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Offline j.r.b.

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O.P. « 2018-Jun-28, 01:52 PM »
Reported on twitter by Bensley and co.

K Parker not thrilled apparently.

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« 2018-Jun-28, 04:11 PM Reply #1 »

DARK DREAM

3yo Grey-Brown Gelding
D.O.B: 30-Oct-2014
by ALL AMERICAN  from BUCHANAN GIRL
5x Pedigree Report 

StatusTransferred
Ownerís Details Miss M J Basson, Miss J M Wilson
Stewards EmbargoesNone on record
Emergency Vaccination Record(Click here for more details)
Last Gear Change*30-May-2018, Synthetic Hoof Filler, On
Trainer
Racing ColoursRed, Black Diamond, Yellow Sleeves, Black Armbands And Cap, Red Pom Pom
CareerSummary: 10-4:5:1    Prizemoney: $596,518    Total Bonus: $16,875 
Min/Max-Dist-Win: 1425/2200     1st Up: 2:1-1-0    2nd Up: 2:0-2-0     
Firm: 0:0-0-0     Good: 7:2-4-1     Soft: 1:1-0-0     Heavy: 2:1-1-0    Synthetic: 0:0-0-0

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« 2018-Jun-28, 04:13 PM Reply #2 »
One of the big factory training set ups to get him. Very disappointing.

Wish the racing media would hammer the owners as to how they come to do these decisions.

You could understand if the horse lost form and they decided on a new direction but after what he has just achieved it stinks.



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« 2018-Jun-28, 04:13 PM Reply #3 »
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« Last Edit: 2018-Jun-28, 04:16 PM by Authorized »

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« 2018-Jun-28, 06:11 PM Reply #4 »
Iím tempted to say the owners are turds for doing this but Iíll hold back to see if thereís a back story :chin:

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« 2018-Jun-28, 08:17 PM Reply #5 »
I wish the owners all the luck they richly deserve.

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« 2018-Jun-28, 08:26 PM Reply #6 »
Kerry Parker loses Dark Dream
 
Nic Ashman@Nic_Ashman
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In a shock twist Queensland Derby winner Dark Dream has been taken off Kerry Parker with the horse's owner yet to decide where her three-year-old will be stabled.

Parker said he was "disappointed" to lose the first Group 1 winner he's saddled up in a career spanning 20 years.

Hong Kong interests have been circling Dark Dream but earlier on Thursday the Kembla Grange horseman discussed his spring plans which involved avoiding Winx as the son of All American progressed to the Caulfield Cup.

Hobby breeder Mary Jane Basson confirmed the $5million Caulfield feature was still Dark Dream's main target providing he does stay on Australian soil.

Basson said a new trainer was yet to be selected for Dark Dream.

"I have nothing but the highest regard for Kerry as a person and his horsemanship," she said.

"He's done an absolutely superb job for me." ENDS


And Ma Basson you've done him over in return........maybe you think changing trainers will improve him ... in one breath she praises Kerry Parker but with the next takes the horse off him ...there isn't any loyalty in racing..... trainers get under each others neck......pity the ATA doesn't have a code of conduct  where trainers only accept a transfer
from fellow trainers under certain conditions...that would be too much to hope for in the cut throat world we live in .

Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2018-Jun-28, 08:44 PM Reply #7 »
I refuse to accept a trainer has not been chosen for him. Why take him away from Parker if you do not have a "better" alternative already decided upon ?

I have no doubt a big name factory trainer has coerced them into giving the horse over.

If Kerry Parker gets himself into the big league he will eventually get horses in the same way he has lost this one.


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« 2018-Jun-29, 02:48 PM Reply #8 »
A few pointers on social media have him heading North up the M1  :chin:

Kpity the ATA doesn't have a code of conduct  where trainers only accept a transfer
from fellow trainers under certain conditions...that would be too much to hope for in the cut throat world we live in .

Giddy Up :beer:


I've read some silly things Arsey but that's up there with the best  :wacko:

Expecting some governing body to play moral police   :lol:   :shutup:

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« 2018-Jul-02, 08:46 AM Reply #9 »
Ray Thomas today  opined that he understands Dark Dream has been transferred to Paul Perry ........lots of keyboard warriors who opined the horse was headed to one of the factory stables Waller or Weir proved wrong....   these knowalls never mentioned Perry ...Ray Thomas doesn't know the background to the transfer ..but it's the owners' prerogative.
https://www.racenet.com.au/trainer/paul-perry


Giddy Up :beer:
« Last Edit: 2018-Jul-02, 09:14 AM by Arsenal »

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« 2018-Jul-02, 10:06 AM Reply #10 »
Paul Perry, if that is true the owners must be crazy.

They might be in the Dick Monaghan sphere.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 10:36 AM Reply #11 »
Transfers of horses between stables has been happening since they first started racing at Hyde Park.

The difference with this one is that it has occurred during the new Age Of Social media so everything is overstated.

Classic example of "fake news".



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« 2018-Jul-02, 12:13 PM Reply #12 »
It is not really. These horses are flesh and blood as are the trainers, It has never been popular when a talented horse has been taken away from their original trainer.

Paul Perry is not an improvement or a step forward for a middle distance type like Dark Dream.

Be interesting to see what reason is given, Our flea hearted media should be hammering the owners as to why the transfer.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 01:35 PM Reply #13 »
It is not really. These horses are flesh and blood as are the trainers, It has never been popular when a talented horse has been taken away from their original trainer.

Paul Perry is not an improvement or a step forward for a middle distance type like Dark Dream.

Be interesting to see what reason is given, Our flea hearted media should be hammering the owners as to why the transfer.

The owners own the horse. Why should they be obliged to give a reason for the transfer? Are there new rules in our society that obliges us to give a reason to the media for such actions?

If I were an owner and the media harassed me about a change in trainer I would borrow one of David Leyonhjelm quotes to throw at them   :lol:

I probably wouldn't have changed trainers either but you never know what has gone on in the background.

Another horse owned in the same interests, Red Dream, has also been transferred. So there might be a bit more going on in the shadows than is gossiped on social media.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 02:08 PM Reply #14 »
Our flea hearted media should be hammering the owners as to why the transfer.


Up there with the more ridiculous of posts on the forum.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 10:44 PM Reply #15 »
Ray Thomas today  opined that he understands Dark Dream has been transferred to Paul Perry ........lots of keyboard warriors who opined the horse was headed to one of the factory stables Waller or Weir proved wrong....   these knowalls never mentioned Perry ...Ray Thomas doesn't know the background to the transfer ..but it's the owners' prerogative.
https://www.racenet.com.au/trainer/paul-perry


Giddy Up :beer:


Arsey must have me on block   :lol:  or he's doing a Peter Mair and only reading his own diatribes  :/

A few pointers on social media have him heading North up the M1  :chin:



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« 2018-Dec-23, 07:57 PM Reply #16 »
Dark Dream won in Hong Kong tonight , very impressive

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« 2018-Dec-23, 08:04 PM Reply #17 »

Another horse owned in the same interests, Red Dream, has also been transferred. So there might be a bit more going on in the shadows than is gossiped on social media.

Red Dream went to Perry


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