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Online wily ole dog

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« 2018-Jan-25, 06:32 AM Reply #50 »
She's a big hope. JOIE DE DREAM  the obvious danger with very good Form.
Taken the double with Royal Volley in the 3rd :thumbsup:

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« 2018-Jan-25, 05:53 PM Reply #51 »
High Energy is another I should have added to the list. He will win which ever Derby Weir aims him at.

He has his 2nd start on Sunday at Geelong.

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« 2018-Jan-28, 02:42 AM Reply #52 »
Out of today's races I blackbooked Really Reilly from the Sunny Coast in the last.

Somehow the jock managed to be 3 deep the entire trip in the back third of the field from barrier 6 and was the fastest finisher at the end of the race.

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« 2018-Jan-28, 10:15 AM Reply #53 »
Ben Allen, absolutely hopeless there.

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« 2018-Jan-28, 12:20 PM Reply #54 »
Out of today's races I blackbooked Really Reilly from the Sunny Coast in the last.

Somehow the jock managed to be 3 deep the entire trip in the back third of the field from barrier 6 and was the fastest finisher at the end of the race.

PP, Ive backed that tjhing so many times. Its what it does. One of the biggest gunnas Ive ever seen. It sucks you in but you'll need the patience of Job

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« 2018-Jan-28, 12:39 PM Reply #55 »
I was going to suggest we follow a Reliable Man filly called Kapoor as well as Charles Road both of whom Ive been backing in NZ.

THEN, I read this synopsis of one of the races they contested and I may have to re evaluate  :chin:
From racing and sports.com.au

""The staying ranks have never been more dubious and having turns is the raffle-effect of mediocre depth as it depends on the presentation of tracks and manmade bias (created by so many unnecessary rail movements throughout each season) and of course race pace. The one underlying certainty is there are no serious stayers at the moment racing in New Zealand over Summer and the depth is non-existent locally all year around in fact. If this race was run on reasonable footing the result is different for sure and the margins of defeat nowhere near so massive. Once you get to 2400m or more then no staying race in New Zealand for older horses can be taken seriously anymore and it has been that way for a very long time sadly"



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« 2018-Jan-28, 04:25 PM Reply #56 »
I was a big Charles Road fan Wily and often wondered how much the Asian buyers would have been offering for him.

I don't remember him doing it as a 3yr old but he now gets his head right up and looks reluctant to want to try......Bayliss his jockey said as much yesterday.

I think he is a top class galloper but would really like to see him put his head down.

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« 2018-Feb-08, 11:18 AM Reply #57 »
Race 6 - 7. KUGELBLITZ 
TRENT BUSUTTIN & NATALIE YOUNG
DAMIEN OLIVER
Barrier 6
57.0kg (8st 13lb)

09 Feb 18 HOBART   Race 06 - 06:54  2200m - Schweppes Tasmanian Derby
[LR: 27 days]
Wins Pl Starts: 1 (50.0%) - 0 (0.0%) - 2
WPS Last 12 mths: 1 (100.0%) - 0 (0.0%) - 1
Good Tracks: 0 (0.0%) - 0 (0.0%) - 1
Dead Tracks: no starts
Slow Tracks: 1 (100.0%) - 0 (0.0%) - 1
Heavy Tracks: no starts
All Weather: no starts
Distance +/-: no starts
Crs & Distance: no starts
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« 2018-Feb-08, 12:01 PM Reply #58 »
I was a big Charles Road fan Wily and often wondered how much the Asian buyers would have been offering for him.

I don't remember him doing it as a 3yr old but he now gets his head right up and looks reluctant to want to try......Bayliss his jockey said as much yesterday.

I think he is a top class galloper but would really like to see him put his head down.

Nemisis

What did you think of Northerly?




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« 2018-Feb-09, 10:30 PM Reply #59 »
The John O'Shea horse that won on debut at Canterbury tonight, Southern Lad, could not have been any more impressive.

Obviously was above 3YO City maiden class.

https://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2018Feb09&VenueCode=MjczNjA=&RaceNumber=2&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

Is an Ocean Park half to Kuro.

EDIT: It actually was it's second start not on debut.
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« 2018-Feb-10, 08:11 AM Reply #60 »
I was going to suggest we follow a Reliable Man filly called Kapoor as well as Charles Road both of whom Ive been backing in NZ.

THEN, I read this synopsis of one of the races they contested and I may have to re evaluate  :chin:
From racing and sports.com.au

""The staying ranks have never been more dubious and having turns is the raffle-effect of mediocre depth as it depends on the presentation of tracks and manmade bias (created by so many unnecessary rail movements throughout each season) and of course race pace. The one underlying certainty is there are no serious stayers at the moment racing in New Zealand over Summer and the depth is non-existent locally all year around in fact. If this race was run on reasonable footing the result is different for sure and the margins of defeat nowhere near so massive. Once you get to 2400m or more then no staying race in New Zealand for older horses can be taken seriously anymore and it has been that way for a very long time sadly"

Kapoor goes around in the 4th at Te Rapa for what its worth. $7

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« 2018-Feb-16, 01:19 PM Reply #61 »
Geez that 2yo that just won at Rocky Brook's Pleasure looked smart.

Not sure what the opposition is like but wins by half the length of the straight untouched!

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« 2018-Feb-21, 10:00 PM Reply #62 »
The Waller 3yos that quinella'd the 3rd race at Canterbury today - wouldn't be surprised if one or both rise to the top of the 3YO class.

So You Win (guess who the sire is) and Tangmere (by Frankel) both produced excellent runs stepping up to the 1550m.

Normally if you see Schofield on something running second last on the fence approaching the turn at Canterbury you would rip your ticket up but he has been able to pull it out and run past them all on So You Win. Tangmere stuck on well coming from well back also.

The 2nd winner Ridicule looks like it has improved a few lengths at his 3rd start and won by a space and eased down. Another So You Think.


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« 2018-Feb-23, 01:02 PM Reply #63 »
Horses to follow is the name of this thread so I guess Lovani can earn a mention - I assume everyone reading this will know why.

She is in race 5 at Rosehill tomorrow and now transferred to Brad Widdup's Hawkesbury stable.

She certainly should be followed for interest sake anyway.

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« 2018-Feb-23, 01:20 PM Reply #64 »
She is one of the unfortunate inmates from the Neerim Lodge scandal ?

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« 2018-Feb-26, 08:11 PM Reply #65 »
Encryption.

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« 2018-Feb-27, 12:30 AM Reply #66 »
Encryption.

I noted his run in the Diamond as probably the best of the beaten brigade without thinking he was unlucky or anything like that.

His Mum Guelph was 4th in the Slipper then won the Sires and the Champagne.

As a 3YO she won in succession the Tea Rose, The Flight then the 1000 Guineas.

Dad Lonhro of course was a legend.

Gotta feeling this bloke will be a similar horse to his mum. Races like the Sires, Champagne and the three G1 Guineas races available to 3YOs will be right up his alley. The Slipper isn't totally out of the question either.

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« 2018-Feb-28, 08:59 PM Reply #67 »
Totally agree..nice summation.
He gives me that weird feeling of an improver and future G1 winner.
Hunch maybe.  emthup

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« 2018-Mar-01, 04:48 AM Reply #68 »
Miss Fabulass is the result of a mating between two champions.

By Frankel out of Samantha Miss and racing in the Singleton colours she was responsible for one of the best debuts you will see.

McEvoy obviously wanted to take her back from the wide gate but she resented it and when given her head in the straight she passes the entire field except for Godolphin's Cristobal.

http://racing.racingnsw.com.au/FreeFields/VideoResult.aspx?MeetDate=2018Feb28&VenueCode=MjA5NDA=&RaceNumber=2&MeetingCategory=Professional&VideoFileType=FullReplay

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« 2018-Mar-15, 12:42 PM Reply #69 »
Well he has made the field - 14th in the ballot. This was well worked  out by Waller as he said in a discussion last week that they would check out whether  Calculated would make the field in the 3year old Classic and scratch him from Randwick if he thought he would get a run.
9 weeks after running 3rd in the Classic to Piarata, Calculated is having his next start in the 1500m Phar Lap Stakes at Rosehill.

Apparently he went down to Melbourne with the intention of racing down there but never made it to the races.

 I heard Waller say that last Friday Calculated had a jump out at Flemington with Craig Williams on board. No mention of where he finished but anyway he is back in Sydney and Williams gets the ride.

I guess I 'll have to follow up on him over 1500M.

 After So You Think's other good 3 year old D'Argento appeared to fail to get the 1600M last week, I'm starting to think 1300 -1500M might be the ideal distance for the breed.

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« 2018-Mar-15, 12:54 PM Reply #70 »
 Racing Victoria put the Friday jump outs up by the afternoon of that day.

If you google Flemington jump outs, you'll find them.

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« 2018-Mar-15, 04:04 PM Reply #71 »
Thanks Nemesis.

Having watched the trial now, I've got to say it wasn't exactly a you've got to back me next time type of trial - Williams appeared to be pushing him along and he ran 2nd last.

However a long time ago I learnt not to trust form out of  barrier trials/jump outs when you don't know the full circumstances about the horse.

So, inspite of what I saw I'll still have something on Calculated on Saturday.

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« 2018-Mar-15, 08:36 PM Reply #72 »
Keep an eye out for REPUBLIC a magnificent sort  started  in the Black Opal but unplaced after showing early speed John Thompson trains.

Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2018-May-09, 12:39 PM Reply #73 »
Race 8 - 4:20PM Le Pine Funerals Handicap (2000 METRES)Times displayed in local time of Race Meeting
Of $120,000.1st $66,000, 2nd $21,600, 3rd $10,800, 4th $6,000, 5th $3,600, 6th $2,400, 7th $2,400, 8th $2,400, 9th $2,400, 10th $2,400
Prize money contribution totalling 2% will be directed to jockey and equine welfare prior to distribution 
Handicap, Minimum Weight 54kg, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices can claim.
This race carries a SUPER VOBIS Nominators Bonus of $7,000 and a SUPER VOBIS Owners Bonus of $23,000 for qualified horses.

Track Name: Main Track Type: Turf Track Condition: Good 3 

Field Limit: 14 + 4 EM
NoLast 10HorseTrainerJockeyBarrierWeightPenaltyHcp Rating
121221x01MAHAMEDEISSuper vobis bonus schemeNick RyanJames Winks1158.5kg75
2111FURRION (GB)Darren WeirBrad Rawiller157.5kg73
34x11LUCKY FOR ALL (NZ)Darren Weir955kg68
43117INSPIRANTE (FR)Ciaron MaherChris Parnham654kg67
51332IíM BUXOM (NZ)Danny O'BrienDaniel Moor1454kg65
616239ALL HARD WOODRichard LamingChris Caserta (a2/48kg)1354kg64
7557x415521DIXIE PREACHERJason WarrenMs Nikita Beriman254kg64
80x12236RENEGADESuper vobis bonus schemeTony McEvoyMichael Dee1754kg64
9805x74012MIESZKOSuper vobis bonus schemeMathew Ellerton & Simon ZahraBen Thompson1054kg63
10010x387431UNDER OATHSuper vobis bonus schemeHenry DwyerBeau Mertens1554kg63
11515xKUGELBLITZ (NZ)Trent Busuttin & Natalie YoungMs Linda Meech754kg62
12329x203427SUNQUESTSuper vobis bonus schemeSteve RichardsPatrick Moloney1254kg62
13027x455155BOSS TWEEDSuper vobis bonus schemePat Carey854kg61
147129x90410PROCEDURALSuper vobis bonus schemeCraig BlackshawDaniel Stackhouse454kg61
15e52x1664OKOTOKS (NZ)Mick PriceNoel Callow1654kg61
16e7x34431VON MYSTICSuper vobis bonus schemeAaron Purcell1854kg61
17e44351SLICK BACK (NZ)Michael Kent554kg61
18e15x852247CASARESSuper vobis bonus schemeMathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra354kg59

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« 2018-May-09, 01:03 PM Reply #74 »
Is it going to win?


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