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Pinjarra Prognostications

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SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,682 posts
R4 Seeker
R5 Night Voyage and an interest with Requisition at odds
R6 Fair Sonari each way
R7 Get Over It
R8 Sally's Realm is probably the best for the day but a saver on Harry Thomas and novelties combining the two is the go

Knuckey has two rides. More than he deserves.

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  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,682 posts
    Apologies as the other Pinjarra Previews had not appeared on my screen when I posted otherwise I would have added to one of them.
  • pikerpiker    313 posts
    SG I think Fair Sonari started at 34; now 17.
    Sally's might be one of those like Pearl Trade that keeps putting in 'good' runs!
    I like Night Voyage as a horse; underrated as is trainer, who is having a good run.
    Get Over It has $190,000 in earnings, so you cannot leave him out.
    I don't know whether to call the trainer of GOI or Seeker Mr Unpredictable!

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  • bradybrady    1,284 posts
    Night Voyage
    Ouqba Jack
  • thefalconthefalcon    15,763 posts
    red publisher? that 3rd 2 starts ago behind arcadia prince and great shot sticks in my mind....20's is a temptation...
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    7,016 posts
    Has great track and distance stats as well
  • H-BOMBERH-BOMBER    7,016 posts
    Nice tip Fair Sonari. Of course I didn't put it in the quaddie though
  • pikerpiker    313 posts
    I'm still in HB; c/- Wrinkly!

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  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    Slip & Pikester
    Fair Sonari - declared.
    Wrinkly - declared.
    Sally's Realm - declared.
    ^:)^
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    edited January 12
    "Sally's Realm bet of the day - saver Henry Thomas ( 20/1 ) and combining them in novelties is the go"

    Yep - Way to go slip!
  • thefalconthefalcon    15,763 posts
    well done, boys.
    reckon the steven miller family will be having a cray or 2 tonight..both winners well supported at long odds.
    good on 'em…..
    $-) :!! :-bd

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  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    And not forgetting what a good hoop S.J Miller was. One of the best. Big day for former hoops Chris Munce & Miller.

    Some of the ex-jockeys can train alright don't worry about that.
  • thefalconthefalcon    15,763 posts
    ron quinton is no slouch, Jason Miller plus quite a few in Melbourne. jim taylor here plus nev parnham and quite a few more.
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    edited January 12
    Mark Newnham NSW.
    He was the first Australian jockey ever to ride a winner in South Korea.
    Think was at the Busan racecourse.

    Roy Rogers - former hoop gets his share of winners as a trainer in the great southern area.

    Dion Luciani and Lou Luciani turned there hand to training.

    Kevin Moses - and did he have a purple patch a jockey. Rode many winners before becoming a trainer.

    A good anecdote read on him when he was riding - as an apprentice he caused some bad interference in a race and when it occurred one of the hoops yelled out "Jesus Christ" ...and think it was fellow hoop Kevin Langby who retorted "no that's not JC that's Moses!"

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  • RodentRodent    4,769 posts

    Mark Newnham NSW.
    He was the first Australian jockey ever to ride a winner in South Korea.
    Think was at the Busan racecourse.

    Roy Rogers - former hoop gets his share of winners as a trainer in the great southern area.

    Dion Luciani and Lou Luciani turned there hand to training.

    Kevin Moses - and did he have a purple patch a jockey. Rode many winners before becoming a trainer.

    A good anecdote read on him when he was riding - as an apprentice he caused some bad interference in a race and when it occurred one of the hoops yelled out "Jesus Christ" ...and think it was fellow hoop Kevin Langby who retorted "no that's not JC that's Moses!"

    K Moses did more than ride many winners. He was a premiership winning jockey in Sydney. No mean feat.

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  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    Michael Lane in WA and Peter Snowden NSW.
    Robbie Griffiths - Victoria. There must be more too.
  • sonnysonny    586 posts
    Neville Voigt, Beaver Schofield, Craig Carmody, Mark DeMonford,Miracle Mal,Tracy Bartley,Mario Caltibliano, just a few from the past that come to mind.
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    Hi Sonny - just beat me to the punch on Miracle Mal Johnston.
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    Dale "Spike" Short was a good hoop from Victoria...recall him coming to the Perth Carnival a few times...think he rode a horse named Micron in a Railway Stakes - ran third at double figure odds. He turned his hand to training.

    Steven Burridge was a good hoop from over there too and now training in Singapore.
  • sonnysonny    586 posts
    Alan Denham, Billy Prain,Darren Beadman was foreman when O"shea was training for Godolphin
  • thefalconthefalcon    15,763 posts
    did you cop the ride on sallys realm? a gem, could not have been any better.
    also, cop pikes leg action about 75m out...wow!!

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  • detonatordetonator    1,616 posts
    thefalcon said:

    did you cop the ride on sallys realm? a gem, could not have been any better.
    also, cop pikes leg action about 75m out...wow!!

    Spot on with the leg action observation. Was thinking the exact same thing.
    Because he rides with a long iron as opposed to conventional methods does that allow him to use this action compared to others.
    One from left field, he was using more vigour with his feet than Mcgruddy did at the barrier in Albany. :)>-

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  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    edited January 13
    Some hoops now of course can ride and also be a trainer. Michelle Payne - jockey and trainer. Wouldn't be many.
    Not sure if agree with it or not, very specialist areas that are crossed over - guess it's ok.
  • spinkingspinking    2,001 posts

    Kyra Yuill

  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,682 posts
    edited January 15
    One of my best days ever on the punt and still celebrating.

    R4 Seeker 2nd
    R5 Night Voyage  3rd @ 7.30
    R6 Fair Sonari each way  1st 29.50  7.50
    R7 Get Over It  very ordinary
    R8 Sally's Realm is probably the best for the day but a saver on Harry Thomas and novelties combining the two is the go 1st and second so take your pick with the novelties

    Piker commented on my selections then said he had Wrinkly after it had won the Quaddie leg so not quite sure how he gets the credit for being on board but hey don't really care as long as the results stand. Keep on contributing Piker. The forum needs it.

    Thank you linesmen and thank you ballboys and girls. My work is done.  
    \:D/ \:D/ <:-P  <:-P \:D/ \:D/
  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,682 posts
    Jockeys becoming Trainers...... You have missed an obvious local...... Tom Pike
  • Ridersonthestorm33Ridersonthestorm33    8,402 posts
    edited January 15
    Piker got the credit on Wrinkly because he tipped it to win on his own preview of Pinjarra page.

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  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    5,682 posts
    Okay got it thanks Rider and apology for error. I hope Piker got the Quaddie.


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