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Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2020-Mar-20, 09:12 PM Reply #475 »

...... another rough night at the 'vale of tears'

..... the first and last took most punters out of otherwise confident quadrella bets

I

The winner of the first was having its first start after a spell.

At its previous first-up runs it had 3 runs for 2 wins and a 1 second.

And it was tipped in the forum's  Weekday comp by Specialweek.


Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Mar-20, 09:26 PM Reply #476 »


......that may well be so,

................ the reality, alas, is that 'no one' considered it a genuine winning chance.......and had no good reason to.

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« 2020-Mar-20, 10:03 PM Reply #477 »
You should have followed Mark Guest whose suggested quaddie was successful (192 combos for the 4k result)

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2020-Mar-21, 06:53 AM Reply #478 »

......that may well be so,

................ the reality, alas, is that 'no one' considered it a genuine winning chance.......and had no good reason to.


That’s because the “no ones” who you refer to don’t do the form. Just like you :bulb:

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« 2020-Mar-21, 07:01 AM Reply #479 »

...... another rough night at the 'vale of tears'

..... the first and last took most punters out of otherwise confident quadrella bets

I will plead guilty to being a 'never learner'  -- just one among far too many sucked in to follow the form.




I had Alsvin in my black book  :thumbsup:

I also had the $25 winner Mamzell Tess as one of my 2 selections in the last leg of the main quaddy.  :thumbsup:


Do your form Peter  :bulb:
« Last Edit: 2020-Mar-21, 07:05 AM by wily ole dog »

Offline Wenona

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« 2020-Mar-21, 09:50 AM Reply #480 »
Quote from: Peter Mair on 2020-Jan-05, 06:58  PM


    I would have a rule 'scratching' horses at the gates with an SP > 20/1,  until the field is reduced to 10 or less.

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« 2020-Mar-21, 10:57 AM Reply #481 »
Quote from: Peter Mair on 2020-Jan-05, 06:58  PM


    I would have a rule 'scratching' horses at the gates with an SP > 20/1,  until the field is reduced to 10 or less.

  :lol:
If it wasn’t so funny :tin:

Mind you, we know what a complete fool he is.

Remind me Peter why you are no longer employed in the racing industry  :whistle:

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« 2020-Mar-21, 03:24 PM Reply #482 »

Mourningtown -- obviously -- will be best avoided on Saturday


............. these regional clubs cannot resist the temptation to take more money instead of providing racing likely to be fair to most punters.

Check the field sizes:

https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2020Mar21%2CVIC%2CMornington

..............standalone = stand aside

Well 7 races down and Mair has goosed himself again. Favoured runners dominating

Fave
3rd fave
2nd fave
2nd Fave
Fave
Fave
2nd fave

  :lol:

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« 2020-Mar-21, 04:30 PM Reply #483 »

Mourningtown -- obviously -- will be best avoided on Saturday


............. these regional clubs cannot resist the temptation to take more money instead of providing racing likely to be fair to most punters.

Check the field sizes:

https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2020Mar21%2CVIC%2CMornington

..............standalone = stand aside


Time you stood aside Mair

Quaddy paid $460 and the early $600

Clearly your brain fart was ignored by punters  :lol:

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« 2020-Mar-21, 08:45 PM Reply #484 »

The quest for 'fair fields', always,  is not answered by one day's outcomes


One fair outcome, today, does not compensate for past unfairness.

Even Monty read the form right today.

The sense of presenting 'fair racing' is best protected by club promoters having policies on 'acceptances' that ensure the prospect of a fair race, one not compromised by fields inflated by runners, hoping for 10th, impeding the running of runners there to win. 

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« 2020-Mar-22, 07:26 AM Reply #485 »

The quest for 'fair fields', always,  is not answered by one day's outcomes




Well, you got that right. A bloody shame for you that you’ve got most other days massively wrong as well : :thumbsup:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Mar-23, 09:20 PM Reply #486 »


w-o-d  posts from the kennel,

................ every thing the w-o-d posts suggests he is an urger associated with RVL and its affiliates.

Until he is unveiled, for who and what he is,  his posts should be treated with contempt.

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« 2020-Mar-24, 08:37 AM Reply #487 »
Oh peter. Give up. You’re wrong yet again  :lol:

Fock, you must hate looking in the mirror every morning

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Mar-24, 09:16 PM Reply #488 »


........another silly senseless remark   -- fess up......... to who are you and your linkages... or just a noisy phantom.

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« 2020-Mar-25, 08:35 PM Reply #489 »

Bendy-no-go on Saturday------  this advice looks best {/b]

                                                        ..... 'no go' starts favourite:

Check the inflated fields:

https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2020Mar28%2CVIC%2CBendigo'

Check the rough results from last year:

https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2019-03-30/BENDIGO/M/R/9/Win

. ...............who dares.....will not win?


Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Mar-27, 09:31 PM Reply #490 »


Today's results -- racing administrators in NSW and Victoria  should be stood down

https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2020-03-27/MUSWELLBROOK/MUS/R/1

https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2020-03-27/PAKENHAM/PAK/R/9

This is disgraceful.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2020-Mar-28, 08:17 AM Reply #491 »
Poor Pete didn’t see the last run of Petrology or the blinkers going on for the first time on the former G1 winner  :lol:

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« 2020-Mar-28, 09:56 AM Reply #492 »
Ahem,

Petrology graded NUMBER 1 on ratings very clearly for that race.

Can't get any easier or UNHIDDEN then that.

But of course Peter does ZERO work and even less learning.

Fours

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« 2020-Mar-28, 04:46 PM Reply #493 »
Let's again remind everyone of Pete's wisdom:

Quote from: Peter Mair on 2020-Jan-05, 06:58  PM


    I would have a rule 'scratching' horses at the gates with an SP > 20/1,  until the field is reduced to 10 or less.

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« 2020-Mar-29, 11:28 AM Reply #494 »


Monty does Bendigo,

As expected, the results for racing at  Bendigo yesterday show that it was a 'no go' for most punters.

What these results do not show is that Monty's top-5 -- in the smh -- included 8 of the 9 winners in the 5 -- and in the early-quadrella races his winning selections (after scratchings) were his second or third apart from the 2yro race won by his 5th selection.

...........this quadrella paid $4000 and 5,500 on the nsw and vic TAB.


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« 2020-Mar-30, 07:44 PM Reply #495 »
Lowest quaddie I have seen in Pinjarra today. $17.60

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Mar-31, 05:47 PM Reply #496 »


How about 10-max -- always and forever?

                              ..............still not respecting the punters that pay the freight.

Racing Victoria has capped field sizes at both city and country meetings in the organisation’s latest measure to keep racing through the COVID-19 crisis.

City fields will be restricted to a maximum of 14 runners..............

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« 2020-Mar-31, 06:43 PM Reply #497 »


Oh No --- not a wet track at Randwick at Easter again.


Who would believe that after 20 years of the same?

Fellow addicts, isolated at home with SFA-else to do, may be pleased that racing is up and running ---  today would have brought no joy ------  a heavy Rosehill track tomorrow will compound the misery.

A serious heavy-track disaster looms on Saturday for most punters--- after another 25 mm of rain. 

This 'good' racing is what we wait for but do not get-- this predictably forlorn prospect is all that RNSW needs to swiftly shift its 'carnival' focus to the spring.

..... it never rains in Sydney on the second Sunday in August ......... spring, in Sydney, is now the best prospect for fair racing........................grossly inflated fields in Sydney on Saturday on a wet track will drive the point home.

Will the administrators learn?

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« 2020-Apr-01, 07:23 PM Reply #498 »


Saturday's Doncaster meeting should be postponed now -- to Sunday at least

Thursday 2 April    Rain. 5 to 15 mm  90%

Friday 3 April    Rain increasing    8 to 25 mm 90%


Another 40 mm, on an already heavy track, portends another Easter disaster ........... after 20 years RNSW is looking like a very slow learner.

RVL has so lost the plot so completely that RNSW should simply take over the Spring racing season.



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« 2020-Apr-01, 10:23 PM Reply #499 »

Saturday's Doncaster meeting should be postponed now -- to Sunday at least

Thursday 2 April    Rain. 5 to 15 mm  90%

Friday 3 April    Rain increasing    8 to 25 mm 90%


Another 40 mm, on an already heavy track, portends another Easter disaster ........... after 20 years RNSW is looking like a very slow learner.

RVL has so lost the plot so completely that RNSW should simply take over the Spring racing season.

Maybe P V’landys can come up with something like an ODDS & EVENS type of bet to help pay for a decent track surface in Sydney🤣🤣🤣


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