What help to punters are these replays 4 or 5 days later when a lot of the dogs have had another start since then
I can’t understand how I can watch a Horse race on trackside, and then view the trackside replay an hour later on NZracing. Why can’t we get this with dogs also?
Murray has always been conservative when discussing his horses. Has always been so and will continue to be so.
You just had to factor in the class of this mare as evidenced by her impressive four prior wins, her trackwork reports during the week which was available both on the net and in print. Another pointer was that the big race of the day was the sponsored Windsor Park Stud Japan NZ International and what better way than to have a very good horse win in your colours on the day. $2.50FF was overs I thought and she proved in no uncertain manner that she was one of the bets of the day.
Andrew Forsman had advised: Which was on the NZTR website similar concerns about missing that trial which is fair enough, giving punters that information and it can't have put many off as she came into $2.10FF from $2.50FF and paid the same on the tote so she was never a drifter.
Time forces hand with quality mare
22 March 2017, 1:37 p.m.
Let Me Roar will have to overcome a minor set-back in her lead-up preparation if she is to successfully defend her unbeaten record this weekend.
“She went to the trials at Rotorua, but a horse went off in the barrier next to her and hit her in the eye,” said Andrew Forsman, who prepares the well-related mare with Murray Baker.
Let Me Roar Photo: Race Images Palmerston North
“Not having a trial after a long break isn’t ideal, but we need to get her rolling.”
The exciting Cambridge mare will be ridden by Jason Waddell when she steps out at Tauranga on Saturday in the in the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race.
A half-sister by Rip Van Winkle to the ill-fated dual Group One winner Lion Tamer, Let Me Roar hasn’t raced since she was successful at Te Rapa last May.
She had previously won on debut at Rotorua and subsequently posted consecutive victories at Pukekohe Park.
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