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  1. scooby3051

    Congrats Michael and Savvy Coup

    Good luck this weekend to Michael and all the connections...hope you can make it there and your mare does you proud....
  2. scooby3051

    Congrats to one of RC's winning contributors

    Well done to Lee whoever he is... a winner is always a good thing....
  3. 1.RACE 7 -1 Good luck everyone...big week in front of us.
  4. ROUND 20 - Wednesday Oct 24 It is VERY important that you follow these rules: a) Only post your selections in the order I have listed. It would be smart (and helpful to me) to leave the comp race number (not the meeting race number at the beginning of each line. b) Post numbers. Names are optional but if you wish to post names then please post the numbers first and then the name. Race is: 1.RACE 7 Geelong -6.00pm ...... Betfair Geelong Cup 2400m $350,000 Hcp Group 3 (x2) Please post your entries on this thread before 5.59pm Wednesday. You may post scratching replacements up until this time. Please post as new post. Do not edit your original entry. Any questions please ask. Thanks to Maria for scoring. Good luck everyone ! For rules see initial entry thread.
  5. Thanks again for all the hard work over the long weekend ... much appreciated and thanks from everyone here...cheers. Roll on Geelong and the weekend....
  6. Death of Dato Tan Chin Nam Dato Tan Chin Nam with Bart Cummings Article Author Racenet 21 October 2018 0 Comments The death has been announced of four-time Melbourne Cup winning owner Dato Tan Chin Nam at the age of 93. The Malaysian businessman made his fortune in property and won Australia's greatest race with Think Big (twice) Saintly and Viewed, all trained by the late Bart Cummings, who also trained his dual Cox Plate winner So You Think. A lover of chess, Dato Tan also won the VRC Oaks with Faint Perfume and the 1998 Doncaster Handicap with Catalan Opening in his black and white check jacket with yellow sleeves. Condolences to all his Family and friends a great supporter of racing..May he RIP.
  7. Yes Crusty was not even going to enter that correct?????
  8. No rules are rules..Crusty got lucky as we all could on any given day, that's the beauty of it...having said that yes next time we do something like this boxing 4 is not a bad suggestion. Still got a few big races to go and a few where upsets and big divvy are very possible. So Crusty is still able to be beaten, its not over just yet....
  9. Racecafe has offered $1,000 for the share in the Social Racing Starting Gates competition and If we win it all proceeds from the horses winnings will also go to Maija.We are working on something else for Maija too.
  10. Support the Maija Vance appeal and get yourself a share in the Social Racing Starting Gates syndicate to race fillies from the Marsh Racing and Millar Racing stables. Register your donation amount in comments and the highest final bid will get a 12 month fully paid syndicate membership (value $500). Closes 8pm Thursday 25th October but may be extended at Admin discretion. Minimum final bid $300. Only the winner of the syndicate share is required to make payment into the gofundme account but underbidders are also encouraged to support this worthy cause./
  11. scooby3051

    Caulfield Cup

    Yes he did...hard to turn him around after a setback.
  12. I think so but need to check... relax we will look into it...cheers.
  13. scooby3051


    Yes you are 100% right... so if anything happens that they dont like then they only have themselves to blame...they seem to be following the Messara plan like he is the prophet or the messiah...i agree with Luke Radich why not take some time to look at ALL the options not just be like blind Freddy.
  14. scooby3051


    Queensland trainers seem to be able to do it, why could NZ trainers not get together and do the same...seems a simple but effective way to get those who need to take notice.