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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Jun-27, 05:05 PM Reply #225 »

Back to the un-heathy fray on Saturday

Mid-winter racing with capacity fields including two 1400m races in the main quadrella.

What do you think?

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Jun-27, 05:45 PM Reply #226 »
We think youíll be wrong again
33 weeks in a row. :clap2:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Jul-02, 08:06 PM Reply #227 »

Not thinking is the problem

Quadrellas paying $15k and $20k -- coupled with F4s paying 45k, 27k and 52k, suggests the racing was rubbish again -- wrecked by inflated fields of low-grade horses.

..... a race is a difference of opinion............... when form guides are made irrelevant, there is no basis for a sound opinion.


Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Jul-02, 08:34 PM Reply #228 »
If the mumbscull arrives , yes thatís you Peter , can you enlighten me with your opinion of a horse called catchy?

If it helps with your search itís trained by a bloke called David Hayes and his team :beer:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Jul-11, 07:33 PM Reply #229 »

No respite

The finals meeting at Flemington was a one-off respite from low-grade rubbish.

On Saturday, with the rail out 11m, the limit is 13 and the 3 1400 m races have 13 + emergencies.

....be very wary.


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