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Offline TH

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« 2011-Dec-22, 11:58 AM Reply #50 »
That is great news for connections.
Would have been a travesty.

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« 2011-Dec-22, 09:01 PM Reply #51 »
Surprised that the transfer could be effected so close to race day.

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« 2011-Dec-22, 09:17 PM Reply #52 »
Surprised that the transfer could be effected so close to race day.

The article in today's CM indicated the horse would be out.....someones' got it wrong.

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« 2011-Dec-22, 11:40 PM Reply #53 »
Just caught up on this thread.

I had a horse with him earlier in the year before I sold so I feel I know him quite well.

There was a reference to this being his 3rd and 4th incident? If that's the case... I know what the first two were. He was given two horses by an owner, and the previous trainer got the shits and gave them something so when they raced it was positive.

I know that story sounds like a load of BS in the current situation - but I'm aware of some very heated conversations between him and the previous trainer and believe it to be 100% true.

I don't know a whole lot about the racing industry, but if that was used in this decision it's pretty bad luck.

That being said - he broke the rules. My only issue is how many others do it and never get in trouble? My guess would be a lot.

Anyways, I think Darryl is a great guy regardless, and I hope he comes back strong and can recover from this massive PR hit.

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« 2011-Dec-23, 07:11 AM Reply #54 »
He was given two horses by an owner, and the previous trainer got the shits and gave them something so when they raced it was positive.

gee  :chin: that opens a can of worms. i wonder if the previous trainer was interviewed by the stewards  :what:

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« 2011-Dec-23, 01:08 PM Reply #55 »
The new trainer should wait a couple weeks before running them so any possible substances are out of the horses system.

For Hansen to administer anything to Essington is quite unbelievable.   :dry:
He's either done a very silly thing & deserved to be stung or simply done nothing & got stung. Could be either situation.
Whether someone else administered it without his knowledge, then it's could be a case of copping it sweet if that's the way the rules convict.
       

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« 2011-Dec-23, 02:35 PM Reply #56 »
El Zoro, Darryl and Troy are good mates.

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« 2011-Dec-23, 03:51 PM Reply #57 »
El Zoro, Darryl and Troy are good mates.

No worries, I was just saying in general, not this case.

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« 2011-Dec-23, 09:37 PM Reply #58 »
Yes champ,could of tipped this stable change weeks ago,not just these 2going to Troy hall,but most of them,Troy prob has to take darryls on course stable as well

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« 2011-Dec-24, 06:53 AM Reply #59 »
if you have solid owners you can still train them via a good foreman or stand in trainer. really only the name changes.

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« 2011-Dec-24, 11:37 AM Reply #60 »
Something seriously wrong going on on our provincial courses.
Have just heard there has been a fourth positive reading for Prednisone.
That's four readings from successful country trainers in 4 months.
Strong talk of a deliberate attack.
Impossible to prove but one would have to ask why trainers would use it when so easy to identify and so obviously on the radar.
Needs to be investigated now.

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« 2011-Dec-24, 11:49 AM Reply #61 »
Yes champ,could of tipped this stable change weeks ago,not just these 2going to Troy hall,but most of them,Troy prob has to take darryls on course stable as well

6 went to Troy Hall.

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« 2011-Dec-24, 09:46 PM Reply #63 »
Would anyone sit on their hands for 6 months?   :stop:

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« 2011-Dec-24, 10:22 PM Reply #64 »
My Son

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« 2012-Jan-05, 09:21 PM Reply #65 »
i cant remember where I read the report or story stating Mr Hansen had another drug positive and when second sample checked nothing .

Or they couldnt find it makes you wonder re others as he was pretty pissed off.

When does Blobs run end as the Big Kahuna, or does he have it for life.

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« 2012-Jan-06, 10:30 AM Reply #66 »
In this day & age, you wouldn't think any samples could go missing. Should be that well organised it should be virtually impossible. 

If anyone lost their job for 6 mths (in any industry) how would they keep paying the bills? Surely they would have to get another job unless they had income protection insurance or something similar. 

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« 2012-Jan-06, 11:49 AM Reply #67 »
Not sure how income protection policies would work in a case like this

May be a 'get out' clause with regard to what may be deemed 'self-inflicted' problems

Insurance companies are not generally noted for their benevolence

But, yes not too many industries where you face a penalty of 6 months loss of livelihood  :shutup:

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« 2012-Nov-24, 12:19 AM Reply #68 »
Seems like he's back in action - I'm not in the country anymore but it is good to see he is able to return.

I wish him the best of luck and hope he gets back on his feet.


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