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Online wily ole dog

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« 2018-Sep-12, 02:53 PM Reply #50 »
I do not think you are capable of answering my question.

If you are able to answer it you should be able to do so in the same post as your idiotic question.

The winner and price of said winner does not prove anything about a race and its running as a whole.


The price of the winner proves that you and Mair are wrong. :bulb:

The price, with favourites dominating, proves that those races DO NOT provide ďROUGHĒ results as you and Mair are dishonesty claiming

Itís a fact. You do yourself no service by fighting the facts. Frankly Iím disappointed that a respected forum member like yourself would avoid honest debate.

I expect it from a Mair, not you :sad:

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« 2018-Sep-12, 02:57 PM Reply #51 »
As to your question it bares  no relevance to what we are discussing and I havenít answered as I donít know what your banging on about

Itís a totally seperate issue. I was hoping the penny would drop for you

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« 2018-Sep-12, 04:57 PM Reply #52 »
How the hell is it a separate issue ?

You want to get flustered and rude yet can not answer a very important question that is 100% related to you nonsense.

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« 2018-Sep-12, 05:28 PM Reply #53 »
Auth when the weights were released for Fiorente's Cup.....or Carbines Cup for that matter are about as relevant as the weather on the Moon, who freakin' cares? tell me why it is relevant? no don't you are as convoluted as Pete and you always have been, I don't want to get a headache....

The inference that I take from Pete's original Post is that Horses are not trying to win....obviously you and Pete think they could win and would win if only they tried......but didn't want to.....not much point in saying something that stupid about a horse that had none from the start is there?....,

So you Pete and nemisis should name some names of horses that should/could have won on the day but didn't try? I must have missed them

The bottom line is put up or SHUT UP!!!!!

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« 2018-Sep-12, 05:49 PM Reply #54 »
There has always been a cynical thought process that some horses were not trying prior to cup weights being released.

The fact you do not care when the release of weights was changed from earlier in the spring to a fortnight or so later simply suits your own arguement.

It is fine you are not cynical about some results and efforts by horses. Fine but that does not mean those who are cynical are absolutely incorrect.

Now that weights are released there is no reason all those in WFA races will not be giving their all. There will be rough results along the way.

I do not care how you read the form, a horse like Monaco Consul should not get anywhere near winning a group 2 WFA race even at the goat track.

As I said earlier, if Mair said the Earth was a globe you'd be going bezerk rudely trying to prove it was flat.

I doubt it within either you Dave or Wily to respond in a civilised tone.






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« 2018-Sep-12, 05:52 PM Reply #55 »
Really, one last thing, I really only got involved in this debate because I am sick of you, willy and a few others being absolutely rude in your responses to Mairs postings.




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« 2018-Sep-12, 06:22 PM Reply #56 »
No it's not.

It's in the eating. :dry:

True. The taste depends on the type of pudding and if you have any accompaniments.

https://www.taste.com.au/recipes/collections/top-10-pudding-recipes



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« 2018-Sep-12, 07:14 PM Reply #57 »
How the hell is it a separate issue ?

You want to get flustered and rude yet can not answer a very important question that is 100% related to you nonsense.

You need to get your head around the facts. Iím not flustered or rude.

Both Mair and now you claim that the results of the Memsie & the Feehan (Dato) (ave been rough)

They have not!!!!!

As to your other concerns about horses having practice runs we can discuss that later.
The fact is that the results of the Memsie and Feehan have NOT been Roughas you and Mair contest

Get your bloody head around that fact and then we can broaden the discussion re what you seem to believe are ďpractice runsĒ

Itís not bloody hard to get the gist is it :sweat:
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« 2018-Sep-12, 07:28 PM Reply #58 »
So you Pete and nemisis should name some names of horses that should/could have won on the day but didn't try? I must have missed them

The bottom line is put up or SHUT UP!!!!!

They wonít put up. Especially Mair & Authorized. They donít have the balls.

They have taken a philosophical position about Australian racing and wont accept the facts and are inventing (lying) to suit their preordained view. Mair for self serving reason and author cus he has a racing cultural cringe.

The Feehan & Memsie do not produce rough results like they claim.
To continue to claim that makes a liar of both

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« 2018-Sep-12, 08:18 PM Reply #59 »
Auth I disagree with you a lot....but you are entitled to have a (wrong) opinion, I respect that right even if I don't agree your actual opinion most of the time....But Pete is telling downright Lies with no evidence to support him....and he knows he is lying.........
Now you have also taken to telling lies just so you can disagree with wily and me...who you know are 100% correct.......so don't get on your high horse, have the guts to back up your statements that horses weren't trying and tell us which ones you are talking about....at least Nemesis did name names, I respect him for that........, You can't can you??

I will say again.....Put up or Shut up.............Pete can't "Put up".....and he won't shut up..........


I suspect one of you are the Ghost of Donald Trump....what colour is your hair??.......and what colour is your face?

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« 2018-Sep-12, 08:44 PM Reply #60 »
 A couple of years ago Dave I asked you why you had left the forum.

You replied with something along the lines of the personal attacks.......I'm not going to search for it because I can't be bothered.

Then you go and post this garbage above.

Since I've been here I have found there are half a dozen excellent contributors on this forum of whom Authorized is one.

You might want to just reflect on your comments sometime.

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« 2018-Sep-12, 08:56 PM Reply #61 »
Nemesis,
 seeing as Mair and authorized wonít comment whatís your view about their claim that the Feehan and Memsie are rife with ROUGH RESULTS .

2 things to consider before you provide  your answer.

1. The historical data that shows it is not the case! As proven in my previous posts

2. The claim of ROUGH RESULTS is totally different to what you are saying about SOME horses being under done or not trying it these races

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:08 PM Reply #62 »
Wily you are nothing but rude with Mair in every thread he starts. You are never remotely civilised.


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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:11 PM Reply #63 »
Wily as I said earlier the thread title is "Waiting for the weights" and that is what I was commenting on.

When I took punting much more serious than I do now my first rule was that WFA races were the best and safest to bet on because It was not always that difficult to find the best horse.

The little proviso I had was be careful in early season WFA races in the Victorian spring.

Humidor was in fact $40.00 in some place in this year's Memsie but I'm ok with that because I generally have something on him because I have always liked him.

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:12 PM Reply #64 »
NOW, wily answer my question.

When were weight released for the Fiorente cup. It is absolutely part of the point.


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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:14 PM Reply #65 »
Wily you are nothing but rude with Mair in every thread he starts. You are never remotely civilised.

Youíve said that a few times and you are wrong.
I tried to engage Mair in discussion but he refuses

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:17 PM Reply #66 »
NOW, wily answer my question.

When were weight released for the Fiorente cup. It is absolutely part of the point.


Iíve answered that unlike you who has refused to answer my question.
Just leave it and move on if you donít have the balls.

Now before you bang on about being rude again, thereís enough history here to show youíre no without guilt in that same regard  :bulb:

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:21 PM Reply #67 »
You have dragged this thread and everybody engaging into the gutter.


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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:22 PM Reply #68 »
No you and Mair have by being too pathetic to answer my simple question.
Get off your fecking high horse

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:31 PM Reply #69 »

The sense of this thread will become clearer as the spring unfolds.

.................. I would be inclined to lay Humidor.

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« 2018-Sep-12, 09:32 PM Reply #70 »
You have lied and made out that I agree with him 100%.

I have said I agree with his premise.

There is a big difference.

Now stooping to your childish behaviour, I asked my question first, now answer it.


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« 2018-Sep-13, 08:37 AM Reply #71 »
You have lied and made out that I agree with him 100%.

I have said I agree with his premise.

There is a big difference.


You have agreed with him.
 He claimed these races results were ROUGH. You AGREED despite being given evidence to the contrary

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« 2018-Sep-13, 11:10 AM Reply #72 »
You have agreed with him.
 He claimed these races results were ROUGH. You AGREED despite being given evidence to the contrary

Answer my question.

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« 2018-Sep-13, 12:24 PM Reply #73 »


.................. I would be inclined to lay Humidor.

Thanks scoop, when did the last top weight win? Makybe Diva in 2005? Before that it might be Think Big in 1975  :chin:

It's not like top weights have a good record  :/

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« 2018-Sep-13, 01:10 PM Reply #74 »
Thanks scoop, when did the last top weight win? Makybe Diva in 2005? Before that it might be Think Big in 1975  :chin:

It's not like top weights have a good record  :/

I think he was saying for the rest of the spring which would be pretty brave.

Talking about top weights, Greg Carpenter has made it a self fulfilling prophecy that horses carrying 58+ kgs can not win the Cup. None run in it.


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