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Offline Authorized

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-07, 05:32 PM »
How is this name pronounced and what does it mean ?

I know how it is pronounced and what it means when i am in a pub or club with my drunk mates.

Offline arakaan

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« 2009-Feb-07, 05:46 PM Reply #1 »
very good Auth.   :lol:

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Feb-07, 05:51 PM Reply #2 »
I'll rattle home.

I've had a dabble on it and the toppy.
Look at it's first up form ;)

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« 2009-Feb-22, 03:12 PM Reply #3 »
You can hear the cheering around the nation as she strolls down the outside in the nations capital.   :love:

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« 2009-Feb-22, 03:21 PM Reply #4 »
I wasn't cheering - had Kiss My Fuji e/w :( ... softened by the fact I got $5 the place on Betfair, but the win ticket would have been even nicer lol

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« 2009-Feb-22, 03:50 PM Reply #5 »
Made sure I backed Sweeney that time though - 5 winners for Kevin Sweeney at Canberra today (one more race to go)  :thumbsup:

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« 2009-Feb-22, 05:16 PM Reply #6 »
Seriously, i'm going to back every horse I see mentioned on this forum from now on

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« 2009-Feb-23, 11:24 AM Reply #7 »
She'll be a good blow out chance in some nice mares races over the next few months
Defied a massive bias yesterday for a good win

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« 2009-Mar-11, 07:40 PM Reply #8 »
Won again on Black Opal day at fair odds

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« 2009-Mar-11, 07:46 PM Reply #9 »
yes OL,
             the national sprint a $100,000 race   emthup  beating French Gaze with the fav buzzy henry running fourth.

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« 2009-Mar-11, 08:13 PM Reply #10 »
Reported today going to NZ to chase some black type

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« 2009-Mar-11, 10:39 PM Reply #11 »
So, What does the name mean ?

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« 2009-Mar-11, 10:43 PM Reply #12 »
A female reveller

Why do you keep asking?

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« 2009-Mar-11, 10:51 PM Reply #13 »
I wanted to know, why else would i ask ?  :rolleyes:

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« 2009-Mar-12, 07:07 AM Reply #14 »
bac·cha·nal  (bk-nl, -näl, bk-nl)
n.
1. A participant in the Bacchanalia.
2. The Bacchanalia. Often used in the plural.
3. A drunken or riotous celebration.
4. A reveler.
adj.
Of, relating to, or typical of the worship of Bacchus.
[From Latin Bacchnlia, Bacchanalia; see Bacchanalia.]

Noun   

1.   bacchanal - someone who engages in drinking bouts
bacchant, drunken reveler, drunken reveller
imbiber, juicer, toper, drinker - a person who drinks alcoholic beverages (especially to excess)

   2.   bacchanal - a drunken reveller; a devotee of Bacchus
bacchant
buff, devotee, lover, fan - an ardent follower and admirer

   3.   bacchanal - a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity
debauch, debauchery, drunken revelry, bacchanalia, saturnalia, orgy, riot
revel, revelry - unrestrained merrymaking

Adj.   1.   bacchanal - used of riotously drunken merrymaking; "a night of bacchanalian revelry"; "carousing bands of drunken soldiers"; "orgiastic festivity"
bacchanalian, bacchic, carousing, orgiastic drunk, inebriated, intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

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« 2009-Mar-12, 08:06 AM Reply #15 »
Yep,

I remember years ago when out with the mates pub crawling in Sydney when I was 18 or 19, we see a pissed chick and we'd say she's ready to cop it through the 'back channel'   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Mar-12, 09:53 AM Reply #16 »
  :lol:  Fair dinkum Old Larsy you are all class.    :lol:

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« 2009-Mar-12, 10:25 AM Reply #17 »
Yep,

I remember years ago when out with the mates pub crawling in Sydney when I was 18 or 19, we see a pissed chick and we'd say she's ready to cop it through the 'back channel'   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:


My old man has "skype" on his pc.  In the last week hes been asked to answer a call from a contact using the nic.........


""fck my ass, girl" :o



I wonder if it's the same chick lars  :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Mar-29, 10:14 PM Reply #18 »
Bacchanal Woman Ready For Breeders Stakes
  Story By Alex Steedman     


Sunday, 29 March 2009: Connections of Keith Dryden-trained Bacchanal Woman believe the mare will be better suited in Saturday's Group 1 Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes at Te Aroha after she finished midfield in her first attempt at New Zealand Group success last weekend.

Bacchanal Woman heads toward the $NZ200,000 Breeders Stakes (1600m) after she ran a 3.5 length seventh behind consistent New Zealand gelding My Astron in the Group 2 International Trophy at Tauranga on March 21.

Bacchanal Woman's owner and manager of Lockyer Thoroughbreds David O'Keeffe is looking forward to her first attempt at Group 1 glory following what he believes to be a solid performance last start in unsuitable conditions.

“The whole purpose of going over there was to win the Group 1 race on April 4,” O'Keeffe said.

“She had only arrived in New Zealand on the Wednesday and the race we went in last Saturday was really a trial.

"The positives out of it were she only got beaten by 3.5 lengths and finished ahead of all the other mares in the race bar one who had a two kilo weight advantage. When they meet in a week's time they'll be on even weights because it is weight for age.”

The expected race conditions and lengthy Te Aroha straight should also better cater to Bacchanal Woman's racing style in the fillies and mares feature event.

“Initially we were a bit disappointed because she didn't finish off with her customary strong burst last start,” O'Keeffe said.

“On closer review of the overall race and in discussion with Kevin Sweeney, the track was very chopped up. He described it as being like a plough field and that would have a greater impact on her performance than it would on others because one of her strengths is a very strong finishing burst, which is obviously negated quite a bit with a chopped up track.

“The straight at Tauranga was also only about 300m long. Te Aroha has one of the longest straights in Australasia at well over 400m and hasn't been raced on for three months so the surface should be vastly better than last weekend's surface.”

Success in the Group 1 event would give the Encosta De Lago mare her second win this campaign after she won the Listed $100,000 National Sprint (1400m) at Thoroughbred Park on March 8.

A number of campaign options for the well bred five-year-old following the Breeders Stakes are being considered but no decision will be made until after her next start.

“There are three different options,” O'Keeffe said. “One of which may be to stay in New Zealand for another race. Another is to go to the paddock or to the Group 2 Emancipation Stakes (1600m) at Randwick on ANZAC Day.”



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« 2009-Mar-29, 10:15 PM Reply #19 »
You'd think in New Zealand she'd be called Our Bacchanal Woman.

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« 2009-Mar-29, 10:42 PM Reply #20 »
You'd think in New Zealand she'd be called Our Bacchanal Woman.

Nope, that only happens when theirs come over this way.

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« 2009-Mar-29, 10:46 PM Reply #21 »
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« 2009-Jul-20, 04:01 PM Reply #22 »
She's back this weekend.

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« 2009-Jul-22, 01:18 AM Reply #23 »

Bacchanal beats breeding barn

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

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Stakeswinning Canberra mare Bacchanal Woman's outstanding work at home has delayed plans to send her to the broodmare's barn and has connections hoping to enhance her value by landing Group success this campaign.

The Keith Dryden-trained Encosta De Lago mare resumes in a 1200-metre fillies and mares race at Randwick on Saturday after a 15-week spell.

Five-year-old Bacchanal Woman returns following her unsuccessful two-start New Zealand campaign which concluded with an unplaced run in the Group One Breeders Stakes (1600m) at Te Aroha in April.

"We were at the wrong end of her campaign over there, we had her set for the National Sprint to get a bit of black-type, her whole program revolved around that race," Dryden said.

"She was supposed to go to the paddock but she was going so well and we thought with all of the good fillies over here we might get it a bit weaker over there."

Her unplaced runs abroad came after her dominant 2-3/4 length win in the Listed National Sprint (1400m) at Canberra in March.

"We got a fair bit out of her last preparation and she was deserving of a good break," Dryden said.

"I'm very pleased with her, she's been working very strongly.

"This will be too short for her but I'm expecting her to be running home nicely and if she's in the first five or six I'll be pretty pleased with the run.

"She'll be at her best over 1400 to a mile (1600m) and later on we'll be looking for a Group race for her."

Bacchanal Woman has been given topweight of 58kg and Dryden said 1.5kg-claiming apprentice Daniel Ganderton was likely to be booked for the ride.

Dryden said stablemate De Lightning Ridge would return next week at either Canterbury on Wednesday or Warwick Farm on Friday at the final metropolitan meeting of the season.

The one-time favourite for the 2008 Golden Slipper, De Lightning Ridge is on the comeback trail after suffering a fractured pelvis and has not raced since finishing last in the Listed Brian Crowley Stakes at Randwick in October last year.


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« 2009-Jul-22, 07:38 AM Reply #24 »
He's piured cold water on her chances.

Time to bet up????


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