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  1. The Yanks do a bit of Dutch betting , two for the win in one race , a lot of merit in covering the bank via a saver or each way even at less than evens the place . BGP are a good twenty 20 batsman, they swung for boundary in last bet last week I see and put it out park , got out trouble , this week caught on ropes , that's their MO I suppose . Not for me , each to their own . Hopefully the people hooked in a good way moderate within means punting . I like they put a warning up , good on them . Losing it all a good thing for newbies , a healthy dose of reality early .
    4 points
  2. Nasty little piece of works aren't you Kloppite. You don't post here very often but about half of those posts is having a go at me. It hasn't go un-noticed by others either. How you can twist this is beyond belief. You must have been up all night trying to work an angle on this one to troll yet again. Scumbag! Rdytdy Posted 21 hours ago I wasn't involved with this punter's club as I do very little Australian form and as such would bring little to the table. However the boys that did created plenty of interest over two weeks of the Championships and
    4 points
  3. Firstly, I wasn't involved as one of the selectors as such seeing it was Australian racing. I still went into the syndicate. There is no NZ racing at present and with people in lockdown it was decided to give people an interest and some entertainment. It was also pointed out prior to joining to be prudent and only do so if one could afford to do so. Perhaps if you did a bit of research on BGP you will clearly see plenty of positivity emanating from the group in a number of ways.
    4 points
  4. Rusty

    Bye bye Radio Trackside

    The old boy, Owen was the best caller, from years ago. He was great. R.I.P Owen, ya legend.
    4 points
  5. If ever one single post epitomised what is wrong with NZ racing, this is it.
    3 points
  6. Jape

    Bye bye Radio Trackside

    The RITA statement quoted above suggests that for the first time in 42 years punters will not be able to follow the horses on their radios since Radio Pacific started broadcasting in 1978. So what was I listening to in the days of Brookby Song and Arabian Nights? Or when David Clarkson told us what the ladies were wearing at Addington before getting into his "neck-and-neck, stride-for-stride finishes"? My father-in-law and I would spend hours on a Saturday out in his garden shed tuning in to his oldish but powerful valve radio and geeing on our fancies as they turned for home. These
    3 points
  7. I wasn't involved with this punter's club as I do very little Australian form and as such would bring little to the table. However the boys that did created plenty of interest over two weeks of the Championships and I am sure that they will bounce back and would suggest plenty of people will be very keen to be involved in the next one. For one group of about four eight years ago to now have over 16,000 members today with a lot of overseas interest says they are doing plenty right. One of the very few positive things happening in racing in recent years. Go the lads.
    3 points
  8. Haven’t you recognised a common theme in all thomPsons “tips” red rum ? its not really about his world renowned stopping ability it’s his inability to understand punting, probability, stats AND most importantly, a concept he has no idea of .......VALUE. I wonder if he really thinks he can win long term backing the horses he “tips” at the odds they invariably are? Reality is he has a snowflakes chance in hell as does anyone employing a similar strategy. You would be better off starting a dedicated thread listing his “ tips” and progressive balance to illustrate this fact to
    3 points
  9. Yet you picked Nettoyer in the comp!? (before the race was run) You realise you're looking like a bigger benefit of hindsight genius than rdytdy, who I note was quick to disassociate himself from Saturday's BGP Punters Club performance - no "I" in team teddy!
    2 points
  10. Disclaimer: I am a member of BGP, got the polo shirt, wear the hat etc. So I could be bias. Note I was not in the punter's club however. The punter's club that ran over the last two weekends, was labelled "the spirit lifter" - in these times of bugger all on, it was an opportunity for those that wanted to, to throw some coin in, grab a share and have some entertainment. The first week returned a good result, $139-$140 per ($100) share. The vast majority of the punter's club, wanted to "go again", the following week. I think from memory only 7-8 people pulled out after week 1.
    2 points
  11. Fuck you must be smiling Dave 8 winners at Royal Randwick on a heavish track, well done
    2 points
  12. FFS.....you really are a waste of space !
    2 points
  13. Stawell Gold Cup R7- Skelm Been scratched twice recently from tougher races....$2 if you are lucky....
    2 points
  14. GRUFF, Mesoblast has a market cap of $1.34b and has hit the road running in the States with currently phase 3 completed with FDA application approval for a 240 patient radmomized multi centre trial in the USA, and the share price has responded accordingly by jumping 36% on fridays ASX market (10 April) their is an huge upside still to come to fridays closing price of $2.50. it will not open up on Tuesday at $2.50! Gruff i have be buying small parcels of MSB FOR THE LAST 6 MONTHS AVERAGING THE SHARE PRICE. expectations are that MSB will finish the year up at a round $A20 per share a
    2 points
  15. Ohokaman, stop responding to these nutters, cut off their oxygen and watch them die
    2 points
  16. Cranbourne trots today, race 5 number 3, "Focus Stride". Shooting for 7 straight, in the 5 horse field today he is currently $1.30 fixed. The more you put on, the more you get back. Fill ya boots.
    2 points
  17. Because it's a political decision not a rational one. Jacinda is like Ohokaman she would rather see NZers die than credit Trump for a cure She is a globalist on the side of a 7 trillion Bill Gates vaccine where they want to register you to make sure you have had your vaccines.. Total control ....right from the Agenda 21 Agenda 2030 playbook ... control the population through vaccines. Wakey wake
    2 points
  18. My original comments were on the mark with no thought for trainers /owners throughout nz. Only the easy decision not the correct one. . There is only one lLAST comment I will make . (and I don't accept hrnz poor excuse which was expected as the few movements of tab staff is given preference over dozens of trainers should they want to stay in busness) The risk to clubs and trainers means a difficult future for both. An old saying comes to mind That is "THE INMATES ARE RUNNING THE ASYLUM" +
    2 points
  19. Very sad to learn of his passing. RIP Might and Power. A Legend and a Champion.
    2 points
  20. CT"s

    Vale Might And Power.......

    Has there ever been a more appropriate name for a horse? Indeed. His QE2 win was a demolition job. I loved the renaissance of Jimmy Cassidy too who Nick Moraitis gave the opportunity. His celebration after he won the Caulfield Cup was equally as good as his dominant win. A fairy tale come back racing story for the ages.
    2 points
  21. napier

    Sydney Cup quinella

    Great result for Otago/ Southland The winner by Raise The Flag - Bred by White Robe Lodge (Otago) and the second placing to The Chosen One bred by the Dennis Bros (Southland) Well done to them all.
    2 points
  22. Swoopa

    Bryce Stanaway

    4 in today Red Rum! His High Chaparral in the first, a chance for a place 100/1 .Other 3 are in the 2400m
    1 point
  23. Blue

    Bye bye Radio Trackside

    Even way before 1968 Jape. Then at 6 oclock on ZB we got the whole racing roundup, every result and dividend from every race in the country along with all sports events, even club stuff plus English football results too. "Service" has gradually gone right out the window since then.
    1 point
  24. The leader of the RealNZ Party is David Moffett the former CEO of NZ Rugby Union. He is the only person/party in NZ that has any idea of what is coming. As the political indictments happen in US he is the party that will jump out of nowhere.while the 2 main NZ parties will get caught up in the scandal.
    1 point
  25. Looks like a little precipitation
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  26. Who’s gloating? I didn’t take the bet for myself you clown. Keep up your record - it’ll never be broken. Legend. Rubisaki was a certainty even you couldn’t Stop! Your reputation goes before you - keep it up, it’s fun.
    1 point
  27. I think what he includes in his research is reading the race results at the end of the day.
    1 point
  28. So losing $100,000 in one hit when unemployment figures going through the roof "great achievement" You seem the type of person that just can't accept criticism when confronted.
    1 point
  29. I'm sure those at the helm will appreciate it that you can see the problem OM.....and I see in an earlier post that your picks would have been far more successful etc etc Its kind of this attitude that motivates me and others to get involved with BGP who have brought a whole new dimension to racing and in particular enhanced the on-course experience. And why the movement is doing more to interest the lost generation of younger folk back into racing ,than anything else I have seen for a long while. Yesterday ,the kitty was lost , it was Day 2 , for $105 per share I thought it g
    1 point
  30. what are the chances of this phenomenon!! who'd have thought, we have become locked into a controlled narrative... being echoed to have the masses believe what they would have us believe!! im sure theres a logical reason to have the same narrative pushed in unison!! *winx
    1 point
  31. Cranbourne R5 FOCUS STRIDE $1.18 5 Horse field.
    1 point
  32. Who's feeding them the B/S
    1 point
  33. Have you seen the latest results from the 1061 people test in France by Raoult? Got a sneaking suspicion that you might not want to go further with your current hypothesis that HCQ may not be of assistance. Macron turned up on Raoult's doorstep as he was releasing data. 5 deaths from 1061, where 46 needed hospitalisation from day one. All 5 had major underlying health conditions. 94.5% weren't shedding the virus after 6 days. Also if you are a Lupus sufferer and have been treated for Lupus, you don't get the virus
    1 point
  34. You know CNN are on the deep state payroll you old fool
    1 point
  35. I tend to agree with your opinion on this Pogo. Even topline experienced punters only back on “Overs”, never “Unders”. Classic example was Danon Premium yesterday. My daughter asked me for my best bets yesterday (before I went to golf) and I advised her to take an all-up multi place bet on Toffee Tongue/Verry Elleegant/Bangkok. They were 15/5/23 on the win tote at the time and a place multi was approx $30/$1. That’s what I call smart betting - good in form horses at “Overs”. Backing faves can be dangerous unless they are “Overs”. Addybb was the best “overs” bet yesterday.
    1 point
  36. They had a crack Rusty and showed their cards PRIOR to the event. Full credit to them and I wish them all the success in the future. They’ve definitely created something special that’s for sure. Even the racing media over here are on board. It’s great to see.
    1 point
  37. OM, luckily for you, I have plenty of time on my hands at the mo. Give me a few minutes and I will see what I can do and might post their bets on here...
    1 point
  38. Good on "Boys Get Paid" for creating a fair bit of interest. 15 decent sized bets yesterday, including multiple, multi-bets, that formula alone, would be hard to return a profit for the day. They blew the lot. The day of punting resulted in $0. But just like Jesus, they too, shall rise again.
    1 point
  39. Good stuff Gruff the more samples to put in the little dish thing those labs have got the better . No one should label a Stanaway 100 start maiden because that will mess up the control samples.
    1 point
  40. To be fair to Jamie Richards he is very good at looking after a horse , TAS has been handled so well for a fragile horse , likewise Melody Belle to back up reasonably well into the Mackinnon in Spring and yesterday . I thought she went ok yesterday on backup from huge run last week. They have sweetened up a couple of ex Euros they got from OZ that looked past there use by date to win races here as well . Was a tough ask of Probabeel yesterday but the stable have the skills to rebuild her imho .
    1 point
  41. See the Boys had a healthy pool to play with yesterday over $110,000 and ended up with a zero balance . Love how they have engaged so many and yesterday probably gave a fair few young followers a taste of what us older punters have experienced one day the rooster the next the feather duster . I’m sure they will be back on mass though .
    1 point
  42. I think Kerry Packer had a million to win on him that day. Still hard to believe he held on. Greg Hall was convinced he’d nabbed him on the line on Doriemus. Very tough win to lead all the way over 2 miles.
    1 point
  43. Phillipe

    Boarder controls

    I am disappointed that you are all picking on Ms Ardern for what is simply errors made in hindsight. Since these errors have passed and some 50 Billion lost in direct and indirect losses, she has seen the need to step up her game and has sought the input of particularly intelligent people for the next big decision. The decision to exit lockdown will be made by none other than “Caucus”, which included such luminaries as David Clark, up to a week ago. He WAS a senior member and Rated higher than most others.. We are in such great hands, you can almost put the champagne in the frid
    1 point
  44. I hate seeing people losing jobs, horrible. So it extremely disappointing that the much needed and known (for years) restructure was not done in the last few years to give employees an opportunity in a good job market. More is lost in hesitation than decision.
    1 point
  45. Ponderosa and Scooby, thank you so much for organising, sponsoring and scoring another great Race Cafe completion. For the record this was my wife Joan’s entry, not mine. Congratulations Beecee, well done. Darryl
    1 point
  46. I don't assume anything with hrnz and co. .it may be a short term fix so small clubs suffer just for a while.(and trainers and owners) BUT...… I HAVE LIVED LONG ENOUGH TO NOT TRUST decisions made in difficult times that are unrelated to the matter in hand . lets face it the rationalisation of tracks is still a policy in the background. Thank heavens there is a race café .to expose them.
    1 point
  47. The advantage of radio is that one can do other stuff while listening, rather than being obliged to sit at a screen. Without Sky/Spark tv, or Radio Sport, might have to buy a newspaper to find the cricket scores.
    1 point