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Offline PoisonPen7

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O.P. « 2016-Mar-26, 12:47 PM »
A thread to track which stables the ex Moody horses go to - and how they perform.

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« 2016-Mar-26, 12:49 PM Reply #1 »
Pasadena Girl - now Hayes & Dabernig

Goes around in the Emancipation Stakes today against the mares.

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« 2016-Mar-26, 01:03 PM Reply #2 »
When Ivory's Irish was transfered from his original trainer to Bart Cummings there was a dispute as to whether his previous trainer was entitled to his cut of prizemoney from his Tulloch Stakes and AJC Derby wins.

I wonder how it works with the Moody trained horses ? How longs can he expect to get "royalties" ?


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« 2016-Mar-26, 04:46 PM Reply #3 »
When Ivory's Irish was transfered from his original trainer to Bart Cummings there was a dispute as to whether his previous trainer was entitled to his cut of prizemoney from his Tulloch Stakes and AJC Derby wins.

I wonder how it works with the Moody trained horses ? How longs can he expect to get "royalties" ?



Does this still work for suspended trainers? If so that is no deterrent.

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« 2016-Mar-26, 06:04 PM Reply #4 »
Change of stables = change of trainer ......benefits.......it's not like a song under copyright. :shrug:

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« 2016-Mar-27, 09:10 AM Reply #5 »
I will be steering clear of all these horses for a while. Changing surroundings, routines etc can't be a good thing for the majority.

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« 2016-Mar-27, 10:17 AM Reply #6 »
Cool Chap with the Freedmans for 3 days .....all we did was feed him and keep him happy handed over in top condition or words to that effect .


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« 2016-Mar-27, 01:12 PM Reply #7 »
Cool Chap with the Freedmans for 3 days .....all we did was feed him and keep him happy handed over in top condition or words to that effect .


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There were 3 other ex Moody horses in this race. None of which finished in the top 10.

The other 3 trainers( Price,Brideoake and Smerdon) must have forgotten to feed their horses.

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« 2016-Mar-27, 01:25 PM Reply #8 »
Not sure when Crime Fighter was transferred but he goes around first up in the Stawell Cup.


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« 2016-Mar-29, 09:08 AM Reply #9 »
Ciaron Maher inherits quite a number taking over one barn formerly held by Peter Moody...Henry Dwyer gets another but no mention if the Moody horses go with it and a third barn has been left unoccupied.

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« 2016-Mar-30, 07:20 PM Reply #10 »



Peter Moody watches as items are sold at his stable auction on Wednesday. Pictu Jake Nowakowski


THE ripple effect of Peter Moody’s six-month suspension for cobalt use is already sparking massive ramifications in the horse racing industry.


Albury trainer Brett Cavanough, who broke in champion mare Black Caviar, has been forced to retrench 12 of his staff and close a 30-horse barn which he leased to house horses he pre-trained for Moody.

Moody, who employed 55 stable staff, had 100 horses in work at his Caulfield stables and another 200 on his books.

He consistently had up to 100 horses in pre-training with Cavanough, David Brideoake at Mornington and Julien Welsh at Pakenham South.

The ramifications of the suspension are being felt by an assortment of industry suppliers and workers, including farriers, veterinarians and feed merchants, who were involved in the Caulfield trainer’s multimillion-dollar business.

Cavanough said Moody Racing was a $750,000 business to him each year, with about $500,000 ­absorbed in costs and wages.

 
“He has obviously been my core business — training horses has been a hobby for me and I’m lucky we have had plenty of success and a lot of owners in Albury,” he said.

Cavanough said Welsh and Brideoake would vouch that a monthly bill of $60,000 to $80,000 was paid immediately by Moody and gave them all AAA credit ratings.

He was emotional on Wednesday when he had to turn his workers away from his gate.

While Cavanough said many believe people who have lost their jobs from Moody’s suspension would find work, the industry could soak up the horses but not all the workers.

Brett Cavanough has had to retrench staff after losing Peter Moody’s business. Pictu Jenny Evans

“In Albury, no one has more than one staff (member) — I have a dozen going out the gate and they probably just can’t walk into a job,” he said. “It’s not going to kill me but I’ve got a pain in the guts, I can tell you, and it’s just getting your head around it.”


Welsh, one of the state’s leading breakers, said there would be an effect on his business after the breaking season.

He said efficient payment from Moody Racing, and other clients, allowed his business to run smoothly and efficiently.

Brideoake said there would be an adjustment to his business, but the recent success of his horses, including Group 1 winner Griante, had attracted more horses to his stables.
Everything from bridles to rugs were sold at Wednesday’s auction. Pictu Jake Nowakowski

“It is making a few of us ­readjust because he has had such a big impact on everyone,” he said.

Ciaron Maher will employ several of Moody’s staff, but Moody said the sad thing was his suspension not only affected his family and staff, but other people and their staff.

“Unfortunately, the downside of this is that it doesn’t ­affect Peter Moody, it probably affects 200 people,” he said.

daryl.timms@news.com.au

Originally published as Costs mount as Moody moves on


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« 2016-Apr-06, 10:36 AM Reply #11 »
Anyone know who ended up with Amelie's Star?

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« 2016-Apr-06, 10:19 PM Reply #12 »
not updated on racenet still shows p moody

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« 2016-Apr-06, 10:35 PM Reply #13 »



Peter Moody watches as items are sold at his stable auction on Wednesday. Pictu Jake Nowakowski


THE ripple effect of Peter Moody’s six-month suspension for cobalt use is already sparking massive ramifications in the horse racing industry.


Albury trainer Brett Cavanough, who broke in champion mare Black Caviar, has been forced to retrench 12 of his staff and close a 30-horse barn which he leased to house horses he pre-trained for Moody.

Moody, who employed 55 stable staff, had 100 horses in work at his Caulfield stables and another 200 on his books.

He consistently had up to 100 horses in pre-training with Cavanough, David Brideoake at Mornington and Julien Welsh at Pakenham South.

The ramifications of the suspension are being felt by an assortment of industry suppliers and workers, including farriers, veterinarians and feed merchants, who were involved in the Caulfield trainer’s multimillion-dollar business.

Cavanough said Moody Racing was a $750,000 business to him each year, with about $500,000 ­absorbed in costs and wages.

 
“He has obviously been my core business — training horses has been a hobby for me and I’m lucky we have had plenty of success and a lot of owners in Albury,” he said.

Cavanough said Welsh and Brideoake would vouch that a monthly bill of $60,000 to $80,000 was paid immediately by Moody and gave them all AAA credit ratings.

He was emotional on Wednesday when he had to turn his workers away from his gate.

While Cavanough said many believe people who have lost their jobs from Moody’s suspension would find work, the industry could soak up the horses but not all the workers.

Brett Cavanough has had to retrench staff after losing Peter Moody’s business. Pictu Jenny Evans

“In Albury, no one has more than one staff (member) — I have a dozen going out the gate and they probably just can’t walk into a job,” he said. “It’s not going to kill me but I’ve got a pain in the guts, I can tell you, and it’s just getting your head around it.”


Welsh, one of the state’s leading breakers, said there would be an effect on his business after the breaking season.

He said efficient payment from Moody Racing, and other clients, allowed his business to run smoothly and efficiently.

Brideoake said there would be an adjustment to his business, but the recent success of his horses, including Group 1 winner Griante, had attracted more horses to his stables.
Everything from bridles to rugs were sold at Wednesday’s auction. Pictu Jake Nowakowski

“It is making a few of us ­readjust because he has had such a big impact on everyone,” he said.

Ciaron Maher will employ several of Moody’s staff, but Moody said the sad thing was his suspension not only affected his family and staff, but other people and their staff.

“Unfortunately, the downside of this is that it doesn’t ­affect Peter Moody, it probably affects 200 people,” he said.

daryl.timms@news.com.au

Originally published as Costs mount as Moody moves on


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The story is written like these factors should have been been considered for the sentence  emthdown 

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« 2016-Apr-20, 07:43 AM Reply #14 »
There is one going around in the 6th race at Sandown called #7 Burton which is ex Moody.

At it's first start for David Brideoake it won a 3yo maiden by 11 lengths.

Drawn 16 today but might be one right out of the box. Race is fairly strong so will be no gimme.

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« 2016-Apr-25, 08:15 AM Reply #15 »
Wow Weinholt in Sha Tin blitzes them ...he was moderate in OZ  must have improved lengths overseas. :thumbsup:


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« 2016-Apr-25, 03:31 PM Reply #16 »
That is at least 2 winners at Flemington today

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« 2016-Apr-28, 04:13 PM Reply #17 »
There is one going around in the 6th race at Sandown called #7 Burton which is ex Moody.

At it's first start for David Brideoake it won a 3yo maiden by 11 lengths.

Drawn 16 today but might be one right out of the box. Race is fairly strong so will be no gimme.

I loved the stewards asking Brideoake why the horse had improved to win that maiden at his first start for the new stable from the previous run.  Brideoake basically said "How am I supposed to know ?  I didn't train him at his previous run." but in the nicest possible way of course ensuring the stewards sensibilities were not bruised.  Then he suggested maybe the addition of blinkers helped.

Any way he is an acceptor in the SA Chairman's Stakes on Saturday and opened at $11.00.  It is not a very strong race.

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« 2016-Apr-28, 04:40 PM Reply #18 »
Any way he is an acceptor in the SA Chairman's Stakes on Saturday and opened at $11.00.  It is not a very strong race.

Scratched already. Not running at Caulfield either.  :what:

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« 2016-Apr-28, 05:39 PM Reply #19 »
Cheers for that.  Now it really isn't a very strong race at all.

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« 2016-Apr-29, 09:07 PM Reply #20 »
I loved the stewards asking Brideoake why the horse had improved to win that maiden at his first start for the new stable from the previous run.  Brideoake basically said "How am I supposed to know ?  I didn't train him at his previous run." but in the nicest possible way of course ensuring the stewards sensibilities were not bruised.  Then he suggested maybe the addition of blinkers helped.

Any way he is an acceptor in the SA Chairman's Stakes on Saturday and opened at $11.00.  It is not a very strong race.

That says a lot about the stewards   :shy:

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« 2016-May-15, 08:26 AM Reply #21 »
   
Caught a very impressive from Basic Trilogy in the last race at Sha Tin last night.
Ran 1.46.6 for the 1800 metres, just outside the track record and won by a space.
Never heard of him I hear you say?  He was formerly known as Upham when trained by P. Moody and won The Grand Prix in Brisbane last year.


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