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« 2018-Jan-08, 07:34 PM Reply #25 »
I buy it Dave because I respect the horse.


Unlike your goodself I do not take Winx and Black Caviar for granted.


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« 2018-Jan-08, 07:35 PM Reply #26 »
My 4 to follow to start the new year -

Kugelblitz - Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young
Think Cathy - Colin Little
Supera -   Ken & Bev Kelso

Without Parole - John Gosden

Think Cathy goes around on Wednesday at Sandown.


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« 2018-Jan-10, 04:12 PM Reply #27 »
I know it's pretty obvious but geez Nature Strip was impressive. Heard Dean Lester a gusting about it this morning

Mum was handy and the family of the great Bash Boy
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« 2018-Jan-10, 06:17 PM Reply #28 »
Probably the best horse Robert Smerdon will not train.


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« 2018-Jan-13, 02:24 PM Reply #29 »
My 4 to follow to start the new year -

Kugelblitz - Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Lovely win today at a nice price
Think Cathy - Colin Little Perhaps looking for further, 
Supera -   Ken & Bev Kelso

Without Parole - John Gosden

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« 2018-Jan-13, 10:24 PM Reply #30 »
Well done Auth.

Ya coulda told us to look at Werribee   :lol:

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« 12 hours ago Reply #31 »
Supera races today at Te Rapa, unfortunately stays at 1200m.

Currently 14/1.

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« 10 hours ago Reply #32 »
I took $31 with Ladbrokes 🤔

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« 9 hours ago Reply #33 »
Asuper collect!

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« 8 hours ago Reply #34 »
Wow! Wish I had logged on earlier.

Well done to Auth for a $16 winner   emthup

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« 8 hours ago Reply #35 »
$23 NSW tab. Well done Author :thumbsup:

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« 47 minutes ago Reply #36 »
Auth I don't take them for granted......you don't have anything to compare Black Caviar and Winx with so on face value they are Champions and no one denies that, least of all me.....They are Champions but like Champions of today they are turned into bullies and I find bullies just a little boring.....how is a horse going around at $1.10 a race? it is just an exhibition

What they ain't are Heroes.....you have no concept of what a hero is..........like in the war, they don't give a Victoria cross to the best shot....cos being the best is not the same as being a hero! Christ it ain't rocket science!....humans are not born with wings so no one misses not having them, I remember when we all had wings....that is why I miss them.....you have never been able to fly....so you don't miss not having wings..........I understand where you are coming from, you are the one who lacks the knowledge or the nous to grasp what I am talking about!

In the past horses like Tulloch, Carbine, Phar Lap, Bernborough, Peter Pan, Rising Fast Tobin Bronze and many more  were Champions..........but they were also heroes.......it is not just about ability...........being a hero is about laying it on the line when the deck is stacked against you............Frankel, Winx and Black Caviar have never done that...so they are just Champions who beat up on lessor Kids......when they know they are sitting on a Royal Flush and are unbeatable............the definition of a bully!

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« 21 minutes ago Reply #37 »
I understand exactly what you are saying, BUT it is NOT the horses fault.

They are doing everything they  are being asked to do.

It is a shame they are not tested in handicaps but that is not the horses fault.

Both won handicaps with good weights, sure not welter weights but respectable weights none the less.


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« 19 minutes ago Reply #38 »
Look at the nonsense with the Melbourne Cup these days, the bloody handicapper will not give horses anymore than 58 kgs and connections still hesitate.



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