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Offline PoisonPen7

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O.P. « 2014-Apr-26, 12:28 PM »
Deserves his own thread.

Had his first start as a 2YO and ran 2nd in a Mackay maiden. Then went for a 67 week spell.

Resumed and then proceeded to win his next 11 starts culminating in his winning debut in the "big smoke".

Well done to connections. Black Caviar I'm sure he is not but connections should have some good fun with him.

OUR BOY MALACHI

5yo Chestnut Gelding
D.O.B: 18-Nov-2008
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Offline monologue

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« 2014-Apr-26, 12:35 PM Reply #1 »
Nice win and has to be better than average in ability with a record like that.

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« 2014-Apr-26, 12:38 PM Reply #2 »
Anybody think he reminds them of Kingston Town ?

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« 2014-Apr-26, 01:28 PM Reply #3 »

OUR BOY MALACHI (AUS)
Chestnut gelding 2008 
Top Echelon
Bay 1999
Umatilla
Bay 1988
Miswaki
Chestnut 1978
Mr Prospector
Bay 1970
Raise a Native
Gold Digger
1961
1962
8-f
13-c
Hopespringseternal
Chestnut 1971
Buckpasser
Rose Bower
1963
1958
1-s
16-g
Dancing Show
Bay 1983
Nijinsky
Bay 1967
Northern Dancer
Flaming Page
1961
1959
2-d
8-f
Show Lady
Bay 1976
Sir Ivor
Best in Show
1965
1965
8-g
8-f
Advisory
Grey 1992
Kingston Rule
Chestnut 1986
Secretariat
Chestnut 1970
Bold Ruler
Somethingroyal
1954
1952
8-d
2-s
Rose of Kingston
Chestnut 1978
Claude
Kingston Rose
1964
1971
1-t
24>
Swank
Grey 1974
Vain
Chestnut 1966
Wilkes
Elated
1952
1957
13-c
A10
Sunset Sue
Grey 1966
Sunset Hue
Woodie Wonder
1960
1958
9-c
6-c
Rusticate
Bay 1994
Rustic Amber
Bay 1983
Thatching
Bay 1975
Thatch
Bay 1970
Forli
Thong
1963
1964
3-b
5-h
Abella
Chestnut 1968
Abernant#
Darrica
1946
1958
9-c
5-h
Forever Amber
Chestnut 1969
Bold Lad
Bay 1964
Bold Ruler
Barn Pride
1954
1957
8-d
2-e
Ambergris
Chestnut 1958
Sicambre
Quarterdeck
1948
1947
7-e
22>
Court and Spark
Chestnut 1986
Crown Jester
Chestnut 1978
Baguette
Brown 1967
Rego
Dark Jewel
1949
1953
5-d
6-c
Anjudy
Chestnut 1969
Wilkes
Puppet
1952
1961
13-c
13-e
Kingston's Hope
Chestnut 1981
Bletchingly
Brown 1970
Biscay
Coogee
1965
1959
2-o
7-a
Ada Hunter
Bay 1970
Andrea Mantegna
Almah
1961
1957
4-f
12-b
 Ancestor duplications:Bold Ruler5m x 5m Wilkes5m x 5f

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« 2014-Apr-26, 07:55 PM Reply #4 »
Johny O'Sing, Porky would know him well, as do I, well deserved ... lovely bloke, hopefully plenty more wins in store  :bdn:

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« 2014-Apr-26, 08:34 PM Reply #5 »
Auth is obviously referring to this:

Bletchingly
Brown 1970

Ada Hunter
Bay 1970

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« 2014-Apr-26, 09:28 PM Reply #6 »
Auth is obviously referring to this:

Bletchingly
Brown 1970

Ada Hunter
Bay 1970


  emthup

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« 2014-Apr-26, 09:33 PM Reply #7 »
Anybody think he reminds them of Norman Von Nida?

Norman Guy Von Nida (14 February 1914 Ė 20 May 2007) was an Australian professional golfer.

Von Nida was born in Strathfield and grew up in Brisbane. He turned professional in 1933, after attracting attention by winning the Queensland Amateur aged just 18. He became one of Australia's finest professional golfers, and the first Australian to win regularly on the British tour, although World War II certainly deprived him of competition during what might have been his peak years. In 1946 he travelled to Britain for the first time and finished second on the Order of Merit; in 1947, he returned and won seven tournaments and topped the Order of Merit.[1] He was renowned for his short temper - at a tournament in 1948 he became involved in an argument with future U.S. Ryder Cup player Henry Ransom that resulted in the local sheriff having to pull them apart, and he was also known to hurl his putter into the undergrowth after missing putts, on occasions breaking or even losing them mid-round.[2]

The PGA Tour of Australasia's developmental tour is named the Von Nida Tour after him.

Von Nida died in a Gold Coast, Queensland nursing home, aged 93.[3]

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« 2014-Apr-27, 06:55 AM Reply #8 »
Did i hear a whisper that the horse will go to team hawks if won in town yesterday or something like that

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« 2014-Jun-08, 10:15 PM Reply #9 »
Just been pointed out to me, or anybody that read it, that This guy is related to Australia.


Offline wily ole dog

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« 2014-Jun-17, 04:17 PM Reply #11 »
Should kill that lot

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« 2014-Jun-18, 10:35 AM Reply #12 »
There's some speed in that pedigree , then there's .... Kingston Rule .
Good on them .

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« 2014-Jun-18, 12:08 PM Reply #13 »
If you think OBM is well bred . .

Check out the breeding of Hodgie and Mo  :whistle:

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« 2014-Jun-18, 02:25 PM Reply #14 »
It's an old Woodlands family from what I can see but no longer being on the stud book is very frustrating.

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« 2014-Jun-18, 03:43 PM Reply #15 »
If you think OBM is well bred . .

Check out the breeding of Hodgie and Mo  :whistle:

I got excited when the breeding sights all had him as a stallion/colt still, thanst I looked at the form guide and they put a dampener on it.  :(

HODGIE AND MO (AUS)Chestnut colt 2007 
Top Echelon
Bay 1999
Umatilla
Bay 1988
Miswaki
Chestnut 1978
Mr Prospector
Bay 1970
Raise a Native
Gold Digger
1961
1962
8-f
13-c
Hopespringseternal
Chestnut 1971
Buckpasser
Rose Bower
1963
1958
1-s
16-g
Dancing Show
Bay 1983
Nijinsky
Bay 1967
Northern Dancer
Flaming Page
1961
1959
2-d
8-f
Show Lady
Bay 1976
Sir Ivor
Best in Show
1965
1965
8-g
8-f
Advisory
Grey 1992
Kingston Rule
Chestnut 1986
Secretariat
Chestnut 1970
Bold Ruler
Somethingroyal
1954
1952
8-d
2-s
Rose of Kingston
Chestnut 1978
Claude
Kingston Rose
1964
1971
1-t
24>
Swank
Grey 1974
Vain
Chestnut 1966
Wilkes
Elated
1952
1957
13-c
A10
Sunset Sue
Grey 1966
Sunset Hue
Woodie Wonder
1960
1958
9-c
6-c
Rusticate
Bay 1994
Rustic Amber
Bay 1983
Thatching
Bay 1975
Thatch
Bay 1970
Forli
Thong
1963
1964
3-b
5-h
Abella
Chestnut 1968
Abernant#
Darrica
1946
1958
9-c
5-h
Forever Amber
Chestnut 1969
Bold Lad
Bay 1964
Bold Ruler
Barn Pride
1954
1957
8-d
2-e
Ambergris
Chestnut 1958
Sicambre
Quarterdeck
1948
1947
7-e
22>
Court and Spark
Chestnut 1986
Crown Jester
Chestnut 1978
Baguette
Brown 1967
Rego
Dark Jewel
1949
1953
5-d
6-c
Anjudy
Chestnut 1969
Wilkes
Puppet
1952
1961
13-c
13-e
Kingston's Hope
Chestnut 1981
Bletchingly
Brown 1970
Biscay
Coogee
1965
1959
2-o
7-a
Ada Hunter
Bay 1970
Andrea Mantegna
Almah
1961
1957
4-f
12-b
 Ancestor duplications:Bold Ruler5m x 5m Wilkes5m x 5f

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« 2014-Jun-18, 06:05 PM Reply #16 »
Ada Hunter :love: :love: :love:

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« 2014-Jun-18, 06:20 PM Reply #17 »
Yep.

Our feisty golf champ Norman Von  Nida responsible for both The King and Black Caviar.



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« 2014-Jun-18, 09:09 PM Reply #18 »
Black Caviar ?

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2014-Jun-18, 09:40 PM Reply #19 »
Black Caviar ?

Yes

Get your nose outta Timeform and do some research.  :biggrin:

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« 2014-Jun-19, 12:16 AM Reply #20 »
Will shit in, was terribly ridden two starts ago :)

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« 2014-Jun-19, 01:32 PM Reply #21 »
Talk of him being sent south.

I know the sprinting company is easier than in Brisbane, but gee, it's a challenge.

And I'd be an expert on this.  For mine, it's a matter of running at Dalby or Gatton.  :lol:

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« 2014-Jun-19, 03:46 PM Reply #22 »
He fell in.  :sweat:

And if it was not for Bernadette on Sky I would not have realised, despite posting both pedigrees here, that he and Hodgie And Mo are brothers.


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« 2014-Jun-19, 03:52 PM Reply #23 »
If you think OBM is well bred . .

Check out the breeding of Hodgie and Mo  :whistle:


That was Arthur being a smartarse . . .

And went over like a lead balloon  :whistle:

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« 2014-Jun-19, 03:53 PM Reply #24 »

That was Arthur being a smartarse . . .

And went over like a lead balloon  :whistle:

 :shutup:    emthup


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