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Offline Jeunes

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O.P. « 2019-Jul-10, 12:56 PM »
I thought I might start a new topic for big drifters in the market and do not win.

Might be interesting to see how they run next start as they may be fitter or have a better barrier or ground not good enough for them.

I will start off with Warwick Farm race 1 No 1 Judicator.

Drifted from evens to 3.6 in a 5 horse field, missed start slightly and finished last.

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Jul-10, 09:51 PM Reply #1 »


Jeunes --nice thoughts on 'new topics' include credits due to others,  including Richie!

...... there is a story still in the current 'news' at Racenet

https://www.racenet.com.au/news/the-bookies-invariably-get-it-right-when-horses-blow--how-20190709

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2019-Jul-11, 07:10 AM Reply #2 »
Iíll be looking forward to peters contributions to the thread

Letís see if he actually posts facts  and evidence rather than the usual contributions which haven proven to be so wrong itís not funny

Offline Jeunes

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« 2019-Jul-11, 08:43 AM Reply #3 »

Jeunes --nice thoughts on 'new topics' include credits due to others,  including Richie!

...... there is a story still in the current 'news' at Racenet

https://www.racenet.com.au/news/the-bookies-invariably-get-it-right-when-horses-blow--how-20190709

Well, Peter I did not read it but it makes a valid point.  I was more interested in how many they are in Sydney. I also posted something like this in the Waller topic too.

I will eagerly await your theories on this topic too.


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