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Online wily ole dog

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« 2020-May-28, 05:13 PM Reply #675 »
Well said Bascoe but the blokes too focking arrogant to realise the damage he has done around here.
The grub doesn’t contribute to any other thread or topic aside from his repetitive brain farts.
The consideration of even entering into a discussion is totally outside of his realm of self absorption 🤮

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« 2020-May-29, 07:40 PM Reply #676 »


A shocker --- Saturday looms sadly for punters who bet.

Tomorrows racing is a seasonal 'low day' ------ the fields are stacked to the rafters -- many horses 'accepted' to run should not even be in the fields.

........ this is not right ....  yet administrators spruik 'integrity'.

Perth is racing on a rare 'heavy' track --- forget an all-up on Willie -- just not a sure thing tomorrow.

             ..... reckon down on Sunday  ...... ahead of a Zac and Jo evening.

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« 2020-May-29, 07:57 PM Reply #677 »
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 many horses 'accepted' to run should not even be in the fields..


Care to tell us who these horses are prior to the meeting  :bulb:

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« 2020-May-29, 07:59 PM Reply #678 »
Peter,

Kindly list the horses that should not be in the field and why.

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« 2020-May-29, 08:19 PM Reply #679 »
There you go petey
, a chance to enter into a discussion. Are you up for it?

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« 2020-May-29, 09:13 PM Reply #680 »

Look and you shall see

            ......... those 'not wanted' are listed in pre-post markets for race-fields.

What is not shown, in advance, is the havoc they create, impeding other runners before failing and forcing changes of tactics leading to misfortune for others.

The stories are clearly told in the dividends declared.

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« 2020-May-29, 10:27 PM Reply #681 »
Peter,

Please educate me and  list them.

You see the tipsters you follow tip plenty of pre post favourites yet show a loss so the unwanted ones may be here at this end of the pre post markets.

But then Black Heart Bart is 100/1 at the other end of the market and wins .... a prior Group 1 winner so it is hard to see how a horse at that end of the market is unwanted too.

So please Peter tell us which ones and why.

We are obviously missing some thing so here is your chance.

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« 2020-May-29, 10:37 PM Reply #682 »
Look and you shall see

            ......... those 'not wanted' are listed in pre-post markets for race-fields.

What is not shown, in advance, is the havoc they create, impeding other runners before failing and forcing changes of tactics leading to misfortune for others.

The stories are clearly told in the dividends declared.

So you have nothing to offer  :lol:

No wonder you got the sacked from your job :bulb:

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« 2020-May-29, 11:02 PM Reply #683 »
Do you ever have a bet Pete?

I suspect not as everything you do indicates you are an anti-gambling activist.

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« 2020-May-30, 11:04 AM Reply #684 »
Well Peter,

We tried to give you an opportunity to show that you actually have some sort of a clue but you are your own worst enemy in this regard.

IDIOT status confirmed...... but remember you were given a chance.

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« 2020-May-30, 06:28 PM Reply #685 »
He was given that chance, fours. What a failure he is. Zero courage to his convictions   :lol:

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« 2020-May-30, 07:20 PM Reply #686 »

Perth is racing on a rare 'heavy' track --- forget an all-up on Willie -- just not a sure thing tomorrow.


So Pike ends up with 4x wins, 2x seconds and 1x unplaced from seven rides.

Flat-staking $7 fixed collects $14.85 (112%), $7 tote pays $15.70 (124%).

Just give up f****it.



Tomorrows racing is a seasonal 'low day' ------ the fields are stacked to the rafters -- many horses 'accepted' to run should not even be in the fields.


Big Quaddie fields in Melbourne, 11*13*13*14. So effing what?

Deane Lester gets  $5k Quad with his 2nd/3rd/1st/2nd pick in these 'massive' fields, shortest winner $5.

Just give up f****it.

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« 2020-May-30, 07:33 PM Reply #687 »
So Pike ends up with 4x wins, 2x seconds and 1x unplaced from seven rides.

Flat-staking $7 fixed collects $14.85 (112%), $7 tote pays $15.70 (124%).

Just give up f****it.


It’s hilarious that this idiot known as a Peter Mair keeps touching the keyboard   :lol:


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« 2020-May-30, 08:39 PM Reply #688 »


Neither W Pike or Dean Lester need my applause

----- both are magnificent in their line of business and sensibly respected.

Even so, it was not a good day for most punters .....Wu Gok, Shalwa, Heptagon, and Perfect Jewel spoiled the party.

The Wu Gok win, especially, was not a good look ------- apparently, not every one was surprised. 

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« 2020-May-30, 09:04 PM Reply #689 »
  :lol:  oh peter you fool

Even after the event you can’t get close to being right  :lol:

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« 2020-May-31, 09:28 PM Reply #690 »

Shatin -- 'not well' went the day -- none won for the dynamic duo

Not a good day for the dynamic duo ---- worse for their blind followers. 

The average dividend for the 'shatin' winners was some 10/1.

The dynamic HK duo had a 'no win' day out  -- those betting on the duo to 'cream the card' were left wondering.

Shatin happens!


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« 2020-May-31, 09:31 PM Reply #691 »
Peter,

Suggest you familiarise with The Gambler lyrics.

When you do sufficient work knowing when to hold em, fold em or runaway gets a lot easier.

Hong Kong racing more profitable than usual today for those that do the work in many cases.

Fours

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« 2020-May-31, 10:07 PM Reply #692 »
Shatin -- 'not well' went the day -- none won for the dynamic duo

Not a good day for the dynamic duo ---- worse for their blind followers. 

The average dividend for the 'shatin' winners was some 10/1.

The dynamic HK duo had a 'no win' day out  -- those betting on the duo to 'cream the card' were left wondering.

Shatin happens!

Anyone who did their form would know that the “duo” weren’t going to ride many winners :bulb:

Now,  more importantly we note that you missed the Perfect  Jewel  party. It was a wonderful celebration 🎉
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« 2020-Jun-02, 07:02 PM Reply #693 »


......... the dogged truth is revealed


              apparently no-one 'did their form' -- the dogged one did,  knew a rort would unfold

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« 2020-Jun-02, 07:57 PM Reply #694 »
So now you’re suggesting corruption  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

Do your form you idiot and you’ll find your “Perfect Jewel”  :lol:

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« 2020-Jun-02, 08:39 PM Reply #695 »
Serious problem with your argument Wily . You have to have a brain to do the form .Mair's repeated rubbish suggests that is where the cross road exists

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« 2020-Jun-02, 09:00 PM Reply #696 »


When you come to a fork in the road --  take it


........ you guys know that ........ you just say we took the wrong road -- went the wrong way.

Those that 'did their form' faced the fork .........did their best ....... and got it expensively wrong.

........... tell us on Sunday ........not on 'hindsight' Monday...... otherwise publish your betting records..... not the dollars ...... just the other details of 'bets placed'.

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« 2020-Jun-02, 09:06 PM Reply #697 »
Told you before hand, Perfect Jewel last weekend :bop: :bop:


I can’t stop thinking of her💖💖💖💖

Oh and the other guys here, good judges in the tipping comp,  handed you 22 placegetters
10 of which won :no1: :no1:
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« 2020-Jun-02, 09:17 PM Reply #698 »
Oh, and further to that. The autumn comp that Brian ran picked over 70 winners and 200 placegetters.

All before the races were run you moron  :lol:

Look and find your perfect jewel 💎   :lol:  

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« 2020-Jun-02, 10:47 PM Reply #699 »


....................one swallow does not a summer make

Conversely, one failure to swallow can have lingering consequences.


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