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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2020-Jan-12, 03:47 PM Reply #25 »
I reckon Everest and then Golden Eagle.

Australian Guineas???

He didn't seem to see out the last bit of the Caulfield Guineas. Seems a strange target.

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« 2020-Jan-12, 04:45 PM Reply #26 »
I reckon Everest and then Golden Eagle.

Australian Guineas???

He didn't seem to see out the last bit of the Caulfield Guineas. Seems a strange target.

I agree but if you look at the Caulfield Guineas, he did sit outside a strong pace and the leader crumbled to be beaten a fair way.

Yesterday he did take a seat and was able to to relax. I wonder what would have happen if they rode him the same in the Australian Guineas. Will he pull or relax sufficiently to run the distance.

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« 2020-Jan-12, 06:25 PM Reply #27 »
Looks pretty bomb proof at the moment.

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« 2020-Jan-12, 07:48 PM Reply #28 »
QUEENSLAND RACING INTEGRITY COMMISSION
 
Race Day Stewards Report
 
Aquis Thoroughbreds
 
 
Date: Saturday 11 January 2020
 
Track: Good 4 (Good 3 After R4)
 
Weather: Fine
 
Rail: Out 1m 1000-400, True Remainder of Course
 
Penetrometer: 4.5
 
Stewards Panel: P. Chadwick (Chairman), D. Aurisch, P. Zimmermann, J. Hackett, P. McLean, E. Barron, P. Reardon
 
Officials: Dr M. Lenz,Dr G. Silvestri, Dr K. Caldwell, Dr S. Flynn (Veterinarians), J. Robinson (Clerk of Scales), S. McMahon (Judge), S. Andrews, K. Watson, T. Woodham(Starters), K. Kilpatrick, A. Schofield, J. Pedofsky, H. Lewindon, A. Challen, G. Gray, J. Gray,  L. Bobeszko, M. Winwood (Swab Officials), S. Rolls (Secretary)
 
 
GENERAL
 
As a result of CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES having to be transported in the horse ambulance to the nearby veterinary clinic after the running of Race 4 and due to numerous runners in the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas and the Magic Millions 2YO Classic being significantly delayed due to a major traffic accident whilst being transported to the course, start times for the remainder of the races were amended as follows:-

Race 5.          3.15 p.m.
Race 6.          4.00 p.m.
Race 7.          4.45 p.m.
Race 8.          5.20 p.m.
Race 9.          5.50 p.m.
 
Due to further delays the start times for the following races were amended as follows:-

Race 7.          4.50 p.m.
Race 8.          5.35 p.m.
Race 9.          6.05 p.m.

 Race 6 $2M Gold Coast Magic Millions 3YO Guineas 1400m
 
After arriving late on course both ALLIGATOR BLOOD and STAR SURPRISE underwent pre-race veterinary examinations and cleared to start.
 
The start was delayed when LEVIATHAN broke through the barriers after being loaded, galloped for a considerable distance and was subsequently declared a late scratching at 4.07 p.m. by order of Stewards acting on veterinary advice. All monies invested on LEVIATHAN were ordered to be refunded.  Deductions applicable to bets placed on winner and placegetters prior to 4.07 p.m.:-
 
5 cents in the dollar for the win #2 (IRITHEA)
3 cents in the dollar for the place of winner #2 (IRITHEA)
10 cents in the dollar for the 2nd place #9 (TERMINOLOGY)
9 cents in the dollar for the 3rd  place #5 (TAHITIAN DANCER)
 


ELEVEN ELEVEN Raced three wide without cover throughout.... (this was a tremendous effort :thumbsup: )
 
Jockey R. Maloney (ALLIGATOR BLOOD) was fined $500 for making a celebratory gesture prior to the winning post.
 
 Race 7 $2M The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions 2YO Classic 1200m
 

 
WISDOM OF WATER Blundered at the start and lost ground. Held up in the early part of the home straight. Near the 100m shifted out under pressure and made contact with CONCEITED.(another very good run) :thumbsup:


AWAY GAME - Raced three wide with cover throughout.(absolutely brilliant win ) :thumbsup:

Well Done to the stewards and the Police for dealing with the horrific traffic delay and finding a way to get all runners involved to the course in one piece. :thumbsup:

A day of drama.....Well Done to David van Dyke for keeping Alligator Blood in the form he showed yesty and  he's taking a couple of days R&R after yesty.. he came across as very personable on Thoroughbred Review today. :thumbsup: 


Giddy Up :beer:

 
 

Offline napes

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« 2020-Jan-13, 06:12 PM Reply #29 »
Well done to David Van Dyke.

After the most stressful day anyone could imagine Saturday he showed his class by putting up $500 at the local bakery this morning for the locals.

  :noteworthy:


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