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« 2017-Jul-05, 08:21 PM Reply #1250 »
Chatuchak – B Avdulla advised his mount had difficulty obtaining clear running in the straight and after
he was obliged to correct his mount near the 200m, it was then held up on the heels of Zin Zan Elsie
and whilst the horse finished some margin from the winner, he felt that in the circumstances, his horse
had impeded running in the straight, and therefore the performance still had some merit. A post race
veterinary examination revealed an aggravation to a speedy cut to the near hind pastern.
Volante – in the straight, B Avdulla pleaded guilty to a charge of careless riding under AR137(a) in that
near the 200m, he permitted his mount to shift out when not clear of Volante, which was checked. B
Avdulla’s licence to ride in race was suspended for a period to commence on Sunday, 9 July 2017 and
to expire on Monday, 17 July on which day he may ride. Volante had difficulty obtaining clear running
in the early start of the straight.

not sure which jockey rode which horse ?

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« 2017-Jul-05, 08:30 PM Reply #1251 »
neither are the stewards 

Race 4: B Avdulla (Volante) – 9.7.17 to 17.7.17 – careless riding [AR137(a)].

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« 2017-Jul-05, 08:31 PM Reply #1252 »
maybe he can get off ?

no , this isn't Queensland  :shutup:

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« 2017-Jul-29, 06:08 AM Reply #1253 »
Bowman v Avdulla has become a bit of a fizzer but not insurmountable for Bren. He needs to beat Hughie by 2.5 wins or more for some of the cash.

Brenton Avdulla
    Race 1   Regal Cannon   Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott
    Race 3   The Pharoah   Gerald Ryan
    Race 4   Appoint Percy   Luke Pepper
    Race 5   Slumber Party   Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott
    Race 7   Liapari   Chris Waller
    Race 8   Sonic Swish   Chris Waller
    Race 9   Awoke   Chris Waller

Hugh Bowman
    Race 1   D'argento   Chris Waller
    Race 2   Parker's Piece   Kris Lees
    Race 3   Reach for Heaven   Kris Lees
    Race 4   Prada Miss   Stirling Osland
    Race 5   Feirin   Anthony and Edward Cummings
    Race 6   Zourkhan   Chris Waller
    Race 7   Gold Symphony   Peter and Paul Snowden
    Race 8   Wild 'n' Famous   Peter and Paul Snowden

I've got Hughie winning two perhaps. Race 1 grey has been backed off the map on the back of  a sensational debut win looking 500-1 at the 150m mark.

Prada Miss will be favourite and go close in the Highway. Feirin and Gold Symphony two other good mounts.

Avdulla has a good book of rides. I had The Pharoah, Slumber Party, Liapari and Awoke as major sort of players.

Be hard to beat Hugh Bowman though.

I've got these down as being well weighted today, without doing any comparisons to the horses they are competing against.

SR1 #9 $23
SR2 #3 $7.50
SR3 #9 $14
SR5 #12 $8.50
SR8 #9 $7
SR8 #11 $13
SR9 #12 $5
SR9 #13 $34
SR9 #14 $12

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« 2017-Jul-29, 08:33 AM Reply #1254 »
I'm backing Hughie on 4
    Race 1   D'argento   Chris Waller
    Race 6   Zourkhan   Chris Waller
    Race 7   Gold Symphony   Peter and Paul Snowden
    Race 8   Wild 'n' Famous   Peter and Paul Snowden

Slumber Party the only winner for Avdulla

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« 2017-Aug-02, 12:40 AM Reply #1255 »
Thought it odd that in the first race at Warwick Farm that the pre-post favourite is the Les Bridge trained #4 I'm A Legend ($3.30) ahead of another unraced one #5 Key To Glory ($4.80).

Both performed very well in their trials, especially Key To Glory last trial win, but the run of the Godolphin horse #6 Piracy was exceptional first up. Ran Commanding Witness to a nose and 5.5 lengths back to the 3rd horse. Was $10 earlier and when I decided to have something on had come into $9.50.

Very good race for a midweek maiden. The others to have raced have chances in this as well.

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« 2017-Aug-02, 01:13 AM Reply #1256 »
In Race 2 #1 Alizee ran Slipper placegetter Tulip to 1.5 lengths in the Magic Night last campaign (#2 Sweet Deal was 4th in that race).

Ratings wise these two rate "off their head" via that form and are $2.00 and $5.50 resp.

Alizee is Sepoy half to Astern.

Gerald Ryan's first starter #10 State Of Play won a trial by 6 lengths and is by Fastnet Rock out of a daughter of Sunday Joy and we don't have to go back too far to get into some breeding bluebloods there. Singo retains ownership.

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« 2017-Aug-02, 07:47 AM Reply #1257 »
According to Peter M they are low grade animals  :lol:

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« 2017-Aug-02, 09:26 AM Reply #1258 »
According to Peter M they are low grade animals  :lol:

Some of the best stock and future Group 1 winners often present first time at a meeting like today at Warwick Farm. It is good fun looking at the breeding and seeing who they are related to.

I feel sorry for people who can only see racing as a pure wagering medium. They miss out on all the extra stuff!!

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« 2017-Aug-02, 09:32 AM Reply #1259 »
Here you go Pete. Your comments about big fields applies to the last few races so you can throw a few darts if you form guide study is off in the first half   :biggrin:

My guesses. It is a challenging day but if you do your video form you should manage to be able to mention a winner or two (I only intend to have serious bets on 2 or 3 of these).

The rest I'll just have a bit of "drug induced" fun with exotics while recovering from having my troublesome tooth pulled yesterday.

Race 1

#6 Piracy
#4 I'm A Legend
#5 Key To Glory

Race 2

#1 Alizee
#10 State Of Play
#2 Sweet Deal

Race 3

#8 Princess Command
#6 Phoebe's Lass
#11 Dashie De Luxe

Race 4

#9 Hurricane Harbour

Race 5

#7 Charming Lad
#4 Bogie
#6 Young Huit
#5 Johnny Ge

Race 6

#15 Arigold
#16 Bailus

Race 7

#12 Tivoli Street
#16 Hypernicus
#5 Star Wars
#10 Orcym Sam
#9 Fortensky
#1 Abohar

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« 2017-Aug-12, 12:55 PM Reply #1260 »
History was made with Another Sin having its first race start in the highway in town & surviving a protest in the first race today.  Was a good old fashioned plonk too!
Openly tipped by Brad Davidson on Thurs when it was $8 - opened at $14 Wed , won & paid $3.20
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« 2017-Aug-12, 01:01 PM Reply #1261 »
Cracking effort   emthup

I didn't have a bet but cheered it home, love to see a plan and a plonk come off  8-)

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« 2017-Aug-12, 02:15 PM Reply #1262 »
God, Peter will have them in the slammer for 35 years  :lol:

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« 2017-Nov-22, 10:51 AM Reply #1263 »
This horse that has come up short in the first race at Canterbury #8 Rosadiblu is extremely well bred.

By Lonhro out of a daughter of Midnight Joy puts her in the family of such horses as Midnight Fever (one of my favourite 2yos of the 80s), Startling Lass, Shovhog and a few others.

Wouldn't be surprised to see a future star come out of Race 4 - 3yo race with some strong form. #3 Chappo looked real good on debut at Doomben. Big strong horse who is a Fastnet Rock half to a VRC St Leger winner Cool Chap.




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« 2017-Dec-02, 11:52 AM Reply #1264 »
I know we shouldn't come on here and tell people you backed a $14 winner but had a few dollars each way on that first winner Perfect Pitch in Sydney  :shy:

Watched the replay of it's first start and something happened going around the turn and it lost a bit of ground but then balanced up and ran on nicely behind the Godolphin horse Gongs which is looking pretty good at the moment. Currently $17 for the Slipper (Ladbrokes, $15 TAB).

This is the text of an email I sent to a friend last night who likes to get my thoughts - not sure why   :lol:  - a couple of scratchings in there.

Hammie is still playing up Will give squash one more go but if I get injured again might have to take up basket weaving.

The banking royal commission is put on by the politicians for their lawyer mates. Great earner getting public money. Lawyers run this  :censored: ing country.

First two races at Sydney are very strong. Reckon they are trying to get prizemoney for the MMs.

Going to have a little on #6 in the first race. Wobbled around the turn last start but finished off nicely behind one of the best 2yos seen so far (Gongs). $14 surprises me. Favourite is unraced.

The 3yo race 5 of the 7 are last start winners and the other two won two starts ago. Watched all the replays of last start. Whypeeo was the most impressive but not sure about the opposition. Top two were the next best especially #2. He is a Chestnut with a blaze which I think his dad Snitzel was.

You should have  a look at the form of #3 in the stayers race R3. Was running around in Group races in Europe and last start suggests it might be the one.

If he runs Equal Balance in the Highway instead of Race 2 reckon that might be a pointer. Should be too good for these but luck will play a part.

Sedanzer has the weight advantage but he is up a little bit in class . The horse Redouble beat two starts back won in town BM83 next start by 2.5 lengths. Last start he was gutsy beating Flow - I just like horses like that. 3rd horse in that race Cosmic Engine was a nice run. Cellarman is up in class but down in weight but I prefer the stablemate Cosmic Engine out of the two. And don't forget Tim Martin's horse first up. Won at track and distance first up last time in a BM79. He wouldn't be bringing that to town for nothing. And Chalk actually beat Redouble before he went to Melbourne  I think you picked a tough race for Sedanzer.

Race 6 is one of the more interesting races with Broadside and the Frenchy horse resuming over 2000m. Savapinska won the G2 race easily last start. Fabrizio looked home in the Goulburn Cup before the 62 kg killed him in the last 100m and I reckon he is a chance. Your horse Black On Gold has run into a classy race but has the weight advantage. I don't like the $4.40 myself.

Gai has another promising horse in the Festival which looks a good race. Not real keen on anything but might have a bet. Beware the Irish horse with Waller.

Of the three you nominated I like Egyptian Symbol the best. The 54 kg is appealing but the barrier is just a bit tricky. Bit of a chance it will be 3 deep but $6 each way all day and put Dothraki in the exacta.

In the last race interesting that Shinn is on the Matt Dale horse at $23 but he rode the favourite to win last start - which looks a big chance. The Snowden horse #13 should be watched first up.

good luck with your punting mate.

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« 2017-Dec-02, 12:02 PM Reply #1265 »
Thanks PP, thrown some with mine in the quaddy :beer:

Most I like today are rough.
Cellarman has won his last 2 for me so Im sticking
Fabrizio may be ready now
Buggered if I know why they took the girl of Testashadow but I smell a rat with Collett going on

Egyptian Symbol only cuz I cant find anything else
and I'll finish off with Better not Blue in the last who will be rattling home late but probably  run 3rd for the 11th time  :lol:
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« 2017-Dec-02, 04:07 PM Reply #1266 »
Mate I tossed in Testashadow and Better Not Blue in the treble along with the Egyptian should pay OK if it gets up :)

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« 2017-Dec-02, 05:09 PM Reply #1267 »
Bugger :shutup: :shutup: had the quaddie going for 10%

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« 2017-Dec-16, 12:17 AM Reply #1268 »
Race 7 - 4:20PM INGLIS VILLIERS STAKES (1600 METRES)

Of $250,000.1st $142,250, 2nd $47,000, 3rd $22,875, 4th $11,125, 5th $6,125, 6th $3,125, 7th $3,125, 8th $3,125, 9th $3,125, 10th $3,125, Equine Welfare Fund $2,500, Jockey Welfare Fund $2,500.

Starter Subsidy $200. GROUP 2

Quality, Minimum Weight 53kg, Three-Years-Old and Upwards, Apprentices cannot claim.


No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Rating Net Rank Price
1 9763415041 DESTINY’S KISS Joseph Pride Jay Ford 11 59 65 59 14 71
2 55x4278053 RED EXCITEMENT Gerald Ryan Brenton Avdulla 5 58 70 65 1 14
3 x2908x1632 HOPFGARTEN Robert Heathcote Christian Reith 14 57 66 62 10 16
4 1633030x71 TESTASHADOW Gary Portelli Ben Melham 8 57 68 64 4 16
5 2x2111x118 CABEZA DE VACA Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Joshua Parr 12 55 62 60 13 7.5
6 864x722744 MIGHTY LUCKY Fred Cowell Chris O'Brien 7 55 66.5 64.5 2 21
7 x40211x214 CRACK ME UP (NZ) Liam Birchley Jason Collett 2 54.5 62.5 61 12 6.5
8 4x211x2111 INTERLOCUTER (USA) James Cummings Tye Angland 4 54.5 64.5 63 9 3.4
9 1105x75361 DARK EYES Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Adam Hyeronimus 15 54 64.5 63.5 8 23
10 6791127434 EMBLEY Bjorn Baker Josh Adams 1 54 65 64 4 17
11 10x3x128x2 MISTER SEA WOLF (IRE) Chris Waller Kerrin McEvoy 13 54 65.5 64.5 2 5.5
12 x63773x536 FEDERAL James Cummings Ms Kathy O'Hara 6 53 64 64 4 16
13 73x6276x42 GOD’S IN HIM Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Andrew Adkins (a) 3 53 64 64 4 26
14
SOMEDAY SCRATCHED 10 53



15 6x3941x065 SALSONIC Jason Coyle Peter Wells 9 53 61.5 61.5 11 17

Have already had a little on the three highlighted.

Just don't like the favourites in this. Seems to be a lot of "blue sky" in the price, especially the 5 and the 8.

Red Excitement drawn well to get a good run but you just don't know which Red Excitement will turn up. The one who runs Winx to half a length or the one who runs last at Hawkesbury.

If it is a typical Randwick "big mile" with them running on late watch out for God's In Him.

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« 2017-Dec-16, 06:22 AM Reply #1269 »
My old mate Testashadow will get the run of the race. Good each way hope

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« 2017-Dec-16, 01:13 PM Reply #1270 »
My old mate Testashadow will get the run of the race. Good each way hope

I have him 4th and he is a good price. Think I'll have a little on him as well   emthup

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« 2017-Dec-16, 03:24 PM Reply #1271 »
Whenever there is a tearaway like that you can chuck the form guide in the bin.

Well done to the Queenslander.   emthup

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« 2017-Dec-16, 05:23 PM Reply #1272 »
Whenever there is a tearaway like that you can chuck the form guide in the bin.


Agree 100%  emthup


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« 2017-Dec-26, 03:52 AM Reply #1273 »
Whoever is my vintage and starts reading the Sydney form guide at Race 1 will have this song going through their head for the rest of their session   :lol:



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« 2017-Dec-30, 09:46 AM Reply #1274 »
The last race in Sydney today is an interesting one. A fillies and mares BM80.

#10 Sugar Bella resumed like it will be a good horse when it bolted in a FMBM-67 at Canterbury. Drops 3.5 kg.  It's record is now 4: 3-0

#8 Savatiano won a 3YO BM70 last start very well, and we commented at the time how strong that race was with Calculated and Awesome Pluck filling the placings. Drops 3.5 kg.

But the worry is both horses are up in grade. A lot of these have already performed at this grade. #1 Anatola is actually dropping in grade but will carry the full 61 kg, up 4.5 kg on it's FMBM-84 win. #2 O'Rachael meets it 2 kg for being beaten 1.3 lengths. Ben Melham riding.

Stablemate #3 Overstep is rising 1 kg on a 1.5 length placing in a FMBM-82 so it is dropping slightly in class.

#7 Kawaikini was in Anatola's race last start and is 2.5 kg better off for being beaten 4 lengths.

And a couple of the featherweights need to be considered. #9 Geneteau will carry 52 kg, down a whopping 6.5 kg on her closest of seconds to Duchess Pedrille in a FMBM-70. #11 Reward For Fashion will carry 51.5 kg for Rachael King. Last campaign she won a city FMBM-72 with 55.5 kg on a wet track but had similar efforts on dry tracks.

One of those races where you ignore the weights and measures at your own peril.


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