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Offline calgary

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-17, 01:32 PM »
Don't really rate 2yo racing and have no idea of the class of horse she beat but.....


WOW!   emthup

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« 2009-Jan-17, 01:52 PM Reply #1 »
Very Impressive. Had been a Rostova fan as other will know got on early on it on cup day but ths was just as impressive.   emthup  


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« 2009-Jan-17, 02:03 PM Reply #2 »
How often do they kick away in the straight after being used up early after missing the start?

I thought of Amelia's Dream in the straight and Nash mentioned her in the post race interview.

It was definitely a WOW performance.

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« 2009-Jan-17, 02:07 PM Reply #3 »
Amelia's Dream

and its back in the stable in work.

Seriously I have not been anticipating a return of a horse this much for a long long time. I hope it hasn't been affected by the injury. It is a champion in waiting, just needs to actually go out prove it on the track.

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« 2009-Jan-17, 06:17 PM Reply #4 »
CANT AGREE MORE LADS IT IS A SERIOUS SLIPPER HORSE THIS  :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:   :noteworthy:

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« 2009-Jan-17, 08:05 PM Reply #5 »
That sort of injury she had fellas.she'll be lucky to even get back to raceday .specially under Gai after she gives her 4 to 5 trials  :p

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« 2009-Jan-18, 10:34 AM Reply #6 »
Just a note on Amelia's Dream's progress.  Article was from Racenet.

Amelia's Dream back in Waterhouse Randwick stables
Brad Waters
Friday, 16 January 2009

The excitement is building around the Gai Waterhouse stable with the star filly Amelia’s Dream re-appearing at Waterhouse’s Randwick stables as she steps up her comeback from injury.

Amelia’s Dream set the racing world alight in the early autumn of 2008 by winning a maiden at Canterbury by ten lengths before caning her rivals in the GII Silver Slipper Stakes by six lengths.

The high of Amelia’s Dream winning by so far was tempered by the filly pulling up lame after the race after sustaining a medial sesamoid fracture to a foreleg with the Golden Slipper at her mercy.

The Waterhouse stable is thrilled with Amelia’s Dream’s recovery and say the injury has healed completely.

The injury was x-rayed and then today scanned at Randwick Equine Centre, Randwick,” Waterhouse’s website reported.

“She passed all the tests and Dr Chris O'Sullivan said he could not even detect the area of the injury, as the recovery was so good.

“She will commence light work at my Tempest Morn stables and will be assessed on a daily basis by my stable veterinarian Dr Leanne Begg.

The stable will not test the daughter of Redoute’s Choice over a distance in this upcoming campaign, with sprint races being the order of the day.

“Amelia's Dream will not be running over a distance she will be kept for the shorter courses, which will make it easier to keep her sound,” the website said.

I wouldn't make the comparison too soon to Amelia's Dream, their times were quite different over the 1100m.

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« 2009-Feb-09, 12:32 PM Reply #7 »
Apparently trialled this morning ...... any reports ??

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« 2009-Feb-09, 12:59 PM Reply #8 »
2 different horses,amelias dream an out and out flying machine,had the slipper at her absolute mercy,more joyous will get over some ground,triple crown well within her scope imo

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« 2009-Feb-09, 01:22 PM Reply #9 »
Won the trial, beating Season's End in 46.60 over the 800m by 2.5 lengths.  Didn't actually see the trial so not sure if she was asked to extend at all.  It was the second fastest trial of the day, the only faster one was Northern Meteor in 46.40
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« 2009-Feb-09, 03:13 PM Reply #10 »
Todays Sydney Morning Herald, Max Presnell on More Joyous "One well-known ratings expert already has her only a kilo less than Amelia's Dream when she was dominating last season".

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« 2009-Feb-09, 03:20 PM Reply #11 »
Only 0.2 of a second slower then a pushed out Northern Meteor, and she was never extended apparently

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« 2009-Feb-09, 03:31 PM Reply #12 »
From Racenet   

More Joyous pleases again in Randwick trial
Brad Waters
Monday, 9 February 2009

Golden Slipper favourite More Joyous continues to do everything right, easily winning a Randwick trial on Monday morning in a manner that greatly impressed the Gai Waterhouse stable.

More Joyous only won her trial by two lengths but made improvements in her racing manners that really pleased the Waterhouse stable manager Robyn Hartney.

“She was much better out of the barriers this time, which was very pleasing,” Hartney said.

“She jumped very quickly which was great and showed plenty of speed and Blake (Shinn) decided to keep her three or four horses of the fence all the way.

“Blake never let her off the bridle and she was never extended to win the trial by 2 ½ lengths in the good time of 46.6 seconds.”

More Joyous’ trial time was just outside the fastest time of the day, 46.4 recorded by stablemate Northern Meteor who has to be pushed slightly before winning his trial.

“He went fantastic again in his trial,” Hartney said.

“The thing about him today was that he was very lazy and very relaxed, Blake had to give him one on the backside early to wake him up.

“It was his second trial so Blake rode him out a bit harder this time to just give him that bit of extra work.

“Gai will decide when to send him down to Melbourne for the Newmaket, it might be this week but she will make up her mind what to do in the next couple of days.”

The lightly-raced Doncaster Mile prospect Ashikaga also pleased the stable with his solid trial win with Faulconbridge and Rockwood getting home well under no pressure in the straight.

The Waterhouse yard will send Viking Legend to Melbourne to run in a two-year-old event over 1200 metres.

Brad Rawiller will take the ride on the son of Elvstroem who debuted with a solid second behind the top class colt Real Saga at Randwick on January 24.

Viking Legend will run at Moonee Valley on Saturday with the race to be a stepping stone to the $250,000 Inglis Classic to be run at Caulfield on February 28.

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:18 AM Reply #13 »
Scratched today.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:43 AM Reply #14 »
Why?


The jock was on the radio hyping it up on an hour ago

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:51 AM Reply #15 »
Elevated temp

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:23 PM Reply #16 »
 edited
« Last Edit: 2009-Aug-22, 09:37 PM by Sporty »

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:45 PM Reply #17 »
Elevated temp

Still hasn't come down since the Slipper

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« 2009-Aug-22, 08:51 PM Reply #18 »
another sucker punch to early quaddie and treble and double takers, subbie ran 2nd  :yes:
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« 2009-Aug-22, 09:06 PM Reply #19 »
Gai was talking of her following in the footsteps of Samantha Miss--maybe she should have had a look at the first from MV today

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« 2009-Aug-28, 06:33 PM Reply #20 »
Gai sounding her normal confident self  'MORE JOYOUS(NZ) (Race 5, 1100m, 3.10pm, No. 8, rider Blake Shinn, 53kg): Gorgeous and talented daughter of More Than Ready. She has recovered from her slight setback last week and is ready to pounce. Will fight out the finish'

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« 2009-Sep-19, 10:30 PM Reply #21 »
Spanked them today  :yes:

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« 2009-Sep-19, 10:32 PM Reply #22 »
Outstanding today, accelerated like a good one.

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« 2009-Sep-19, 10:44 PM Reply #23 »
Bookies got it right with their early markets lol

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« 2009-Sep-19, 10:47 PM Reply #24 »
I don't think she'll be going to Melbourne though... ;)


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