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Offline qwertyu1234567

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« 2009-Jan-03, 12:15 PM Reply #50 »
Looks East today, my winners today,

R1 #3 MOMENTOUSLY
R2 #9 SAVANNA LA MAR
R3 #9 A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
R4 #1 FAST LOVER
        wont know where they all went
        for the first 800m, but the last 50m
R5 #6 DOUG'S MATE
R6 #5 PRIMEVAL DEMAND
R7 #3 AZZALAND
R8 #4 TEJADA

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« 2009-Jan-03, 01:53 PM Reply #51 »
Looks East today   ;)

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« 2009-Jan-03, 02:57 PM Reply #52 »
Q's Q for today  8-)
Gallops - GOLD COAST (QLD)
Race 05 - 4:00 PM
THE MONK BAR CLASS 6 PLT
Selections:
1 HUNTERS MOON,
4 OUR LUKAS,
6 DOUG'S MATE,
13 LA ZEEL
 
Event: Gallops - GOLD COAST (QLD)
Race 06 - 4:38 PM
THE DYNASTY LOUNGE C,G&E CL6 HCP
Selections:
1 HY DREAM,
2 SIMPLEX,
5 PRIMEVAL DEMAND,
8 ONION,
14 MR ORIENT
 
Event: Gallops - GOLD COAST (QLD)
Race 07 - 5:18 PM
BAT OUT OF HELL HCP
Selections:
1 KEEN COMMANDER,
2 BITABIFF,
3 AZZALAND
 
Event: Gallops - GOLD COAST (QLD)
Race 08 - 5:58 PM
CLUB RNB HCP
Selections:
1 RUMBA JACK,
4 TEJADA,
11 SMOKIN' DAVE,
12 SHEW STONE,
13 DARDAN,
16 MARGY MAGIC,
17 GOLD ENERGY
 
Bet Type: Quaddie

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« 2009-Jan-03, 03:40 PM Reply #53 »
You'd have to think I've got this, yes  8-)

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« 2009-Jan-03, 03:42 PM Reply #54 »
Ulladulla has some hope in the last.  It was short of a run last time when trapped 4 deep up in the lead the whole way.  Had to weaken that day.

Today it drops from C6 grade with 53 to a much weaker 0MW with 3.5kg over the limit and G Colless the jockey change.  This will present a much fitter horse today and can handle soft tracks.  He might need one more run but will give a show in the lead.

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« 2009-Jan-03, 04:20 PM Reply #55 »
 :wacko: your kidding :shy:

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« 2009-Jan-03, 04:25 PM Reply #56 »
Q, I bet you have a sneaky coule of bucks on it just in case  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-03, 04:32 PM Reply #57 »
Not that smart Grat's
It had No hope, would of been 100/1
on track  :(

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« 2009-Jan-03, 05:01 PM Reply #58 »
Good one to M Paget and his Manager   :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-03, 05:05 PM Reply #59 »
AZZALAND
AZZALAND
AZZALAND
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« 2009-Jan-03, 05:11 PM Reply #60 »
Good one to M Paget and his Manager   :biggrin:

Might be one to Blackbook MARGY MAGIC  12.20, has improved many lengths under the care of Miss Willick.

Was a gem of a ride also, they have been riding him up on the pace his last couple but Paget decided to ride him quietly and ride him for luck with a solid pace up front.

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« Last Edit: 2009-Jan-04, 04:33 PM by MagiC~* »

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« 2009-Jan-03, 05:59 PM Reply #61 »
He has rode it like a wild Indian its last few. The run 2 starts ago would have flattened it racing wide in the heat etc.


I was hopeful they would spell it and not let it go completely over the top.
We have winter to think off.


Cheers

The-Kid

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« 2009-Jan-04, 09:30 AM Reply #62 »
Gee, looking at the Bat replay, I'd think the way it was run was the only possible way AZZALAND could have been beaten.

Gary Baker won't need to be told, but his ride from the turn to the 200 was difficult to understand.  I guess he was waiting for the run which never came.  Had he come inside or outside from the turn, AZZALAND wins comfortably, IMO.  Little compensation to connections and those who backed him.

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« 2009-Jan-04, 09:33 AM Reply #63 »
Dunno what's going on with the ALBERT THE FAT engagement.

Initially it was G Boss replacing Patillo.  Then he'd decided he wouldn't come to GC due to lack of other good rides.  That gave the mount to D Nikolic.  Then today's S-M reports that G Boss is riding it.

I guess we'll find out Saturday, if not earlier. :wacko:

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« 2009-Jan-04, 09:41 AM Reply #64 »
I was surprised to see that ATF was taken hold of and dropped back to the rear at it's last run. (yes I backed it  :mad:). It was obviously a pre-race plan. What is the ruling about changing racing habits. I always hear before a race that stewards advise of a change of riding habits. Did they announce, or are they required to do so. If not, why do some do it?

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« 2009-Jan-04, 10:06 AM Reply #65 »
I thought the run was enormous ...... I think Baker thought Keen Commander was going to give him a cart into the race around the corner, but he wasn't going as good as some people had expected and he had to switch back to the inside.

Not sure, but he didn't look to be a 100% comfortable in the going around the back  :what:

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« 2009-Jan-04, 04:16 PM Reply #66 »
Good one to M Paget and his Manager   :biggrin:

Might be one to Blackbook MARGY MAGIC  12.20, has improved many lengths under the care of Miss Willick.

Was a gem of a ride also, they have been riding him up on the pace his last couple but Paget decided to ride him quietly and ride him for luck with a solid pace up front.

 :thumbsup:

Another winner for M Paget ...... 1 ride 1 winner Murwullumbah

4   DANEWIN BEAUTY 14.8 14.2 4.4   M PAGET
« Last Edit: 2009-Jan-04, 04:32 PM by MagiC~* »

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« 2009-Jan-04, 04:19 PM Reply #67 »
How far out was the rail yesterday?

Doesn't take long for me to forget.

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« 2009-Jan-05, 08:43 PM Reply #68 »
The rail was in TRUE position yesterday.

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« 2009-Jan-05, 08:46 PM Reply #69 »
Wonder how much damage was done and also wonder the rail will be this coming Saturday?

IMO this track doesn't recover as fast as some others

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« 2009-Jan-05, 08:52 PM Reply #70 »
Well, they didn't go near the rail, so I can't see much reason to move it.

I wouldn't be outlaying tax-paid dollars on anything for Saturday's card at this very moment.

Moist SE winds are persisting along the coast.

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« 2009-Jan-07, 03:18 PM Reply #71 »
I'd expect most readers of this site are aware of Graham Potter's blogspot on SE Qld racing.

http://www.horseracingonly.blogspot.com/

His review of last Saturday's meeting at GC makes interesting reading.

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« 2009-Jan-07, 05:09 PM Reply #72 »
I remember hearing the track manager state a couple of weeks ago that the rail will probably go out 3 mtrs for the big day.

Black Piranah may end up on the outside rail in winning the 3year old MM.

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« 2009-Jan-08, 10:45 AM Reply #73 »
The Fillies and Mares Handicap has draw together a good field from the locals with a couple of visitors to complicate matters.

I backed ILLUMINATES the hole last week at Randwick and she ran on very well from the tail.  She's back from a Melbourne jaunt.  I recall her winning one of the MM races, maybe 2 years ago.

But I'll be sticking with BAREENA.  She's a class act, and won this race last year if my memory's correct.  All good runs this prep.  We thought at first she was a super-mudder, but maybe that's not the case.  She looks weighted to win.  She's current fav on fixed odds markets - and deserves to be.

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« 2009-Jan-08, 11:29 AM Reply #74 »
The Fillies and Mares Handicap has draw together a good field from the locals with a couple of visitors to complicate matters.

I backed ILLUMINATES the hole last week at Randwick and she ran on very well from the tail.  She's back from a Melbourne jaunt.  I recall her winning one of the MM races, maybe 2 years ago.

But I'll be sticking with BAREENA.  She's a class act, and won this race last year if my memory's correct.  All good runs this prep.  We thought at first she was a super-mudder, but maybe that's not the case.  She looks weighted to win.  She's current fav on fixed odds markets - and deserves to be.



Almost my exact thoughts.

Wonder what Price Bareena is going to scrub up at?


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