Thejanitor

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  1. The ex-policeman that needs to go is P. Lamb.
  2. Disgraceful performance from the driver W. D. O'Connell. When you see a horse being punished like that for no reason it is shocking. Perhaps it is time to ban whips. This clown should be ashamed of himself.
  3. Not always if they go hard. Invaluable came from the back over 1980m last night and won. Great drive by Sarah O'Reilly.
  4. What a shocking incident for the young woman. Anderson should be ashamed, assaulting a female is never OK. I hope this nasty bloke gets a long prison sentence. It is unlikely he will be welcome back in the harness industry again. Good riddance. Headlines like this are not what harness racing needs. The industry is struggling to survive and stories like this are another nail in the coffin for harness racing.
  5. Thanks Greg. It's a great bred, Adore Me carrying on the line. I didn't see the race as had neighbour function to attend. Did any of the other runners impress you?
  6. Darling Me has the breeding and been going well at trials. Major Moose also well bred and been going well at trials. Trevor Casey owns the latter so that could be the omen as his horses are winning at the moment. Darling Me has the better draw though. I think these two will fight out the finish. I slightly favour Darling Me if that is any help.
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    Riley Butt

    I think he is the son of Timothy Butt?
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    NZ Cup

    Good move. He is a useful horse but not top drawer and will struggle in Cup class here. He should suit WA racing.
  9. Following is the field in post-position order for the $1 million Yonkers International Trot. PP-Horse-Driver-Trainer-Morning Line 1-Slide So Easy-Ake Svanstedt-Flemming Jensen-10-1 2-Bahia Quesnot-Junior Guelpa-Junior Guelpa-5-1 3-Atlanta-Yannick Gingras-Ron Burke-3 4 - U z a J o s s e l y n - E r i k A d i e l s s o n - R e n e A e b i s c h e r - 5 - 1 5-Zacon Gio-Roberto Vecchione-Holger Ehlert-8-1 6-Marion Marauder-Scott Zeron-Paula Wellwood-6-1 7 - C r u z a d o D e l a N o c h e - B r i a n S e a r s - M a r c u s M e l a n d e r - 8 - 1 8-Lionel-Goran Antonsen-Goran Antonsen-8-1 9-Guardian Angel AS-Tim Tetrick-Anette Lorentzon-4-1 10-Norton Commander-Conni Lugauer-Conni Lugauer-15-1
  10. Colin de Filippi drove Tisdall's horse
  11. Yes, Enterprise was a good Lordship stallion (another stud failure) who raced against the likes of harness legends Roydon Glen and Hands Down. I think Williamson drove him a couple of times early in the horses career but his regular driver when the horse was trained by Doug Heffernan was Peter Shand.
  12. The first four home in Race Three wore them.
  13. Barry's stable is not the All Stars. Mr Jack Sprat made the call about All Stars stallion failures but as yet he has not named any All Stars trained entires that have gone on to be unsuccessful at stud. So far we have three confirmed stallions - Highview Tommy and Auckland Reactor. Both have left winners the latter the better of the two so far. Il Vicollo was a while ago so I am not sure bout his siring record but fair to say he left nothing as good as himself.
  14. How many former All Stars trained stallions have stood at stud? Can you name them for us please? I'll start the ball rolling for you... Highview Tommy. What others are there?