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Offline Jeunes

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« 2019-Aug-15, 05:40 PM Reply #425 »
According to the preview, Arcadia Queen will goto the Eagle while Enticing may go to Melbourne.

Arcadia is the favourite for the Eagle with the Tab so if she is out, others are value. I also doubt if Mystic Journey and Verry Elegant will head here if they do well in Melbourne or run in the Cox plate.

Also no mention of Ringerdingding too in his preview so I wonder if he is with another stable or injured.

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« 2019-Aug-15, 06:37 PM Reply #426 »
 Ringerdingding with Anthony Freedman

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« 2019-Aug-15, 07:54 PM Reply #427 »
Ringerdingding with Anthony Freedman

Thanks. He was quite good last spring. Wonder how he will go with Anthony.

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« 2019-Aug-16, 06:56 AM Reply #428 »
I wonder why the change

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« 2019-Aug-18, 11:19 AM Reply #429 »
Once again the Waller camp were easily able to rip off punters yesterday.

Firstly it is no big surprise that Girl Tuesday was able to win nor was it a big surprise that a son of Ocean Park in Seaway didn't win on very firm ground.

It was the performances relative to the betting that would surely have anyone with a piece of brain asking themselves why you put your hard earned on any Waller runner in the early markets?

Seaway eventually eased from around $3.00 to $7.00 and plenty of people seemed to know something.....looked like he was there to create a market.

Not only is Chris Waller not challenged by the stewards but the after race chat with Greg Radley was far too cosy and considering Seaway looked to be in some distress after the race surely he deserved at least a mention.

Still I suppose that Waller was able to get one up at a price for 'Singo' is all good for their relationship but never mind his relationship with punters.

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« 2019-Aug-18, 11:38 AM Reply #430 »
He's a Kiwi.

Nothing should surprise.    :biggrin:   :biggrin:  

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« 2019-Aug-18, 01:11 PM Reply #431 »
That was not the biggest turnaround by a Waller runner in the past few weeks. Hogmanay and Torajoy over the last two weeks standout.

I donít think anyone has issues with form reversals if riding patterns were the same and Torajoy when winning in Sydney led throughout. His losses including yesterday were racing off the pace.

I am a Waller fan but I hate backing him when he has multiple runners as too many choices and the wrong choice burns you.

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« 2019-Aug-18, 07:07 PM Reply #432 »
Hogmanay backed up the form today at Taree  :icecream:

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« 2019-Aug-18, 08:57 PM Reply #433 »
Hogmanay backed up the form today at Taree  :icecream:

So did I as he only had one runner.


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