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Originally posted by djebel djebel wrote:

A horse carrying that weight in any grade is not the domain of an inexperienced jockey.

I should point out I did not see or hear the race but have seen the result.


You are right, claims work better on the lighter weighted
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STRIKE WHILST THE IRON IS HOT

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The richest man is not he who has the most, but he who needs the least.

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He was ridden a little closer than usual but capitulated quickly from the 500m
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Bryce has stated many a time that he needs a hard track which is probably why he does well around the Xmas/New Year period but he must be feeling the wear & tear these days.
Experience is something you gain a few minutes after you could have used it!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Magnolian Khan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2017 at 7:08pm
I think I've heard mentioned that this was his last prep and then Bryce was going back to NZ I think
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Pretty simple really.
He gets him fit on track on tracks with some give in them and he is ready to go when they dry out.
He has won almost a million dollars with him so he knows what he is doing.
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Dear oh dear, time for old Crafty to give it away
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Originally posted by Magnolian Khan Magnolian Khan wrote:

Dear oh dear, time for old Crafty to give it away


Back in some resemblance of form tonight, maybe he does have one more in him
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2200 last  time far too short for him.  Never won at that trip even at his best.  If he sticks to the Valley 3000s he can win again.
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Originally posted by Mr Grieves Mr Grieves wrote:

2200 last  time far too short for him.  Never won at that trip even at his best.  If he sticks to the Valley 3000s he can win again.
 
Don't underestimate old mate Bryce.
He has won $800k with this bloke [give or take] , and he knows exactly what he is doing.
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He’s too old no but this is the type of horse that I like seeing in the Melbourne Cup
He tries his heart out every time and that’s all you can ask really
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Would be great if old Crafty Cruiser could edge past the $1.0m prize money mark. That would probably need to see him win a Saturday metro race, which might be a bit rich for him these days.

To MK’s reference to the Melb Cup.....Bryce has actually already had a Melbourne Cup runner, which started at 400/1.

Quiz time - Name Bryce’s Melb Cup runner?
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Bold Bard - and I reckon it was in the Divas first
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Your prize will be in the mail, mango. The prize is a sandwich.
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Originally posted by max manewer max manewer wrote:

Your prize will be in the mail, mango. The prize is a sandwich.


Sounds good to me. I’ll donate it to the man himself
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Crafty looking a treat, will love the track conditions too
Not too hard and not too wet
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Knucklemanna gets another win (his first since Apr 2013) at start 99
Colac 2000m
Shame we don’t race here more.
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Originally posted by Magnolian Khan Magnolian Khan wrote:

Knucklemanna gets another win (his first since Apr 2013) at start 99
Colac 2000m
Shame we don’t race here more.


Nice observation - Bryce's team better have had something on at 30/1. Long time between wins for the Knuckler...

In fact that win in Apr 2013 was at Ballarat over 3000m!

On the same card Prince Of Penzance won 1600m event....

Hmmmm I think I'll go have a sandwich and watch some more kriket.
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70 runs between wins , can’t think of too many still racing with such a long run of outs
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Must have good sanga’s down at Stony Creek.
a good 3.5hr drive from home
Moorabool wins paying $41
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They had better catering than many city clubs when I used to go there Mag.
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Haven’t been down that way for a few years. A mate of mine used to live at Meeniyan so was down that way a fair bit back then
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Crafty Cruiser 3000m Tonight
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'Legend' Bryce Stanaway praised for rescuing stricken mare
By Nick Hluchaniuk 8 hours ago
Trainer Bryce Stanaway has been praised for his quick reaction to a potentially dangerous situation in the mounting yard at Kilmore on Thursday.

The Tony Waddell-trained Diamare was fractious in the parade ring prior to the running of the fourth race on the card when the seven-year-old mare escaped her handler and attempted to jump the fence into the general public.

She became stuck on the fence with just one leg left on the side of the mounting yard.

Fellow trainer Mitchell Beer lauded the actions of Stanaway who quickly came to the aid of the stricken mare.

Beer said he and Stanaway were standing near Diamare when she became trapped.

"Bryce was incredible. Legs were going left, right and centre and he just ran and got hold of her," Beer said.

"It's so dangerous when they are in a state of panic like that."

With the help of a couple of others including Beer, Stanaway managed to free the mare and lift her off the fence where she was safely held in the general public area.

Beer said the incident could have escalated quickly had it not been for the Torquay-based trainer quickly swinging into action, saving the mare from further injury as well as preventing what could have been a dangerous episode for patrons on course.

"He's an even bigger legend in my eyes," Beer said.

"He cut his hand up pretty badly (in the incident) and he just laughed it off."

Stanaway saddled up a runner in the following race with Moorabool finishing fifth behind the Beer and Max Hinton-trained Dream of Paris.

Diamare sustained abrasions and lacerations to both hind legs and was found to be lame in both hind legs following the incident.

The seven-year-old, who only made her debut in November, will require a veterinary clearance prior to racing again.
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Good Luck to him, and Mitchell!.....proves he can do more than eat sangers, much more, old school and tough, but plenty of heart.
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will be cheering for Crafty back at Flemington
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Life in the old legs yet... old mate Crafty Cruiser wins another race
"Go Hard or Go Home, you're at the 'bool"
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Great to see the old boy (Crafty, not Bryce) salute. Got a very small share in the second horse but you can’t begrudge Bryce getting a win because racing needs more people like him.
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The funniest thing is the fwits who think the Bryce Stanaway twitter account is him.
I see one imbecile calls him a 'coming murderer' or some gelati for running old Crafty.
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Training for a Sheikh now (unlikely I know as ownership hasn’t been updated)

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