JJ Flash

Oscar Bonavena

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51 minutes ago, Iraklis said:

Heyy JJ, they (Allstars) got a pretty goodlookin 2yr old American Pride he went round alright too :rcfe-smile:

 

Cheers Iraklis

Yes , it went very well yesterday. In fact most of the AS team went well but then whats unusual about that.

Winterfell was the best performance on the day  though as it ran time off 30

Roll on The Jewels, i can see a lot of the usual moaning about their domination coming up.

 

Greg

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5 minutes ago, Blue said:

I still think AS other fellow might be the better bet if, as Mark said, he goes better left handed. Odds on both are pretty short though.

Agreed , both are nice horses who will do connections proud no matter where they run. As for the short odds, that's the norm given AS record at Jewels and ive never met anyone who went broke backing winners no matter how little they paid

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He broke the NZ 3yo record for a 2600m stand by 1.2 seconds.

I'd say he is ready for the jewels fitness wise.

On a side not he has beaten a NZ record 3 out of his 6 starts, not bad for a trotter who has only had the 6 starts. But only this 1 counts as he ran 2nd in the other 2

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7 minutes ago, Max powers said:

He broke the NZ 3yo record for a 2600m stand by 1.2 seconds.

I'd say he is ready for the jewels fitness wise.

On a side not he has beaten a NZ record 3 out of his 6 starts, not bad for a trotter who has only had the 6 starts. But only this 1 counts as he ran 2nd in the other 2

Imagine what time he would have run had he not hung.  I'm sure they will look after the horses interests first  but with potential withdrawals he might make it there on his current earnings

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If I heard them correctly at Oamaru today, Get Lucky has jumped two or three to make the list and one of those to miss out is/was OB. Probably needs two withdrawals.

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"Noms" close Friday 24th at midday, by way of a trainer's acceptance. 

Wonder if The Met will do their usual thing and extend the closing time for nominations..... 

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Hope the aussie does turn up.def chance if he makes it a 1.59 mr horse over 1980 mtres so is at least equal to the 3 year old ruby.Every year many aussies are booked to come but for variety of reasons cancel.

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