mmmyb

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    mmmyb reacted to Yankiwi in Surely our codes will follow!!!!   
    Well said Lowdown & I agree.
     
    However, I would have phrased it this way ~
     
    ...a large % of positives in this country were explained as a mistake & the explanation was believed by the JCA as accidents....
     
    Almost every judicial hearing of any sort with a negative finding is titled "not guilty". In a lot of those cases the accused could very well have been guilty, but those who laid the charge lacked enough evidence to prove it. It's not often you hear a finding "innocent".
     
    I have no evidence nor am I implying that any past finding by the JCA fits in to this category. I'm merely bringing it up as a possibility.
      If I were a morphine addict personally & got put in front of a judge because of it, poppy seed bread would be the first words out of my mouth.
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    mmmyb got a reaction from jasonmccook1 in Above All   
    Well done team. Thoroughly deserved.
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    mmmyb reacted to Robin Wales in Dogzone   
    DOGZONE
     
    Once again we have idiots within that know it all.
     
    "On the Bunny" was canned. 
     
    Other two codes would like this canned too, but they don't have to do anything as our own people
     
    will end up getting this show canned.
     
    If you don't like "DOGZONE"  don't look at it.
     
    Regards
    Robin
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    mmmyb reacted to alltheway!!! in Dream collector   
    What a waste of a comment to make, when you have done half of what fahey has done, then come on here and criticise him.

    I can understand why he took the dog there, It was the perfect opportunity to give him a look at the track as there is a 40k race there in 2 weeks
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    mmmyb got a reaction from alltheway!!! in Stand-Downs   
    Maybe they are saying exactly what happened and that's the truth. No blame at all.

    Mrs Patton administered the gel. Admitted.
    Mr Patton took complete responsibility being the trainer.


    For goodness sake johnnyboy. Get a hold of yourself. Not blaming people . Just saying who gave the banned substance.
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    mmmyb got a reaction from alltheway!!! in Stand-Downs   
    Maybe they are saying exactly what happened and that's the truth. No blame at all.

    Mrs Patton administered the gel. Admitted.
    Mr Patton took complete responsibility being the trainer.


    For goodness sake johnnyboy. Get a hold of yourself. Not blaming people . Just saying who gave the banned substance.
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    mmmyb got a reaction from Ashoka in New Zealand Cup Heats   
    Royal runner. Nz oaks winner
    Blitzing mayhem. Multiple group 1 winner.
    Fast archer. Has run almost as quick as dream collector and will take some stopping get if he gets clear down the back.
    Opawa Tom. Agree young dog.
    Dream collector. Enough said.
    Murtagh. Has been running brilliantly in the series so far. And freeman did say in an interview that he has been trying to get this dog for a long time. So must be of high quality.
    Kilchurn. Is the next big thing and ran the fastest semi. Can't count out his chances.
    Jinjarango career best form and with Dave and Jean Fahey the mentors, he will be ready for the big one.

    Can't say it's the weakest field at all. In fact I can only count out one. And that would be opawa Tom.
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    mmmyb got a reaction from Ashoka in New Zealand Cup Heats   
    Royal runner. Nz oaks winner
    Blitzing mayhem. Multiple group 1 winner.
    Fast archer. Has run almost as quick as dream collector and will take some stopping get if he gets clear down the back.
    Opawa Tom. Agree young dog.
    Dream collector. Enough said.
    Murtagh. Has been running brilliantly in the series so far. And freeman did say in an interview that he has been trying to get this dog for a long time. So must be of high quality.
    Kilchurn. Is the next big thing and ran the fastest semi. Can't count out his chances.
    Jinjarango career best form and with Dave and Jean Fahey the mentors, he will be ready for the big one.

    Can't say it's the weakest field at all. In fact I can only count out one. And that would be opawa Tom.
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    mmmyb got a reaction from rollyb in Interesting rumour   
    Get of your high horse yankiwi.
    Id like to see you have something positive to say for once.
    Youve taken a topic thread and turned into you having a bitch about something... AGAIN!!!

    You want office staff to work on a saturday for your high needs for punting.

    Maybe record your races? Or find a mate to recordfor you and watch them today.

    Another intellectual post from the man himself yankiwi
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    mmmyb got a reaction from dustydreamnz in Trackside!!!   
    What about the lead in for most of the races.
     
    One of the races, they were behind the boxes and loading up before the 'whale' stopped talking about the races for FRIDAY night.
     
    The industry has carried the harness through their tough times, and this is how we are treated.
    Getting ridiculous that trackside on a Thursday and Friday night are sop harness orientated that the dogs are forever being shafted to the side.
     
     
    Also, the delay in start times waiting for the horses to get off the track at Cambridge.
    If they don't think they have enough time, schedule them 5 minutes later, yes it is no good for the dogs the bigger gaps, causing longer nights and wait time, but at least it will be better than standing outside in the cold waiting for their dinner to get off the track!
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from Slim Shady in Frozen semen shipment, import frozen.   
    Probably cheaper than importing your own fs from US, after all the complications with quarantine laws etc.
     
    But yes, a costly exercise
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    mmmyb got a reaction from jasonmccook1 in Snicko Straw - $400   
    Snicko Straw
     
    $400. Straw located in Matamata. Purchaser to pay for change of Ownership and Shipment if required.
     
    Was brought for a bitch, that is no longer going to be a breeding prospect.
     
     
     
    Contact James or Alysha for details.
     
    Alysha - 027-572-7737
    James - 027-910-4886
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from dustydreamnz in Pics & Stats needed   
    Winsome Ashley
    Dangle the carat
    Sergio
    Know peace
    Cecilia Lloyd
    Misty Anna
    Tivoli tom
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    mmmyb got a reaction from dustydreamnz in Pics & Stats needed   
    Catch me soon win nz cup and a big staying race
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    mmmyb got a reaction from pilli in Waterloo Cup   
    Liz Whelan did a fantastic job with coping in the heat of the moment for all concerned with LS.
    Bitter Sweet was correct.
    Very professional. Well Done Liz
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    mmmyb got a reaction from pilli in Waterloo Cup   
    Liz Whelan did a fantastic job with coping in the heat of the moment for all concerned with LS.
    Bitter Sweet was correct.
    Very professional. Well Done Liz
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.
     
     
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    mmmyb got a reaction from it's a ballroom in Swift Fantasy - Retired but still winning, in other ways   
    I received this story from Steve Clark.
    An email was sent to him by a young lad in Australia, who had been battling depression.
    Read on and see what wonders a dog can do for people on the international scale.
     PLEASE, no negative comments, as I just want to share this.
     
    His email:
     
    Hi Steve
    My name is Trevor. I come from Melbourne Australia and I want to share my story with you and your amazing little Swifty.
     
    A year ago I was suffering with depression, my life was falling apart very quickly. I've always loved greyhounds. My dad use to train them in his hey day and told me to go on YouTube and have a look at a dog called Swift Fantasy.
    So I did and I was blown away. So I kept on watching her races over 6 months and I told myself even though she is running last she never gave up and failure was never in her mind and winning was. I said to myself when I was in this dark place I didn't want to be in that, even though Im running last and giving up hope of winning. So I thought of your Swift Fantasy and with her drive and determination.
    3 months ago I was getting on the path of recovery and now free of depression so I than you and I thank your amazing Swift Fantasy.
     
     
     
     
     
    -Thank you for sharing your story Trevor. Thank you Steve for sharing this with me.