Yes folks they are racing at Pinjarra today. Unable to add selections at this time and Im off to Ascot trackwork today so apologies to anyone that was looking to purchase today. Write a message on my wall and I will get back to you before the first.
NOTE : Duncan Miller not riding - stood down pending an enquiry into his whip from yesterday
Impressive Jeuney isnt going to the Oaks - Snug Buggles is nommed for Thursday at Northam
Horse racing is like puntingStart small and expect to lose a lot more times than you winWhen you get a good one the pain of the other 10+ that have been duds is worth it
Kagan,Im interested to know where you got the info from that Gum Nut Guru was going to be a leader ? Was that just a personal opinion or did you source that info ?PS - WA metro tracks are generally always leader (or onpace) favoured - thats why its easy to make money there.
Anyone else get the $15 Escadaire - I was loving that
the best horse in the stable - wow !!He has one called Niconero that goes alright - it won 3 Group 1's last year so this horse must be really good.
Interesting to see what happens now Kennedy has lost his claim
Miss Timed who sat outside him is one fo the smallest horses racing in WA - Hay List is amongst the biggest. Was David and Goliath and Goliath won for a change
HISTORYYear Horse Trainer Jockey Weight Price Bar Time Last 600m2008 Vizard G Daly P Harvey 56.5 $2.40 9 58.6 33.682007 Real Mak W Mitchell P Carbery 53.5 $13.00 10 57.43 33.232006 Great Nation V Brockman P Harvey 54.5 $2.20 1 58.08 33.672005 Great Nation V Brockman D O'Heare 53 $3.40 7 59.40 34....
PerthTurfTips shared the status
Always good when a plan comes together - was oncourse and both my best bets looked great - needless to say was an awesome day :-)
Joe Janiak has stopped over in Perth on the way home from the UK - rumour has it he has become very friendly with WA trainer Paula Wagg. Neither are married.
Pretty sure - there may still be a few tents but the Turf Club were talking abput having more of a family environment and less of a boozeathon for party animals
No disrespect but anyone who regularly takes multis doesnt win - consistently under the odds.Anyone that backed Cats this week (prior to today) I feel for sorry for - taking $1.33 when now $1.50+ available.
Its not WA's fault - scratching close at 8am WA time (same as what happens in the East) - sometime PP closes off before that - a lot of times I have missed entering selections because of this
good luck with ur selection - you may have noticed the winner of that race Romida sat 3 wide the entire and had something in hand at the finish - drawn better this time so may beat it home again
apparently did a tendon - likely retirement is the word coming thro
A real topline sprinter can hit a peak speed of 70km/h on a good track (TT no doubt would be up there, maybe even quicker) - a lot of trainers use the Etrakka which measures not only the horses speed but also its heart rate - exceptional training tool
I am a regular follower of Perth racing - infact its about the only place I do follow. Ascot is a very hard track and also gets watered quite regularly. The fact that the track is often put out as a good 2 is a bit of a mis-nomer because you will never ever see a fast rating even tho it can somet...
There will always be exceptions to any rule - horses are not machines therefore some will look perfect but still have problems and others will look to have problems but still race well. On the score of averages/long term its a benefital thing however. If it wasn't there all the top trainers would...
Unlikely to see any markets until initial nominations are taken - have another look around early/mid March
for me its price - give me $2.20 on the toss of a coin and I will bet until the cows come home - the selection is irrelevant
was 1300 available at 4.3 late in the piece that went up in one go and was taken quickly - also plenty of money at around 3.9/4 - which is where I got aboard
Syndication is like any business area - some good operators and some not good ones - just do ur homework before investing
Thought i might start this thread for anyone that would like to casually give themselves a big shout out when they have a good day. I posted 7 tips todays for 4 winners ($2.00, $3.80, $4.70 and $5.10) but my 3 other selections all ran 2nd (or deadhated for 2nd). A $10 place all-up would have netted a return of $439.50 - thats odds of nearly 43/1. I will try and keep my roll going at Bunbury tomorrow....
Well done - lucky you didnt go "the fish" in that race. Always helps when the Fav is put out of contention due to pilot error.
Ok thanks - I have 3/4 registered anyway so may aswell join the last one to give myself a chance.
Savabeel has already had his first runner it finished 3rd
As far as making for competitive racing I agree it is not an ideal situation but with track maintenance issues it looks like it is being trialled.
Just use a flat stake plan - if you cant make a profit with that method then its not worth punting. I would suggest betting a set amount on each selection for a fixed period such as a month - for a $200 bank and with a good strike rate I would go for $10 a bet which gives you plenty of room if you hit a losing streak - 20 bets (and believe me even the best punters hit them) at the end of the month if he has increased his bank then moderately increase the stake allowing for a run of 20 outs....
Anyone that backed your tip to win would have done there money. Bad situation that one and can feel for the owners - one of them had $3k on - thats gotta hurt. At least they finally get the winners cheque. Rumour has it that the wrong horse has run at Kal last sunday - last race Zubizaretta was replaced accidently by its lesser performed stablemate Day of Reckoning who subsequently ran true to form and finished 2nd last. Big shake up due at KBRC - ineptness at its best....