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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Nov-03, 05:40 PM Reply #25 »




Fractious workers threatening stalls

“Race day officials at Racing Victoria have voted to take industrial action across multiple sites during the spring racing carnival at Flemington,” the document reads.

“AWU members love their jobs but that doesn’t mean they should be treated poorly.

“This is just Racing Victoria’s greed.

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« 2018-Nov-03, 05:59 PM Reply #26 »

'FORE" for fours

"Fore": A loud warning shouted when a ball may hit other players.

White coat guys coming for someone...................

The issue is about 'overcrowded and inflated fields' and the caution was well warranted -- the last four races, each had fields of 16+

The quaddie paid $50,000 and the four F4s paid 90k, 40k, 8k, and 11k.

...........this is a disg-race  --------- RVL  winning at all costs

[Hold on to your hat fours-- there is another 3 days of this nonsense to go  -- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.]

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« 2018-Nov-03, 06:10 PM Reply #27 »
Peter,

They are still coming for you as at least 7 of the 9 races eminently realised for the first four.

If you cant see that then you need to educate yourself.

Fours

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« 2018-Nov-03, 07:27 PM Reply #28 »
Ripper of a day. Hope my blackbook performs as well on tuesday as it did today.
Filled the coffers :clap2:

Mair lost again and trying to dishonestly deflect  :bulb:

The guys in the white coats escorted Mair from the building many years ago.

He's now impersonating a Japanese soldier on a deserted island, thinking the war is still on.

He's reminiscent of that Gilligans Island episode   :lol:
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« 2018-Nov-03, 07:34 PM Reply #29 »

Not sure of the implications for the selection of how many of the 'first four' in the last  four races.

eminently realised

Ripper of a day. Filled the coffers


.....the quaddie paid 50k  and the last 4 F4s totalled $150k.

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« 2018-Nov-03, 07:36 PM Reply #30 »
Peter,

The fact that you remain clueless does not mean others are so.

Fours

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« 2018-Nov-03, 07:39 PM Reply #31 »
Petey.
Sadly i only had 3 legs of the quaddy.
Missed the last one. No squealing from me.
Exotics are fun but finding 5 winners fills the coffers  :bulb:

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« 2018-Nov-03, 08:00 PM Reply #32 »
Petey.
Sadly i only had 3 legs of the quaddy.
Missed the last one. No squealing from me.
Exotics are fun but finding 5 winners fills the coffers  :bulb:
How did Robbie Griffiths good little mare in the last get under so many people's guard like that?

So good down the Flemington straight, even against the males and excellent first up figures......sometimes you just want to kick yourself for overlooking all the stuff you should be looking for.

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« 2018-Nov-03, 08:15 PM Reply #33 »

Monty was on the money, as usual.

..... in Melbourne, Monty had all bar the last two winners in the top 3 of his his top five but missed the last two.

In Sydney, with small fields, he had 5 of 9 on top, 2 second picks won as did one third and one fourth.

None of this detracts from the reasonable concern that inflated fields are the prelude to unfair racing.

Apart from most punters, this institutionalized unfairness is also detrimental to all other participants denied a fair go  -- horses, owners, trainers and jockeys.

-- ........ a cartel of linked political and commercial interests,   hell bent on 'winning at all costs',  means the game is over when they have also 'bought' the silence of the media.


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« 2018-Nov-03, 08:20 PM Reply #34 »
I didnt need 5 darts in every race to find 5 winners
Just some form study and 1 pick  :bulb:

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« 2018-Nov-03, 08:27 PM Reply #35 »
How did Robbie Griffiths good little mare in the last get under so many people's guard like that?

So good down the Flemington straight, even against the males and excellent first up figures......sometimes you just want to kick yourself for overlooking all the stuff you should be looking for.

I know mate. She's a ripping good girl
My approach to quaddies is like a lot of people. Small outlay and hope to jag a big result
A bit more brain power and it wasnt hard to find her with that great first up record

Like Mair, i let myself down by not devoting enough time to doing the form


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