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« 2019-May-23, 03:34 AM Reply #225 »
You are such an idiot Peter,

I agree that the use of the word idiot is rude and should be discouraged but Peter is different as he really is being an idiot.

Peter finding 1 or 2 long shots enables one to win $18,000 for a $24.00 outlay with the 2 favourites in a boxed first four ticket. Maybe only $6 would be required over at Unitab.

Accordingly what you decry is in fact what smart punters celebrate so you have it precisely wrong - yet don't learn this despite beig repeatedly shown to be wrong - and thus the moniker IDIOT.

Fours


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« 2019-May-23, 01:32 PM Reply #226 »
Pete you really have no idea how successful punting works do you? in spite of your complete ignorance of punting etiquette you continually bleat false hoods.......you ask when will the racing industry ever learn.........while everyone else asks when will Silly old Pete ever learn?

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« 2019-May-23, 04:15 PM Reply #227 »
Dave,
Pete will only stop his brain farts when he scores a gig in the industry. Thatís what heís pushing for.

Now the good news for us who love the sport is that the relevant people have been notified about him and they are fully aware of how stupid he is.

  :lol:

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« 2019-May-23, 05:03 PM Reply #228 »


$10,000+ F4 looms at Flemington -- go get it boys.


Race 5 at Flemington on Saturday is a BM 78 for 3yro fillies over 1400 -- with a capacity field of 14 assured.

This race should not be run on the terms propsoed -- half the field do not merit the limit weight.

Punters.com.au is not expecting an easy task for punters:

XXXXXXX  may lead but it's a very tricky race to map. A few of the runners drawn wide have shown early toe in the past but their jockeys might be concerned about being caught without cover.

Pretty happy to shoulder arms to this race - nothing would really shock. For the sake of a tip I'll go with XXXXX  who was completely luckless in a very similar race here last start. She was very good when.........beaten 0.85L, at Sandown Hillside prior.

XXXXXX was impressive winning at Sandown last start but this race boasts far more depth. Barrier one looks somewhat problematic for a horse who generally needs space and time to go through her gears.

VERDICT: XXXXXX on top but happy to give this race a miss.



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« 2019-May-23, 05:42 PM Reply #229 »
Xxxxx
Pete doesnít even have the integrity to leave to names in for us poor punters  :lol:

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« 2019-May-23, 05:54 PM Reply #230 »
By the way, due to me actually doing the form Pete, Iíve got one in my black book for that race.

Itís a tough race as thereís a lot of promising horses in it 8)

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« 2019-May-25, 02:24 PM Reply #231 »
Oh well. Mair is wrong again.   :lol:

Go Fabric :clap2:

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« 2019-May-25, 06:11 PM Reply #232 »

Race 5 payout slashed when 7 scratched

Even the trainers are waking up by scratching runners drawn wide (14,16,18,19,20)

Race run predictably -- well-drawn leader wining, mainly no-hopers crowding the lead impeding others there to win.



[.......... not true, Harry, Larry and Mo:    Pete doesnít even have the integrity to leave to names in for us poor punters]

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« 2019-May-25, 06:15 PM Reply #233 »
  Can't seem to find a source of comparison dvidends over the three tabs and placings down to sixth if not all. I use to get it from Racing and sports, but cannot seem to access that anymore. Any Guidance would be appreciated.

    Not too much wrong with the integrity of Racing at The New Eagle Farm course, especially in Race 8 today.
 
  OOPS  racingandsports does give all placings so must have had the address slightly wrong, but there is no three TAB's dividend comparisons, OOPS again have now found comparisons on racenet.com.au.
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« 2019-May-25, 11:28 PM Reply #234 »
Pete if you tell us where you are being held captive just let us know,  we will call the home for you and they will send their nice young men in their clean white suits to pick you up and take you home.......whoever is holding you captive with a gun at your head must be really bad people....and the torture, it sounds horrible? Holding a gun at your head making you bet in all these races that you don't want to bet in.....a fate worse than death.....I can only think of one thing worse.....that is being us and listening to your prattle on........gimme the Gun and I will put us all out of our misery.....you first!

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« 2019-May-26, 08:35 AM Reply #235 »
XXXXXX was the bet of the day for the video form students

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« 2019-May-26, 05:36 PM Reply #236 »

Prescience defined: the F4 dividends in the quadrella races across the four states

Product quality control -- how low can you go?

The prospects for racing on Saturday are, again, simply appalling -- overcrowded fields of low-grade horses.


........ and then there was this Sunday-hindsight: XXXXXX was the bet of the day for the video form students




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« 2019-May-26, 05:38 PM Reply #237 »

........ and then there was this Sunday-hindsight: XXXXXX was the bet of the day for the video form students

Care to expand on that?

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« 2019-May-26, 06:36 PM Reply #238 »


....... dear harry-hindsight,

The hope of the forum is that you would care to expand on it -- it is no good telling us today that XXXXXX won yesterday.

[I trust you let Larry and Mo know before the race was run ....... honor among thieves and mouseketeers et al]


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« 2019-May-26, 08:07 PM Reply #239 »
Peter, are you doubting that I backed xxxxx (as you labelled it)

In your attempt to slag the race why did you not name xxxxx?

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« 2019-May-27, 10:44 AM Reply #240 »
Peter, are you doubting that I backed xxxxx (as you labelled it)

In your attempt to slag the race why did you not name xxxxx?

Given Peter has been posting its clear he hasnít the courage or integrity to discuss this   :lol:

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« 2019-May-27, 11:06 AM Reply #241 »


Algreba lesson -- find the value of X

XXXXXX was the bet of the day for the video form students

What did form students find?

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« 2019-May-27, 11:14 AM Reply #242 »

For the sake of a tip I'll go with XXXXX  who was completely luckless in a very similar race here last start. She was very good when.........beaten 0.85L, at Sandown Hillside prior.

By the way, due to me actually doing the form Pete, Iíve got one in my black book for that race.

Itís a tough race as thereís a lot of promising horses in it 8)


« Last Edit: 2019-May-27, 11:16 AM by wily ole dog »

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« 2019-May-29, 07:53 PM Reply #243 »
Peter, still waiting for your explanation

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« 2019-May-29, 08:01 PM Reply #244 »


.. my mistake..... I guess you were tipping the XXXXX winner obscured in my initial post.

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« 2019-May-29, 08:44 PM Reply #245 »
Yes, and a simple study of the form found it.

Sadly all the scratchings came and $10 was no longer available  :sad:

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« 2019-Jun-10, 08:49 PM Reply #246 »

Kensington track kredibility krushed again?

After decades of trying to establish an inside 'all weather' track at Randwick, it seems RNSW has not succeeded in the quest.

Race outcomes at the 'new' Kensington track are consistent with the predictable consequences of running inflated fields of low grade horses.

Quadrella dividends today, of $7,500 and $5,000, are indicative of a very clear message to punters to stay well clear of betting on this suspect track -- as are F$ dividends circa $5,000 for half the races run.

RNSW has been showing some ability to 'best' RVL but when the Kensington track ranks with Victorian regional programs and outcomes it is well wide of the mark.

............races at the Kensington track should be restricted to no more than 8 starters of well qualified runners there to win!

Otherwise close it or ignore it.


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« 2019-Jun-13, 07:17 PM Reply #247 »
Kensington track kredibility krushed again?

After decades of trying to establish an inside 'all weather' track at Randwick, it seems RNSW has not succeeded in the quest.

Race outcomes at the 'new' Kensington track are consistent with the predictable consequences of running inflated fields of low grade horses.

Quadrella dividends today, of $7,500 and $5,000, are indicative of a very clear message to punters to stay well clear of betting on this suspect track -- as are F$ dividends circa $5,000 for half the races run.

RNSW has been showing some ability to 'best' RVL but when the Kensington track ranks with Victorian regional programs and outcomes it is well wide of the mark.

............races at the Kensington track should be restricted to no more than 8 starters of well qualified runners there to win!

Otherwise close it or ignore it.


Just caught up with idiots latest brain fart. Does he even watch the races that he spews his nonsense about   :lol:




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« 2019-Jun-13, 08:08 PM Reply #248 »


Thanks for endorsing my message wily -- forget quality racing,  just keep kicking the tin at Kensington.

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« 2019-Jun-13, 08:22 PM Reply #249 »
Wonderful track,  only a fool wouldnít bet there. Every horse gets their chance as the results prove
If you actually watch the races


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