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Round 4 - Saturday Feb 1

Races are:

1. Wingatui R4 - 1.52pm - Mediaworks Dunedin Guineas (LR) - $50k, 1500m, 3yos SWs

2. Taranaki R4 - 2.10pm - Woburn Farm 2YO Classic (Gr3) - $70k, 1200m, 2yos SWs

3. Wingatui R6 - 3.04pm - Fire & Mechanical Contracting Ltd Dunedin Gold Cup (LR) - $55k, 2400m, open hdcp

4. Randwick R2 - 3.30pm - Iron Jack Canonbury Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1100m, 2yos colts/gelds SW+Ps

5. Taranaki R7 - 3.55pm - Powerworx Taranaki Cup (Gr3) - $80k, 1800m, open SW+Ps

6. Wingatui R8 - 4.14pm - White Robe Lodge Weight For Age (Gr3) - $70k, 1600m, WFA

7. Caulfield R5 - 4.55pm - Lamaro's Hotel South Melbourne Chairman's Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1000m, 2yos SWs

8. Caulfield R7 - 6.10pm - Neds Manfred Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1200m, 3yos SW+Ps

9. Randwick R7 - 6.30pm - TAB Expressway Stks (Gr2) - $200k, 1200m, WFA

10. Caulfield R8 - 6.50pm -  Neds WJ Adams Stks (LR) - $140k, 1000m, hdcp


CRUSADERS (1st) vs KAURI KATS (7th)
Rex (3/0-859.80/424.80) v Jen (1/2-419.00/424.20)
Robert (2/1-648.80/512.20) v Rocky (2/1-574.00/423.40)
Tom (1/2-991.00/701.00) v Graeme (1/2-524.80/853.40)
Rob (2/1-1197.40/711.20) v Sharne (2/1-642.20/683.40)
Craig (0/3-423.60/613.60) v Maximus (1/2-792.60/823.40)

HURRICANES (5th) vs BLUES (3rd)

The Crucible (1/1-672.20/699.60) v Geoff (1/1-623.00/443.40)
John (1/1-749.20/710.40) v Pete (1/1-515.40/325.00)
Hesi (1/1-613.00/169.00) v Gordy (0/2-491.40/858.20)
Porky (1/1-979.60/417.20) v Roland (1/1-814.20/392.20)
Virgil (1/1-612.20/328.80) v Howie (2/0-797.20/83.80)

FERDIES (6th) vs CHIEFS (4th)
Ashoka (2/1-848.60/683.60) v Gee (1/1-328.00/298.40)
Heather (2/1-602.00/684.60) v Stevie N (1/1-575.80/457.40)
PJ (0/3-756.20/1013.00) v Jack (1/1-423.60/276.20)
Zac (0/3-60.40/984.20) v Ian (1/1-268.40/780.20)
Maurice (1/2-1010.00/678.00) v Punter Pete (2/0-830.00/209.20)

TURBOS (2nd) - Bye

Blind Squirrel (1/2-868.60/993.80)

Steve P (2/1-500.20/376.80)

Ray (3/0-846.00/804.00)

Rees (1/2-525.00/819.20)

Gary (2/1-630.00/333.20)

 

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
1197.40 Rob (Crusaders)

1010.00 Maurice (Ferdies)

991.00 Tom (Crusaders)

979.60 Porky (Hurricanes)

868.60 Blind Squirrel (Turbos)

859.80 Rex (Crusaders)

848.60 Ashoka (Ferdies)

 

THE SERENDIPITOUS SIX (those with the least $$ scored against them)

Pete (1/1-325.00) (Blues)

Gee (1/1-298.40) (Chiefs)

Jack (1/1-276.20) (Chiefs)

Punter Pete (2/0-209.20) (Chiefs)

Hesi (1/1-169.00) (Hurricanes)

Howie (2/0-83.80) (Blues)

 

THE UNFORTUNATE FIVE (those with the most $$ scored against them)

Graeme (1/2-853.40) (Kauri Kats)

Gordy (0/2-858.20) (Blues)

Zac (0/3-984.20) (Ferdies)

Blind Squirrel (1/2-993.80) (Turbos)

PJ (0/3-1013.00) (Ferdies)

 

THE TABLE after Round 3

1st 6 CRUSADERS $4120.60

2nd 5 TURBOS $3360.80

3rd 4 BLUES^ $2941.20

4th 4 CHIEFS^ $2676.80

5th 3 HURRICANES*^ $3619.20

6th 3 FERDIES* $3276.20

7th 2 KAURI KATS* $3032.20

^ bye used

* joker used

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2 hours ago, PWJ said:

That's a new record Robert !

A horses ability will not change in three days, but the tracks can of course. Too much analysing can complicate the whole process. The old saying goes, "keep it simple".

Hey, I have got to give The First Call guys some heads up, or they would be struggling!!

Good luck everyone.

 

 

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I had a friend called Geoff Haden(Andy's cousin), he called everyone a big homo, in a nice jocular way......no one was ever offended.

The saying rubbed off on me a bit

I guess you can't do that nowadays, just like you can't do a lot of things.

Poor fella(Geoff), used to fly a lot, as he owned a company.  Got that deep vein thrombosis, it got him in the end, they say a clot went to his heart or brain or wherever these things go, and he was dead in a matter of minutes

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17 minutes ago, Hesi said:

I had a friend called Geoff Haden(Andy's cousin), he called everyone a big homo, in a nice jocular way......no one was ever offended.

The saying rubbed off on me a bit

I guess you can't do that nowadays, just like you can't do a lot of things.

Poor fella(Geoff), used to fly a lot, as he owned a company.  Got that deep vein thrombosis, it got him in the end, they say a clot went to his heart or brain or wherever these things go, and he was dead in a matter of minutes

Yes interesting. Having worked in the building industry for 40 odd years we worked along side many Maori workers.  We could get away with " hey nigger" quite easily way back then and no one took offence because the reply was just as derogatory. Tounge in cheek stuff. 

My early days in Aussie where " yah wooly woofter" meant homosexual or " yah queer" was basically the same. Queer was resurrected some time back with a gay TV programme called Queer Nation.

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3 hours ago, Hesi said:

I had a friend called Geoff Haden(Andy's cousin), he called everyone a big homo, in a nice jocular way......no one was ever offended.

The saying rubbed off on me a bit

I guess you can't do that nowadays, just like you can't do a lot of things.

Poor fella(Geoff), used to fly a lot, as he owned a company.  Got that deep vein thrombosis, it got him in the end, they say a clot went to his heart or brain or wherever these things go, and he was dead in a matter of minutes

 

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Greetings Ashoka 

Thank you for those kind words. The Mustelid is not only a natural born pedant but a natural born peasant to boot - and he has been booted on many occasions, including this Comp, as recently as last weekend's rather unexpected hospital admission. Keep those cards and letters coming in, folks..  

You mention 'tis better for the Mustelid to be the target of retribution,not your fine self. Happy to take the pain for you, mate, though Gee sometimes is awake enough to read these forums and he may have a Zero from the Imperial Air Force with your name on it ready for takeoff tomorrow. If this is true, try to duck, but things generally don't end well when this unpredictable Chief gets angry.

Finally, you say: Please continue to keep up your good work. I am obliged to note for your edification that this is an example of tautology, ie needless repetition of a word or phrase. You could have said: Please continue your good work or Please keep up your good work, but not both'Continue' and 'keep up' mean the same thing, of course 

Here endeth the lesson. The Mustelid is about to head into the big city for Graduation Day - Best Bet Training 101. If you see Virgil around the traps, tell him I passed with flying colours. Yippee!

MM

 

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1 hour ago, Maximus said:

Greetings Ashoka 

Thank you for those kind words. The Mustelid is not only a natural born pedant but a natural born peasant to boot - and he has been booted on many occasions, including this Comp, as recently as last weekend's rather unexpected hospital admission. Keep those cards and letters coming in, folks..  

You mention 'tis better for the Mustelid to be the target of retribution,not your fine self. Happy to take the pain for you, mate, though Gee sometimes is awake enough to read these forums and he may have a Zero from the Imperial Air Force with your name on it ready for takeoff tomorrow. If this is true, try to duck, but things generally don't end well when this unpredictable Chief gets angry.

Finally, you say: Please continue to keep up your good work. I am obliged to note for your edification that this is an example of tautology, ie needless repetition of a word or phrase. You could have said: Please continue your good work or Please keep up your good work, but not both'Continue' and 'keep up' mean the same thing, of course 

Here endeth the lesson. The Mustelid is about to head into the big city for Graduation Day - Best Bet Training 101. If you see Virgil around the traps, tell him I passed with flying colours. Yippee!

MM

 

Can we quit the Shakespeare lessons please . OOps sorry that,s Shakespearean lessons .Wouldn't want to upset a pendantic would we. umm, is that the coorect spelling.

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1. Wingatui R4 – 7,13
2. Taranaki R4 – 2,4
3. Wingatui R6 – 2,10
4. Randwick R2 – 4,6
2. Taranaki R7 – 13,14
6. Wingatui R8 – 4,5 BB
7. Caulfield R5 – 4,7
8. Caulfield R7 – 4,7
9. Randwick R7 – 7,8
10. Caulfield R8 – 12,14 BB

Good luck to you Porky and the Blues. Thanks Pete.
 

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1. Wingatui R4 - 1.52pm - Mediaworks Dunedin Guineas (LR) - $50k, 1500m, 3yos SWs   - 5,13

2. Taranaki R4 - 2.10pm - Woburn Farm 2YO Classic (Gr3) - $70k, 1200m, 2yos SWs   - 4,6

3. Wingatui R6 - 3.04pm - Fire & Mechanical Contracting Ltd Dunedin Gold Cup (LR) - $55k, 2400m, open hdcp   - 5,13   b/b

4. Randwick R2 - 3.30pm - Iron Jack Canonbury Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1100m, 2yos colts/gelds SW+Ps   - 4,6

5. Taranaki R7 - 3.55pm - Powerworx Taranaki Cup (Gr3) - $80k, 1800m, open SW+Ps   - 5,11

6. Wingatui R8 - 4.14pm - White Robe Lodge Weight For Age (Gr3) - $70k, 1600m, WFA   - 4,7

7. Caulfield R5 - 4.55pm - Lamaro's Hotel South Melbourne Chairman's Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1000m, 2yos SWs   - 2,8

8. Caulfield R7 - 6.10pm - Neds Manfred Stks (Gr3) - $160k, 1200m, 3yos SW+Ps   - 1,3

9. Randwick R7 - 6.30pm - TAB Expressway Stks (Gr2) - $200k, 1200m, WFA   - 5,10

10. Caulfield R8 - 6.50pm -  Neds WJ Adams Stks (LR) - $140k, 1000m, hdcp   - 5,14   b/b

 

G L Ian and all other's !

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Memo to Rob the CrewSadist (and former RockStar)

Team #1 v Team #7 ..Playin' yer Joker?...c'mon, mate, don't be shy. You candoosit! We cute little Puddytats are an easy-peasy target. Even the Chieftains beat us (with a bit of help from Suzie the Chef de Scallopini).

MM

(Graduate, Hons First Class, BB 101, Virgilian School of Hard Knocks)

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38 minutes ago, craigos1 said:

A Gladiatorial Battle looms!

R1: 1~6

R2: 5~8

R3: 5~6

R4: 1~2

R5: 4~14***

R6: 2~9

R7: 1~3

R8: 2~7

R9: 5~10***

R10: 12~14

Good Luck Maximus Decimus Meridius,

Thanks PJ.

oh, lawks, now I've got to go and russell up my Latin dictionary...

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1. Wingatui R4 – 1,7
2. Taranaki R4 – 2,8
3. Wingatui R6 – 5,6
4. Randwick R2 – 1,3
5. Taranaki R7 – 2,7
6. Wingatui R8 – 3,8 bb
7. Caulfield R5 – 3,4
8. Caulfield R7 – 1,2
9. Randwick R7 – 4,6
10. Caulfield R8 – 5,6 bb

All the best Rex and team Kats. Thank you Peter.
 

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