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Offline westie

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-23, 05:24 PM »
FRANKLINS SUPERMARKET HOBARTVILLE STAKES - 1400M

Of $200000 and $1500 trophy.  1st $130000 and trophy of $1500, 2nd $40000, 3rd $18000, 4th $8000, 5th $4000.  Starter Subsidy: $200 for non-prize earning runners.  For Three-Years-Old. Set Weights. (GROUP 2).  No Allowances for apprentices.

NoHorseTrainerHandicapper
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1ALL AMERICANDavid Hayes93
2BACI AMOREDavid Payne82
3CAYMANSPeter Snowden94
4DESUETUDEPeter Snowden91
5FULLY FLEDGED (NZ)Murray Baker91
6GIGINO (NZ)Chris Waller69
7MARCHINSKITracey Bartley92
8MIC MACGreg Eurell
9OVER THE WICKETGary Portelli85
10PALACIO DE CRISTALGrahame Begg81
11PREDATORY PRICERPaul Murray91
12REBEL RAIDERLeon Macdonald
13RHYNO CHASERKevin Moses88
14ROCK KINGDOMGai Waterhouse91
15ROLLINSJason Coyle66
16SNOW ALERTChris Waller75
17SOUSA (NZ)Peter Snowden
18THE ASTRONOMERGuy Walter74
19WEMBLEYTas Morton76
20YOUTHFUL JACKAllan Denham101

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« 2009-Feb-23, 05:27 PM Reply #1 »
Nice race,

Youthful Jack from Micmac

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« 2009-Feb-23, 08:55 PM Reply #2 »
Really great race on paper, Big fan of Mic Mac, though i don't go tp the rcaes that often i've seen all his starts so far, just an odd coincedense.

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« 2009-Feb-26, 07:21 PM Reply #3 »
NoHorseTrainerJockey Barrier WeightPenaltyHandicapper
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1REBEL RAIDERLeon MacdonaldClare Lindop 17 56.5 102.5
2SOUSA (NZ)Peter SnowdenTim Clark 12 56.5 97
3YOUTHFUL JACKAllan DenhamRobert Thompson 3 56.5 101
4PREDATORY PRICERPaul MurrayGlyn Schofield 8 56.5 91
5CAYMANSPeter SnowdenCorey Brown 14 56.5 94
6DESUETUDEPeter SnowdenKerrin McEvoy 4 56.5 91
7ALL AMERICANDavid HayesDanny Nikolic 11 56.5 93
8MIC MACGreg EurellBlake Shinn 2 56.5 88
9ROCK KINGDOMGai WaterhouseNash Rawiller 1 56.5 91
10RHYNO CHASERKevin MosesChris Munce 5 56.5 88
11THE ASTRONOMERGuy WalterRod Quinn 16 56.5 74
12BACI AMOREDavid PaynePeter Robl 9 56.5 82
13MARCHINSKITracey BartleyGrant Buckley 15 56.5 92
14eOVER THE WICKETGary PortelliJim Cassidy 6 56.5 85
15eSNOW ALERTChris Waller 7 56.5 75
16eWEMBLEYTas Morton 10 56.5 76
17eROLLINSJason Coyle 13 56.5 66

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« 2009-Feb-26, 07:25 PM Reply #4 »
Rebel Raider was a fantastic return at MV over 1200m last time. He steps up to the 1400m second up and is not without a chance..... especially should the pace go on early...... Don't forget he is a Group 3 winner over the distance last season .... GO BIG BRO !

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« 2009-Feb-26, 07:56 PM Reply #5 »
No suprises but think Y.J will beat M.M. Pretty interested to see how Caymans goes, really like the horse and think he might be in for a big autumn.

3/8/5,4,1

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« 2009-Feb-26, 10:27 PM Reply #6 »
PREDATORY PRICER is as good as any horse in the race, if not better and is $18.00 that will do me.   emthup

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« 2009-Feb-26, 10:51 PM Reply #7 »
PREDATORY PRICER is as good as any horse in the race, if not better and is $18.00 that will do me.   emthup

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have another bottle of turps Matty

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« 2009-Feb-27, 05:41 AM Reply #8 »
 mic mac  :noteworthy:

Offline calgary

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« 2009-Feb-27, 06:48 AM Reply #9 »
Caymans finally put it all together to win the Sandown Guineas late last spring and looked very promising - but gee that is a horror draw!

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« 2009-Feb-27, 07:08 AM Reply #10 »
Is there an injury concern with Desuetude after being a late scr last week?

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« 2009-Feb-27, 07:41 AM Reply #11 »
Is there an injury concern with Desuetude after being a late scr last week?


late scratching due to deteriorating track conditions

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« 2009-Feb-27, 07:45 AM Reply #12 »
sorry that was from the royal sovereign stks on the 14th

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« 2009-Feb-27, 07:53 AM Reply #13 »
sorry that was from the royal sovereign stks on the 14th
  You wre right the 1st time judge as he ran in the
RoYAL Sov  he ran 2nd relegated  to 3rd on protest.
He was Late scratched last week surprisingly as he has won on a wet
track anyway. I reckon he has problems the horse

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« 2009-Feb-27, 07:57 AM Reply #14 »
PREDATORY PRICER is as good as any horse in the race, if not better and is $18.00 that will do me.   emthup

i might have a bottle of turps with you authorized,might also have something on him,remembering everything he did last prep,was his 1st,he looks the value runner to me,rock kingdom looks a fair price at 9.00 as well from gate 1,gl

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« 2009-Feb-27, 08:17 AM Reply #15 »
One of the strongest Hobartville fields in many years, highlighted by the fact that the 2nd placegetter in the Royal Sovereign doesn't make the first cut.

Youthful Jack and Micmac both looked super impressive last start. If you missed Rebel Raider's run behind Micmac, you weren't watching the race closely enough. Predatory Pricer's top rating would bring him into contention here imo. And with a little bit of rain about this morning in Sydney, Sousa shouldn't be left out.

Many chances, and will probably look for some value close to race time. Anticipating a great race.   emthup

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« 2009-Feb-27, 08:20 AM Reply #16 »
Can't look any further than Youthful Jack for mine.

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« 2009-Feb-27, 08:37 AM Reply #17 »
A long time since I've seen a horse win as easily as Micmac did last start.....ears pricked and under a throttlehold as he crossed the line 5 lengths in front. I know you've got a stronger class of animal here, but sometimes you get a feeling for these things.

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« 2009-Feb-27, 08:56 AM Reply #18 »
  You wre right the 1st time judge as he ran in the
RoYAL Sov  he ran 2nd relegated  to 3rd on protest.
He was Late scratched last week surprisingly as he has won on a wet
track anyway. I reckon he has problems the horse


agree,i think the same,got wires crossed re the scratching,cheers

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« 2009-Feb-27, 09:14 AM Reply #19 »
Over the Wicket is a good horse but may not be in the same league as some of the other's mentioned but could be one for the exotics. he was never going to beat the winner last start and will be hard pressed to do the same but is fitter than most of the others.

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« 2009-Feb-27, 08:58 PM Reply #20 »
I've got him pegged as a wet tracker Jeunes.

You just can't go past YJ imho done nothing wrong, Desuetude is a class animal and should be there abouts. Mic Mac very impressive last start but I'm fairly wary backing Melb horses coming to Sydney for the 1st time.

Can't have RR, will be running on but may flatten out now looking for longer and watches on Sousa (prob needs a soft lead?) and PP for races down the track.

Good race really  8-)


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