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Online wily ole dog

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« 2018-Oct-17, 05:39 PM Reply #1550 »
Keep tipping mate.
The comp shows i have plenty of losers as well

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« 2018-Oct-17, 05:41 PM Reply #1551 »
I had 20% of the Melbourne quaddie - wonder how I'll spend my $20 plus change  :chin:

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« 2018-Oct-17, 09:13 PM Reply #1552 »
While there is no such thing as a sure thing in racing but is it fairly safe to say Oregon's Day is a good thing in R 6 at Caulfield today?

Well I had Fifty Stars marked as the good thing of the day (like many others) I know Rawiller tends to cuddle them but he needed to get moving earlier  :rant:

As for Oregon's, she's one of those horses who's promised a lot, yet always seems to give the 'get on next time' run  :shutup:

The winner's a beauty, think that's about 10 wins from 25 or so starts   emthup
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« 2018-Oct-18, 07:40 AM Reply #1553 »
Oregonís is desperate for a barrier so she can possy up in the run

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« 2018-Oct-18, 08:00 AM Reply #1554 »
Gintara, I regretted posting that after watching the first race.

I have Oregon's Day in the do not back on a good 3 category....I remember her mum.
With all the rain around on Tuesday in Vic I thought we would be on a softer surface.......they posted the good 3 rating just before her race :embarrassed.
Been a while since I've seen a horse cross the field from the 1600 m start at Caulfield as easily as I am a Star did all the same.....has to be said she was the best horse.

Funny how the punt goes though.
I was quite happy just to watch the Fifty Stars race......I did wonder about him on a firm surface as well.
My eyes kept being drawn to the very fit looking horse in the lime green, Manuel.
He seemed  to be saying 'back me' .....so I did.

My tip would be don't take the punt too seriously. :beer:
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« 2018-Oct-18, 11:16 AM Reply #1555 »
Interesting runner Happy Moment in Moe Cup.  Kheir must have cash to burn as this horse up to last year was a G1 runner albeit G3 horse at best and at 9 is running around in Oz with lead up races in Japan showing he was done.

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« 2018-Oct-18, 11:18 AM Reply #1556 »
I checked the sectionals last night Nemisis, makes it worse for Rawiller  :sick:

Fifty Stars easily the fastest last 600 in the race, 3rd fastest last 400 for the meeting & 2nd fastest last 200 for the meeting.

Seems the bird had flow while Rawiller slept  :dry:

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« 2018-Oct-18, 11:39 AM Reply #1557 »
I checked the sectionals last night Nemisis, makes it worse for Rawiller  :sick:

Fifty Stars easily the fastest last 600 in the race, 3rd fastest last 400 for the meeting & 2nd fastest last 200 for the meeting.

Seems the bird had flow while Rawiller slept  :dry:

Exactly why I shudder every time I have to back one of his

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« 2018-Oct-18, 12:22 PM Reply #1558 »
Interesting runner Happy Moment in Moe Cup.  Kheir must have cash to burn as this horse up to last year was a G1 runner albeit G3 horse at best and at 9 is running around in Oz with lead up races in Japan showing he was done.
Does seem strange for this 9 yr old stallion.

The Tab sheet is showing no wet form but Racing.com have the old boy at 2 from 2 on soft ground......quite a few moons ago.


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« 2018-Oct-30, 06:50 AM Reply #1559 »
Humidor a lay

.........first, thanks for the Deano link.

There was a reason for Humidor to be prepared to win first up over an unsuitable distance -- that may well have been its run for the season,  unlikely to be repeated.

Well, Pete, you got that wrong as well.   :lol:


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