JOJAN

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  1. What was the trial number , 19, with more to come, you would be gasping as well you two wankers, hop down and have a go .
  2. Slam Dunk you want to get your hand off that thing that hangs in front, that horse will be sold subject to the vet for a sizeable six figure sum if not seven, they breed and buy to sell,why would they keep the horse in nz,
  3. The old saying,"If the dog hadn't stopped for a piss he would have caught the rabbit", Tommy and Samantha away to Ireland next Sunday,, be nice in Ireland this time of year for a wedding.
  4. Put the list of expenses on this site so we can have a look.
  5. Got home tonight and her in doors had put the reachorses in the heifers paddock, horses had big dark sunglasses on, those heifers can go especially with their tails up, the latest in the deep south is beetroot juice and lavamisole,all the locals are guarding their vege patch's, what next, corn and anti-freeze.
  6. Price reduced to $4500, owner says SELL.
  7. TOBIQUE--------TARTAN BELLE, DAM WRIGHTSON FILLY OF THE YEAR, BROKEN IN, HAD A SMALL PREP DUE TO TRAINER HAVING A TERMINAL HEALTH PROBLEM, LOVELY TEMPERMENT, GOOD SIZE, VERY STRONG, MAKE A GOOD SPRINTER. PHONE 0272205394 $6000.
  8. Its called starting gate education, most trainers will spend time on the young ones, yes the odd one will slip threw, the stable in question had another one at the other meeting that had to be bulldozed in, I'm sure the horse trainer in that partnership will sort it out. I could see chevys knitting club telling these starter assistants to say please young horse could you pop in there while we keep knitting peggy squares for Biafra. .
  9. Please Chevy 86 tell all the gate staff in NZ what should have happened.
  10. Jefferson you are so right, most of the yearlings will be knocked down to the odd false bid by Joe Walls and Kneebone, the winker will be there with a flush on, trainers will be hiding down the alleys with their very large dark glasses on, studmasters sorting out a horse to be sold to a unsuspecting punter at a overrated price so the figures look good, but we go back every year looking for that horse that nobody else has seen to pinhook onto a large syndicate in a foreign country, then we get it home and after a month the horse looks like a drug addict that is coming off a good night, take the
  11. So true Chestnut, horse not good enough, rider had the chance to go forward like the winner, best run was the horse from the south, Hayley Maree, well done Kelvin and the team,funny old game this racing.
  12. We own, train our team and are in it because we treat it as a sport and when we get a win or two and we do, we don.t go to the presidents room, we get the horses home then have a beer with our track rider and her family. If you win a $30000 race in rating 75 your horse has won either 2 wins or 3, J have arranged syndicates over the years and the people involved have treated this game as a social thing and if they won a race it was a big night, the people who wanted to make a profit out of racing were not invited into the syndicates because they could not workout if they put in money each
  13. Chelseacol, R 75 $18500 has $11,560 to the winner, R 75 $30,000 has a winning stake of $18,750, surely the entry fees you paid in comparison to winning stake is not bad, I'm not condoning the entry fees, we would all like to race for no entry fees , just to let anybody else that is interested could you publish the list of costs for the two races, and stakes the horse won.
  14. Chelseacol, What rating is this horse and what was the overall stake the horse was racing for.