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Offline Betfair Bookie

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-12, 03:09 PM »
Why do we have to have this Qld/NSW cast off in Vic. Gee, he's mocked the last 2 leaders at Ballarat. I love him, as had set Jeune He is over the gap. I was worried when it found a fairly easy lead as i did not have that in my speed maps and laid accordingly. But then Tezza helped me out when he proclaimed it would take stitching. Good onya mate, i owe you 1 hundred beers

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:10 PM Reply #1 »
I helped you out laying Falvette which looked goooooooooooooone  ;)

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:17 PM Reply #2 »
Bad luck Larsy. It did look goooone. Think Tezza helped it and you were quite unlucky there

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:33 PM Reply #3 »
He's only saying the leaders are going well because it's a leader biased track today. He really hasn't got a clue.

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:34 PM Reply #4 »
Larsy. You think he'll stick his neck out in Race 7? Might buy him a drink in the Melb CBD tonight if he helps me again

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:36 PM Reply #5 »
 terry bailey is one of the few genuine blokes in racing these days.
 and larsy.....the thing he called going to win, juene he is,
 shouldve done so.......good call.better than most.
 top bloke,.

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:37 PM Reply #6 »
I love him, best mock in the business

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:38 PM Reply #7 »
terry bailey is one of the few genuine blokes in racing these days.
 and larsy.....the thing he called going to win, juene he is,
 shouldve done so.......good call.better than most.
 top bloke,.


but rushy,betfair bookie has been winning for over 30 years,didn't you know that,HE KNOWS WHAT HES TALKING ABOUT,now apologise to him please

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:39 PM Reply #8 »
 hes  a mate of mine, get st222ffed,

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:41 PM Reply #9 »
Good man Tezza, great bloke. Anyway, I have to go, you'll find me at The Apartment in Lt Bourke St this evening, have to reward a leading jock mgr. Good luck boys.

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:42 PM Reply #10 »
 get lost imbo

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:42 PM Reply #11 »
terry bailey is one of the few genuine blokes in racing these days.
 and larsy.....the thing he called going to win, juene he is,
 shouldve done so.......good call.better than most.
 top bloke,.

Not it shouldn't have done so, had its chance and got rolled. Didn't run the trip.

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:44 PM Reply #12 »
tue, found one better

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« 2009-Feb-12, 03:45 PM Reply #13 »
true

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« 2009-Feb-12, 10:10 PM Reply #14 »
a wonderful eveing at The Apartment. All Up Bar20 for my main man xxxxx xxxxxx. He had a great time and deserved it. For those of you that enjoy a look, get down there.

Allhigh, you and i know each other. When are you coming to the races ol' chap?

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« 2009-Feb-13, 05:37 AM Reply #15 »
 ive become hawksey, i watch em from the couch. :)

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« 2009-Feb-13, 07:19 AM Reply #16 »
Good man Tezza, great bloke. Anyway, I have to go, you'll find me at The Apartment in Lt Bourke St this evening, have to reward a leading jock mgr. Good luck boys.

Hey BB,
            that sort of post could get you in strife, riders agents are licenced persons.

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« 2009-Feb-13, 07:58 AM Reply #17 »
Sorry mate, i should have added the reward was for setting me up with a lovely young gal. Gee, she's a goer. What were you thinking?

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« 2009-Feb-13, 09:26 AM Reply #18 »
A betfair layer having to reward a leading jockey manager ? Whoever would have thought it ! What did I say the other day about betfair being a free look at what's not fancied ? The  $64 question of course, is whether the jocks make sure the unfancied status is confirmed by the result.

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« 2009-Feb-13, 10:00 AM Reply #19 »
i was thinking you like blowing your own trumpet.   :lol:

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« 2009-Feb-13, 10:40 AM Reply #20 »
Betfair Bookie seems to casting some light upon a dark place .   ;)  Amazing what people will blurt out at times.

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« 2009-Feb-13, 11:40 AM Reply #21 »
Betfair Bookie seems to casting some light upon a dark place .   ;)  Amazing what people will blurt out at times.


pretenders blurt all sorts of fantasies out max

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« 2009-Feb-13, 12:08 PM Reply #22 »
He's not the Real Deal, Judge ?    :wacko:

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« 2009-Feb-16, 03:34 PM Reply #23 »
He's not the Real Deal, Judge ?    :wacko:


not even in his own mind max

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« 2009-Feb-19, 04:52 PM Reply #24 »
Someone should pull Terry Bailey's coat and tell the winner ( Crevasse ) of the last at Ballarat today in pronounced as 'kriv-as' not  'crev-asy'. It is an English word that means crack or split. Just because it looks as if it is a French word TB need not go over the top and pronounce as if it's a French word.


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