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Offline dubbledee

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O.P. « 2010-Sep-25, 07:37 PM »
We saw Foreplay 3yo HAVATRYST win the Open 3yo at Doomben today at just his second start.  On debut he'd demolished a field of questionable quality in a mid-week Mdn at EF.

While he scored in a nail-biting finish today, it was the manner in which he won that had observers talking.  Heavily backed into favouritism on the wet track, he was hunted out by Munce from an outside draw.  He didn't get an easy lead, and was taken on by several in the straight.  But he showed rare courage to get the prize from smart filly Wonderful Lass.  Some were asking whether he'd been comfortable on the wet surface.  If he wasn't, it's bad news for his opponents.

One of our forum mates is in the ownership of HAVATRYST and cleaned up today.  (I'll leave it to him to identify himself.)  Suffice to say he enjoys a  :beer: and I expect will be doing that right now.   :lol:  

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« 2010-Sep-25, 07:39 PM Reply #1 »
We saw Foreplay 3yo HAVATRYST win the Open 3yo at Doomben today at just his second start.  On debut he'd demolished a field of questionable quality in a mid-week Mdn at EF.

While he scored in a nail-biting finish today, it was the manner in which he won that had observers talking.  Heavily backed into favouritism on the wet track, he was hunted out by Munce from an outside draw.  He didn't get an easy lead, and was taken on by several in the straight.  But he showed rare courage to get the prize from smart filly Wonderful Lass.  Some were asking whether he'd been comfortable on the wet surface.  If he wasn't, it's bad news for his opponents.

One of our forum mates is in the ownership of HAVATRYST and cleaned up today.  (I'll leave it to him to identify himself.)  Suffice to say he enjoys a  :beer: and I expect will be doing that right now.    :lol:   


I like forumites that enjoy a  ())=( :drinks:

Good fellas    :lol:

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« 2010-Sep-25, 07:52 PM Reply #2 »
Lovely win.   emthup  

Congrats mate, you're going to have plenty of fun with him.

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« 2010-Sep-25, 09:04 PM Reply #3 »
It certainly was a good (and exciting) win!

And I'm sure there's plenty more in store...

BG

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« 2010-Sep-25, 11:07 PM Reply #4 »
Thanks everyone for the kind words.

Well to say today has been a hoot would be understating it somewhat.

We were very confident about his first win 11's into 7's but when the rain came today we were not sure how he would perform.
He didn't let us down and though it was a very skinny win in the end it was full of merrit from a wide draw and a wet track.

Not sure if you have noticed but the Foreplays are winning everywhere and currently leading the 2nd season sires list.

Fingers crossed he can continue on his way.

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« 2010-Sep-25, 11:11 PM Reply #5 »
congrats mono great to see

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« 2010-Sep-25, 11:14 PM Reply #6 »
Congratulations mono. May there be many more wins in store mate  emthup

Offline gratlog

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« 2010-Sep-26, 09:04 AM Reply #7 »
Couldn't happen to a more decent bloke.  emthup

great stuff Mono.

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« 2010-Sep-26, 10:04 AM Reply #8 »
                                                            Congrats Mono  -())=(  :)


                                                            Hope you have plenty more
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« 2010-Sep-26, 12:13 PM Reply #9 »
grats you can think that as those who know him do , but don't tell him it'll go to his head lol

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« 2010-Sep-26, 12:24 PM Reply #10 »
  :lol:

One good thing about these forums is that you do meet some decent people, especially at the Brekky Creek  emthup

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« 2010-Sep-26, 12:47 PM Reply #11 »
Congrats to Mono and the mafia.

Offline dubbledee

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« 2010-Sep-26, 01:33 PM Reply #12 »
One thing's certain, if the horse keeps winning the BRC hospitality budget will be well into the red.

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« 2010-Sep-26, 02:14 PM Reply #13 »
Thanks dd it was a pleasure to drink yours for a change.  lol :beer:

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« 2010-Sep-26, 02:20 PM Reply #14 »
 :sad:

Offline vadim

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« 2010-Sep-26, 03:51 PM Reply #15 »
I will publicly congratulate Mono because I think he was speaking Swahili at 10.00pm last night and probably can't remember calling me  :lol:

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« 2010-Sep-26, 03:53 PM Reply #16 »
  :lol:

Offline dubbledee

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« 2010-Sep-26, 03:54 PM Reply #17 »
First owner to ever request a 2nd DVD 'coz he'd worn out the original. :nowink:

Offline monologue

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« 2010-Sep-26, 04:17 PM Reply #18 »
Wanted to make sure we had won dd before I cashed in my winning tickets including the  triecta and First Four :sweat:

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« 2010-Sep-26, 09:05 PM Reply #19 »
So, does the name indicate some desire by Mono?


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« 2010-Sep-26, 11:12 PM Reply #20 »
The name of its parents are interesting, I am sure you will note that on your twitter thing.   emthup

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« 2010-Sep-28, 08:34 PM Reply #21 »
Gee, ya would think the bloke would get excited like ME.  Do you take Prozac before you go to the races Mono?



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Offline vadim

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« 2010-Sep-28, 08:55 PM Reply #22 »
Bloody green  :lol:

Offline monologue

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« 2010-Sep-28, 09:06 PM Reply #23 »
http://www.horseracingonly.com.au/Photos/g13507.jpg
How's this Ross?   A bit more emotion.

Offline monologue

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« 2010-Sep-28, 09:13 PM Reply #24 »


That's better.


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