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O.P. « 2017-Dec-14, 05:34 PM »
MAGIC MILLIONS 2YO CLASSIC (R.L.) (1200 METRES)

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 11 JONKER David Atkins 0 57kg
2 11 EF TROOP Tony Gollan Matthew McGillivray 0 57kg
3 0x11 QUACKERJACK Mark Newnham Koby Jennings 0 57kg
4 1x4 LEGISLATION Peter & Paul Snowden Damian Browne 0 57kg
5 12 FULLAZABOOT Stuart Kendrick Tye Angland 0 57kg
6 1x27 CROCKETT Tony McEvoy Jamie Kah 0 57kg
7 2x3 BONDI Peter & Paul Snowden Blake Shinn 0 57kg
8 26 SKYRAY Clarry Conners Jason Collett 0 57kg
9 6x1 MERYL Lee Curtis Christian Reith 0 55kg
10 212 SECRET LADY Gary Portelli Ben Melham 0 55kg
11 3x11 SUNLIGHT Tony McEvoy Luke Currie 0 55kg
12 1x NOMOTHAJ David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Stephen Baster 0 55kg
13 1 OUTBACK BARBIE Tony Gollan Jim Byrne 0 55kg
14 22 ANTHEMOESSA Matt Cumani Jordan Childs 0 55kg
15 8x33 WITHERSPOON Brad Widdup Corey Brown 0 55kg
16 1 WHISKEY SHOOTER Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark 0 55kg
17e 323 PAQUIRRI Gary Moore 0 57kg
18e 42 TERMINOLOGY Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 0 55kg
19e 91 SPIRITíS PRIDE Michael Nolan 0 57kg
20e 154 SUGAR SIZZLE Angela Plumb Ryan Plumb 0 55kg
21e 3x CATASTROPHIC Chris Munce 0 57kg

GOLD COAST MAGIC MILLIONS 3YO GUINEAS (R.L.) (1400 METRES)

No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 4137x121 PIERATA Gregory Hickman Corey Brown 0 57kg
2 124x811083 GOODFELLA Bjorn Baker Jason Collett 0 56.5kg
3 1411x318 WHYPEEO Toby Edmonds 0 56.5kg
4 3x2521x329 CURDLED Peter Robl Jim Byrne 0 56.5kg
5 9x114x0271 SAINT PATRICKS DAY Chris Munce Ron Stewart 0 56.5kg
6 3x14x11 BEL SONIC Jason Warren Ben Melham 0 56kg
7 2x21250x37 SHOGUN SUN Kelly Schweida Damian Browne 0 56kg
8 x4958316x6 ARRESTAR Matthew Dunn 0 56kg
9 2144x1 WILD HEART Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes Brenton Avdulla 0 56kg
10 x1530x1135 MAGNUFIGHTER Gary Duncan Jamie Kah 0 56kg
11 6x129x23 CALCULATED Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 0 56kg
12 5645211x00 PINCH PASSION Robert Heathcote Christian Reith 0 56kg
13 261x12 SMARTEDGE Peter & Paul Snowden Tye Angland 0 56kg
14 x1x1233x60 CELLARGIRL Kelly Schweida Michael Walker 0 54.5kg
15 221x11 SASSO CORBARO Kris Lees Damien Oliver 0 54kg
16 24x21134 LADY OF CREBILLY Phillip Stokes Regan Bayliss 0 54kg
17e 133x2614 I AM IMPINGE (NZ) Toby Edmonds 0 56kg
18e 10x413 CRUZE Barry Lockwood 0 56kg
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« 2017-Dec-14, 05:44 PM Reply #1 »
Ardoyne Road out of Millions contention

Trainer Tony Sears has elected to take a cautious path with highly promising filly Ardoyne Road and she will miss the Magic Millions Classic.

Ardoyne Road created a huge impression at her first start at Doomben two weeks ago when she missed the start but circled the field to lead most of the way for an easy win.

Sears had intended to send Ardoyne Road into the $2 Million Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m) on January 13 without another run.

But in the end he has decided not to rush the daughter of sire Top Echelon.

"It took her two weeks to get over the Doomben run. It isn't the reason we have decided not to run her in the Millions. It is more the heat and the owner is very patient," Sears said.

"He would rather have a horse for the long term than ruin her by pushing her too hard."

"Some people might say it was a silly thing to say about a $2 million race. But a lot of horses have been ruined by being pushed too hard early."

Sears said an option remained for Golden Slipper in March,

"I have that big an opinion of her but again we won't be rushing her," Sears said.


https://wwos.nine.com.au/2017/12/13/15/35/ardoyne-road-out-of-millions-contention

I'm really gobsmacked about this. (Yes I did back her).

You buy a horse at the MM Sales by a well known speed sire, it puts in a debut run that suggests it is a big chance in the race, then you do not run it in the MM (or the Slipper it seems).

Personally I think it is a very naive decision that makes a number of assumptions that rarely come true.

Like the assumption that if you do not over-race a 2yo sprinter it will somehow be a better horse when it comes back.

The reason it is ahead of the pack now is that it has probably developed earlier than it's peers - but they will catch up.

You have a fast 2yo you make money while the iron is hot IMO. Pretty rare that they will be any good later on. That "take your time with them" philosophy applies more to stayers.


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« 2017-Dec-14, 05:56 PM Reply #2 »
PP you have sprinting and Maturity confused, just because a horse is bred to be a sprinter doesn't Automatically mean they are mature as a 2 year old, just to make a point Redzel, Chautauqua and Black Caviar were not pushed to win big 2 year old races....and they are sprinting bred...but giving them time paid off wouldn't you say?

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« 2017-Dec-14, 09:48 PM Reply #3 »
PP you have sprinting and Maturity confused, just because a horse is bred to be a sprinter doesn't Automatically mean they are mature as a 2 year old, just to make a point Redzel, Chautauqua and Black Caviar were not pushed to win big 2 year old races....and they are sprinting bred...but giving them time paid off wouldn't you say?

Mate it is  a point I have discussed before, and I think it is an interesting subject.

I think of it this way. If I had a fast 2yo (and in particular a fast MM qualified 2yo), I wouldn't be waiting around for the others to catch up

You are in a wonderful position of meeting your peers at set weights in the major races.

The money is fantastic.

You cite three examples of horses that became great sprinters with quiet 2yo seasons. I cannot cite examples of the opposite because we would never know who they were.

If a 2yo is getting shin sore then it will not race. Fair enough. But if it is fit, and beating it's opposition, why not try and grab some of the big money on offer?

Just reading through the article, I suspect we are not getting the full story.  I notice the owner gets a couple of mentions and wonder if he/she is the one driving this.

Everyone who buys a horse at the MMs dreams about being the position that the connections of Ardoyne Road are currently in.

And I know you have followed the game longer than me Dave. Can you remember how common it was to see 2yos in the Lightning and I think they may have used to race in the Stradbroke even as late 2yos. Generally the really good ones love their racing so it is not as if you are being cruel or anything.

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« 2017-Dec-16, 01:41 PM Reply #4 »
Ef Troop pretty impressive.

I checked the TAB odds as they crossed the line and grabbed $11 - not sure if it had already been adjusted  :what:

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« 2017-Dec-18, 02:44 PM Reply #5 »
My point was that the connections know how much money they can win at the MM's........if the horse is winning because it is a lot more mature than the opposition then you are 100% correct, attack while the iron's hot.....

but if it wins despite being an immature baby, pushing hard will/could ruin it and it won't handle the pressure anyway, you will/could finish with nothing and no horse.......

I am just assuming that the Trainer knows what he is working with, I certainly don't, it wouldn't be because they don't want to win the money.....

It can  sometimes be a fine line with horses, especially babies, one day you have them, next day they're gone....if the horse really felt the run and took a week to get over it....who knows.........there isn't a hypothetical correct answer that is right or wrong.....it is an individual thing.....I am just working on the theory that the trainer knows his horse

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« 2017-Dec-19, 03:06 PM Reply #6 »
One worth a dabble at goods odds goes around on Thursday at Wyong. I got on at $51 with Bet365 and it's still available,  currently almost half that with TAB - Ljunberg is the horse
, still smarting about Ardoyne Road had it going for plenty........

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« 2017-Dec-19, 04:03 PM Reply #7 »
By gee you would go a long way to see as impressive a trial win as that horse of Gai/Adrian's TERMINOLOGY, it was a length in front on the corner and won by 10 with it's head on its chest, ran nearly a second faster last 600 that the other 2 year old trials on the day......looked like it had another second up it's sleeve too, how can you bet in races like this, some babies can take giant leaps off of every run or trial while others what you see is what you get........and Barriers are so important on the Gold Coast and for Babies....but for babies on the Gold Coast....can be life or death

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« 2017-Dec-19, 11:25 PM Reply #8 »
Run on Thursday

Race 6 - 4:15PM WYONG MAGIC MILLIONS 2YO CLASSIC (1100 METRES)

Of $200,000.1st $113,800, 2nd $37,600, 3rd $18,300, 4th $8,900, 5th $4,900, 6th $2,500, 7th $2,500, 8th $2,500, 9th $2,500, 10th $2,500, Equine Welfare Fund $2,000, Jockey Welfare Fund $2,000.

Starter Subsidy $200. RESTRICTED LISTED

Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.



No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight
1 1 JONKER David Atkins Aaron Bullock 7 56.5kg
2 2x BONDI Peter & Paul Snowden Blake Shinn 5 56.5kg
3 3 CHARGE Chris Waller Tye Angland 1 56.5kg
4
LJUNGBERG Ron Quinton Andrew Adkins (a) 3 56.5kg
5
MAN OF ENVY Tony Newing Mitchell Bell 6 56.5kg
6
SKYRAY Clarry Conners Corey Brown 2 56.5kg
7 21 LA POMME DE PIN Lloyd Kennewell Joe Bowditch 8 54.5kg
8
TERMINOLOGY Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark 4 54.5kg

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« 2017-Dec-19, 11:47 PM Reply #9 »
One worth a dabble at goods odds goes around on Thursday at Wyong. I got on at $51 with Bet365 and it's still available,  currently almost half that with TAB - Ljunberg is the horse
, still smarting about Ardoyne Road had it going for plenty........

Ljunberg looked very impressive in it's two trials to date mate. The horse it beat in the latest trial debuted in the $500k Inglis Nursery on Saturday and ran a very creditible 3rd.

Is by boom sire I Am Invincible and has the characteristic thick set that a lot of his good ones display.

Mum won the Cockram and K. Hayes Stks in Melbourne and I see Paklani in the family - she won stakes races in 3 states. Was a very good WA filly/mare from memory?

Jockey has other negative things on his mind at the moment

https://www.punters.com.au/news/blake-shinn-quizzed-again-over-ride_164882/

Is the JD Packer in the ownership one James Douglas Packer?

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« 2017-Dec-19, 11:53 PM Reply #10 »
By gee you would go a long way to see as impressive a trial win as that horse of Gai/Adrian's TERMINOLOGY, it was a length in front on the corner and won by 10 with it's head on its chest, ran nearly a second faster last 600 that the other 2 year old trials on the day......looked like it had another second up it's sleeve too, how can you bet in races like this, some babies can take giant leaps off of every run or trial while others what you see is what you get........and Barriers are so important on the Gold Coast and for Babies....but for babies on the Gold Coast....can be life or death

Both trial wins were track gallops Dave, and in particular the one you talk about - 10.3 lengths.

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2017Dec08&VenueCode=MjM0MDc0Mw==&RaceNumber=11&MeetingCategory=Trial&VideoFileType=Last400m

Terminology will be very hard to beat going on that.

Jonker won his only start in the Max Lees at Newcastle. He is by the leading first season sire Spirit Of Boom.

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« 2017-Dec-26, 07:29 AM Reply #11 »
Well I got sucked into the hype in the Wyong MM's and didn't back the horse we spruiked before his debut win Jonker

http://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2017Dec21&VenueCode=NDEyNzc2MA==&RaceNumber=6&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

Another very impressive win at $4 this time.

He was promoted to $3.60 favourite for the big race ahead of Ef Troop who is $4.50 (TAB fixed).

The 2yo race today might give us a hint how good prepost favourite Ef Troop is.

In Ef Troops (extremely) impressive win last start, he carried the same weight as #2 Commissioner and beat him 11.6 lengths which is a shallacking in anyone's language.

So it will be interesting to see how Commissioner goes today. If you really believe in Ef Troop, the $6.50 about Commissioner looks inviting.

The horses that ran 2nd and 3rd to Jonker (Skyray and Bondi) are nommed for the 2yo race at Randwick on Saturday which at this stage has 22 noms. Because of the $100k prizemoney it effectively becomes a qualifier for the MM 2yo race.

David Hayes has 3 unraced 2yos nominated on Saturday including a Fastnet Rock half sister to Miracles Of Life called Angel.

Back to today's 2yo race at Randwick, and apart from Commissioner (who is the only horse to have raced), other MMs nomms are

#4 Boudicea Belle - Waterhourse/Bott filly who is a Smart Missile half to stakes winners Eurozone (who I think might have been placed in the MM??) and Miss Marielle. The dam of BB won the WATC Sires Produce. She was ridden out in her trial only to be run down by two on the outside.

#5 Into The Abyss - John Thompson filly who is closely related to a stakeswinner Terrace and more distantly related to Canny Lad & Canny Lass via her direct great grandam Jesmond Lass. She won her 2nd trial nicely while being ridden out.

 


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« 2017-Dec-26, 07:49 AM Reply #12 »
At the Sunshine Coast today, Race 4 is a 2yo maiden worth $20k so winning it might be borderline making the final MM field.

#10 Willing Force for Stuart Kendrick is on debut and is nommed for the MM.  6th of 8 beaten 7.6 at it's only trail at this track offers no appeal to look further.

The emergency #18 Curse Free gets a run and is a MM nom. Ran 4th of 5 at the Gold Coast beaten 8.8 on debut. No appeal there.

#19e Burning Success is also nommed but he ran last in the same race Curse Free ran 4th in and finished 3 lengths in arrears of CF.

There is no 2yo race at either Caulfield or Morphetville today.

At Geelong Race 1 Darren Weir's 2yo #5 Native Soldier has already earned $7k from two races and a win in today's $22k race might see him have enough to run in the MM but the form isn't there to be considered a serious threat.

FWIW at this stage I have:

1. Ef Troop
2. Jonker
3. Daylight.

The fact I got $11 Ef Troop means I'm pretty confident winning on this year's race unless something jumps out today or on Saturday.

Will wait and see what Commissioner does today before committing to Jonker. I figure if Commissioner runs well then Ef Troop will firm and maybe Jonker will ease.

Interesting day's coming up for the 2yo races leading into what is looking like a pretty good quality MM 2yo race this year.




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« 2017-Dec-26, 05:47 PM Reply #13 »
At the Sunshine Coast today, Race 4 is a 2yo maiden worth $20k so winning it might be borderline making the final MM field.

#10 Willing Force for Stuart Kendrick is on debut and is nommed for the MM.  6th of 8 beaten 7.6 at it's only trail at this track offers no appeal to look further.

The emergency #18 Curse Free gets a run and is a MM nom. Ran 4th of 5 at the Gold Coast beaten 8.8 on debut. No appeal there.

#19e Burning Success is also nommed but he ran last in the same race Curse Free ran 4th in and finished 3 lengths in arrears of CF.

There is no 2yo race at either Caulfield or Morphetville today.

At Geelong Race 1 Darren Weir's 2yo #5 Native Soldier has already earned $7k from two races and a win in today's $22k race might see him have enough to run in the MM but the form isn't there to be considered a serious threat.

FWIW at this stage I have:

1. Ef Troop
2. Jonker
3. Daylight.

The fact I got $11 Ef Troop means I'm pretty confident winning on this year's race unless something jumps out today or on Saturday.

Will wait and see what Commissioner does today before committing to Jonker. I figure if Commissioner runs well then Ef Troop will firm and maybe Jonker will ease.

Interesting day's coming up for the 2yo races leading into what is looking like a pretty good quality MM 2yo race this year.
No Sunlight?
After doing my lot on Ardoyne Road I am on both Ef Troop & Sunlight so far but a little gun shy with all in betting after recent debacle
Anything in the 3 yr old? Houtzen?

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« 2017-Dec-26, 05:50 PM Reply #14 »
No Sunlight?
After doing my lot on Ardoyne Road I am on both Ef Troop & Sunlight so far but a little gun shy with all in betting after recent debacle
Anything in the 3 yr old? Houtzen?
Oh and Skyray & Ljunberg see I am gun shy ha ha ha ha ha

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« 2017-Dec-26, 10:14 PM Reply #15 »
Oh and Skyray & Ljunberg see I am gun shy ha ha ha ha ha

I have this feeling about Ef Troop

I think we are way overdue for the next 2yo as good a Todman or Vain and am constantly on the lookout   :biggrin:

In the 3yo not so sure. What about that win of St Patricks Day today? I know it was a fair few rungs down to what he will meet but in the same breath couldn't have been more impressive.

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« 2017-Dec-28, 09:44 AM Reply #16 »
The ATC has scheduled the 2yo race as Race 1 on Saturday (I know they have a close relationship with Inglis but I reckon they could have leveraged some publicity out of it better by scheduling it a bit later. It is in effect a qualifier for a $2 million dollar race and arguably the best race of the day).

These are MM 2yos - in fact all bar one are MM noms.

#1 Legislation - who won at his only start at Randwick in the soft going for the Snowdens- win was better than it looks on paper IMO.
#2 Skyray - was 2nd to prepost favourite Jonker so it will be interesting to see how he goes
#4 Quackerjack - he would have to just about win this to add to his prizemoney from the Kembla maiden
#6 Reagan - needs a huge improvement. Disappointed he is not related to Nancy. Out of a daughter of Merlene.
#8 Morpheus - first starter races in the Capitalist colours.  By Snitzel from the family of Capestad. Trial win was pretty good.
#9 Secret Lady - winner in a $150k race at Rosehill so probably already in the field so good measuring stick this.
#10 Granny Red Shoes - placed in the Calway Gal and at Canterbury sitting on $29k so will probably need more
#11 Dreaming Of Biscay - 2nd to Quackerjack at Kembla in only start so not looking good
#12 Sizzling Ace - Toby Edmonds horse sent down to try and qualify but has struck a smart field. 4th in the Calway Gal at only start
#13 Everard - first starter who hasn't done much in tow trials
#14 Fearless Girl - Bott/Waterhouse. Fantastic trial win and a blueblood to boot. By All To Hard from the dynasty of Great Klaire.

Interesting to see how the #1, #2, #8 and #14 go from a Millions perspective.

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« 2017-Dec-28, 10:01 AM Reply #17 »
At Doomben the McLachlan Stakes is on and every horse except the topweight are MM noms.

#3 Orcein was 2nd to the best Godolphin 2yo Gongs last start so must be given a chance.

#4 Crockett was a long 2nd to Ef Troop in the Phelan Ready so another measuring stick here - hard to see him turning the tables in the big one though.

A few horses ran in the Calway Gal and the best were #7 Witherspoon and #8 Sizzling Ace (nommed in Sydney as well - better off here IMO).

#11 Mischeviousmarilyn won't win the MM but the run was noteworthy in the Calway Gal - easy to pick up - just look for the horse running dead last as they approach the turn. I just grabbed a little bit of the $34 at Ladbrokes in case the smarties haven't done their Saturday video form study yet   :lol:

http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing-and-results/video-replays/player/thoroughbred/doom/20171216/race/4

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« 2017-Dec-30, 09:26 PM Reply #18 »
Before today's racing, this was the order of entry for the 2yo race

1 JONKER C David Atkins $145,460
2 LA POMME DE PIN F Lloyd Kennewell $132,700 Unlikely
3 EF TROOP G Tony Gollan $104,200
4 SECRET LADY F Gary Portelli $102,800
5 QAFILA F David & B Hayes & T Dabernig $79,250 Unlikely
6 NOMOTHAJ F David & B Hayes & T Dabernig $73,200
7= ARDOYNE ROAD F Tony Sears $64,000 Unlikely
7= OUTBACK BARBIE F Tony Gollan $64,000
9 KATYíS DAUGHTER F Steven O'dea $60,200
10 PERFECT PITCH F Gary Portelli $57,335
11 ANTHEMOESSA F Matt Cumani $54,000
12 LEGISLATION C Peter & Paul Snowden $53,375
13= FULLAZABOOT C Stuart Kendrick $51,000
13= SUNLIGHT F Tony McEvoy $51,000
15 SINGULAR SENSATION F Steven O'dea $49,300
16 CROCKETT C Tony McEvoy $47,500
17 BONDI C Peter & Paul Snowden $46,500
18= PONY POWER F Chris Munce $40,200
18= ROSAíS CHARM F John Zielke $40,200 Unlikely
20 SKYRAY C Clarry Conners $37,600
21 ORCEIN C Chris Waller $32,150
22 GRANNY RED SHOES F Peter Robl $29,790
23 INTO THE ABYSS F John P Thompson $27,460
24 SOKUDO C Peter & Paul Snowden $21,050
25 NATIVE SOLDIER C Darren Weir $19,100
26 GRIM REAPER C Steven O'dea $18,600
27 RAINS APLENTY C John Zielke $18,200 Unlikely
28 COUNTERCURRENT F Bjorn Baker $17,935
29 QUACKERJACK C Mark Newnham $16,630
30 PAQUIRRI C Gary Moore $15,750

The field limit is 16 + 5 emergencies.

Quackerjack earned $53k for his win today so he will rise from #29 into the top half dozen.

Secret Lady was already #4 so no worries for her. 3rd horse Everard will need another run to make it.

Legislation was already #12 so his 4th placing won't harm his chances but hard to see him turning the tables.

In the BJ McLachlan, Lee Curtis' Meryl earned $128k and that puts her in the top 3. 2nd horse is not in the MMs and the 3rd horse Witherspoon rises to $32k which puts him around about #20 but with a few unlikely he is a good chance of gaining a start. Very similar numbers for Orcein (4th).

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« 2017-Dec-30, 09:56 PM Reply #19 »
There is an Order Of Entry for the 3YO Guineas (also $2 million) but it is much harder to guess who is going to run.

For example, #1 is Houtzen but I would be very surprised if she started over 1400m first up. There are a lot of horses high up in the order who are spelling and have no trial results to suggest they are getting ready. My mate St Patricks Day who is #20 on the list would probably get a run I would think.

Today's Vo Rogue winner Pierata was already high up the list (#16). Dinnegan was #73 in the order so the $40,000 in prizemoney today will help her cause.

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« 2017-Dec-30, 11:10 PM Reply #20 »
Katyís daughter is out of the 2yo - found to have a chip in a knee surgery scheduled next week.

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« 2017-Dec-31, 12:51 AM Reply #21 »
In the 3YO, today's impressive Randwick winner Sassa Corbaro is entered and the prizemoney will help her cause. After today's win she is 5/3-2-0 with $135k in prizemoney. Her last two wins couldn't have been more impressive.

Ladbrokes have her as a $9 second favourite behind Pierata.


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« 2018-Jan-05, 05:33 PM Reply #22 »
This is the most recent current order of entry for the 3YO race that I can find published by Magic Millions - note has not been updated since the 27th.

There has been some discussion as to whether Calculated will make the field. The bookies must think he is a good chance of starting because he is well in the market.

Using Tatts markets on the Guineas, and crossing out names of horses not in that market, you come up with him in 20th position.

(Bring It Home Pop and Jungelized have raced recently but are not in the Tatts market so I've crossed them out).

1 HOUTZEN 3F (Toby Edmonds) 56.0
2 SINGLE BULLET 3C (Gary Portelli) 57.0
3 OURS TO KEEP 3G (Chris Munce) 57.0
4 GOODFELLA 3C (Bjorn Baker) 56.5
5 CELLARGIRL 3F (Kelly Schweida) 54.5
6 DEBONAIRLY 3F ( G Waterhouse & Adrian Bott) 54.5
7 OUR CROWN MISTRESS 3F (Waterhouse & Bott) 54.5
8 WHYPEEO 3G (Toby Edmonds) 56.5
9 PRETTY FAST 3F ( Peter & Paul Snowden) 54.5
10 CURDLED 3G (Peter Robl) 56.5
11 CHAMP ELECT 3F (Chris Munce) 54.5
12 CHAUFFEUR 3C (Brad Widdup) 56.0
13 CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES 3F (Bjorn Baker) 54.0
14 BRING IT HOME POP 3C (Darryl Hansen) 56.0
15 DREAM KISSES 3F (Steven O'dea) 54.0
16 PIERATA 3C (Gregory Hickman) 56.0
17 BEL SONIC 3G (Jason Warren) 56.0
18 MISHANI BULLITT 3C (Chris Anderson) 56.0
19 SHOGUN SUN 3G (Kelly Schweida) 56.0
20 SAINT PATRICKS DAY 3C (Chris Munce) 56.5
21 ARRESTAR 3G (Matthew Dunn) 56.0
22 COLESBERG 3G (David Payne) 56.0
23 ZOFONIC DANCER 3G (Robert Heathcote) 56.0
24 MEMORY BANK 3F ( D & B Hayes & T Dabernig) 54.0
25 SUPER EX 3C (Mark Newnham) 56.0
26 WILD HEART 3G ( M, W & J Hawkes) 56.0
27 MADAME MOUSTACHE 3F (Chris Waller) 54.0
28 JUNGLIZED 3G (Brad Widdup) 56.0
29 FROM WITHIN 3F (Edward O'Rourke) 54.0
30 MAGNUFIGHTER 3C (Gary Duncan) 56.0
31 SNAPCHAT GIRL 3F (Les Kelly) 54.0
32 AMERICAN GENIUS 3G (Hayes & Dabernig) 56.0
33áLADY OF CREBILLY 3F (Phillip Stokes) 54.0
34 LEGAL GIRL 3F (Clarry Conners) 54.0
35 CHAIN OF FOOLS 3F ( G Waterhouse & A Bott) 54.0
36 CALCULATED 3C (Chris Waller) 56.0

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« 2018-Jan-05, 10:21 PM Reply #23 »
There are plenty of chances for the 2YO race running around today.

All runners in Race 2 are nominated for the MM 2YO.

In Sydney Race 2,

#2 Sokudo
#4 Commissioner
#7 Man Of Envy
#9 Eawase

are MM noms.

Just on Commissioner, interesting to note that he was beaten 11.6 lengths by Ef Troop, then came back to Sydney and was only beaten 2.1 lengths behind Into The Abyss on boxing day.

That is a big franker of the form for Ef Troop IMO.

« Last Edit: 2018-Jan-06, 10:31 AM by PoisonPen7 »

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« 2018-Jan-06, 10:38 AM Reply #24 »
This is the current order for the 2YO race. There is a field of 16 declared with emergencies.

The 3 that are greyed out won't be starting. Bad luck to Steve O'Dea who lost Singular Sensation yesterday after she pulled up sore. He had already lost Katy's Daughter.

  Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Ballot Weight
1 11 JONKER C 2 David Atkins 1 57kg
2 216 LA POMME DE PIN F 2 Lloyd Kennewell 2 55kg
3 6x1 MERYL F 2 Lee Curtis 3 55kg
4 212 SECRET LADY F 2 Gary Portelli 4 55kg
5 11 EF TROOP G 2 Tony Gollan 5 57kg
6 14x QAFILA F 2 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 6 55kg
7 1x NOMOTHAJ F 2 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 7 55kg
8 0x11 QUACKERJACK C 2 Mark Newnham 8 57kg
9 1 ARDOYNE ROAD F 2 Tony Sears 9= 55kg
10 1 OUTBACK BARBIE F 2 Tony Gollan 9= 55kg
11 21 KATYíS DAUGHTER F 2 Steven O'dea 11 55kg
12 1x4 LEGISLATION C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 12 57kg
13 31 PERFECT PITCH F 2 Gary Portelli 13 55kg
14 22 ANTHEMOESSA F 2 Matt Cumani 14 55kg
15 12 FULLAZABOOT C 2 Stuart Kendrick 15= 57kg
16 3x1 SUNLIGHT F 2 Tony McEvoy 15= 55kg
17 11 SINGULAR SENSATION F 2 Steven O'dea 17 55kg
18 1x27 CROCKETT C 2 Tony McEvoy 18 57kg
19 2x3 BONDI C 2 Peter & Paul Snowden 19 57kg


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