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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2020-Feb-01, 10:15 PM Reply #1600 »
It is not so much the race names than the track.

Have they done it in any other states?

They raced at racing.com park the other day. I have NFI where that is - without looking it up I'm guessing Pakenham or Cranbourne. Sponsorship just gone a little bit over the "line in the sand" IMO.

For some reason I like the Le Pines Funerals handicaps - have backed some good priced winners so when I think my time cometh I might contact Mr Le Pine   :biggrin:

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« 2020-Feb-06, 10:36 PM Reply #1601 »
Race 8 - 4:50PM Neds C.F. Orr Stakes (1400 METRES)

Of $500,000.1st $300,000, 2nd $90,000, 3rd $45,000, 4th $22,500, 5th $12,500, 6th $10,000, 7th $10,000, 8th $10,000
Prize money contribution totalling 3% will be directed to jockey and equine welfare prior to distribution GROUP 1
Standard Weight for Age, Three-Years-Old and Upwards, Maidens at time of entry are ineligible, Apprentices cannot claim.

Track Name: Main Track Type: Turf Track Condition: Good 4


No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Hcp Rating
1 511x42147x AVILIUS (GB) James Cummings Damian Lane 3 59kg 116
2 1x7x58x312 HEY DOC Tony & Calvin McEvoy Luke Currie 5 59kg 113
3 x53x1215x1 SCALES OF JUSTICE Lindsey Smith Dean Yendall 7 59kg 114
4 x6720x211x FIERCE IMPACT (JPN) Matthew Smith Craig Williams 8 59kg 112
5 36Px58166x KINGS WILL DREAM (IRE) Chris Waller Mark Zahra 2 59kg 110
6 0x6768256x FIFTY STARS (IRE) David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Jye McNeil 4 59kg 107
7 50x125040x SO SI BON David & B Hayes & T Dabernig Luke Nolen 12 59kg 104
8 0x1322x30x MIRAGE DANCER (GB) Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Ben Melham 9 59kg 110
9 000x59260x NIGHT’S WATCH (NZ) Chris Waller Damien Oliver 11 59kg 105
10 1111x161x7 BEGOOD TOYA MOTHER Daniel Bowman Declan Bates 6 59kg 107
11 047100x6x4 RINGERDINGDING Anthony Freedman John Allen 1 59kg 98
12 1x2517x1 ALABAMA EXPRESS Michael Moroney Michael Dee 10 55.5kg 81

Interesting race.

First thought is that Avilius will get too far back and will run on into 2nd/3rd/4th

Hey Doc drawn to get a nice run but his Caulfield record is atrocious - 5 starts for 2 3rds for a horse who has a PSR of over 50%.

Hard to go past Memsie winner Scales Of Justice but no value there in the early markets.

Fierce Impact was a close 2nd to Epsom-Golden Eagle winner Kolding first up in the Winx Stakes last time in and that form might hold up here.

Begood Toya Mother always thereabouts and might have copped a bit of a check in the tragedy at the Valley involving Manuel.

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« 2020-Feb-07, 09:05 AM Reply #1602 »
If it stays dry, you may be right PP

I like both Scales of Justice & Fierce Impact

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« 2020-Feb-09, 01:15 PM Reply #1603 »

Hey Doc drawn to get a nice run but his Caulfield record is atrocious - 5 starts for 2 3rds for a horse who has a PSR of over 50%.


Hey Doc now 6 starts at Caulfield for 2 3rds.

Funny "concept" that about the Caulfield 1400m. You need to be drawn well and have performed well at the course.

Winner is now 2/2 at the track and distance. Fierce Impact looked as though he was not going to place then got a second wind. Turnbull Stks winner Kings Will Dream looks capable of winning another Group 1 this autumn.

And yet another 3YO wins a major - Yes, Yes, Yes won the Everest. Maybe we have a good crop of 3YO's. Derby winner Warning looks a very good horse to me.

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« 2020-Feb-09, 02:07 PM Reply #1604 »
Hey Doc now 6 starts at Caulfield for 2 3rds.

Funny "concept" that about the Caulfield 1400m. You need to be drawn well and have performed well at the course.

Winner is now 2/2 at the track and distance. Fierce Impact looked as though he was not going to place then got a second wind. Turnbull Stks winner Kings Will Dream looks capable of winning another Group 1 this autumn.

And yet another 3YO wins a major - Yes, Yes, Yes won the Everest. Maybe we have a good crop of 3YO's. Derby winner Warning looks a very good horse to me.
I would be completely forgiving of  Hey Doc yesterday.......that was pretty firm ground.

He had a year off after pulling up badly on the piece of concrete RVL called a good track at Flemington in the spring of 2018.

He follows a bit of a pattern like many of Victorian's older gallopers who are jarred up.......just seen too many tracks like these.

Steward's vision not up but the big boy looked a bit erratic in the straight and didn't look that comfortable.



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« 2020-Feb-10, 08:28 AM Reply #1605 »
More damage out of The Orr

Begood Toya Mother has jarred up badly .......out of the All Star and trainer is hoping to bring the horse to the Sydney Autumn carnival ........looking for much softer ground.

Scales Of Justice has filling in both front fetlocks and his immediate racing future in some doubt.

I certainly hope they don't serve up a track like this for Catalyst.


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