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5 hours ago, Eagle Eye said:

Very strang he's not in the dash for cash can't be the track safety as addington tracks have been pretty bad

Why would you? The dogs a one track specialist. You take him away from addington and he gets knocked around a bit and you risk him losing a bit of confidence

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On ‎30‎/‎11‎/‎2016 at 4:28 AM, alltheway!!! said:

Why would you? The dogs a one track specialist. You take him away from addington and he gets knocked around a bit and you risk him losing a bit of confidence

That's a very strange answer, its a group2 event, Knocked around over the sprint that's a bit strange, lol, one track specialist how can you say that as he hasn't raced away from the track, he is good enough to win at any short course two turn track I would say. Not viable, the dog just wins. Come on big fella race him around the country in the big sprints you wont get an easier chance to win everything in sprints again I would say.

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And who pays for the transportation costs Warren.

50/50 animal. 2x interislander trips

Away for 2 days at a minimum so have to employ someone to keep the kennels operating.

 

I'd say a $2500 series

Wins and he covers costs and a little in bank. Runs 2nd a nose and trainer losing money.

2x addington wins $1440 to winner. Sounds a bit less risky to me.

 

If owners willing to pay for transport cost sure. Give it a go.remember  50/50 is a training agreement. You want the dog travelled when not financially viable. Step up and pay the way

 

Thats my thoughts anyway

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13 minutes ago, mmmyb said:

And who pays for the transportation costs Warren.

50/50 animal. 2x interislander trips

Away for 2 days at a minimum so have to employ someone to keep the kennels operating.

 

I'd say a $2500 series

Wins and he covers costs and a little in bank. Runs 2nd a nose and trainer losing money.

2x addington wins $1440 to winner. Sounds a bit less risky to me.

 

If owners willing to pay for transport cost sure. Give it a go.remember  50/50 is a training agreement. You want the dog travelled when not financially viable. Step up and pay the way

 

Thats my thoughts anyway

really your sums dont seem to add up i have to agree with wassa on this theres a tui ad

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51 minutes ago, mmmyb said:

And who pays for the transportation costs Warren.

50/50 animal. 2x interislander trips

Away for 2 days at a minimum so have to employ someone to keep the kennels operating.

 

I'd say a $2500 series

Wins and he covers costs and a little in bank. Runs 2nd a nose and trainer losing money.

2x addington wins $1440 to winner. Sounds a bit less risky to me.

 

If owners willing to pay for transport cost sure. Give it a go.remember  50/50 is a training agreement. You want the dog travelled when not financially viable. Step up and pay the way

 

Thats my thoughts anyway

really i know its his decision but he could travel up with the others that are going  no great cost how many trainers do that heaps

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lots of trainers do that yes 

but you also now have to travel further 

about two hours each way 

I'm  not sure what the stake money is in the race I'm thinking 14 k 2500 for unplanned runners at 500 4th 5th 6th 7th and 8th  and 6900 if you win so you pay 50% for owner and  trainer 3450 for the trainer if you win it would cost sayou 900 return trip  so don't leave to much dose it 

is not sure if i have the right stake money and there will also be a breeders bonus as well so maybe less than that

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3 hours ago, mmmyb said:

And who pays for the transportation costs Warren.

50/50 animal. 2x interislander trips

Away for 2 days at a minimum so have to employ someone to keep the kennels operating.

 

I'd say a $2500 series

Wins and he covers costs and a little in bank. Runs 2nd a nose and trainer losing money.

2x addington wins $1440 to winner. Sounds a bit less risky to me.

 

If owners willing to pay for transport cost sure. Give it a go.remember  50/50 is a training agreement. You want the dog travelled when not financially viable. Step up and pay the way

 

Thats my thoughts anyway

My God you won't get a Cup dog from me ever lol

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On 30/11/2016 at 6:28 AM, alltheway!!! said:

Why would you? The dogs a one track specialist. You take him away from addington and he gets knocked around a bit and you risk him losing a bit of confidence

One look at Manakau and that's all he needed.

4.45 first section today which is flying.

One track specialist.. nope . Think he just needs a look to work things out.

 

Well Done to Floyd, Calum, May and the connections of the best sprinter in the country. Great result

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49 minutes ago, mmmyb said:

One look at Manakau and that's all he needed.

4.45 first section today which is flying.

One track specialist.. nope . Think he just needs a look to work things out.

 

Well Done to Floyd, Calum, May and the connections of the best sprinter in the country. Great result

Yes was a top run

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