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Offline HarmersHaven

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« 2020-Jun-11, 07:32 PM Reply #725 »
It's Thursday, idiot.

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Jun-11, 08:23 PM Reply #726 »


...........I was busy yesterday .... my posting-brand is 'Wednesday' when the 'too-many' is confirmed

The 'day' is not important to a warning that most punters will ignore ..... it is more important to know that most punters continue to put money on the line, knowing that they have no real chance of getting a fair-go.

If you want to be useful, hammer the warning to most  ..  and take it to heart yourself...you cant win either.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2020-Jun-11, 08:59 PM Reply #727 »
It's Thursday, idiot.

Yes, he focked  up again  :lol:

And his brand is well known. “THE SACKED IDIOT” 😆

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« 2020-Jun-13, 07:40 PM Reply #728 »


Reflect on the outcomes of races today

You can all read the declared dividends ..............across the board............... it was disgraceful...........  inflated fields are rorting punters

Monty did better than most ............. a 1.3 k early quadrella in Brisbane.......  Attention Run second-selection in the 6th @ 20/1 +........  F4 in the 2nd and 8th (1.3k) in Sydney.......... F4 in the 5th and 8th in Brisbane for 1.3k and 0.330k collects..

........... Monty cant do the impossible but he is ................just so good!



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« 2020-Jun-13, 08:49 PM Reply #729 »
Hey Pete, you back Perfect Jewel? Double figure odds again :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:,

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« 2020-Jun-14, 08:35 PM Reply #730 »


Honk-Konk.......  STOP ............about Hong Kong racing


Check out the 'outcome' of races run at Shatin today ....... rough stuff.

https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2020-06-14/SHA-TIN/SHA/R/7/Win

For some reason, RVL has chosen to follow a Honk-Honk -- STOP -- model in their presentation of Melbourne metropolitan racing.

...... racing administrators inflating fields, with most punters still failing to understand the consequences, are trading short term 'fundingsuccess' against the relegation of the racing industry to oblivion.


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« 2020-Jun-14, 08:46 PM Reply #731 »
Hey Pete , It is getting late on a Sunday evening . I thought you would have been back in your facility and given your medication by now.

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« 2020-Jun-14, 09:35 PM Reply #732 »

Honk-Konk.......  STOP ............about Hong Kong racing


Check out the 'outcome' of races run at Shatin today ....... rough stuff.

https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2020-06-14/SHA-TIN/SHA/R/7/Win

For some reason, RVL has chosen to follow a Honk-Honk -- STOP -- model in their presentation of Melbourne metropolitan racing.

...... racing administrators inflating fields, with most punters still failing to understand the consequences, are trading short term 'fundingsuccess' against the relegation of the racing industry to oblivion.

Clicking on that link gives us a $5.85 winner - the races immediately prior/post this "rough" outcome read: $6.05, $4.95, $5.95, $5.65 and $2.45 (in capacity field).

Take your meds you sicko.



The quicker this site admits that this 'Peter Mair' account is not an actual person but an automated bot account whose only purpose is to drive activity/discussion, the sooner the tumbleweeds around here may get replaced by anything of actual merit.

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« 2020-Jun-14, 09:51 PM Reply #733 »
Clicking on that link gives us a $5.85 winner - the races immediately prior/post this "rough" outcome read: $6.05, $4.95, $5.95, $5.65 and $2.45 (in capacity field).

Take your meds you sicko.



The quicker this site admits that this 'Peter Mair' account is not an actual person but an automated bot account whose only purpose is to drive activity/discussion, the sooner the tumbleweeds around here may get replaced by anything of actual merit.


Hammers, The bloke can be serious.
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« 2020-Jun-15, 09:19 AM Reply #734 »

Shatin --unreliable dominance

Cant leave them out, not worth putting them in -- the dynamic-duo had a very quiet night.

..........the quadrellas paying $9k and 1.5 k are indicative of problems akin to RVL and Melbourne racing.

...............similar outcome in Perth on Saturday .... the punters were piked.

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« 2020-Jun-15, 03:40 PM Reply #735 »
Punters were Piked

Hey, Pete.
When was the last time you saw Pikey running up the straight with a horse on his back?
Idiots like you didn’t back Perfect Jewel 💎 💎 💎 💖💖💖...again. Are you so incapable of doing form?

Why didn’t you get the quaddy Pete?

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« 2020-Jun-15, 08:58 PM Reply #736 »

Has a joker got the dynamic duo by the kryptonite shorts


.............. be sensible .........'how could this happen'........ if the duo get the pick of the crop?


The battle between Purton and Moreira has slowed to a walk in recent weeks. Purton has ridden seven winners in the last six meetings with Moreira saluting four times in that period.

.......... have Hong Kong punters caught the bridled-loyalty virus rorting Melbourne punters?

.... ............and what does the  subjection of HK portend for HK racing?




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« 2020-Jun-17, 09:15 PM Reply #737 »


Branch stacking ...and race-field stacking ..are similarly corrupt


................have a peep at the line-up at Flemington on Saturday .......then put your wallet back in your pocket.

............... a boycott of this nonsense by most punters would give a powerful message .....and save them money!

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« 2020-Jun-17, 09:27 PM Reply #738 »
Tell us who shouldn’t be running Peter.
Specifics if your addled brain can do it  :lol:

I’ve already backed a few that I’m sure you would nominate, based on your ignorance

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« 2020-Jun-20, 07:06 PM Reply #739 »


How good are inflated fields?

                  ..... you can all line-up race outcomes with your account balance [i.e.your own assessment of the form]......... and with others' published assessments of the form.

.................you know that fixed-odds corporates feeding off 'inflated fields' ....and rebate-getting syndicates ........ got your money

............line up again next week and give them more!


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« 2020-Jun-20, 07:10 PM Reply #740 »
What was wrong Peter, you couldn’t friend Front Page or Hi Stanger?

Are your eyes painted on?

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« 2020-Jun-20, 09:31 PM Reply #741 »



Apart from punters . ....others are being disadvantaged by inflated fields

The Flemington track may be 'wide' but the running horses mainly converge and do not run 'wide'.

On he contrary, the running horses converge on the narrow part of the track considered the 'fast lane.

...............straight-track racing  is necessarily 'unfair' when herd-horses are inclined to run as a group..............and there are so many as to deny most a fair go.

When the racing is done, some 'connections' will be left lamenting rough results that denied their runners a fair go.


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« 2020-Jun-20, 09:34 PM Reply #742 »
So you didn’t back front page  :lol:

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« 2020-Jun-21, 09:03 AM Reply #743 »


Inflated-fields should be front page news

..............."connections' pay the price for administrators' greed, especially jockeys"

Zahra was suspended for careless riding on third-placed Merited with stewards ruling he caused significant interference to several rivals - including race favourite King of Hastings, I Am Eloquent, Broadwayandfourth and Hi Stranger - near the 250m.


There is no mention in the stewards report of likely  interference when too many immature horses are crowding a 'fast lane'.

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« 2020-Jun-21, 09:26 AM Reply #744 »
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So you didn’t back front page  :lol:

I take that as a No Peter  :lol:

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« 2020-Jun-23, 06:19 PM Reply #745 »

front page news.......another takeover target

Racenet's Richie is on board with Saturday's front page news


Corowa local, Geoff Duryea, took his young sprinter Front Page to the big smoke for the first time and the Magnus three-year-old absolutely pole-axed the city slickers in the Listed A.R.Creswick Stakes down the straight-six course at Flemington.


FP was in front, out of trouble and won well -- I just do not trust form from winter 3yro races horses, paying lotto dividends after the race was disrupted by interference common with inflated fields.

.............. Kosciusko is a big hill to climb.


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« 2020-Jun-23, 07:46 PM Reply #746 »
Not Today Dopey at Hawkesbury

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« 2020-Jun-23, 09:26 PM Reply #747 »

Omen bets:-- --a horse named 'Kosciusko' won an out-of-town mid-week race today


Following this with such an oblique reference to an 'omen' result is typical of forum members with limited ability.

...................presumably such 'omen luck' is 'expected' by some to flow to front-page news come October.

Brainless.

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« 2020-Jun-23, 09:35 PM Reply #748 »
  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

There is only one bigger idiot than carey on the forum and that is  you sunshine.

Fours

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« 2020-Jun-24, 07:43 AM Reply #749 »

Omen bets:-- --a horse named 'Kosciusko' won an out-of-town mid-week race today


Following this with such an oblique reference to an 'omen' result is typical of forum members with limited ability.

...................presumably such 'omen luck' is 'expected' by some to flow to front-page news come October.

Brainless.

Of the irony, coming from a bloke who doesn’t do form and relies on some jibberer called monty to make his bets for him   :lol:   :lol:

Oh and posts here to prove his ignorance


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