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Offline nemisis

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« 2022-May-02, 04:34 PM Reply #325 »
There is plenty of info re the Morphettville tracks for anyone it's important to.

The TAB site is becoming slacker and slacker.....esp with important track conditions......something has been outsourced, I'd say.
And Racenet?....well get used to that continuing on it's downhill run.

Anyway Warrnambool ......you've got to be quick.
Very keen to have a few bucks on Tolemac tomorrow.
Good jumper and a bit of a plan been laid I think.....held back last trial for sure.

The $20 just disappeared in the blink of an eye....now $12 on Sportsbet and $10 TAB.
Looked to have some timing about it.






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« 2022-May-03, 12:31 PM Reply #326 »
Re the Morphettville races last Saturday -

Mick Price, in his post-race interview after Illation's stunning win, said that he nominated the horse for this listed race thinking that it would be run on the main track. It was only later that he found out he had drawn the inside barrier on the tighter 'Parks' track. He considered scratching the horse with this knowledge, mentioning that he could have raced for higher stakes in Melbourne - in the end, he took the risk presented by the inside barrier to get the black type onto the horse's CV.

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« 2022-May-04, 04:12 PM Reply #327 »
Love the Wangoom but sometimes it's just not your day - I was on Innkeeper for $$$, Triple Missile for $$ & Showmanship for $  :dry:

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« 2022-May-04, 04:57 PM Reply #328 »
It has been great racing. Very competitive and lots of atmosphere. Those people love a good time, but mostly their racing. The roar of the crowd with 3 going to the line together in the Galleywood and when Hughie Bowman was taking Flash Flood to the lead was amazing.

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« 2022-May-04, 05:57 PM Reply #329 »
It is a good carnival but some of the hype is a bit over the top.

"Richo" can be hard to cop at times.
Yesterday he couldn't even tone down the cheesiness a bit  while Valac was still down.
I'd say more people want to know what was happening there  than hearing about the "winners"

Today when interviewing S Pateman, who couldn't possibly have hit Saunter Boy any harder, Richo pulls out the "crop" nonsense.
It's called whipping and trying to change the language around it is pathetic.....own it.

I was a bit of a skinner today.....good yesterday but not today.
Got goods odds early for some big shorteners.....but hard for back markers today.

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« 2022-May-04, 06:15 PM Reply #330 »
PATEMAN PAYS FOR WHIP ERROR

Pateman was understandably getting the plaudits for his ride on Saunter Boy to land the prize in the Galleywood Hurdle, but stewards took a dimmer view, ultimately fining him $2400 for whip-related offences.

He was fined $2000 for striking Saunter Boy 13 times before the 100 metres and $400 for consecutive strikes on the grey.

Fellow jockey Will Gordon again found himself in hot water over his whip use, with stewards fining him for the second-consecutive day.

On Tuesday, RV stewards fined Gordon $2000 for the 12 strikes on Brierly Steeplechase winner Vanguard prior to the 100 (seven more than permitted) and another $400 for consecutive strikes.

While his totality of strikes aboard Galleywood Hurdle runner-up St Arnicca were within permissible limits, he was handed a $600 fine for again producing consecutive strikes.

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« 2022-May-04, 06:20 PM Reply #331 »
Love the Wangoom but sometimes it's just not your day - I was on Innkeeper for $$$, Triple Missile for $$ & Showmanship for $  :dry:

Me too.😰

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« 2022-May-04, 07:56 PM Reply #332 »
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« 2022-May-04, 08:02 PM Reply #333 »
Sobig neither TAB or Racenet, from what I saw, told me what tracks Morphetville   raced on Saturday. The fact they raced on both made it even worse

Wrong thread,  I know but on this topic, none  of my betting agencies can tell me what tracks we are racing on in HK tonight?
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Inside, outside, parks, lakes, turf or all weather............anyone care to enlighten me or is my previous point valid🤔

Offline Gintara

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« 2022-May-04, 08:42 PM Reply #334 »
Wily, it's a major bug bear of mine.

Most if not all list track or distance starts but very few list jumps or distinguish between hurdles / steeples.

Racenet are only ok, Devonport Syn, Pinjarra Scrape are listed to give you a clue but you've still got to try and check.

Similar in HK, you literally have to click on the individual race via the HKJC website.



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« 2022-May-04, 09:11 PM Reply #335 »
What surprised me when I saw it was apparently there is 1 race on the turf as normally mid week Sha Tin are all on the all weather.

Looking at the HKJC website the turf race is race 4.

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« 2022-May-04, 11:31 PM Reply #336 »
It was an added race put on for the horses who had been stuck up at Conghua due to travel restrictions.

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« 2022-May-09, 03:37 PM Reply #337 »
Michael Poy just won race 7 like he was on Phar Lap easing down. Trouble was there was a lap to go  :dry:


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