsw.com.au/news/latest-racing-news/skys-the-limit-for-its-be-after-stunning-kosciuszko-win/

I would love to see her in the Golden Eagle. By Shamus Award (sire of Toorak and QTC Derby winner Mr Quickie) she races like the 1500m would suit. Damsire is Celtic Swing so maybe a bit of Takeover Target in there   :biggrin:

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« 2020-Nov-03, 12:40 AM Reply #1227 »
One of the more dramatic wins I've ever seen came at Kembla on the 15th October by a horse called Mission Legend

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2020Oct15&VenueCode=MTk2ODEy&RaceNumber=3&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

Obviously had to trial to the steward's satisfaction and did that in a big way.

Goes back to Kembla in Race 3 tomorrow. Favourite is a filly who won well on debut then ran into North Pacific in town.


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« 2020-Nov-03, 10:28 AM Reply #1228 »
Very impressive PP
I’m on

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« 2020-Nov-03, 12:50 PM Reply #1229 »
Very impressive PP
I’m on

Threw it away again by wanting to duck in behind one in the straight. A lot to learn  :no:

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« 2020-Nov-03, 07:42 PM Reply #1230 »
Threw it away again by wanting to duck in behind one in the straight. A lot to learn  :no:

lots of horses like this , unless blinkers do something ? i will lay this horse till my nose bleeds
money muncher
blinkers on im on 

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« 2020-Nov-17, 04:38 AM Reply #1231 »
Worth a look at the last start replay of the lightly raced Grafton R2 #5 Franklin Corners who is a 15-1 shot.

This is not a very strong maiden with the main chances 4 and 5 from 3 and 13 IMO.

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« 2020-Nov-17, 04:56 AM Reply #1232 »
Kristen Buchanan heading north today with her Savabeel gelding R3 #4 Oakfield Cherokee hoping for a soft kill perhaps.

Was 4th at it's 2nd start to Leeward who ran a respectable race on Saturday in the G3 Spring Stakes at Newcastle. This is eons weaker than that. $2.40 in early markets appeals in the early quaddie as a banker. #6 Scatman and #12 Redgum Rosie not hopeless and #11 at big odds to go into exotics.

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« 2020-Nov-17, 08:29 AM Reply #1233 »


Worth a look at the last start replay of the lightly raced Grafton R2 #5 Franklin Corners who is a 15-1 shot.

This is not a very strong maiden with the main chances 4 and 5 from 3 and 13 IMO.






Not sure I see the same level of merit that you do mate :chin:

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« 2020-Nov-19, 09:34 AM Reply #1234 »

Not sure I see the same level of merit that you do mate :chin:

$4.10 the place  :)

Hope someone took the $2.40 Oakfield Cherokee - started $1.75  :o


I had #3 Lucky To Win down as a black book based it's trial win in Race 1 at Hawkesbury but the form around #7 Escape Artist is strong and two trials leading into this suggests she will be fit. The horses that won the two races she has contested to date went around in the Reg Allen. Might bank those in the early quaddie.

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« 2020-Nov-19, 09:43 AM Reply #1235 »
Been a bit of money for a couple at Hawkesbury today.

Race 2 #9 Outlook - unraced Brad Widdup filly - the $16 was snapped up. $9.50 on Ladbrokes but you can still get $11 on TAB.

Hawkes horse in race 3 #2 Nobel Privilege opened up $3.40 now $2.20 with no scratchings.




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« 2020-Nov-21, 11:58 AM Reply #1236 »
In the first race I thought the #1 Wairere Falls was an outstanding win last start - small field, no pace, dropped out 3 lengths last.

But it is getting the wobbles a bit and they are backing the stablemate #2 Bigboyroy. $9 onto $7 late  :chin:

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« 2020-Nov-21, 12:04 PM Reply #1237 »
Always always follow the late money - started $6.50  :nowink:

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« 2020-Nov-21, 12:52 PM Reply #1238 »
Very good meeting there. I heard there are 5 winners from last year backing up :whistle:

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« 2020-Nov-21, 03:22 PM Reply #1239 »
Very good meeting there. I heard there are 5 winners from last year backing up :whistle:

Waller 3 winners already.

Just backed his horse at the Sunnie Coast at $8. I'm on the Waller bandwagon in the upcoming Ballarat Cup as well.

He has 3 in The Gong and two strong chances in the 8th race.

So You Win in the Mooloolaba Cup. And Le Juge as well first up. $71. Surely the f. it cannot win.....oh I'll have a saver on it.


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