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Offline Authorized

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-22, 02:29 PM »
Has proven himself the CHAMPION horse of Tasmania.

He has done it in WFA races.

Handicaps would not have proven a thing.

Offline stuey102

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« 2009-Feb-22, 02:34 PM Reply #1 »
Hes done it in Handicaps too.

Won with 65.5 at Hobart one day.

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« 2009-Feb-22, 05:31 PM Reply #2 »
33 views and one bloody reply. Don't people care? And not a word from OL   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2009-Feb-22, 05:36 PM Reply #3 »
Oh, I peeked in and left as soon as I saw it was only Authorised banging away on his pecker with his WFA fetish as his Penthouse substitute.

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« 2009-Feb-22, 05:41 PM Reply #4 »
  :lol:   You know i am right no matter how you articulate it Geoffrey.
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-22, 05:44 PM by Authorized »

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« 2009-Feb-23, 07:12 AM Reply #5 »
33 views and one bloody reply. Don't people care? And not a word from OL   :lol:   :lol:

  :lol:   :lol:

What's the point in wasting time commenting on Tasmanian horses?
And when it crossed the line and the broadcaster called it a champion made me crook.

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« 2009-Feb-23, 07:29 AM Reply #6 »
Could be worse--he could have going into raptures over a 2.5 mile trot and canter with 5 runners like an Ascot Gold Cup--conveniently forgetting that the only reason the horses run in those races are to slow for 10f races and to useless for jumps.

Major difference between Conquering's WFA win yesterday and the normal WFA race is that a field of more than 6 lined up, and the pace seemed fairly genuine from the start--not the ususal small field with the sit and sprint for 400m.  And it's a good thing Conquering is a gelding, otherwise he'd be hopeless.
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-23, 07:31 AM by bgm1409 »

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« 2009-Feb-23, 10:21 AM Reply #7 »
Why did it make you sick Old Larsy the commentator was 100% correct ? Somebody has psychologically scared you with the incorrect information on what a champion is.

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« 2009-Feb-23, 10:46 AM Reply #8 »
in the microcosm of tasmanian  racing,i guess he is a champion,not detracting from the horse,he would win on the mainland,but champ?

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« 2009-Feb-23, 11:06 AM Reply #9 »
Northerly was regarded by some as a Champion.

In the microcosm of Victorian racing, I suppose he was.

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« 2009-Feb-23, 11:08 AM Reply #10 »
Northerly was regarded by some as a Champion.

In the microcosm of Victorian racing, I suppose he was.


good point peter chappelhyam,oh sorry thats not your name,but sounds the same,lucky for northerly,conquering wasn't around then

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« 2009-Feb-23, 11:11 AM Reply #11 »
You treading on toes again, Judgey ??????   :nowink:

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« 2009-Feb-23, 11:14 AM Reply #12 »
You treading on toes again, Judgey ??????   :nowink:

not me max,but i can see the parallels between the 2 horses,and the 2 racing states,line ball if you ask me   :biggrin:


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