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Offline OldLarsy

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-20, 04:36 AM »
Anyone have any idea at the moment?

Paprika seems to be out of action for the Autumn while More Joyous looked impressive first up.

Just going to pencil these in for personal reasons
Little Surfer Girl
Irish Lights
Emma's Heart
Lucy's Cash
Viking Legend
Five Star Belle
Carlton Forward
Marquardt
Foreign News
Bawaardi
Manhattan Rain
Onemorenomore

7 - 4.05PM - AAMI GOLDEN SLIPPER  - 1200M

Of $3500000 and $32500 trophies.  1st $2000000 and trophies of $22750 to owner $3250 to trainer $3250 to jockey $3250 to strapper, 2nd $620000, 3rd $310000, 4th $190000, 5th $130000, 6th $50000, 7th $50000, 8th $50000, 9th $50000, 10th $50000.  For Two-Years-Old. Set Weights. (GROUP 1).  No Allowances for apprentices.  Field Limit: 16 + 2 EM

NoHorseTrainerJockey Barrier WeightPenaltyHandicapper
Rating
1REAL SAGAMichael, Wayne & John HawkesDamien Oliver 13 56.5
2REWARD FOR EFFORTPeter G MoodyLuke Nolen 3 56.5
3MANHATTAN RAINGai WaterhouseNash Rawiller 5 56.5
4DELAGO BOLTGary PortelliChris Munce 1 56.5
5WANTEDJohn O'SheaJim Cassidy 8 56.5
6PHELAN READYBruce & Jason McLachlanBrad Rawiller 18 56.5
7ZIKMANNTim MartinJay Ford 15 56.5
8MORE JOYOUS (NZ)Gai WaterhouseDarren Beadman 12 54.5
9ROSTOVASteve RichardsSteven King 9 54.5
10MELITOGerald RyanDanny Nikolic 11 54.5
11INDIAN OCEANTim MartinHugh Bowman 2 54.5
12HEADWAYPeter G MoodyGlen Boss 6 54.5
13OUR JOAN OF ARCClarry ConnersCraig Newitt 14 54.5
14HORIZONSGai WaterhouseBlake Shinn 17 54.5
15MARQUARDT (NZ)Jason CoylePeter Robl 16 54.5
16SO ANYWAYJason CoyleCraig Williams 7 54.5
17eSUNDAY ROSEBart CummingsMichael Rodd 10 54.5
18eSTRYKERChris Waller 4 56.5
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« 2009-Jan-20, 06:18 AM Reply #1 »
Like Phenominal Lass, but dont think she is nominated? Gai's looked REAL good though.

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« 2009-Jan-20, 01:51 PM Reply #2 »
Still sticking with Rostova. Made plenty from her on cup day, might as well give some back.  :p

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« 2009-Jan-22, 10:01 AM Reply #3 »
Indian Ocean has looked good at her two starts/two wins.   Not sure if she's nommed for the GS though?

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« 2009-Jan-22, 10:10 AM Reply #4 »
Which 2yo isn't nommed?

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« 2009-Jan-22, 10:24 AM Reply #5 »
Anyone have any idea at the moment?

Paprika seems to be out of action for the Autumn while More Joyous looked impressive first up.

Aparrently she has one better then More Joyous yet to start  :what:

Anybody heard ?

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« 2009-Jan-22, 11:07 AM Reply #6 »
Anyone have any idea at the moment?

Paprika seems to be out of action for the Autumn while More Joyous looked impressive first up.

Aparrently she has one better then More Joyous yet to start  :what:

Anybody heard ?

They always have 1 better back at home.

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« 2009-Jan-22, 02:10 PM Reply #7 »
Manhattan Rain is Gais other one... apparently there isn't much between them at all.  Debuting next Saturday.

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« 2009-Jan-22, 04:15 PM Reply #8 »
Don't think we've seen the slipper winner race as yet

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« 2009-Feb-23, 10:53 AM Reply #9 »
Scriven to ride Streets Away in Sydney

Sunday, 22 February 2009:

Shane Scriven will replace injured rider Glen Colless when Queenslander Streets Away heads south for his Golden Slipper campaign.

Colless has ruled himself out of making his comeback to partner Streets Away in his Sydney debut in the Group Three Skyline Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on March 14.

And he rates himself a "million-to-one" chance of returning in time for the $3.5 million Group One Golden Slipper (1200m) at Rosehill on April 4.

Colless had surgery to pin his middle and little toes after they were almost severed when his left foot was crushed in an accident at Eagle Farm earlier this month.

He had stitches removed from the foot last week but said it would remain in a cast for another four weeks.

"The foot is healing well but it'll be four weeks before the pins in both toes come out," Colless said.

"I very much doubt I'll be back riding for at least another two months."

Streets Away emerged a serious Golden Slipper contender with an explosive victory at Doomben on February 7.

The win was arguably one of the best produced by a Queensland juvenile for some time and his Golden Slipper price was immediately slashed with the gelding now a $13 chance.

Scriven will get to know Streets Away when he partners him in a crucial 1000-metre barrier trial at the Gold Coast on Tuesday before the son of Street Cry heads interstate.

Scriven and Bailey had recent Sydney success with Frozone who won at Randwick February 6, the day before the Brisbane hoop won the Group Two Expressway Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on Burdekin Blues.

Weight problems have cost Scriven his chance of riding Burdekin Blues in next month's Group One Newmarket Handicap down the straight at Flemington.

Larry Cassidy, who is resting his injured finger this week, will ride Burdekin Blues after he won on the four-year-old at Eagle Farm last month.

Bailey is pleased with Streets Away's progress since his Doomben triumph and expects him to improve considerably with the barrier trial.

"I haven't done a thing with him since the win but he should go well in the trial," he said.

Bailey has a big opinion of Streets Away but won't hesitate to call the Sydney trip off if he thinks it will be in the youngster's best interests

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« 2009-Feb-23, 06:16 PM Reply #10 »
Betchoice reckon Slipper down to two chances

Brad Waters
Monday, 23 February 2009


Betchoice analyst Mark Morrisey believes the AAMI Golden Slipper is down to two chances after last Saturday’s Arrowfield Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield.

“There was a shocking leader bias at Caulfield on Saturday,” Morrissey said.

“Be it either via the wind or the actual racing surface, the leaders had it all their way and Real Saga’s run was a massive effort.

“Full credit to Luke Nolen to get Reward for Effort up near the speed but the bias was at least worth three lengths and on a fair track , Real Saga wins comfortably.

“It’s plain to see that Real Saga probably only has to beat More Joyous in the Slipper, the Blue Diamond form will be pretty strong and I think Real Saga is the perfect Slipper horse.”

Real Saga currently sits as a $6 second favourite in Golden Slipper betting behind More Joyous at $5 but Morrisey believes that both runners represent value at their current quotes.

“I think that both should be quoted as $4 equal favourites,” Morrisey said.

“The only reason that they aren’t shorter with us is the fact that the barrier draws won’t be done for a few weeks and that may force us to make a change one way or another.

“But realistically, there is nothing else around that will be those two in Sydney, Reward for Effort will be around the mark, Horizons, Our Joan of Arc and Tickets will be around about the mark but More Joyous and Real Saga have the edge so far.”

Morrisey said that the betting action on the Golden Slipper had slowed down somewhat as punters concentrated on the Blue Diamond and other Melbourne features.

“It’s a bit slow at the moment,” Morrisey said.

“The punters will gradually come back to the Golden Slipper market as the lead-up races are run and we should see some of the bigger bets coming in March.”


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« 2009-Feb-27, 09:44 PM Reply #11 »
Just going to pencil these in for personal reasons
Little Surfer Girl
Irish Lights
Emma's Heart
Lucy's Cash
Viking Legend
Five Star Belle
Carlton Forward
Marquardt
Foreign News
Bawaardi
Manhattan Rain
Onemorenomore

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« 2009-Feb-27, 09:47 PM Reply #12 »
I'd say about one of those might start.


Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-27, 09:48 PM Reply #13 »
Might only need one ;)

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« 2009-Feb-27, 09:53 PM Reply #14 »
Just going to pencil these in for personal reasons
Little Surfer Girl
Irish Lights
Emma's Heart
Lucy's Cash
Viking Legend
Five Star Belle
Carlton Forward
Marquardt
Foreign News
Bawaardi
Manhattan Rain
Onemorenomore



pencil them in by all means OL,just don't back any of them   :biggrin:

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« 2009-Feb-28, 02:25 PM Reply #15 »
If you were a bookie, would you lengthen her odds after that rodeo act ?

She is no less a filly than she was yesterday.

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« 2009-Feb-28, 02:26 PM Reply #16 »
More Joyous still favourite in revised markets  :/

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« 2009-Feb-28, 02:27 PM Reply #17 »
Saddle slipped back and the girth forward.
They were suppose to be fixing that behind the gates

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« 2009-Mar-01, 01:58 PM Reply #18 »
I feel it's very wide open...not a lot was learned yesterday I guess.

Real Saga seems to be a good measuring stick and if he holds form he must be one of the main hopes. The GS of course is a race that can be run very differently to some of these small sit and sprint preludes.

Interested in anyone's thoughts on Onemorenomore - I'd taken him in a few doubles prior to yesterday and see he's drifted but I liked the run and reckon they will persist with the GS. I want to see him after another run but liked the way he got home, just whether the 1200 will be too short for him I think. Class wise I think he's got the ability.

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« 2009-Mar-01, 02:04 PM Reply #19 »
Nash said in interview it wasn't the filly's fault and if it didn't happen, MJ would have won by 4 on her ear.
Maybe right, however I think he's been hanging around Gai too much   :lol:

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« 2009-Mar-01, 02:23 PM Reply #20 »
i thought Melitos win was very impressive.
raced a bit green as well so you would think there is improvement on that.
trainer reckons it has been whooping his 2,3 and 4 year olds in trackwork and also "donkey licked" (his words) Beaucoup during the week which won the first yesterday.

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« 2009-Mar-02, 12:16 AM Reply #21 »
Surely More Joyous would have to barrier trial a half dozen times before being accepted into the race. What a joke!  :lol:     

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« 2009-Mar-02, 12:57 AM Reply #22 »
Not at all, it was plain as day the girth had slipped under its stomach.

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« 2009-Mar-02, 08:09 AM Reply #23 »
Looks like Freedman's group 1 drought is growing. I was having a discussion with a few mates after the Lee's horse did the bucking display. We were trying to work out when Lee had his last G1 winner. We reckon it was Miss Andretti in 2007 but we think Lee's last G1 winner which he trained from scratch would have to be Serenade Rose in 2006. We could be wrong with this so if anyone has any info, it will be appreciated as we have some money riding on it.

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« 2009-Mar-02, 09:37 AM Reply #24 »
Looks like Freedman's group 1 drought is growing. I was having a discussion with a few mates after the Lee's horse did the bucking display. We were trying to work out when Lee had his last G1 winner. We reckon it was Miss Andretti in 2007 but we think Lee's last G1 winner which he trained from scratch would have to be Serenade Rose in 2006. We could be wrong with this so if anyone has any info, it will be appreciated as we have some money riding on it.



28/02/09,essaouira put up a group 1 buckjumping display,then again,more joyous put up a G1 display,essaouiras was more like a G2,

serenade rose won the vrc oaks,in 06,the ajc oaks in april 07,his last G1 winner was universal queen in adelaide,just after serenade roses oaks win


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