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Offline Devil

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« 2017-Sep-07, 02:02 PM Reply #2475 »
Maybe Bold n Sassy for me at Rocky today. Race 4


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« 2017-Sep-10, 04:19 PM Reply #2476 »
Racing from Seoul today their Sprint and Cup.
Sprint 1,4,7,10 for me.
Cup only betting on #11.

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« 2017-Sep-10, 05:46 PM Reply #2477 »
Korean racing becoming happy hunting ground for Japanese horses, winning sprint and cup today.

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« 2017-Sep-16, 08:52 AM Reply #2478 »
Mr Sneaky might be worth a small dabble if you get a money back offer if it runs a place such as Ubet is offering

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« 2017-Sep-22, 01:46 PM Reply #2479 »
Anyone at Scone tell Gary Harley  jockey Hyosik Lee is Korean not Japanese.

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« 2017-Oct-07, 09:39 AM Reply #2480 »
If you have a UBET account the 5th in Melbourne could be fun

Money back if you have a win bet and your horse runs second or third.

$50 max but $50 on Winx and it wins you get $60 plus back . Runs second or third and money back.

I might back Humidor  at $4.60.

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« 2017-Oct-12, 12:18 PM Reply #2481 »
Got my money back with Humidor last week so no harm done.
This week with Ubet they have the same offer for the first 5 races in Sydney and Melbourne so a bit of fun.

Young Brad Davidson from the Daily Telegraph has a big following on social media but some of his specials are very short such as Smooth Whiskey in the first at Wyong today. Not for this little black duck
Maybe his tip in the 2nd is better odds. Delos

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« 2017-Oct-29, 08:06 PM Reply #2482 »
Got my money back with Humidor last week so no harm done.
This week with Ubet they have the same offer for the first 5 races in Sydney and Melbourne so a bit of fun.

Young Brad Davidson from the Daily Telegraph has a big following on social media but some of his specials are very short such as Smooth Whiskey in the first at Wyong today. Not for this little black duck
Maybe his tip in the 2nd is better odds. Delos

did you back up Devil ?

nice exacta if you did     8-)

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« 2017-Oct-29, 08:13 PM Reply #2483 »
a former formite had a nice win at the sunny coast today    :clap2:

$60k race held over from the washed out meeting last saturday , scr from barrier carpark yesterday to run from barrier 2 today   emthup

worth the wait for some    :shy:

handy little sprinter who has now had 17 for 6/3 $113k  nice to have a handy one

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« 2017-Oct-29, 10:30 PM Reply #2484 »
Yes wonder if the " Butterfly " was on ; especially with that gaggle involved in the ownership

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« 2017-Oct-30, 10:25 AM Reply #2485 »
a former formite had a nice win at the sunny coast today    :clap2:

$60k race held over from the washed out meeting last saturday , scr from barrier carpark yesterday to run from barrier 2 today    emthup  

worth the wait for some    :shy:

handy little sprinter who has now had 17 for 6/3 $113k  nice to have a handy one

 :beer:

 

Great to see that get up at a good price. Been backing it every run so he still owes me😀

Only had a small dabble ew on Humidor so no harm done over the weekend

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« 2017-Dec-23, 04:59 AM Reply #2486 »

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« 2017-Dec-23, 07:37 AM Reply #2487 »
Anyone at Scone tell Gary Harley  jockey Hyosik Lee is Korean not Japanese.

On that subject Ive been impressed with a young Japanese girl who's riding very well from the few rides that Ive seen. Apprentice M Nakao

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« 2017-Dec-23, 08:06 AM Reply #2489 »
Geez Grats you're brave backing Mt Panorama   :lol:
It was scratched anyway mate so I might have saved a dollar😀

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« 2018-Jul-25, 02:28 PM Reply #2492 »
There are 17 new rules being amended/introduced as of August 1st in relation to the Australian Rules Of Racing

http://www.racingaustralia.horse/FreeServices/Upcoming_Australian_Rules_Of_Racing_1_August_2018.aspx

The cover bullying, specifications of what constitutes a whip and where it may be used (see whip rules thread), and non-starter declarations if suffering interference at the start. The stewards will have more power in regard to "unsafe horses".

175D says anyone coming under the rules must not bet with "non approved" wagering operators.

AR.177C, AR.178, AR.178G & AR.200A relate to Elevated hydrocortisone levels from endogenous origin.

AR.178F(2) states that trainers must log a treatment if they take a blood sample. AR.87A(2) officially permits the use of Stallion Chains.

AR.8E(1) extends the powers of "Investigators".

However my interpretation of this particular rule is that all jockeys can now have a half a kilo allowance

AR.143 – Weighing in light

Summary:
AR.143(a) currently refers to a rider being allowed to weigh in light by a half kilogram “for the weight of his bridle”. This is creating confusion as to whether other items should be included and the reality is that the rider is simply allowed a half kilogram.
Accordingly, the reference to the bridle is being removed.

1. Amend AR.143 as follows:

“AR.143. Subject to AR.146, if a horse carries less weight than the weight it should carry -

(a) it shall be disqualified for the race, provided that a rider shall be allowed by the Clerk of the Scales a half kilogram; and

(b) notwithstanding paragraph (a), the rider and/or any person at fault may be penalised.”



And there is a rule covering fees:

Trainer & Owner Reforms – TOR Rule 3

Summary:
The purpose of TOR Rule 3 is to ensure that all owners are aware of the training fees for which they will be liable. The rule imposes an obligation on trainers to issue a fees notice to owners within a certain time of being appointed as trainer, and contains a mechanism under which the fees notice can be disputed or accepted. The fees notice then provides the basis upon which a trainer can rely on the “presumption of a training debt” under the TOR Rules and the Standard Training Agreement when an invoice is not paid.

As currently drafted, TOR Rule 3 is silent as to what occurs when a trainer has not provided the owners with a fees notice by the required time, or at all. Racing Australia is introducing a new subrule (3) which provides that a trainer who has not issued a fees notice on time is precluded from relying on the “presumption of a training debt” for any fees incurred prior to the provision of a fees notice.

This approach is fair in that it restricts the trainer’s ability to rely on the TOR processes to recover unpaid training fees where the owners were not aware of those fees. Importantly, the trainer can still seek payment from the owners for services provided prior to issuing the fees notice, just not under the TOR processes.

Subrule (1) is also being amended to remove the transitional provisions which only applied to issuing of fees notices during the first month of the TOR.

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« 2018-Sep-29, 09:44 AM Reply #2493 »
Crucial travel delay for internationals
Racing Article racing.com Staff@Racing   28 September, 2018

A travel delay due to a cracked plane windscreen could cause havoc for certain horses ahead of the Melbourne Spring Carnival.

Racing Victoria revealed that 19 Melbourne-bound horses had been held up in transit due to the plane fault, and remain in the UAE - which will delay the start to their two weeks in quarantine at Werribee.

That means the select horses in the statement below could be unable to race on Caulfield Guineas Day, with the Group 1 Caulfield Stakes and Group 2 Herbert Power Stakes key lead-in races for the staying features in the spring.


"Racing Victoria (RV) advises that the plane carrying 19 of the 27 international horses scheduled to arrive in Melbourne tomorrow (Saturday, 29 September 2018) for the Spring Racing Carnival will be delayed by up to 14 hours in Sharjah, UAE," the RV statement read.

"The cargo plane sustained a cracked windscreen between London and Sharjah which now needs to be replaced. The quarantined horses remain on the tarmac at Sharjah under the watchful eye of veterinary staff and IRT flying grooms.

"The horses are now expected to arrive in Melbourne, via Singapore, at around midnight Saturday evening to commence their two weeks post arrival quarantine at the Werribee International Horse Centre.

"Those horses on the delayed flight a

Cliffs Of Moher (Aidan O’Brien)

Fleet Review (Aidan O’Brien)

Intelligence Cross (Aidan O’Brien)

Spirit of Valor (Aidan O’Brien)

Yucatan (Aidan O’Brien)

Duretto (Andrew Balding)

Danon Distance (Anthony Freedman)

Red Verdon (Ed Dunlop)

Withhold (Roger Charlton)

Dal Harrald (Ciaron Maher and David Eustace)

Pharrell (Ciaron Maher and David Eustace)

Langley (Darren Weir)

Casterton (Chris Waller)

Count Octave (Chris Waller)

Finche (Chris Waller)

Shraaoh (Chris Waller)

Gustavus Vassa (Team Hayes)

Marathon Man (Mike Moroney)

Sound Check (Mike Moroney)

"A second plane carrying seven Godolphin-owned Carnival contenders, including Benbatl, Cross Counter and Best Solution, along with the Charlie Fellows-trained Prince of Arran will arrive in Melbourne around midnight this evening as scheduled."

Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2018-Nov-06, 06:35 PM Reply #2494 »
Lucky to have bet early Sportsbet and Ladbrokes both crashed SB came back but Ladbrokes is still out phone betting OK UBET didn't crash that's a wonder it's usually first to go.

Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2018-Nov-06, 07:01 PM Reply #2495 »


--------could be the hackers


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