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Offline wily ole dog

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O.P. « 2012-Mar-10, 03:26 PM »
Geez Chris, whats the story mate. Snowden will be thankful

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« 2012-Mar-10, 03:34 PM Reply #1 »
It's touching.

Nothing to be ashamed of.

Great to see that money ain't everything.

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« 2012-Mar-10, 03:35 PM Reply #2 »
can someone tell him that the chipping norton isn't really a gp 1

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« 2012-Mar-10, 03:41 PM Reply #3 »
It's touching.

Nothing to be ashamed of.

Great to see that money ain't everything.


Yes it is

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« 2012-Mar-10, 03:41 PM Reply #4 »
can someone tell him that the chipping norton isn't really a gp 1


Yes it is

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« 2012-Mar-10, 04:15 PM Reply #5 »
I reckon the early calls that last year's Cox Plate was one of the weakest ever are growing stronger by the week

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« 2012-Mar-10, 05:18 PM Reply #6 »
I reckon the early calls that last year's Cox Plate was one of the weakest ever are growing stronger by the week

Agree. Jimmy Choux the possible exception - could be a real topliner. Rekindled Interest and Wall Street running 3rd/4th the giveaway.

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« 2012-Mar-10, 05:47 PM Reply #7 »
I reckon the early calls that last year's Cox Plate was one of the weakest ever are growing stronger by the week


Sadly our WFA depth is poor and you're right. The C Plate was very poor.
I wonder when the next golden age of WFA horse will arrive. WE've been in the doldrums since the Lonhro/Norton/Sumline era

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« 2012-Mar-10, 08:32 PM Reply #8 »
Shoot Out has won an AJC Derby and Randwick Guineas and beat Danleigh a multiple group one winner and thats not a group one, please.

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« 2012-Mar-10, 10:35 PM Reply #9 »

Sadly our WFA depth is poor and you're right. The C Plate was very poor.
I wonder when the next golden age of WFA horse will arrive. WE've been in the doldrums since the Lonhro/Norton/Sumline era

Except for that two time winner who went over to Europe and was the run of the race in last years Arc.

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« 2012-Mar-11, 01:09 AM Reply #10 »

Sadly our WFA depth is poor and you're right. The C Plate was very poor.
I wonder when the next golden age of WFA horse will arrive. WE've been in the doldrums since the Lonhro/Norton/Sumline era

There is nothing wrong with the WFA ranks in the 1000-1400m range.

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« 2012-Mar-11, 07:01 AM Reply #11 »
There is nothing wrong with the WFA ranks in the 1000-1400m range.


I agree

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« 2012-Mar-11, 07:03 AM Reply #12 »
Except for that two time winner who went over to Europe and was the run of the race in last years Arc.


SYT was very good Cal but I was talking about the depth.

What happened to our racing was  akin to what happened to the west indies cricket.

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« 2012-Mar-11, 07:34 AM Reply #13 »
What happened to our racing was  akin to what happened to the west indies cricket.

All the good young horses coming through were more interested in playing basketball?

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« 2012-Mar-11, 08:01 AM Reply #14 »
  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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« 2012-Sep-05, 07:20 PM Reply #15 »
Anyone know what Chris is planning this spring for 3yo "Grand Business" I picked him to follow last Dec when as a 2yo he ran 3rd to Noogoora Burr and Sizzling in Brissy as he comes from the family of one of my fave horses Benfica,I remember he won a couple of races this year and placed a few times also so imo looks ok. :)

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« 2012-Sep-08, 03:24 PM Reply #16 »
How long since Peter Snowden has teared up after a race?,but Waller is still crying, Bloody Kiwi's. :tears:

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« 2012-Sep-08, 03:26 PM Reply #17 »
Caroline Searcy (?) Would be tearing up if she was hosting TVNs coverage with Richie beside her.

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« 2012-Sep-08, 03:34 PM Reply #18 »
You can tell when he's about to tear up.

His irises disappear.

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« 2012-Sep-08, 04:07 PM Reply #19 »
Caroline Searcy (?) Would be tearing up if she was hosting TVNs coverage with Richie beside her.

Caroline Searcy had me tearing up (with laughter) this morning when she said that Rumour And Scandal had run well in the 'Show C*nty Quality' at its previous start.


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« 2012-Sep-08, 04:08 PM Reply #20 »
Caroline Searcy (?) Would be tearing up if she was hosting TVNs coverage with Richie beside her.

She's a waste of space, sick of reading catalogue pedigree before every race which has no bearing on the race about to unfold, none.

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« 2012-Sep-08, 04:35 PM Reply #21 »
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Caroline Searcy had me tearing up (with laughter) this morning when she said that Rumour And Scandal had run well in the 'Show C*nty Quality' at its previous start.


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Yes, I did a double-take at that.

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« 2012-Sep-08, 05:20 PM Reply #22 »
She's a waste of space, sick of reading catalogue pedigree before every race which has no bearing on the race about to unfold, none.


Love the breeding talk  and do find it of a benefit and interest :clap2:

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« 2012-Sep-08, 07:22 PM Reply #23 »
I like Caroline ... but why oh why does she insist on leaving those sunglasses on top of her head? Put 'em in your handbag!

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« 2012-Sep-09, 08:30 AM Reply #24 »
I'm all for Caroline I think her and Haynes are the only quality on the channel,Caroline's show Thoroughbreds with Tara Madgwick is better than anything on racing channels,what I hate is Richie calling her "Caro" lose some weight Richie and you might'nt get tired getting the other four letters out,when Caroline made that boo boo on air {just like the Project lady on ch10 did} Richie was laughing so much when the cameras came off them that made me wonder what Caroline was doing {fainting with embarrassment}.I still wish Richie would stop yelling into the mike and getting in peoples space when he interviews,I normally switch channels when he comes on air with Caroline.


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