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Offline navajo

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-14, 08:49 AM »
All u guys from the old forum will be aware that I followed the spring campaign of Samantha Miss after the birth of our first child "Samantha" last September (the day before Samantha Miss won the GRP2 Tea Rose Stakes....yaaaa).  Again I will be following her autumn campaign with the AJC Oaks her main goal.

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« 2009-Feb-14, 09:02 AM Reply #1 »
I am just awaiting the birth of your next child. Please do not select a retrospective name such as "Phar" "Kingston" or "Lonhro" thanks

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« 2009-Feb-14, 09:11 AM Reply #2 »
 :unsu  :lol:

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« 2009-Feb-14, 09:27 AM Reply #3 »
Race 7 LIGHT FINGERS STAKES - 1200 METRES 4.30 P.M.

Horse Barrier Rating Weight Jockey Trainer
1. SAMANTHA MISS    7  112  56.0  Hugh Bowman  Kris Lees 
2. PORTILLO    16  93  56.0  Corey Brown  Peter Snowden 
3. ANATOMICA    1  90  56.0  Daniel Ganderton (a)  Joseph Pride 
4. ROCHA    10  90  56.0  Rod Quinn  Guy Walter 
5. ROCK ME BABY    13  90  56.0  Brad Pengelly  David Payne 
6. COURT    8  78  56.0  Danny Nikolic  Clarry Conners 
7. MONTANA FLYER    3  86  56.0  Blake Shinn  Gai Waterhouse 
8. ZAROCK    6  73  56.0  Kathy O'Hara  Gary Portelli 
9. GLOWLAMP    15  85  56.0  Nash Rawiller  Clarry Conners 
10. LOVE AND KISSES    9  85  56.0  Jay Ford  Chris Waller 
11. PALACIO DE CRISTAL    14  81  56.0  Glyn Schofield  Grahame Begg 
12. POLAWAY    11  75  56.0  Tim Clark  John O'Shea 
13. IVORY PEGASUS    4  73  56.0  Grant Buckley  Robert Price 
14. ALLEZ WONDER    12  71  56.0  Peter Wells (a)  Bart Cummings 
15. SARA'S CHOICE    5  80  56.0  Chris Munce  Kevin Moses 
16. MONDIAL DAME    2  65  56.0  Robert Thompson  Michael Clout 


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« 2009-Feb-14, 09:28 AM Reply #4 »
Sammy's set to steal the show
By Mathew Toogood
IT'S a question racing fans would all want to know ahead of champion filly Samantha Miss's return to racing in the Light Fingers Stakes (1200m) at Randwick tomorrow _ is she going well enough to win?
"Well, there's only one word for that…definitely,'' respected Broadmeadow clocker Alan "Joc'' Gollogly said this morning.
"You can't knock champions against their own age and her preparatory work has been good.''
Samantha Miss produced her best piece of work of the preparation at Newcastle on Tuesday morning working with stablemate Absolutelyfabulous on the course proper.
The pair clocked 1.08.75 for the 1000m gallop with a final 600m in 36.40sec.
"On a fitness level she's probably exactly the same as when she won the Silver Shadow first-up in the spring,'' Gollogly said.
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« 2009-Feb-14, 01:54 PM Reply #5 »
I am just awaiting the birth of your next child. Please do not select a retrospective name such as "Phar" "Kingston" or "Lonhro" thanks


reminds me of Brian Lara who called his daughter Sydney.


" Glad I didn't score my first 100 in Lahore" was his remark

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« 2009-Feb-14, 01:55 PM Reply #6 »
She's clearly a lay today in the weather but finding the winner will be hard.

What about Buckleys in form, fit horse?

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:28 PM Reply #7 »
I actually agree that she is a lay today, as much as I would love for her to win I dont think she will be able to sprint with them on the current track conditions.

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:39 PM Reply #8 »
She's clearly a lay today in the weather but finding the winner will be hard.

What about Buckleys in form, fit horse?

have you not see her sprint on a wet track? I can't have anything else in the race bar Montana Flyer and that's only because it is an absolute swimmer and I still think it's got very little chance.

Although saying that I might be laying her for an all green situation if I get that far in the Big 6.  ;)

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:42 PM Reply #9 »
I can see what you're saying but with all the talk about he being under done etc, I can see her just going around for the run..
The I've boxed Sam, Montana Flyer, Ivory pegus & portillo

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:44 PM Reply #10 »
She's clearly a lay today in the weather but finding the winner will be hard.

What about Buckleys in form, fit horse?


Cant see how you can say she is clearly a lay. She has lengths on these fillies and has beaten them before on a wet track. Whilst she is possibly not a betting proposition today it would take a very brave man to lay her imo.

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:46 PM Reply #11 »
  Im not so sure about Sam 2day, if listening to Kris Lees has any
merit she wont be winning, then again he may be playing cool i spose

 Then again they are walkers
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-14, 02:48 PM by Big Wheel »

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« 2009-Feb-14, 02:50 PM Reply #12 »

Cant see how you can say she is clearly a lay. She has lengths on these fillies and has beaten them before on a wet track. Whilst she is possibly not a betting proposition today it would take a very brave man to lay her imo.


I dont believe she is a clear lay, she is obviously the best filly in the race and her class can get her over the line.  I just beleive that she is being trained as a stayer and may not be able to sprint with them first up on a wet track but in saying this I still hope she wins.....  :noteworthy:  

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« 2009-Feb-14, 04:09 PM Reply #13 »
Top run by Sam but the usual suspects rattled home as well

Glowlamp & Portillo were good runs and I think Palacio  de Cristal hit tthe line well also

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« 2009-Feb-14, 05:23 PM Reply #14 »
crayfish...please dont continue to breed  :lol:

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« 2009-Feb-14, 05:27 PM Reply #15 »
Below the belt mate, so unlike you ????????

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« 2009-Feb-14, 05:31 PM Reply #16 »
the most amazing part about ole hamstring cradlefish,is that hes here at all,when you consider that out of about 1 billion sperm,his was the fkn quickest

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« 2009-Feb-14, 05:35 PM Reply #17 »
Very cruel, what street gang were you in, bro ?

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« 2009-Feb-14, 09:33 PM Reply #18 »
Top run by Sam but the usual suspects rattled home as well

Glowlamp & Portillo were good runs and I think Palacio  de Cristal hit tthe line well also


Would have to be the best maider in Australia....Glowlamp...


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