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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 3/26/2008 12:51 PM
I've nominated MORNING COLOURS on another thread but is probably more fitting here - excellent first up run on Monday behind The Big Easy.

Looks to be in for a good campaign.

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From: Geoff Sent: 3/26/2008 12:55 PM
Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ipswich Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba...........it's all Brisbane racing to me.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/29/2008 5:45 PM
Took $7.2 the place Red Abernant.  Was never gonna lose.
 
$10+ on UNiTAB.  LOL.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/29/2008 6:13 PM
Spanish Pal was a winner for Miss Drake on a soft track from memory.  Let's see if it can run a hole in the last.
 
Pentup Lover's run at Dbn first up had flashing lights all over it.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/29/2008 6:22 PM
$4.20 the place on Betfair.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/30/2008 11:13 AM
I'm gonna have to spend more time on GC, coins.
 
My GC bets yesterday we
 
Race 3 A Tad Smugg the place 3rd
 
Race 4 Twinkling Star the place u/p
 
Race 7 Down to Earth the place WON
 
Race 8 Red Abernant the place WON
 
Race 9 Spanish Pal the place 3rd
 

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From: governor Sent: 3/30/2008 11:30 AM
What price did you take for Pentup Lover DD?

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/30/2008 12:21 PM
Took no price Pentup Lover.
 
My only bets at GC are those listed.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 3/30/2008 4:00 PM
Good shooting dubbledee!

I think there'll be more horses coming out of Monday's meeting than yesty's somehow though....

Haven't watched the replays as yet.

Heavy tracks make the task a little more difficult.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/30/2008 4:22 PM
Will Cushion ever win a race?  I tossed up between it and Twinkle yesterday and was cutting my wrists all the way up the straight.  It got nailed in the last hop.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 3/31/2008 10:39 PM
Saturday's GC card was run on a pretty heavy track.  Lots of runners seemed all at sea, but a few that came to notice.
 
Michael Nolan's Anabaa mare COURTYARD CIRCLE looked good winning the C1 at just her second run.  Was only 900 metres but she should go a bit further.
 
Shovhog colt TIMS IMAGE won his Mdn over 1800.  He should pick up a mid-week city race at least.
 
Gillian Heinrich's SINGLE BOUND beat an ordinary lot. He looked a fair colt last prep and seems set to win again.
 
Everyone saw the Show A Heart gelding SHOWCITI give away a big start and run on resolutely for 3rd over 1200.  He'll be winning his Mdn very soon.
 
It hurt like hell to see RED ABERNANT win at big odds.  This fellow is certainly adept in the soft and is a chance to win another one if the rain hangs around.

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From: MSN NicknameGoJeune94 Sent: 3/31/2008 11:57 PM
If it keeps raining obviously the thing that ran 2nd in the race where Belle's Opinion ran 3rd - Paper Plate or something? Must grow a leg on the wet
 
Apologise for vagueness someone will know who I mean!

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 4/1/2008 4:46 PM
Agree with your thoughts re the GC dubbledee. Three others perhaps:

Lightly raced Montjeu mare LA MOUETTE has been knocking on the door for a while finishing its races off solidly so far this campaign.

Whilst well beaten by Tim's Image this four year old ran on well again for second and was up 400m in ground - much heavier ground at that. Not bad at only her fourth start.

From the Robert Heatchote yard, she should be primed for next start at its fourth run back from a spell over the same journey or perhaps 2000 - hopefully in 14 days or so.

SIMIAN EXPRESS didn't do a bad job considering the saddle shifted at around the 1200 then it took off.

INNOCENZIO won well in Showciti's race franking his previous run behind Kryptelon.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 4/3/2008 7:56 PM
"From: dubbledee Sent: 06/01/2008 10:47
Gonna give this week's award to 3yo filly PENTACITY for her Maiden win at EF on Wednesday.

Having her 2nd run from the EI-break she went back to the tail, a mile from the leaders. McMahon could wait no longer at the 800 and he took off on a searching run to be chasing the leaders at the 200. She strode through the going like a very good horse to win in a canter.

The track was almost certainly in her favour, but she's bred to handle a distance, and should win again very soon if Bryan Guy continues with her campaign. Maybe she's an Oaks prospect. Looks a classy filly."

Resumes tomorrow in race 8 at GC, a C1 over 1400m. Might not be wound up but could produce while fresh - look for Pentacity late.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/3/2008 9:54 PM
Thanks for posting that, coins.  I've looked at the fields about 10 times today and didn't see she was in.


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« 2008-Dec-07, 11:49 AM Reply #2 »
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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/3/2008 9:55 PM
I think I saw Gold Omega in the red box and looked no further.  LOL.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 4/3/2008 11:40 PM
Re GO - would prefer M Palmer these days myself. Also hasn't had a run for awhile...

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/5/2008 9:56 AM
Was a great run by Pentacity yesterday.  She looks like having a big season.
 
Palmer managed to get Gold Omega home for 3rd, but he certainly is a worry these days.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/5/2008 10:04 AM
From: dubbledee Sent: 23/03/2008 3:38 PM
Going to the GC R7 yesterday to draw attention to an interesting ride by Dan Griffin on short-priced Askew.  Drawn the rails, the lightly-raced Anabaa gelding jumped quickly and was soon in front. But Griffin rode the horse hard and he was 5 in front within 200 metres.  He then travelled sweetly a few lengths clear of the field and it took a smart customer in the shape of Master Illusion to run him down.  Askew hung on well to run 2nd.  Punters who took the shorts would have been left wondering whether a more patient ride could have changed the outcome.

This horse goes around at GC today (Race 6 #3).  Again he's found the inside draw.  Let's see whether Griffin is a bit more patient today.

One horse I'm surprised to see running at GC is True Cross in Race 5.  A couple of months back she looked a real prospect, but her recent runs have been nothing short of disgraceful.  She's in a smart stable.  I'm puzzled at the move to persevere in her current form, let alone go up to 1800.  I'm wondering if today's plan might be to take her to the front from the red box and see what happens. She deserves to be massive odds, IMO.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/6/2008 10:34 AM
Griffin showed far more patience on Askew yesterday and didn't ever look like getting beaten.
 
As predicted, True Cross was ridden in front and held on for 3rd at good odds.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 4/7/2008 5:42 PM
A couple from the meeting on Friday:

Miss Cabriolet - first run after a let up made up a lot of ground in the straight over the unsuitable journey of 1000m. Her best distance is around 1400m - look for her in a C1.

Pentacity - as has been said - an excellent return. Looks to be in for a good prep.

Saturday:

Ordinary meeting. Can't get overly enthused about any of them.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/11/2008 11:16 PM
Gold Omega goes around at GC again tomorrow with Mitch Speers as pilot.  That brings him down to the minimum.
 
He's got some stiff opposition in the shape of Facundo who's a talented customer.  He MIGHT need one more run.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/12/2008 8:35 AM
Bit surprised that today's GC track has been rated SLOW.

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From: MSN Nicknamegratlog1 Sent: 4/12/2008 8:50 AM
Not sure what the track has received but I have a brother that lives at Currumbin and he has had heaps of rain this week.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/12/2008 9:02 AM
Steve Hawkins has made two specials at GC - Race 3 #8 SHOWCITI and Race 5 #4 COURTYARD CIRCLE.
 
We spoke about both above.  Showciti is taking on Prince Cochise, and Courtyard Circle is up against last start city 2nd Zazz.

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From: Ascot Sent: 4/12/2008 10:16 AM
DD Prince Cochise must be a living cert today now that it is fully fit.  I declare it the Forum bet of the day. 

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/12/2008 10:56 AM
Yeah, looks the right race for him.  No soft form of course.  Showciti will hopefully make a market for you.  Good luck.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/12/2008 10:00 PM
'Twas a pretty ordinary effort by the Indian today.  Bounced out as usual, but didn't seem happy when he was headed and racing on the rails.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/14/2008 1:21 PM
Courtyard Circle, Music Lover and Master Illusion were impressive winners on Saturday.
 
They look likely to win in the city in the near future.


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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 4/15/2008 7:07 PM
I wouldn't give up on ZAZZ yet either - not a bad effort at all second up. ALLROAR continues to infuriate but ran well first up.

HAVAYARN also has potential - a big track over 1500-1600 could be ideal now.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/15/2008 9:00 PM
I was surprised at the "set" taken against Zazz on Saturday.  I think I took 2.1 the place, but it got to longer odds.  We didn't need another half-stride though.
 
Had both Zazz and All Roar in the quaddie.  Thought AR was up at big odds.  He covered some ground.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 4/18/2008 4:14 PM
Bryan Guy's promising staying filly PENTACITY has her second run this prep in the Princess Stakes over 1600 m at EF tomorrow.
 
Doesn't look a tough lot to beat.  She'll be in the finish if she can stay in touch from the bad draw.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/4/2008 7:37 AM
We talked about Henrich's ASKEW a few weeks back.
 
It was an acceptor in at least 3 races over the weekend.  The stable opted for the hardest race at GC yesterday and were rewarded with 33/1.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/10/2008 10:46 AM
The form around FRIENDLY EMBRACE would give it a top hope in Race 6.  We might get a price if there's money for Lombardy and Proudly Agro.
 
A few others I'll be looking at are HESASHOW, LAROSS, SPRINTCAR and PENTUP LOVER.  The last mentioned should run the drum.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/10/2008 6:03 PM
Unfortunately the following selections were not helped by ordinary rides:

LAROSS - Forrester went way too early and just nutted out of 3rd

On the other side of the coin:

SPRINTCAR - Baker got way too far back and wasn't capable of getting the horse into clear until much too late - flew home for 4th and only beaten a small margin

Crappy riding indeed!

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/11/2008 10:46 AM
I didn't back those steeds, but from what I saw on one viewing of the Sprintcar race, I think we should back it next run.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/17/2008 11:14 AM
Good race to open the GC card today.
 
Forum favourite Raincoat has a new rider.  Several of us were impressed with Loose Unit's Mdn win at SC on 7/5.  Go General won his Mdn at Dbn beating Monchenglabach, then went poorly when fav behind Danger Line.  Back to his home track here.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/17/2008 11:14 AM
Meant to add that the chances don't end with that trio.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/17/2008 11:50 AM
NSW refugee COSTA MUCHO looked like Bernborough when he had his first local run in an Ipswich Mdn on 5/5.  Obviously taking a step up today, but he could not have been any more impressive.  Right now showing $20+ on UNiTAB.  If only we could get it.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/17/2008 12:56 PM
Raincoat shouldn't lose anything with Goltz to ride in lieu of Galloway. Loose Unit has a negative jockey change but did look good last start.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/17/2008 3:53 PM
Not sure Raincoat was happy inside horses like he was today.  The NZer looked OK at the finish.  He's an entrant in the Derby.
 
$1.90 Costa Mucho was easy money.  Tanti made a good thing of it from the jump. Steve Hawkins must have backed it, from his call.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/17/2008 4:47 PM
One I'll be watching closely in the 6th is FLECKED MARBLE.  He's not yet as good as his namesake from the 50s, but I liked his runs earlier in the year.  We haven't seen him since Mar 12.  Currently he's big odds on TAB.  I'll be testing that if it holds up.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/24/2008 11:22 AM
Few place hopes at GC today:
 
Race 2 #6 IMPERIAL GROUCH
 
Race 3 #1 RASHINI
 
Race 4 #5 BINGIL BAY
 
Race 6 #1 BORSHA'S WARRIOR
 
Race 7 #14 LAROSS
 
Race 8 #5 NORSE CODE

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/24/2008 3:36 PM
On fire so far....keep it up!


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« 2008-Dec-07, 11:51 AM Reply #4 »
 
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From: Geoff Sent: 5/24/2008 3:40 PM
and even better for DD : no winners.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/24/2008 5:48 PM
Norse Code fixed that.

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From: MSN Nicknameracehorses1 Sent: 5/24/2008 9:39 PM
Sooooooooooooooooper picking DD  
 
I heard you're out celebrating after a huuuuuuuuuuge win on the Cat toooo       
                                  
 
Don't forget you have a big assignment on June the 7th

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From: Ascot Sent: 5/24/2008 10:19 PM
That's amazing DD.
 
Bloody hard to tip one at the Coast, let alone a sequence.

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From: MSN NicknameMuggins136 Sent: 5/25/2008 10:17 AM

Well done doubles.Lucky is well named


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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/25/2008 10:54 AM
Thanks, guys. 
 
Was a super day, alright.  Dunno what happened to Laross.  
 
I've got the camera, and I'm now thinking seriously of buying a clock and setting up a website.  I certainly won't need lessons in writing the crap to go with it.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/26/2008 4:16 PM
From: dubbledee Sent: 11/05/2008 9:46 AM
I didn't back those steeds, but from what I saw on one viewing of the Sprintcar race, I think we should back it next run.
This fellow is running in the last at Royal Ipswich on Wed with B Looker in the saddle.

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From: MSN Nicknamegratlog1 Sent: 5/26/2008 4:48 PM
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SPRINTCAR - 5YO Brown Gelding
By DANASINGA - LODORE MYSTIC ROYAL BLUE, ORANGE DIAMONDS, BLACK SLEEVES AND CAP  
Trainer: John Wallace
Owner: L J & Mrs R M Stone, P L & Mrs J H Stannard, E T Broadbent, I J & Mrs F D Harrison, M E D & Mrs J M Walsh
Colours: ROYAL BLUE, ORANGE DIAMONDS, BLACK SLEEVES AND CAP
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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/26/2008 5:05 PM
He is in my bb but he doesn't strike me as an Ipswich horse though the distance should suit him.

Go more than 3 wide rounding the turn there and it is a huge task to win.

A couple of others I have in my bb going round there on Wed:

Stella Joy R7 N1- has a good form line through Diamond Sapphire, the red box and G. Colless - suspect it will be short.

Ryjatah R8 N7 - first bbd when he ran a good second to the handy Best Bid a few runs back. Then he comes out and wins at a bloody non-TAB meeting. He was unlucky last start never got a crack - up to C2 but a handy weight drop. Just a matter of hoping he can slot in somewhere one-off.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/27/2008 4:24 PM
We talked about Shaun Dywer's CALYPSO MOON last Thursday in Race 5.  It ran 3rd.
 
Go Tally was most impressive coming from the tail of the field.  I'd backed it first start at Ipswich when it struggled to run 3rd.  Last week it looked a good horse in the making as it raced away at $30+.
 
However, Byrne was never out of bother on CALYPSO MOON.  He came from a bad draw, had to go back, and then didn't see daylight till the race was over.  It was an eye-catcher extra-ordinaire.  Should be black-booked.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/27/2008 6:51 PM
Thanks dd - went back over my notes for the meeting and I had it in there "held up in straight did not get clear running - unlucky".

I also thought MY FLIGHT from Race 6 ran a nice race and would be better off on a bigger track over say 1600m. Has convictions though.

Others:

Previously touted Steel Lips (R7) keeps going from strength to strength and could be up to 0MW class, Magic Promenade (R8) is most consistent and a touch underrated. Teary Eyed (R1) could win a race soon.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 5/27/2008 9:27 PM
Yes, coins.  She ran a very good race.  My notes to paying clients:
 
MY FLIGHT raced at GC last Thursday. She had a horror draw, and missed the kick badly - as she can do. El-issa made some ground along the rails to pass a few before the turn. He then found a passage in the straight and she ran on well to get 2nd at nice odds. She'll be hard to beat in a similar event next run.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 5/29/2008 2:49 PM
Calypso Moon is in the first at GC Saturday - should be very hard to beat but likely to be short.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/7/2008 10:52 AM
We're all waiting for #1 Calypso Moon in the 2nd at GC.  I thought #2 Guilty Conscience did OK on resuming.  It's currently big odds and worth a place bet.
 
In Race 3 #3 Costa Mucho will run another good race.  #8 Flecked Marble is another who's worth a place bet.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/10/2008 11:53 AM
Finally Sprintcar did what we all know he's capable of.
 
Costa Mucho looked most impressive in his win and seems certain to win in town.
 
I wouldn't be sacking Calypso Moon on Saturday's run.


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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/10/2008 1:21 PM
Yes dd Sprintcar was not suited at Ipswich at his previous run - not his track at all.

Samui Star looked pretty good in disposing of a handy field and the 2yo debutante Za Magic revved up nicely to nail victory on the line.

A few others:

Kenshe - kenshe ever win a race? Must be just about the best performed maiden in Queensland
Snowzame - nice effort behind Costa Mucho
Tanae Amber - might be looking for 2000 hit the line pretty hard

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/12/2008 10:25 AM
HEAVY track at GC today.
 
I note our mate Golden Whistler is lining up over 1200.
 
Race 2 is a Twba reunion, with 4 of the 6 trained on the Downs.  No idea if Mini View handles the wet, but she'll give a sight.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/12/2008 9:00 PM
Yes good win by Golden Whistler (R7), who may prefer wet tracks. Colless went to school on it for his ride on Bann Ruby in the last (R8). Overdue for a win he rode it very well.

Other initial thoughts without watching replays and looking at the also rans:

Out of the GW race Schapelle is very honest and often starts overs IMHO.

Saphira (R6) confirmed the Rhumba Jack form from Clifford Park, though her run there was better than it looked as she was on the worst part of the going. I was hoping for some odds for Monashee Dancer (R3) but to no avail.

Birthday Bash (R2) put in a good performance showing some dash until running out of condition and perhaps the weight told. Black Suit certainly improved on its last effort at Toowoomba.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/12/2008 9:20 PM
I haven't seen the Whistler's race - or any - as yet.  From the call she did OK.  Pleasing to see it win for the stable and her loyal followers.
 
I had two bets...Bumper Harvest at $7.50 the place.  Steve Hawkins put me through agony listening in.  Gawd I hate betting when I can't see the race. And took $2.00 the place (pay 3) Bann Ruby in the last.  Sounds like he won well.
 
 

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/14/2008 11:20 AM
Still haven't seen Golden Whistler's or Bann Ruby's race.  Either Sky didn't show them on their overnight pgm or I stuffed up.  Probably the latter. I got the rest of the card.
 
I tipped Flecked Marble last week.  He ran a good race, I thought.  He's in again today (Race 2 #10).  I'm surprised at the lack of interest in him.  Maybe the red box is the problem, but he can handle soft.  I'll be on him.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/14/2008 4:46 PM
Dunno if ya on line, coins....Commander Love is in the last at GC.  Not a lot to beat.  Zubere looks a threat.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/14/2008 5:26 PM
No I wasn't dd - I liked Zubere - tossing up between him and Logie - they broke before I could put a bet on!

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/15/2008 10:29 AM
Convincing win by Zubere.  I think we should send Commander Love to the front line.
 
coins, When you get around to it, you'll see the run of Tamworth in the 4th.  I had a few bucks on it and thought they were down the gurgler on the turn.  Everyone will have seen it, but it was an eye-catcher.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/15/2008 10:57 AM
Yes I saw Tamworth dd - there were a couple of others in that race that screamed home as well weren't there?

Zubere seems to race better when making play - Quinnell rode him the same way Stubby did at Ipswich, but being fitter today he was able to go right on with it.

Quinnell shows some promise.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/19/2008 4:24 PM
Bann Ruby is set to have his first EF run on Saturday.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/19/2008 7:26 PM
Some in-form horses in that race - on his last run he should at least be able to handle the conditions.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/20/2008 2:32 PM
Norse Code was a good winner for us at GC two runs back.  He then was co-leader in the Derby from the outside draw and weakened right out the last 200.  Not that he'd ever have got near the leader, but I thought the ride was a tad impatient.
 
If he's taken no harm from his Derby run he should make short work of Race 5 today.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/27/2008 8:33 PM
Sprintcar has featured on here.  He's revving up at SC tomorra.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/28/2008 2:15 PM
Fairly ordinary meeting at GC today. Last race is okay - Teletor could run a race there.

Anything going there in your estimation dd?


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From: dubbledee Sent: 6/28/2008 2:27 PM
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I didn't like the card - but if arakaan can pick the quaddie I'll like it a lot.
 
Have had two bets so far.  A donkey in the first, Bumper in the 2nd for the drum.  Not sure I'll get involved later on. 
 
Teletor stays well and should be ready, but I'd be putting Zubere ahead of him with the claim.
 
The sprint is tricky.  I'd give Primal Impulse a place chance.  Your mate on top.
 
Shobelle looks the one in the 6th.  She'd beat these on her best form.
 
Ivorsong resuming in the 5th.  Outside draw.  Might be a place hope.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 6/28/2008 2:36 PM
Thanks dd - appreciate it - I'll check 'em out. Whiteley has a few other 'mates' on this forum I'd reckon.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 7/15/2008 4:48 PM
Indiana Storm once carried the tag of "Queensland's best Maiden".  Of late he's looked anything but that.  On Saturday he was stepped up to 1800 following a fair run in the SC Guineas.  Taken out to a long lead mid-race he kept going to win easily.  I don't wanna be feeding any of those behind him, but perhaps he can win again over distance.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 7/15/2008 5:51 PM
Another horse from the meeting, Mr. Officer looked okay. Trained by one K. Lantry of Legendary Man fame, this Coffs Harbour galloper was way off em on straightening and finished off hard to win.

Good ride by young Quinnell who could have easily taken the wrong option in the straight but to his credit he didn't panic and got it home.

Whilst he is still learning and is therefore prone to error on occasion , I like what I see in this apprentice.

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From GC yesterday Quinnell showed his prowess on another backmarker namely PREDOMINATOR. This horse looked good flashing home at Ipswich at its previous start and yesterday after drawing wide it came with a withering burst down the outside to mow down the opposition.

Admittedly it may have been in the best part of the track but Stephen Jones looks to have a promising horse on his hands.

Other horses to feature included ex southerner All Journey and Sheza Queenslander stepping up in distance - looks like she'll get further for sure. Quite liked At The Roxy poking home in the last.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 7/20/2008 8:20 PM
Haven't looked at them in great detail, coins, but Predominator certainly looked smart as he raced away.
 
Did you see C Small on Morongla?
 
I was surprised when Maryann Thexton started My First Affair at Doomben last week from a horror draw.  The mare ran a very good race just behind Magic Promenade.  I was even more surprised when MT backed her up yesterday from another tricky draw.  The mare was wide from the jump - admittedly with cover - but she looked a city winner when she let down over the last 200. 
 
Ms Cheshire saw a lot of the outside track yesterday.  Noreil probably should have won the 6th.

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From: arakaan Sent: 7/20/2008 8:31 PM
I'll add one to the thread.
 
Newsnight.
 
This 2yo(soon 3 of course) trained by John Morrissey ran a great race on debut last saturday week after missing the kick got home well to run 6th in limited room beaten about 2 lengths.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 7/20/2008 8:42 PM
Thanks Arakaan - all contributions most welcome. I'll check the replay again.

dd - Thought the Ballina horse would be primed yesterday and so it proved - it had good city form last prep. Watkins is riding okay at present too. Primal Impulse is also racing well. However, no doubt about Noreil, it shoulda won.

Cheshire can ride some good races e.g. the grey horse that won the first Rhickashay, but she can put in an ordinary one from time to time as well - she just lacks a little consistency.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 7/20/2008 8:44 PM
Meant to add dd, someone should tell Cyril that Morongla is no Vo Rogue in the ability department - the horse seems to hate him.

As for My First Affair - good win but may have been flattered a tad by finding the centre of the track where many winners emerged yesterday.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 7/21/2008 6:49 PM
Yep 'twas a nice run by Newsnight, Arakaan.

Well spotted.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 7/25/2008 11:54 PM
Race 2 at Dbn tomorrow will tell us if Indiana Storm has overcome his shyness for the winning post.  Not a lot to beat.
 
Last week's winner My First Affair is lining up in the last.  Tough race, but she looks a live chance.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 7/28/2008 6:25 PM
Mr. Officer mentioned in Message 80 of this thread saluted at fair odds at Port Macquarie today.

I had other things on so didn't get a chance to place a wager unfortunately.

Did anyone see the race?

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 8/4/2008 12:02 PM
From Friday's meeting:

In Race 1 Many Talents ran a nice race first up. I had bbd this horse from January and it ran up to its previous form. Better suited over 1000-1200.

In Race 8 Stresso stretched out in good style and is up to C2 or C3 I would think.

From Saturday's meeting:

Race 1 - Orbital Miss hung on strongly at its debut - beat the others easily.

Race 2 - King of the Kongo - obvious - from a nice draw should be winning and soon. Tractability is the main concern.

Race 6 - Malesia is building up to a win - just went under (sadly!) Jester Rumble got home okay.

Race 7 - Gundari bolted in and ran good time. Could be up to city class.

Race 8 - Shuffle The Cash - very lightly raced got a chequered passage early in the straight but had its chance later and went under narrowly. Beat the third horse easily. Should have considerable scope for improvement.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 8/4/2008 12:15 PM
I'd fully intended to back Malesia the drum, but got a phone call just before the race.  Hung up from call, they jumped, and we know the result.  Agree, it was a good run.


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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 8/4/2008 12:27 PM
Amazing how that kind of thing never seems to happen the other way round, isn't it?

Paid well for the place too - around $2.20.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 8/4/2008 12:28 PM
Oh, they probably do happen both ways, coins - but we tend to forget the other ones.  LOL.
 
I wasn't pulling it back though, realising you'd be on.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 8/4/2008 1:06 PM
You're probably right dd - selective memory I guess. I hope my betting is more selective this horse racing year.

I backed too many nags last year and put my faith in too many ordinary jockeys!

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From: dubbledee Sent: 8/4/2008 9:24 PM
That double meeting at GC last weekend was a bugger.  Just erased Saturday's meeting.

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From: arakaan Sent: 8/16/2008 3:21 PM
From: arakaan Sent: 20/07/2008 7:31 PM
I'll add one to the thread.
 
Newsnight.
 
This 2yo(soon 3 of course) trained by John Morrissey ran a great race on debut last saturday week after missing the kick got home well to run 6th in limited room beaten about 2 lengths.

loaded up on him at the Coast today. Looked thrown in a weak race. won well.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 8/17/2008 10:30 AM
Got an email yesterday morning from a regular contributor to this thread suggesting I back:
 
Newsnight (WON)
 
Created (WON)
 
My Rendition (WON)
 
Shuffle the Cards (WON)
 
Nice strike rate.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 8/19/2008 2:39 PM
Those video replays no doubt, dd!

If ya go back through the posts and backed the horses mentioned, ya'd probably be in front as well.

A few from Saturday's meeting:

Race 2 - Newsnight looked good in winning easily.

Race 3 - Taj Paru covered ground but chased strongly down the straight. May finally be on the improve and could win a maiden soon.

Race 4 - Created is in good form and may have another win in her - I am not sure if the winkers have been the difference or not. Canadian Poppy got jammed up in the straight.

Race 5 - Running Bear was beaten a fair way but made up good ground in the straight and did lump 58kg.

Race 6 - Very good Class 3 IMHO. Fangles did a good job to win with 58.5kg first up in a better than average time for the grade and distance. Also taken with the run of Lucky Luna who improved sharply last prep and may have more scope. I wouldn't give up on Malesia though beaten 4.4L as it is eligible for C1.

Race 7 - Tootsie Zynsky is eligible for C2 and resumed here in a C5 over the unsuitable journey of 900m. Had some difficulty getting clear in the straight but did hit the line pretty well. They broke 51 in this race.

Race 8 - Shuffle The Cash scored a good win in fast time, over a second under the average time for the class and distance - the pace was hot early. Not bad for a horse at just his fourth start - should continue to improve. The Sunshine Man did a good job running into third - up 400m in a week - should be primed for a race over a similar journey next time.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 8/19/2008 3:52 PM
Yes, could be the replays, coins.  Unless he/she is a closet sectional times subscriber.
 
I agree that Newsnight look smart in his win.  Was ridden forward and then strode away.  Might be best from behind, in better class.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 8/19/2008 4:37 PM
Dubbledee

My pound to your peanut says he/she is not a closet Sectional Times subscriber.

Agree re Newsnight - don't know what the time was in that race but did stroll in, as predicted.

A couple who have raced recently at GC are going round in Brisbane tomorrow namely Many Talents in Race 1 (does jump from 900 to 1350) and Three Little Words in Race 3 (900 to 1200).

Both look to have some ability.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/3/2008 11:35 AM
GC mare Truthful remains a Mdn after 7 runs - she's been scratched probably twice as many times - and certainly isn't destined for the limelight.
 
Today she's actually starting at Dbn in Race 2.  It's a good field, with Judge Me Not carrying a boom, and Tightrope looking pretty smart on its Twba runs to date.  I also liked Aurantia's last run.
 
Truthful will be good odds today and has a place chance.

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From: MSN NicknameMonologue9 Sent: 9/4/2008 8:41 PM
I backed a horse named "In The Clink" at the Coast last Saturday. It looked to be terribly unlucky in that it was flattened a couple of times in the straight . Looks to be as green as anything but will win races with better manners and experience.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/7/2008 10:20 PM
Mono, I think I've seen the Clink a few times at SC.  He's run a couple of fair races from memory.  Will keep an eye out for him again.
 
Handy perfomance at GC yesterday by Bailey-trained Orient Success.  Carrying the Amex colours the filly finished on very well and looks a city winner.  The Willick stable has another handy horse in Washed.  He seems to be improving and should win again.
 
I was stunned to see Grand Corso start an odds-on favourite in the staying race.  I have him in my books as a wet track DUFFER.  Was no surprise to see him beaten by a widening 10 lengths.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/7/2008 10:34 PM
Yeah nothing to add in terms of yesterday's program dd. They were the only two I noted.

Jury's out on Morning Colours - he won but it was just a win. Maybe the track conditions didn't suit.

Going back a week to 30 August 2008 I liked the win of Offshore Trader. What did you make of the run of Warrior Within in race 3?


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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/8/2008 4:52 PM
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Yes, I backed the Trader a place.  The stable have a high opinion of it.
 
Warrior Within????

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Oh August 30.  Lemme take a look.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/8/2008 5:06 PM
Yes, was a good run by Warrior Within.  I went back to its first run over 800 at Ipswich in April.  Might as well have been home in his stall.
 
He looks to be crying out for 1200.  Better keep an eye out, although I doubt they'll let us on.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/8/2008 5:15 PM
Yeah I'll check its earlier run.

There's a hot C1 over 1000m down there on Wed. Our friend Malesia is engaged. Don't know if 1000m is her ideal distance at this stage - would have preferred 1200m myself. Positive jockey change at least.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/8/2008 8:54 PM
No joy for the Thexton camp on Wednesday with Offshore Trader and Truthful drawing bad gates.  Truthful would rank among the most unlucky horses I've seen when it comes to gates.
 
I note the much-maligned Perrini is in the Malesia race - for a new trainer.  Looks to be some speed in the race, coins.  Think we'd better give M a go.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/8/2008 9:03 PM
Odds will be all important. Speed will help but the big field won't.

Arbuckle and Za Magic are handy types. Cattleman should have probably won at least 2 races. Trusted Partner will improve sharply I suspect. Above average race for mine. Form should stand up.

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From: MSN NicknameMonologue9 Sent: 9/11/2008 8:09 PM
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I backed a horse named "In The Clink" at the Coast last Saturday. It looked to be terribly unlucky in that it was flattened a couple of times in the straight . Looks to be as green as anything but will win races with better manners and experience.

Anyone see this horse today.? Finished in the money but I missed the race completely.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/11/2008 8:23 PM
Caught a glimpse of it when I got home. Was up there the whole way and just got run down near the line by the winner.

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From: MSN NicknameMonologue9 Sent: 9/12/2008 8:42 PM
Thanks coin

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/14/2008 10:37 AM
Frustration must have gotten the better of Maryann Thexton.  Truthful continues to draw bad gates.  She's scratched her several times but has bitten the bullet today and is runner her from barrier 18 in Race 3 at SC.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/14/2008 3:01 PM
Maryann must have got cold feet.  Truthful a LScr.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/17/2008 2:48 PM
From: <NOBR>NineMSN Nicknamecoinswell</NOBR> Sent: 7/09/2008 9:34 PM

Going back a week to 30 August 2008 I liked the win of Offshore Trader. What did you make of the run of Warrior Within in race 3?
Coins' tip goes around in Race 3 at Doomben today.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/17/2008 3:57 PM
Didn't see the race but it came nowhere apparently.

Not sure if there were any excuses - will have to watch the replay.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/17/2008 4:08 PM
Beat 4 home, coins.  Was beaten about 9 lengths but might as well have stayed in its GC stable.
 
Pengelly tried to go forward but was 3-4 wide and couldn't see the lure.  Was back to last before the turn.  Made little ground in the run home.
 
Forget the run.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/22/2008 9:28 AM
A few impressive winners at a fairly ordinary meeting on Saturday. At first viewing couldn't see much from the beaten brigade overall.

Race 2 - Mohito - nice win on debut. From the Bailey yard.

Race 3 - Mystical Knight - from the Hill yard - well backed and ran excellent time for a maiden.

Race 5 - Firedrake - bolted in and looks to have returned in good order.

Race 6 - La Zeel - didn't beat much but scored with real authority looks a progressive sort. Ran good time.

Race 7 - Run The Course - well ridden off the speed by Quinnell came with a strong burst down the outside. However, a note of caution: this thing has looked impressive before and not gone on with it, time was average and didn't beat a lot.

Race 8 - Intertheblack - looked the most impressive winner at the meeting for mine. Day took some time to extricate him from the pack but when he did, he sprinted very quickly. Time was nothing flash but he was being eased down the last little bit.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/22/2008 9:47 AM
Mystical Knight and Intertheblack looked good to me, too.
 
Intertheblack attracted our attention at Doomben in its Mdn win.

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From: arakaan Sent: 9/22/2008 3:56 PM
Coins,
 
La Zeel is a really interesting one. It cost me the quaddie on the wednesday meeting. couldn't have it on it's form before that race.
 
It bolts that day running 1.50 odd on a slow track which is quicker than most of those on saturday could run on the dry.
 
Was a moral on saturday and won like one.
 
You'd think being by Zabeel the further they go the better it will be.
 
Think it has a win in town if placed correctly written all over it.


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dd

Intertheblack looks very promising. I think Mystical Knight was crunched in the betting.

ara

Agree - La Zeel looks to be on the up - he has improved massively at each of his last two and with the calibre of middle distance around in Brisbane at the moment could easily win in town. As you say his times have been very good.

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From: MagiC** Sent: 9/22/2008 5:30 PM
From: <NOBR>NineMSN Nicknamecoinswell</NOBR> Sent: 22/09/2008 3:53 PM
Agree - La Zeel looks to be on the up - he has improved massively at each of his last two and with the calibre of middle distance around in Brisbane at the moment could easily win in town

May find out Saturday as he is nommed for a 2020 NMW


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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/22/2008 6:35 PM
Would be perfect for him MagiC.

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From: MagiC** Sent: 9/22/2008 7:45 PM
Yes you would think so coins,
 
Would love to know from the ratings guys exactly how much he has improved from his ballina start.
 
Would assume his last two have been pretty big jumps

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From: MagiC** Sent: 9/27/2008 8:09 PM
La Zeel made the step up again
 
Les Kelly's horse are all very hard to beat at the moment.

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From: arakaan Sent: 9/27/2008 8:12 PM
Indeed Magic and they were very genourous with the price. I can now forgive it for costing me that $7k quaddie.
 

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From: MSN NicknameKeepers_the_Legend Sent: 9/28/2008 4:31 AM
will LONGSTREET have to win by 20 lengths before he becomes a horse to follow ??
 
smashed them yet again......

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 9/28/2008 11:01 AM
Was indeed a nice win Keepers.

However, it was beautifully ridden, didn't beat much and time wasn't overly flash.

Still it could be up to a win in town, the way it is going.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 9/30/2008 10:02 PM
Coins' Warrior Within goes around at EF tomorrow in Race 3.  Colless the pilot.
 
Last start GC winner Denby looks a good chance in Race 4.  The lightly-raced Pentire 4yo takes on La Marianne.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 10/1/2008 9:05 AM
I'd expect dramatic improvement from Warrior Within today, all things being equal. Last run was a total 'forget' given the trip it had.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 10/1/2008 9:57 PM
The odds were nothing flash, coins, but the King Cugat colt was ridden well by Colless and won in handsome style.  And he'll win again.
 
You were first to spot it at GC on 30/8.

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Too bad work got in the way of having a bet dd. These things happen.

Colless generally makes em go better.

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From: dubbledee Sent: 10/3/2008 9:40 PM
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will LONGSTREET have to win by 20 lengths before he becomes a horse to follow ??
 
smashed them yet again......

Longstreet is set to contest the opener at Doomben tomorrow.


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Mystical Knight runs in the 4th at Doomben, and Intertheblack lines up in the last at Gold Coast.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 10/5/2008 9:41 PM
Some decent performances at the GC meeting yesterday:
 
Race 1: RUN THE COURSE which is eligible for easier races hit the line well late.
 
Race 2: ALCARNTSPELL was most impressive in resuming from a long break.  Ran about a half second slower than C5 and won easily.  Now a 5yo this horse was, prior to yesterday, last produced in a maiden in August 2007.  Doomben winner Fangles ran second in that race.
 
Race 3: Fasliyev 3yo IN THE MOVE debuted impressively chasing strongly late.  From the Bailey yard he started $21 - I'd be surprised if he was that quote next time.
 
Race 5: The lightly raced SAND RULER resumed in impressive fashion.  From the Heinrich stable, this horse has had his problems but made light work of the weight and the opposition in clearing out nicely at his first start since mid July.
 
Race 7: SHOWIFY backed up his nice first up run with a similar effort yesterday.  He is obviously looking for 1350 plus and is one to watch for next start if suitably placed.
 
Race 8: INTERTHEBLACK was up to C3 yesterday and though beaten at a short quote should have lost no admirers.  He had too much to do when they hit the straight but he stoked up nicely late.  BHAGWANITA backed up its previous run behind Kryptelon in town and never shirked the task.  She is no star but could be value on the place tote in the right race.


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From: dubbledee Sent: 10/10/2008 3:09 PM
Mid-week Mdn winner Warrior Within takes on the open 3yo grade at EF tomorrow.  The 1400 shouldn't be a worry and he's found a nice alley.

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From: MSN Nicknamecoinswell Sent: 11/16/2008 10:23 AM
Gillian Heinrich has a fair horse in FELINE FLYER - good enough to perform in Brisbane IMHO - races up on the speed and keeps going - can run fair time. Like yesterday getting on at reasonable odds could be the issue - I was hoping for $2.70 because of Dane Rhythm but it was a pipedream.

Also liked the run of THE ROMAN behind the improved Cuban Dancer - first start in the area after coming from Victoria - obviously had its problems but stoked up nicely late over a seemingly unsuitable distance.

UNAPRED is still fairly green and had trouble finding a possie early, then made a wide run rounding the bend and was all over the shop in the last 200m.

However it was going from a maiden to a C1 and up 300m in ground which is never easy. May be better over further.

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Gold Coast quaddie
 
3,5,6,7 / 1,3,4,7,8 / 1,2,4,9 / 2,3,5,6,11

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well tripodded the quaddie but day was made very nice in the last.
 
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Interim Results
at 17:47
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3-MY REQUEST    2.00  Exa 2 - 3  11.90 
6-MY FIRST LADY    4.80  Due 2 - 3  3.60 
11-CANYOUHEARTHEBELL    0.00  Due 2 - 6  14.50 
      Due 3 - 6  18.10 
      Tri 2 - 3 - 6  163.50 
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From: MagiC** Sent: 12/6/2008 6:41 PM
People happy to move these threads over ?
 
The Gold Coast and Brisbane Horses to follow threads ?

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New threads can be started by whoever wishes to over at Racehorse Talk without having to copy this thread, you can only follow horses for so long, this thread was started in March 2008.
 


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« 2008-Dec-07, 11:56 AM Reply #11 »
I think Azzaland may be one to follow after his demolition of a pretty handy field at the coast yesterday

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« 2008-Dec-07, 03:31 PM Reply #12 »
only query on him magic is that his only 2 city ventures have been defeats.

Just not quite sold on him yet.

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« 2008-Dec-07, 03:34 PM Reply #13 »
Yes agree arakaan,

Except one i think he was attacked in front and was only beaten 1.5 behind Woody and Buzz the first defeat, and the other was on a slow track, so maybe not a wet tracker 

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« 2008-Dec-09, 02:54 PM Reply #14 »

I was so thrilled to see Azzaland win outside of his home track of Toowoomba last Saturday,he is a real spoiled brat and throws a micky at other tracks but he must have behaved at the GC as he won by about 6L,a leading trainer from down south had been trying to purchase him for some time but Richie has been able to hold onto him,over those short sprints he should keep winning but not in Brisbane IMO.

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« 2008-Dec-09, 03:00 PM Reply #15 »
over those short sprints he should keep winning but not in Brisbane IMO.

I don't know about that Kool, was pretty impressive and looks like he may have come back a better horses then last prep.

Just hope Richie takes him back to town sooner then later as would love to see him take them on at his best.

Dry track probably suits better then wet also

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« 2008-Dec-20, 02:47 PM Reply #16 »
Circlework in a 1600m maiden somewhere near you soon. get on.

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« 2008-Dec-20, 03:42 PM Reply #17 »
only query on him magic is that his only 2 city ventures have been defeats.

Just not quite sold on him yet.

goes to town, wide gate, did work both ends.

sold.

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« 2008-Dec-20, 05:02 PM Reply #18 »

I'm so glad that Azzaland made me eat my words :what: today re not winning in town,congrats to Richie's team for turning his bad manners around and I hope he keeps winning over these short courses.

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« 2008-Dec-21, 04:10 PM Reply #19 »
Had a real nice result on him, don't think he wants much further then 1000m though   :noteworthy:

Was a pretty handy field also

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« 2008-Dec-21, 05:31 PM Reply #20 »
He'll win a nice race over the carnival in the winter ;)

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« 2008-Dec-21, 10:42 PM Reply #21 »
Do they have any nice races over winter carival time that are 1000m's ?

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« 2008-Dec-22, 07:36 AM Reply #22 »
Yes they do but I reckon he'll run 1200m

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« 2008-Dec-25, 07:27 PM Reply #23 »
Suggestion to Management... to be consistent with the Twba and SC threads, we could change the title of this thread to GOLD COAST RACING?

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« 2008-Dec-27, 08:47 AM Reply #24 »
Thinking of Omnitrader yesterday with MYSTERY CITY running strongly into third paying $23 odd He was on the mark again .Hope he returns with other inside oil.  emthup


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