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      Outage   04/11/2018

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  1. OP

    I have no sympathy. Bloody unprofessional and a poor look for the industry. Not to mention a real kick in the guts for those that took him in the jockeys challenge.
  2. Matamata Comp

    good effort that considering 7 pointer in the first.
  3. HQ Pick Four Comp this Saturday....Rules and Entries

    Single Gaze Kementari D'Argento Seabrook Thanks for the opp.
  4. Golden Slipper F4 Challenge

    Written By Ef Troop Seabrook Spin Thanks for comp
  5. Matamata Comp

    Neverstopdreaming Avecmoi Bluebreeze Ja Ja Binks Richie McHorse Coldplay Endean Express Thanks for the opportunity
  6. which one won?

    A huge call by George Simon who confidently went the inside horse didn't even say it was close. So unlike him as he is usually very ordinary these days in a tight finish.
  7. Lazarus

    In his two Nz Cup wins definitely but in his three starts before the cup last year he ran down Have Faith in Me at Addington Titan Banner in the Kaikoura Cup and Dream About Me in the Ashburton Flying Stakes. Your original comment is just wrong.
  8. Lazarus

    I can remember at least a dozen occasions and I'm sure there would be many others. The 2015 NRM Sires Stakes when he ran down Chase The Dream at Addington would be one of my favourites.
  9. Kaitlyn and Tabatha Fensom

    Her drive from 10th November. Read the date of the quote.
  10. Kaitlyn and Tabatha Fensom

    The Lowe drive was so so so much worse. Chalk and cheese different. In fact her drive was very similar to how one of the best of all time drove Lazarus in the Freemantle Cup. Not really defending her as she is pretty ordinary but A.Lowe is nek level ordinary.
  11. Kaitlyn and Tabatha Fensom

    The issue was the moron that was on the bell. They have confused half the drivers in the race. Sure the driver needs to be a bit more onto it but this one was not entirely her fault.
  12. Lazarus. Wow

    You're dreaming Jonesy. Elsu at his best wouldn't get within 5 lengths of Lazarus.
  13. Lazarus. Wow

    600 from home there is almost a lap out. I think CC would have had the gate speed and brilliance to sit parked at least in that field. Popular Alm very similar horse to CC. Not a huge staying type and Gammalite ground him into the dust more than once. A horse that did race 3 wide and win many races at G Park was the great WA horse Pure Steel. He would have been getting belted just to stay 3 wide on that pace. Lazarus did what no other horse I have ever seen could do on Friday night. It was beyond belief he could be in front two strides before the post with the run he got in a Group 1 on an 800M saucer.
  14. pizemoney

    I said firm tracks. Yes you are right he did win on good tracks in Australia. I should have said jarred up on firm tracks and that was certainly the case when Our Flight ran away from him in the Classic. From memory the only time he was ever beaten on a heavy track was by the great Strawberry Road.
  15. pizemoney

    This also highlights just how great a race the Levin Turf Classic as it was originally called used to be, held on a country track with a very good supporting card. I remember winning a competition on 2ZB back in 1981. The prize included a return train trip from Wellington to Levin, entry to a champagne brunch held on the course before the first race, lunch vouchers and a $25 betting voucher which was not to be sneezed at back then. A huge crowd and a great Classic with Our Flight beating the hot pot Red Tempo who couldn't go on firm tracks.