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  1. Its okay RICHARD you can have as many goes at me as you like I have been the leading trainer for many years and my son Matthew and I continue to be, fact - not so called!! With close to 2000 winners out of our stable I am very proud of our achievements as a family based business, which includes our rock, my wife Diane. The $10,000 SI trainers bonus was announced many months ago, you may not have known that, I certainly did!! In fact I was told (even) well before it was announced. I did not throw any toys out of the cot I made a judgement call that it was not in our stables interest t
  2. I believe tracks need to be cited and sanded yearly In my youth I worked for one of the very best in turf care a Mr Bob Bradley at Russley Golf Club Yes I know some will say it’s hard to compare a race course with a golf cou
  3. Certainly well deserved after last years debacle. Well done Rick Donnelly on your first NZ Cup which was a fair start for all unlike last year
  4. An absolutely outstanding mare with a great pedigree, her half sister (Asathought) is one of the most promising up and comers in SI We had the privilege of running 2nd to Avantage three times, she was very well placed throughout her career I’d be quite keen to give the connections a service to SENSEI and go halves in the resulting foal!!!!!!
  5. Hi Most of those horses requiring a 2000m (or 1800m) maiden, there will not be many, are probably ex Northerners any way Unfortunately Gore has no starting point between 1335 and 1800m As this is the first race meeting in Southland since when ever the programme meeting group, which does have Southland representation, would have decided 1335m was far enough Gore 24th September has 8 races programmed, I don't think any club has restrictions to only run 7 races. Only lack of horses produces 7 race programmes in SI, if 7 races have been programmed can you advise where and when,
  6. Hang in there, he has taken a while to recover mentally from Reefton and went okay given how puggy and holding the track was on Wednesday
  7. WHO ARE YOU ? be honest tell us who you are and your achievements in racing. Ours are well documented I said we kept a couple of horses back for this carnival one was first day winner Carson River- you beauty!!!, but like most people didn't envisage bottomless 11 heavy track each day!!! We are not keen on winter race meetings, every one with any knowledge of racing knows that. The AWT, which is fantastic, may change that. Show me and others that you are not a total stirrer, why don't you post results of recent NZ Cup Week from our team, that's right Wayne Kerr or are you just st
  8. Ask me any question you like what do I have to answer to Not the bull shit and lies that tosser keeps saying on the other site All tracks all over the world are different but I would suggest with poly tracks there will be some consistency
  9. I hear the tosser on the other site is doing what he does bestLies and negativity The leading stable has NOT based itself at Rangiora for at least 3 years!! It gets the best barn and best facilities Riccarton can provide
  10. uneasy


    Close to 600m 14 horse fields
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    I know the tosser that has all the uninformed say on the other chat site reads this - he will prove it by his negative comments after reading this!! The laying of the polytrack began on Friday Reid Sanders and his Australian foreman Matt Chase flew in to Christchurch Thursday ( I had a meeting with them, Tim Mills and Rene Neilson Thursday arvo) and the track should be fully laid and in use before the end of August. I had a good look at it Saturday morning and it looks great. We will have one of the very best AWT due to shape, size and length of home straight I believe work begins o
  12. Laurie Laxon Not only was Laurie a great trainer, here, Aussie and Singapore he was also a great bloke. I first met Laurie when he trained Noble Heights to win the 1000 Guineas and I have often thought of the chat we had and the advice he gave me. To his family, our sincere condolences, racing has lost one of its most respected and greatest characters a real achiever who never overlooked any one
  13. can't you read or is it you can't comprehend? Ashburton fields are on both NZTR and TAB sites No cheap shot just facts, read it again jj I said it would be good for local rugby
  14. One racing club that is obviously thriving is the Southland Racing Club. They must be traveling extra good. I was advised this week they are sponsoring local rugby THE STAGS for thousands of dollars. This will be good for local rugby but I wonder how other race day sponsors will view this.
  15. When at Ascot I did a Sunday morning interview with Nick Luck, what a very nice knowledgable bloke he is. He had done plenty of research and even had video clips of us working Sensei at the beach which he showed on his ‘Luck on Sunday’ show Thats the type of programme we need here