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Ascot 24th Oct - Belgravia Stakes Day

West Australian Racing
Never misses this race, another cracker. Should be higher in status.

TABtouch just tweeted:

Belgravia Stakes BIG BET

$10,000 Clairvoyance (Win) @ $1.60

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  • ChrisChris    4,443 posts
    Keen on Snickerdoodledandy to run a ticky
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    edited October 23
    And Hutchy(the pussy)$1548 the PLACE what a girl. :P

    Any concern the bar plates in front? Should be ok..

    Also relevant to the boom filly Clairvoyance her half sister goes round in a group 2 race the 7th at Te Rapa NZ-Tinker Mcphee, gave the 1.24 fav a cold and smashed the clock at her 2nd run, definite multi potential gate 12 is the only snag or reason why she is $3.50.
  • TiversTivers    7,528 posts
    She doesn't have a half sister.
    Well, one older one - but doesn't race.
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    edited October 23
    Sorry same Sire out of a Five Rocks(Fastnet Rock)mare.
  • NgawyniNgawyni    519 posts
    edited October 23
    Nostradamus 6 winners from 22 first crop starters to date. Clairvoyance so far his only metro winner.

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  • ChrisChris    4,443 posts
    Serheed wasn’t much chop either
  • TrainTrain    75 posts
    R1- MELARAB looks the horse with upside against a bunch who have had their chance. His first up run last campaign was really good when fairly luckless before struggling to pick up off a crawl second up. Is first up at 1600 here but his two trials were seven days apart which should have him fit enough and being from the same family as Blackwood and Sandalwood may need the ground. His two trials were really good both visually and on the clock and should find a spot midfield with cover.

    R2- BEAU ZOOM is the intriguing runner first up having begun his career in Victoria. Was very consistent through his career to date barring when thrown in the deep end on a heavy track at the end of his last campaign and stretched some handy types prior to that. His two trials since arriving have both been good and was able to find something when asked in his most recent. Expect him to come out running from the deep and if he can find the fence he’ll lead for a long way.

    R3- FATALE FEMME did it the hard way on debut sitting three deep no cover the whole way and still grinding out the finish. Now she jumps from the inside which poses a completely different problem if she was slowly away but she looks a professional. She can lead or box seat if something was to attack her but both scenarios look positive and provided the first up run didn’t flatten her should be winning again.

    R4- DOUBLE DIGIT won and square last start sitting back off a slow tempo and zapping them late. This race doesn’t look like it will be much different as it’s another small field with little tempo and that suits him at a staying trip. Again he will go back from the wide gate to near last and will be going through his gears from the 600. Chris Parnham got the best out him last start and should give him another peach here.

    R5- Best Bet: DOM TO SHOOT won really well last start against the older horses and opts to take them on again. Sat deep with cover in a fast run race last start and was forced to find after hitting the front early. Sticking to the same grade and a distance increase both looks big ticks and from the middle of the line should get a similar run to last start deep with cover. Slow tempos brought him unstuck first and second up but should get a genuine speed here and can make it two on the bounce.

    R6- COMES A TIME trialled super for his first up run for a new camp. Now with Justin Warwick he sat in the breeze in his trial and cruised around in fast time. Blinkers went on in the trial and races with them for the first time here which could be the key. His form from last prep was good around some smart 3yos and from the middle of the line expect to be in the first four in running with some speedy types scattered through the lineup.

    R7- QUEEN BROWN may struggle to beat CLAIRVOYANCE buts looks far better value than the excitement machine as a place bet. 1000m first up was always going to be too short for her but she really monstered the line after being held tight for a long way up the straight. Ran some cracking races last prep once the blinkers went on and the Morton team is in outstanding form. Will need a touch of luck from back on the fence but will be getting home strong.

    R8- LONG BEACH was poor last start but pulled up with excuses and can be forgiven for one poor run. Prior to that was 3/3 this campaign and all his wins were very impressive. Is now a month between runs but starting to suspect he runs his best races fresh and from barrier four has the option to sit a bit closer here in a race without an abundance of speed. If he can produce a run like he did early in his campaign he’ll be going very close on the minimum.

    R9- MISS DOMINICAN will be winning races this campaign and can start here. Was luckless first up when completely flattened in the straight and bounced back last start when placing behind a talented Tycoon Storm. Gets to 1800 third up having won at the trip before which is a big advantage as it can be a tricky distance. Likely settles near last from the outside draw but if she can follow something into the turn will be running on.

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  • NgawyniNgawyni    519 posts
    edited October 23
    A bit harsh. 27 stakes winners. Northerly was a hard act to follow.
  • RodentRodent    5,677 posts
    Chris said:

    Serheed wasn’t much chop either

    Saarond and Loosen Up were pretty ordinary sires.
  • scenic11scenic11    209 posts
    Chris said:

    Serheed wasn’t much chop either




    Ridiculous comment.
    Serheed was champion WA stallion 5 times with no more than 60 mares covered in each of those years.
    Was a great sire of WA stayers and had multiple group horses

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  • ChrisChris    4,443 posts
    Righto I’ll eat my hat on that one, I thought Northerly was the only real top liner
  • JellJell    1,197 posts
    Clairvoyance out :(
  • bradybrady    1,354 posts
    Omg 
    Clairvoyance 
  • savethegamesavethegame    1,884 posts
    Ngawyni said:

    Nostradamus 6 winners from 22 first crop starters to date. Clairvoyance so far his only metro winner.

    Nostradamus been keeping a eye on him since deeds of clairvoyance.Watched the one in NZ by chance Similar inaction to clairvoyance

    Brando savabeel colt the wraps on him were huge but tinker mcphee went pased him like he was a tree. See what she produces today. Tinkee

    Maybe not a producer of up and go early season 2 year Olds but sure stamps them with his  phsyic long  barrel  with easy action. in the last fortnight 6 runners 4 winners and one of them in SA missed the start by 5l and ran 5th is also in today --naleigh.Maybe a mini avalanche of winners coming for 5,500k  sire

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    Jell said:

    Clairvoyance out :(




    Takes some gloss off the meeting doesn't it.Hopefully just a minor setback all the best to the people involved.

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  • JellJell    1,197 posts
    A few small each way bets today on runners I've marked as overs:

    R2 - Keytrade
    R5 - Sophie's Song
    R6 - Lacevinsky
    R8 - Carocapo
  • SLIPPERGOLDENSLIPPERGOLDEN    6,083 posts
    Clairvoyance..... Scratched due to unforeseen circumstances
  • ChrisChris    4,443 posts
    Very hard to get excited about the opener
  • TiversTivers    7,528 posts
    edited October 24

    Clairvoyance..... Scratched due to unforeseen circumstances


    :))
  • JellJell    1,197 posts
    Ascot again bumped to Sky 2 when Doomben still has 3mins until the jump L-)
  • ChelseaChelsea    1,365 posts
    Get on the fast TRAIN 4 out of 4
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    Ponty at his best, any wonder J Warwick wants the great one steering his :x

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  • GaryHGaryH    1,011 posts
    Jell said:

    Ascot again bumped to Sky 2 when Doomben still has 3mins until the jump L-)

    Load on time....  One day they'll figure it out.

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    Wow..Queen Brown underwhelmed there.
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    3,827 posts
    Has a friend in Miss Dominican...
  • YankeeYankee    175 posts
    WA turf club, lets have an Irish day and because we think they are thick as, lets charge $14 a pint for Guinness and Kilkenny we may be Irish but we are not that green ps doubt any of the newbies will ever venture back unbelievable.
  • thefalconthefalcon    17,012 posts
    its criminal what they charge, yankee. 

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  • paraleticparaletic    3,655 posts
    I paid $5 or so for a 330ml bottle of solo. At that point i tapped out
  • hashhash    7,033 posts
    Serves you right for drinking SOFT drink

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  • paraleticparaletic    3,655 posts
    =))
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