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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2011-Jul-03, 12:09 PM Reply #25 »
Going from strength to strength.

13 runners yesterday. 4 winners and 3 placegetters. 25-1 shot in the last beating two better fancied runners - Tommy Smith lives!!

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« 2011-Jul-03, 12:21 PM Reply #26 »
toltrice - have merged your topic into existing one   emthup

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« 2011-Aug-08, 03:58 PM Reply #27 »
Anyone have any thoughts on why Wallers horses have ALL lost a leg??

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« 2011-Aug-09, 01:11 AM Reply #28 »
Anyone have any thoughts on why Wallers horses have ALL lost a leg??

 :what:

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« 2011-Aug-09, 12:38 PM Reply #29 »
Don't tell me you haven't noticed that most are well beaten before they even get to the turn??

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« 2011-Aug-09, 12:49 PM Reply #30 »
I made the near fatal mistake of not taping last weekends racing.  :rant: I had not noticed that no Jim. I will take your word for it.

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« 2011-Aug-09, 01:17 PM Reply #31 »
Just listen to the Punters Show, Glen Pollett highlights it but I knew that after last Wednesday, he is getting more lasts than firsts, not that they will all run badly but you want to be game backing any of them after last Wednesday/Saturday's efforts, something just isn't right, strange that that David Vandyke/Hayes horse failed as well after being tipped as a "best Bet" by many Hidden Gem, Vandyke had a close association with Waller before going back to training, do you know what Vandyke is famous for?

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« 2011-Aug-09, 01:56 PM Reply #32 »
Just listen to the Punters Show, Glen Pollett highlights it but I knew that after last Wednesday, he is getting more lasts than firsts, not that they will all run badly but you want to be game backing any of them after last Wednesday/Saturday's efforts, something just isn't right, strange that that David Vandyke/Hayes horse failed as well after being tipped as a "best Bet" by many Hidden Gem, Vandyke had a close association with Waller before going back to training, do you know what Vandyke is famous for?

Chim Chim Cher-ee............

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« 2011-Aug-09, 03:25 PM Reply #33 »
Chalky that is gold.

  emthup   :lol:

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« 2011-Aug-09, 09:55 PM Reply #34 »
Chalky.....that's one of the best. Gave me a good   :lol:

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« 2011-Aug-09, 10:24 PM Reply #35 »
agree   :lol:

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« 2011-Aug-10, 02:55 PM Reply #36 »
first race today a long last, second race a second and a last, third race a third  :what:

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« 2011-Aug-14, 06:24 PM Reply #37 »
Have to give Chris Waller the title of most emotional winner by lengths after his acceptance speeches  at Racing NSW Awards shown on SKY today.

Puts Peter Snowden who can turn a tear on at will in the shade.

After this he has earned the  nic of "Kleenex". 

Quite incredible training effort topping the TON. :no1:

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« 2011-Oct-25, 11:10 PM Reply #38 »
430Moriarty (IRE) B.C. by Clodovil (IRE) x Justice System (USA) 90,000
 Consignor: East Everleigh Stables (R. Hannon) Purchaser: Chris Waller

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« 2011-Oct-26, 08:11 AM Reply #40 »
652Thubiaan (USA) B.C. by Dynaformer (USA) x Barzah (IRE) 130,000
 Consignor: Shadwell Stud Purchaser: Chris Waller

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« 2011-Oct-26, 10:13 PM Reply #41 »
916Aerial Acclaim (IRE) B.C. by Acclamation (GB) x Stratospheric (GB) 100,000
 Consignor: Beechdown Farm Stables (C. Cox) Purchaser: Chris Waller

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« 2011-Oct-26, 10:31 PM Reply #42 »
947Emirates Art (GB) B.F. by Excellent Art (GB) x Going To Work (IRE) 100,000
 Consignor: Trillium Place Stables (D. Simcock) Purchaser: Chris Waller Racing

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« 2012-Jan-25, 02:55 PM Reply #43 »
We all know Waller has had an outstanding record with Northern Hemisphere imported stayers, at least up to handicap level.

His record with Australian and New Zealand bred middle distant - stayers is not so good. At least that is the impression I have got.

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« 2012-Jan-25, 04:10 PM Reply #44 »
What makes you say that Matt?

Have you got an examples?

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« 2012-Jan-25, 04:16 PM Reply #45 »
Actually the question should probably reflect those he has bought as yearlings.

Who would be the best class 2000m+ horses that he has developed from the beginning of their racing career.

As I said it is just a perception I have. More than happy to be proven wrong.

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« 2012-Jan-25, 04:54 PM Reply #46 »
Triple Honor
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« 2012-Jan-25, 05:35 PM Reply #47 »
Rangirangdo
speaking of which, trialing against hay list at Randwick trials heat 5 friday

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« 2012-Jan-31, 09:56 PM Reply #48 »
We all know Waller has had an outstanding record with Northern Hemisphere imported stayers, at least up to handicap level.
seems like waller is getting another 2000m up and comer, class is class, a group winner

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« 2012-Jan-31, 10:41 PM Reply #49 »
seems like waller is getting another 2000m up and comer, class is class, a group winner


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