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Offline dubbledee

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« 2010-Dec-26, 09:55 AM Reply #50 »
Good luck to mono, Bazza and the team at Royal Randwick.

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« 2010-Dec-26, 10:09 AM Reply #51 »
Track is a good 2.  Will win.

Offline vadim

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« 2010-Dec-26, 11:56 AM Reply #52 »
With the favourite now it looks like a good thing.

The Cleveland mafia crew will drink the bar out should he get up.

Looks like a good call going to Sydney when we look at the Brisbane weather.

Good luck to the crew :no1:

Go nash

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« 2010-Dec-26, 11:59 AM Reply #53 »
Good luck to connections today :beer:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 02:42 PM Reply #54 »
Congratulations. All your Christmases have come at once.   :yes:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 02:47 PM Reply #55 »
Mono the TVN media hog.    :lol:     :lol:


Congrats mate, very well done.   emthup

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« 2010-Dec-26, 06:57 PM Reply #56 »
Top effort first-up, and big credit to Bazza for another interstate success. :clap2:

I expect mono will be talking algebra by now. :drinks:

Congrats, mate.  I'm hoping to win a Cushion Mdn some time this year.  :lol:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 07:25 PM Reply #57 »
I've got it all on tape Triples - Mono won't live this down  :lol:

Will be replay for years to come :no1:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 07:28 PM Reply #58 »
I've got it all on tape Triples - Mono won't live this down  :lol:

Will be replay for years to come :no1:

lol

Post it on here if ya can Vad, share the laughter :beer:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 08:24 PM Reply #59 »
Mono the TVN media hog.     :lol:       :lol:  


Congrats mate, very well done.    emthup  

Shite--shared the win but could you have been there after the race--would have been the best.

Missed the TVN thing---yes please put it in the forum.

   Congrats---all---what a night in Sydney for you guys

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« 2010-Dec-26, 09:31 PM Reply #60 »
lol

Post it on here if ya can Vad, share the laughter :beer:

Mark - someone better than I can probably post the TVN after race race comments with Richie.

Mono couldn't wait for Barry to leave his spot  :lol:

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« 2010-Dec-26, 11:11 PM Reply #61 »
Looking forward to seeing this now........

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« 2010-Dec-27, 12:04 AM Reply #62 »
Well just back from a hit and run mission....Raining when we flew down to Sydney...Raining when we got to Sydney,but after a few prayers from my Catholic mate the sun appeared from behind some storm clouds and before long I was applying the sun tan lotion.

A lovely win by our horse and a great training feat by Bazza.   

I Didn't mean to hog the mike but just couldn't help myself....especially when a mate (also tab manager) asked me  to to give the agency a free plug.  Was happy to help a mate out and I'm sure he'll pick up my drinks tab soon for for giving his agency a plug.. :beer:

To have a winner anywhere is great but Royal Randwick was pretty special today, and to bring back a truck load of that NSW cash to Qld  made it even better.

Thank you to everyone for your well wishes and congratulations sent via txt messages, voice mail and e-mails.  It was much appreciated by myself and the rest of the team.



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« 2010-Dec-27, 06:02 AM Reply #63 »
Did ya actually tip it here, ya miserable pxxxxk?
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« 2010-Dec-27, 06:41 AM Reply #64 »

I'm absolutely rapt for you Mono!!   :beer: :clap2: :clap2: :clap2: :beer:

Did they sell that XXXX Gold for you down at Randwick??

Here is an article from the Bigpond site. Unfortunately the replay isn't available (yet).

Havatryst keeps unbeaten record

Barry Baldwin ventured to Sydney in search of prizemoney and good weather and the trainer left with both as Havatryst maintained his unbeaten run at Randwick.

The three-year-old made it three wins from as many starts as he ran down Posh Chic to take out the Autumn Carnival On Sale Now Handicap (1200m) on Sunday.

"We were chasing good weather," Baldwin said of his decision to bring Havatryst from Brisbane to Sydney.

"The main reason we came down was to try and qualify him for three-year-old races in Brisbane during next year's winter carnival because he was balloted out of a race up there a couple of weeks ago."

The son of Foreplay settled one pair back from the leaders in the 1200m contest as Posh Chic and Rampart raced together in front.

Posh Chic ($7.50) kicked strongly in the straight but Havatryst, the $2.30 favourite, gathered momentum over the final 200m to win by a neck with 1-3/4 lengths to Kingfisher ($7.50) in third.

"He knuckled down really well and we're happy with that," Baldwin said.

"He's still learning, that was the first time he's been ridden from in behind them."

Jockey Tim Clark expects Havatryst to improve again off the win as the gelding wasn't really comfortable in his first look at Randwick.

"I think he was a bit lost down here away from home," Clark said.

"He didn't seem comfortable, I was always at him to do it rather than him doing it himself.

"He can only get better."


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« 2010-Dec-27, 08:29 AM Reply #65 »
Norton...Did I need to tip it?

Rad thanks mate.

No xxxx down at Randwick.  Not sure what I was drinking but there was plenty of it.
The girls settled in on that expensive champagne they always seem to want to drink when it's my shout :mad:

Was a sureal experience winning a race at Randwick..and one I could get use to.

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« 2010-Dec-27, 08:42 AM Reply #66 »
Congrats Mono.  emthup

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« 2010-Dec-27, 08:56 AM Reply #67 »
Fortunately I declared for it in your absence.. Here's the view.  You were seeing double by this stage.

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« 2010-Dec-27, 09:20 AM Reply #68 »
Good on you blokes Mono  emthup

I got nervous just watching with my few dollars on.

I dead set reckon I would have a heart attack if I owned something as good as that and was watching it live.

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« 2010-Dec-27, 09:24 AM Reply #69 »
Top stuff Mono :beer:

Another article from Thoroughbred News

Winning hat trick for Havatryst     26 Dec 2010
ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk

Talented three-year-old Havatryst became the latest Queensland-trained galloper to pillage Sydney's prizemoney coffers when he scored a powerhouse win in Sunday's $70,000 Autumn Carnival On Sale Now Benchmark 73 Handicap (1200m) at Randwick.
 

Streets Away and Falino, who was runner-up to Benny's Buttons in the Group Three Patinack Farm Vo Rogue Plate (1350m) at Doomben on Sunday, have also made successful Sydney raids in recent weeks.

Trained by Barry Baldwin, the well-backed son of Foreplay was resuming after scoring wins at his first two starts in Brisbane during the spring.

While he led in both of those, jockey Tim Clark was happy to take a sit on Havatryst on Sunday, settling him in third behind leader Rampart and eventual runner-up Posh Chic.

Posh Chic took control of the race at the top of the straight and looked like she might have pinched it but Havatryst put his mind on the job and arrived just in time to score by a neck with Kingfisher running on from the back for third another 1-1/2 lengths away.

Baldwin made the trip to Randwick to watch Havatryst and was satisfied with what he saw.

"He knuckled down to it well and I'm quite happy with that effort," Baldwin said.

"He's still learning. It was the first time he's been ridden from behind.

"Randwick can be a bit tricky for a horse like him whose never been on it so I thought he did a reasonable job."

Baldwin also revealed Havatryst took time to settle in to his new environment after travelling down from Eagle Farm earlier in the week.

"He only came down on Tuesday, he took a couple of days to settle in so he should improve further," Baldwin said.

Clark also believed Havatryst would improve from the experience and said the youngster got lost when he didn't lead.

"He got back in behind the speed which we didn't really expect," Clark said.

"He was probably a bit lost back in behind there and wasn't sure what to do but he knuckled down good late and was strong on the line."

By Foreplay out of Groom Dancer mare Conjugality, Havatryst has banked more than $100,000 for his owners M J Eaton, N J Harris, A B Hopkins, D E Edwards, A T Bloomer & J R Montgomery and is now unbeaten from three starts.

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« 2010-Dec-27, 09:33 AM Reply #70 »
Well done Mono. A great memory for you. I didn't have a zac on it, so it's chances were greatly improved. Hopefully many more wins in store

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« 2010-Dec-27, 10:04 AM Reply #71 »
Sounds like a typical day out for you, mono. :rolleyes:

Did ya need to go to Lost and Found?  :lol:

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« 2010-Dec-27, 10:21 AM Reply #72 »
Thats was a good win.I was on the quinny but backed the 2nd horse due to the price.

It was home and hosed and Hava looked to be gone at the rise.

Geez he knuckled down well and obviously knows how to fight :thumbsup:

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« 2010-Dec-27, 12:03 PM Reply #73 »
congrats mono great to see and plenty more to come and you could become more famous than dd  :no1:

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« 2010-Dec-27, 12:05 PM Reply #74 »
 :lol:

I just wish I had mono's money. :shy:


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