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  2. poundforpound

    Melody Belle / J. Richards

    Totally agree, a superb effort from all concerned
  3. Eeebee

    RACE A HOSE IN A SYNDICATE

    Thanks we were happy with her run as got checked twice and she still run on.
  4. Gruff

    Hannon Driver Tactics

    How about Italian Lads win, Rasmussen cool as a cucumber 2.24.4 2000m Non winners
  5. Today
  6. HarryHindsight

    Melody Belle / J. Richards

    Totally agree . An excellent effort and result for all involved . A good news story from NZ racing .
  7. Gruff

    Hannon Driver Tactics

    Ferguson robbed the race of a more exciting finish that’s for sure, should of stayed where he was,wouldn’t of changed his result
  8. tasman man 11

    Melody Belle / J. Richards

    Another superb performance by the outstanding mare, won with a lot in hand. 8 x group ones ,even in NZ is incredible really. Well ridden as one would expect from an ideal barrier. And she only cost $57,500. Quite the bargain. Her trainer J. Richards is certainly doing the job ,both North and South stables and just nutted in Group 2 in Sydney as well. Simply outstanding effort all round.
  9. JJ Flash

    Hannon Driver Tactics

    Well done to John Dunn for making a race of it for 800 metres. Gave his horse every chance as expected Wonder what RIU made of C Ferguson's departure from the fence as Chase Auckland was improving and subsequently broke. Greg
  10. ivanthegreat

    AUCKLAND UPDATE

    Managerial Incompetence Personified
  11. tim vince

    AUCKLAND UPDATE

    Nah beef a socialist
  12. Rusty

    Hannon Driver Tactics

    It should have been, but it wasn't. Bloody stone bruise.
  13. beef

    AUCKLAND UPDATE

    I can tell you one thing, you wouldn’t see any more cycle lanes!
  14. eljay

    AUCKLAND UPDATE

    Tim - reckon you should take over the ATC & beef win the Auckland mayoralty then all the problems in the north would magically disappear.
  15. tim vince

    AUCKLAND UPDATE

    Haha.
  16. rdytdy

    Jacinda Ardern

    By JC Morrison and Ardern – Chalk and Cheese The treatment Australian Prime Minister Scott Morison is receiving in America highlights the stark difference in the regard in which New Zealand and Australia are held by President Trump. It shows the contrast between being a trusted ally and just a friend. It also brings into focus the disparity of leadership abilities of the respective prime ministers. One has the ability to make the hard decisions based purely on the evidence in front of him and knowing what is the correct call to make. He is a leader who understands where the world is at the present time and the part Australia should rightfully play in it. The other defers to working groups and, as Suze has pointed out, most likely Helen Clark, who it seems is very much creating a cacophony in the background. What we all knew from the outset is now becoming more obvious by the day. Jacinda is not up to the task of being prime minister either at home or abroad. She is fast becoming an embarrassment to this country, and the likes of President Trump are giving her a few minutes of their valuable time out of pure courtesy. Compare this to Scott Morrison. On his state visit he will dine on a fillet of Dover sole under the stars in a Rose Garden arrayed in shades of green and gold in tribute to his nation’s national colours. His is Donald Trump’s first state dinner in over a year. Morrison is just the second world leader to be granted the high diplomatic honour of a state visit during the Trump administration. He was welcomed to the White House with a pomp filled military arrival ceremony on the South Lawn. Dinner centrepieces featured more than 2,500 roses in shades of yellow, and Australia’s national flower, the wattle. Morrison said “There are many larger, I suppose, more powerful friends that America has, but they do not have a more sure and steadfast friend than Australia”. Could Jacinda say that? In all honesty no, but with her track record of mendacity it’s not beyond the bounds of possibility. Not that it really matters as her chances of getting a state dinner are about as good as Labour winning Hunua. It is a sorry fact that Winston Peters decided to put personal grievances ahead of the good of the country and installed in office a person who doesn’t even know which country she’s landed in. Her grasp of world affairs goes no further than what’s written in the United Nations playbook of left wing doctrine which, if implemented, would spell disaster for the planet. She probably won’t get as many seconds with Trump as Morrison got roses at his opulent state dinner. If we are to be taken seriously on the world stage again this lady and her rag tag bunch of numskulls need to be dispatched at the earliest opportunity, i.e. next year, or before if the opportunity arises.
  17. Raging Whiskey became the first black-type winner for Bourbon Courage when he wired the field to win the Sept. 21 Capote Stakes at Los Alamitos Race Course. View the full article
  18. Michael Stinson's King Jack picked up his first graded stakes score in style Sept. 21, winning the $310,000 Gallant Bob Stakes (G2) at Parx Racing by 1 1/2 lengths. View the full article
  19. Meru followed up a dazzling debut on July 13 with another victory on Saturday at Monmouth Park, cruising to a 3 1/4-length victory in the $75,000 Smoke Glacken Stakes. View the full article
  20. JJ Flash

    Hannon Driver Tactics

    Anybody's guess how this race could pan out in terms of who leads and who hands up etc. Cant see May being involved till the last part which leaves it up to All Stars and Dunn to dictate the race providing Classic Brigade steps on terms. Ultimate Sniper the biggest shortner from 6's to 3.50 with the other two basically unchanged at tighter odds. Given it was safely held by Chase Auckland last start it would need to improve and thus im likely to see better value with CA especially the 1.50 F'O plc Anyone else paint a different picture for us to bet on given Spankem looks on paper a near certainty but too tight for mine. Should be a great spectacle just like the Hannons of old Greg
  21. Rallying from behind a furious pace, Street Band closed down the center of the track under Sophie Doyle to win the Cotillion Stakes (G1) at Parx Racing over favored Guarana. View the full article
  22. Harold Lerner, AWC Stables, and Nehoc Stables' Pat On the Back earned the first, hard-fought graded stakes win of his career Sept. 21, fending off a late challenge in deep stretch in the $300,000 Kelso Handicap (G2) at Belmont Park. View the full article
  23. Stephanie Seymour Brant's Significant Form racked up a fourth graded stakes win Sept. 21 in the $200,000 Noble Damsel (G3T) at Belmont Park under a perfectly timed ride by Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez. View the full article
  24. Avoiding stretch traffic that caused a couple of rivals to alter momentum, Killybegs Captain rallied inside rivals down the Laurel Park stretch to win the $250,000 Xpressbet Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash Stakes (G3) over Altissimo Sept. 21. View the full article
  25. Longines Test Stakes (G1) winner Covfefe easily dismissed five rivals Sept. 21 in the $125,000 Dogwood Stakes at Churchill Downs as the speedy 3-year-old filly rolled to an eight-length win over Bell's the One in a stakes record 1:20.51. View the full article
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  27. puha

    DEAN MCKENZIE RITA QUESTIONS

    Finding a Best Bets is similar to looking for a needle in a haystack. All TAB s BPs and paper plus should stock .
  28. BackPoonDrinkGoon

    TAB SITE

    They 1000% didn’t on the old website buddy.
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