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  1. Like others I am not usually a greyhound follower but she is something special alright! Well done to the organizers, a great race and a great call.
  2. Agreed, doesn't dribble on like some of the others. Good to she her get the First Call gig
  3. On TAB website it says they are taking betting for it under todays racing, so it will be broadcast. Set to go at 2.05am
  4. Won her 17th consecutive race overnight, a modern day record. Exciting finish and the crowd went nuts!
  5. Rich wfa race in jeopardy Racenet Thursday, 10 June 2010 There is still no decision on the future stake of NZ
  6. Looks like it will be on Trackside at around 3am Sunday morning. Here's my throw of the dice: 1st Jan Vermeer 2nd Bullet Train 3rd At First Sight Last Ted Spread
  7. I have seen the ad's a couple of times on other channels, certainly makes sense. And on that note, the whole Harness Jewels innovation seems to have been a resounding success. I wonder if the thoroughbred code could do something similar, any ideas?
  8. Quote from his website: 'As well as authoring the best selling Make A Million Selling Real Estate, his purchase of the top-priced Zabeel colt for $2 million at the New Zealand Bloodstock Yearling Sales at Karaka in 2007, was the networking coup of the year! All the publicity generated into sales for Ray White Manukau, with the following month being their best ever. "It has been very good for business and a very successful way of networking for me," says Don.'
  9. He came out of nowhere, blowing away the big players with his $2 million bid for a prized thoroughbred yearling at Karaka, and within months won a Group One race at Trentham, sponsored the $200,000 City of Auckland Cup, and even bought up some rising harness stars. The once penniless Vietnamese refugee who started out hocking watercress for 99c a bunch, but made it on to the Rich List selling real estate, hogged the headlines everywhere with a seemingly endless frenzy of activity. But today Don Ha is nowhere to be seen. He doesn't go to the races any more. His disti
  10. When I saw the ad I thought it was going to be some anti-jumps thing, but it was good they emphasized the unusual nature of all the falls happening in one race, and they didn't even talk about the steeples which was a similar affair. All in all I don't think it did too much damage.
  11. Wealth Princess 2:40pm Spera (John Sargent's) 3:50pm Time Keeper/Sir Slick/Ekstreme 5:45pm
  12. Would agree with what he has said. I wonder how many forests they destroy each month with the thoroughbred calendar.
  13. Trainer Graeme Nicholson continues to be amazed with his star three-year-old Sir Time Keeper and hopes to confirm a Cox Plate mission in the spring if the colt wins the Group One Doomben Cup. However, three-year-olds have a poor record in the Doomben Cup with only Danewin in 1995 and Akhenaton in 2000 successful from 34 runners from their age group in the past 20 years. Nicholson revealed he recently knocked back a $2.5 million offer for the Stravinsky colt and has pencilled in the Doomben Cup (2020m) and next month's Group One Queensland Derby (2400m) at Eagle Farm as his main w
  14. Formguide Comment: Has handy course record but hard to see her troubling some in this. Course Record(35-0-1)