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Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2019-Mar-24, 12:53 PM Reply #400 »
Harsh mate.


They even placed wagers on the Royal Wedding last year and won too.

What did they bet on? Would the Duke of Edinburgh make the weeding, what colour hat would the Queen wear ,where would Prince Harry consummate the marriage, , the mind boggles.

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« 2019-Mar-24, 01:33 PM Reply #401 »
I found it funny too until they showed me the markets. Dress of Queen, Kate, number of grooms, hat types, even if Harry will shave etc.

Research is impeccable as the Queen rarely wears same colours in a year to functions etc. Harry has not shaved for awhile including functions and events so it was a good gamble to them.

I learnt a lot.


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« 2019-Mar-24, 02:24 PM Reply #402 »
Reunes,

They really really really need a life!

Fours

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« 2019-Mar-24, 05:40 PM Reply #403 »
The difference is they only do it once awhile while we do it every week.

I donít want to think of the time we spend watching races and sport live or on tv.

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« 2019-Mar-24, 08:27 PM Reply #404 »
They really really really need a life!

The royals and politicians IMO are only good for one thing . .Betting on . .

I am a long way in front betting on politicians . . in fact, if you choose the right social circles, you can arb. very successfully

But have to admit that I am yet to punt on the Windsor mob

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« 2019-Mar-24, 09:03 PM Reply #405 »
Most betting corps are betting on the royal baby including gender, day of the week and name etc.

A girl baby is $1.74 and a boy is around $2.




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« 2019-Apr-13, 06:57 PM Reply #406 »
101 G1 Wins now.

16 G1 winners this season.

However he has lost his two best horses who gave him 11 of them this season.

I cannot see him reaching double figures for winning G1 races in a season for the short term.




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« 2019-May-11, 08:57 AM Reply #407 »
This is a You Tube Video included in Chris Waller's latest email ......Tom Simpson a qualified Physiotherapist both humans and equines might be of interest to horse lovers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWCvqCtKNmk

Lean Mean Machine shown in the video is a gentleman ......Tom would have taken a risk trying this on a pacer I got from the late Howard Wilson "Notesy" as his good lady wife called him was a bad tempered bugger  a gelding he would lunge at you with his teeth bared if you got too close to him.


Giddy Up :beer:

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« 2019-May-27, 09:15 PM Reply #408 »
Waller horses just shy of $40m in earnings this season. Remarkable record even though he had Winx.

I wonder if HK rumours are going to be true.

He does have a few good horses but none of his good horses from last season really stepped up this season.

His European horse imports have been replicated by many but in some cases better animals.

His post Winx career might be interesting.



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« 2019-May-27, 09:58 PM Reply #409 »
Verry Ellegant should win everything she runs in. She should provide at least 8 group 1 wins.

Anything less is a failure on Wallers part. ( injuries aside )


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« 2019-May-27, 11:33 PM Reply #410 »
Other than Winx, I canít think of too many Oaks winners in last decade or so winning a good G1 race afterwards as a mare.

Jameka and Etheral are only ones that readily jumps to mind.

There might be a couple who may won G1 races but it slips my memory so I do stand to be corrected.




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« 2019-May-28, 11:36 AM Reply #411 »
Enable is doing pretty well.

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« 2019-May-28, 04:56 PM Reply #412 »
Some more mares that won G1s against the boys after winning an oaks that I have found a  Danedream although her oaks was a G2 Italian Oaks, Minding (IRE) 2013, Treve (FR) 2010, Snow Fairy (IRE) 2007, Treve (FR) 2010, Ouija Board (GB) 2001, Zarkava (IRE) 2005.  Laurens (FR) 2014 yet to win a G1 against the boys but started off this year with a second in the Lockinge Stakes.  There are several others that won quite a few G1s against own sex eg Stacelita.  Interestingly Found (IRE) 2012 didn't run in an oaks.  Goldikova ran 3rd in an Oaks then won heaps.

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« 2019-May-28, 08:43 PM Reply #413 »
I am talking Australian Oaks races.

But that is an interesting comparison between Australia and o/s Oaks.

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« 2019-May-28, 08:53 PM Reply #414 »
Also a couple of New Zealand ones, Princess Coup and Savvy Coup

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« 2019-Jul-09, 07:53 PM Reply #415 »
The nonsense about so called "Integrity " in NSW continues. Just watched the videos of Today's Newcastle races. The glaring thing about Race 6 was that a horse called Frascati Miss who has shown all the speed of a steeplechaser in 1900 metre races at Canterbury is up contesting the lead in a mile race at Newcastle. Naturally it was favourite and the shock of all shocks was it got towelled up by a  stable mate. And what did the mighty racing police of NSW do ? Nothing much of course. Ask the jockey why ? The jockey is one of the best in the land , but he was incapable of holding this ferocious beast. It is happening all the time with this mob. Maybe I am naturally cynical , but when the powers that be crap on about Integrity it would do them well to remember that two out of the three Eastern States no longer have their leading trainers from last year still in operation . Do they seriously think that it all ended with those two. I think not.

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« 2019-Jul-10, 07:30 PM Reply #416 »
Gun, the bigger issue and not with just the big stables are the amount of drifters that lose.

We are not talking about a few fraction but whole points. If you look at some of the Farm results today, the opening odds or yesterdayís prices were almost double on some of the winners today.

It usually only happens in last 10 mins too which means most of the punters are already on for their multis and quaddies.

Early quad paid $408.50 today with the Tote having the winners at 2.3, 2.2, 6.1 and 4.6.

The main quad paid $593.2. The tote showed 4.6, 7.6, 2.5 and 3.4.

The money during the week at the NSW provincials and mid week usually seems very smart money due to the size of the fields or patterns. On Saturdays, luck plays a big part as fields are usually well more than 8.

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« 2019-Jul-10, 09:57 PM Reply #417 »

The rules should be 'two starters' or all bracketed.

Butter does melt rapidly in the mouths of those playing the market -- it is one of the chinks in the claimed armour of integrity in the racing industry.

Any genuine commitment to integrity would deal with the clear deception of 'smoking one in' being the clear right of  'connections'.

... try that on the stock market and 'do not pass go'




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« 2019-Aug-14, 11:23 PM Reply #418 »

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« 2019-Aug-15, 09:51 AM Reply #419 »
When they are put together like that it shows he has a nice crop.

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« 2019-Aug-15, 11:46 AM Reply #420 »
About 50 horses in that line up. Representing about 10% of his stable without the 2yos coming through.

How many did TJ have at any one time in his prime ?

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« 2019-Aug-15, 02:01 PM Reply #421 »
Not sure regarding TJ but I like the info. Very open in some ways and is better than none.

I would be intrigued to find out if his WA gallopers have a set target after Everest.

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« 2019-Aug-15, 02:23 PM Reply #422 »
Aren't they going back West?

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« 2019-Aug-15, 03:36 PM Reply #423 »
I heard the Golden series might be an option due to the money and prestige. There r no real races to tackle WFA over 1400m to 1600m after the Everest in both southern states as it is usually handicap miles and only the 2000m wfa races.

I stand to be corrected though.

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2019-Aug-15, 04:22 PM Reply #424 »
I could be wrong but I thought I heard Waller say so last week.


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