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Offline MagiC~*

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-11, 10:21 PM »
He looks to be a good one  :thumbsup:

Not sure how good though ... anybody got an opinion of him, and can we expect him to head interstate ??
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Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2009-Jan-12, 09:47 AM Reply #1 »
I see this is posted under W.A Gallops,if he does head interstate will this thread be moved to that State's  child board or whatever it's called? Then back again when he  heads back home to WA?  :unsu

It'll give Westie something to do I suppose.  :lol:

   

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« 2009-Jan-25, 06:43 PM Reply #2 »
another ridiculously easy win yesterday, albeit against nothing.

Offline arakaan

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« 2009-Jan-31, 01:53 PM Reply #3 »
talk about getting your form franked.  8-)

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« 2009-Jan-31, 02:02 PM Reply #4 »
Has to come, acoss now.

Offline arakaan

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« 2009-Jan-31, 02:06 PM Reply #5 »
I said this last wek about DV in the tipa winner wed/sat comp where DV was my last leg.

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BigDog you can guarantee what you want but the best horse in perth will jog in. They will not see it in the straight. I deal in Class animals only.   
 
 

Offline shaun

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« 2009-Jan-31, 02:19 PM Reply #6 »
i'm not so sure.
Scenic Blast carried 61kg to Dantes Volante's 53kg...8kg difference.WFA is different kettle of fish.

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« 2009-Feb-01, 12:11 PM Reply #7 »
Currently the best sprinter in WA is Danny Beau (Miss Andretti's brother).  If you want to see low flying catch the 4th at Pinjarra today--just hope young Kennedy can hold on.

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« 2009-Feb-01, 12:38 PM Reply #8 »
Currently the best sprinter in WA is Danny Beau (Miss Andretti's brother).  If you want to see low flying catch the 4th at Pinjarra today--just hope young Kennedy can hold on.


What was the name of that horse that went around over there not long ago. ? ...gee it was quick only go for about 3 furlongs though ... then stop like a prick balloon

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« 2009-Feb-03, 01:46 PM Reply #9 »
Mother Duck!

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« 2009-Feb-03, 02:18 PM Reply #10 »
Currently the best sprinter in WA is Danny Beau (Miss Andretti's brother).  If you want to see low flying catch the 4th at Pinjarra today--just hope young Kennedy can hold on.


What was the name of that horse that went around over there not long ago. ? ...gee it was quick only go for about 3 furlongs though ... then stop like a prick balloon
Campo Di Grano

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« 2009-Feb-03, 08:04 PM Reply #11 »
Currently the best sprinter in WA is Danny Beau (Miss Andretti's brother).  If you want to see low flying catch the 4th at Pinjarra today--just hope young Kennedy can hold on.


What was the name of that horse that went around over there not long ago. ? ...gee it was quick only go for about 3 furlongs though ... then stop like a prick balloon
Campo Di Grano



Thats him....would stop like a  :censored:  on  black & white brand batteries.... :p

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:38 PM Reply #12 »
best sprinter in the land?

Had scenic blast covered. Will prove he has them all covered soon enough.  ;)

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:38 PM Reply #13 »
as easy a win on a saturday as I've ever seen.

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:41 PM Reply #14 »
Hardly beating much though... will have to show something outside WA before he excites . Does look very capable but as Burdekin Blues showed...its a diff ball game in the group 1's

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:42 PM Reply #15 »
I'm taking the scenic blast formline. think it's a fair line to draw, no?

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:44 PM Reply #16 »
This horse is a Group 1 horse.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:46 PM Reply #17 »
Moatize would have won that race.
Meaning it would have beaten those that DV beat.

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:48 PM Reply #18 »
Scenic Blast won 2 G1's in a month straight after getting it's arse handed to it by this one. Was lengths away in 2nd.

as soon as this heads east I will load up and the first black odds I've seen in a while on this one.  8-)

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:48 PM Reply #19 »
I'm taking the scenic blast formline. think it's a fair line to draw, no?

Very fair arakaan, but this horse hasnt done it on the big stage yet. So its better to wait nd see if he measures up . Alot of horses look like worldbeaters nd r declared this nd that but 95% never do anything outside of open handicaps.

In saying that, im not saying he wont be a worldbeater, just hard to get excited about it beating knackery horses 2day  ;)

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:51 PM Reply #20 »
Very fair arakaan, but this horse hasnt done it on the big stage yet. So its better to wait nd see if he measures up . Alot of horses look like worldbeaters nd r declared this nd that but 95% never do anything outside of open handicaps.

In saying that, im not saying he wont be a worldbeater, just hard to get excited about it beating knackery horses 2day  ;)

Last one I remeber sprouting this loudly was divine madonna after a win in average race in adelaide. next start it won at flemington over 1400m @$14 and 2 months later it was an emirates winner.

This will measure up.

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:54 PM Reply #21 »
Then why are they keeping it in WA? Why isnt this Usian Bolt in horseflesh taking on the best sprinters instead of z-classed ponies???

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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:58 PM Reply #22 »
Then why are they keeping it in WA? Why isnt this Usian Bolt in horseflesh taking on the best sprinters instead of z-classed ponies???

I think you'll find it's all being focussed on going to the goodwood.


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« 2009-Mar-21, 03:59 PM Reply #23 »
yep, aiming at adelaide.

http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,24967267-5016491,00.html


Goodwood next for Volonte
EXCITING Western Australian sprinter Dante's Volonte is set to tackle the $300,000 Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville in May.

Trainer Simon Barrass said the classy speedster was a big chance to make his highly anticipated eastern state debut in Adelaide.

"It looks highly likely that he'll be in Adelaide for the Goodwood," Barrass said yesterday from his Serpentine base, south of Perth.

Dante's Volonte will have a short let-up after extending his unbeaten winning sequence to six this campaign at Ascot on Saturday.

"He'll have a few weeks off now," Barrass said.

"The horse has pulled up magnificently but I think he may have had enough mentally."

Barrass said Dante's Volonte was likely to resume in the Group 3 Evright.com (formerly the McKay) Stakes at Morphettville before his main target a fortnight later.

 "I'll look at flying him to Melbourne and then float him to across to Adelaide," he said.

"He'll more than likely have a lead-up run in the McKay Stakes over the 1100m."

Barrass said the interstate campaign could very well determine the five-year-old's future, with Adelaide to be his first campaign away from home.

"He's trained in a bush environment basically out of a paddock here at home, so we'll have to try and make sure we can find something similar there for him."

If their South Australian experiment proves successful, Barrass has indicted he may return later in the year for one of the many sprint races in Melbourne during the Spring Carnival program.

"He jumps and he runs and such a good, high-cruising speed. We're still unsure just what he is capable of."

"He had a severe allergy last campaign and was still running some game races. He has come in brilliant fashion this time in work."

"If he can handle a trip away, we'd then look to take him back to Melbourne."

"There are that many races for sprinters during the carnival and a horse like him, who races on the pace, would be pretty hard to run down around a track like Moonee Valley."
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Offline Magiciansmask

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« 2009-Mar-21, 04:01 PM Reply #24 »
well i wait with great anticipation :drool:


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