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Originally posted by Sister Dot Sister Dot wrote:

 
😳 Do they have wombats in Cairo? Bit of a blooper 😊

Not really Dot.  It is more of an example of the Australian wit of the times. 

 Trooper Bluegum's tongue was firmly in his cheek.  The whole verse is imbibed with typical Australian wit.  What was a fox hole to a Briton and a gopher hole to a American was a wombat hole to an Australian.  Those were early days of Australian nationalism and we rarely wasted an opportunity to distinguish ourselves as Australians.  

Oliver Hogue served with the dismounted Lighthorse at Gallipoli before being invalided to England with enteric fever.  He returned to battle with the Lighthorse in the Sinai and fought in the battle of Romani before being promoted to captain and joined the Imperial Camel Corps serving in Jordan, Palestine and the Sinai.  In 1918 he rejoined the Lighthorse as a major and took part in the battle for Damascus.  He served for the entirety of World War 1 and survived but never returned to Australia.  He died of influenza in London in 1919.

His correspondence was light and often humorous, considered morale boosting for the Australian servicemen as his attitude was typical of them.  He spoke their language - and his ode to the horse is a perfect example of it. 
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Thanks for that, didn’t think of that side of it when I read it. Resilient man, he must have seen and endured enormous suffering. 😕
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Sunday Dec 2nd - going to be a cracking race


Race 7 - The Jericho Cup (4600 METRES)
Of $292,000. 1st $150,000, 2nd $50,000, 3rd $30,000, 4th $18,000, 5th $10,000, 6th $8,000, 7th $7,000, 8th $7,000, 9th $6,000, 10th $6,000
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BenchMark 90, Highweight, No age restriction, No sex restriction
For Australia or New Zealand bred horses only. A $40k consolation race over 4065m will be added should 24 or more horses accept.
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To the best of our knowledge the following are the only 3000m+ races to be run in Australia prior to the closing off date of 20/11/18. These races will earn 3-2-1 points for the first 3 Australasian bred horses over the line (after correct weight):-

~ Stawell 22/10/18 3600m BM58
~ Morphetville Stayers Race 03/11/18 2500m BM82 (exempt from 3000m+ rule)
~ Echuca 06/11/18 3200m BM64
~ Flemington Melbourne Cup 06/11/18 3200m Open
~ Sandown Cup 17/11/18 3200m Open
~ Grafton 19/11/18 3120m BM66
THERE ARE 2 FURTHER RACES THAT ARE DOUBLE POINTS RACES WITH THE 6 POINT WINNERS IN EACH RACE GUARANTEED OF A START:-

~ Hobart 06/11/18 3200m Open
~ Moonee Valley 16/11/18 3000m BM70
RACING VICTORIA HAVE RULED THAT THE FIRST JERICHO CUP THROUGH THE PADDOCKS AT WARNNAMBOOL (LESS THE JUMPS) WILL BE A HIGHWEIGHT RACE FOR JUMPS JOCKEYS ONLY AND THUS A FIELD LIMIT OF 12 RUNNERS WITH 4 EMERGENCIES. EARLY NOMINATIONS AND ACCEPTANCES WILL BE CALLED TO PROVIDE CONNECTIONS WITH CERTAINTY OF WHO IS & WHO IS NOT GETTING A RUN. NOMINATIONS CLOSE NOON 20TH NOVEMBER 2018. ACCEPTANCES CLOSE NOON 27TH NOVEMBER 2018. SHOULD THERE BE SUFFICIENT ACCEPTANCES THERE WILL BE A CUP CONSOLATION RACE OVER APPROX. 4065M ON THE COURSE PROPER. SAME HIGHWEIGHT, FIELD LIMIT AND JUMPS JOCKEYS REQUIREMENT. A LOT LESS PRIZEMONEY, BUT THE SWEETENER WILL BE THAT THE CONSOLATION WILL BE THE FIRST GUARANTEED START AND DOUBLE POINTS RACE FOR THE 2019 JERICHO CUP. THE MAIN RACE EMERGENCIES WOULD ALSO BE INCLUDED IN THE CONSOLATION FIELD. IF THERE ARE ANY DOUBTS ABOUT ANY OF THE ABOVE PLEASE RING BILL ON 0413 442 988 or EMAIL bill@thejerichocup.com.au
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4600m pretty gruelling, so then they make it highweight.. poor horses
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Excited to have a runner in the inaugural Jericho Cup on Sunday.
Penthouse Playboy will be piloted by Johnny Allen on the minimum 64kg over 4600m
Will stay all day, looking forward to it.
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Big weight to carry
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Race 7 - 12:00AM The Haymes Paint Jericho Cup (4600 METRES) Times displayed in local time of Race Meeting Of $292,000.1st $150,000, 2nd $50,000, 3rd $30,000, 4th $18,000, 5th $10,000, 6th $8,000, 7th $7,000, 8th $7,000, 9th $6,000, 10th $6,000
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BenchMark 90, Highweight, Minimum Weight 64kg, Apprentices can claim.
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Track Name: Main Track Type: Turf Track Condition: Soft 5

Field Limit: 12 + 4 EM
No Last 10 Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Penalty Hcp Rating
1 635112x026 GOLD MEDALS (NZ) Symon Wilde Jamie Mott 6 70kg
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2 0x75468314 DOC HOLLIDAY Symon Wilde Darryl Horner (Jnr) 16 67kg
70
3 01Fx508114 THE DOMINATOR (NZ) Henry Dwyer Thomas Sadler 12 66.5kg
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4 6541322331 TRULY HIGH Darren Weir Shane Jackson 5 66.5kg
69
5 3167837045 THUNDER ROAD Emma & Lucy Longmire Lee Horner 7 65.5kg
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6 065201x357 HIGH MODE (NZ) Anthony Freedman Clayton Douglas 15 65kg
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7 8348x76503 WEAVE VOBIS Gold Bonus Scheme Anne Yates Richard Cully 9 65kg
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8 2221124522 PENTHOUSE PLAYBOY (NZ) Darren Weir John Allen 1 64kg
64
9 8x77612365 HAVANA HAYMAKER VOBIS Gold Bonus Scheme Pat Carey Tom Ryan 11 64kg
60
10 32x4932226 BARGE AND CHARGE Michael Townsend Paul Hamblin 14 64kg
57
11 7074795430 CRAFTY CRUISER Bryce Stanaway Ms Emily Farr 2 64kg
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12 24x9053653 GRASSINI Brett Charry Shaun Phelan 4 64kg
56
13e 8x60415188 BEACH GOD VOBIS Gold Bonus Scheme Byron Cozamanis Martin Kelly 3 66kg
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14e 91x0292 UNDER THE BRIDGE (NZ) Symon Wilde
13 64kg
62
15e 35960912 HELLO MY FRIEND VOBIS Gold Bonus Scheme Charlotte Littlefield
10 64kg
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16e 847x556535 NELSONS ARCH Charlotte Littlefield
8 64kg
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Interesting to see Bryce “Sandwiches” Stanaway has six runners in the Jericho Consolation Cup boasting the impressive combined strike rate of 9 Wins from 397 Starts. Safe to say Crafty Cruiser can’t wait til next August when retirement is forced.
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Originally posted by tillyras tillyras wrote:

Excited to have a runner in the inaugural Jericho Cup on Sunday.
Penthouse Playboy will be piloted by Johnny Allen on the minimum 64kg over 4600m
Will stay all day, looking forward to it.


Good luck with the P.Playboy tillyras! With that Pentire x Zabeel blood pumping through his veins, he should see out the 4600m no worries.

Noticed your other ‘marathon’ stayer in Ca Plane is now with Amy McDonald. Nice choice of trainer, she’s really good with a stayer/jumper.

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Originally posted by Discohips23 Discohips23 wrote:

Interesting to see Bryce “Sandwiches” Stanaway has six runners in the Jericho Consolation Cup boasting the impressive combined strike rate of 9 Wins from 397 Starts. Safe to say Crafty Cruiser can’t wait til next August when retirement is forced.

Yes I agree, why keep running these honest old geldings till they are forced off the track by injury or rules?
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I see the brave front-runner Choysa who was an original nom is listed as "deceased" Unhappy
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Originally posted by Mr Grieves Mr Grieves wrote:

I see the brave front-runner Choysa who was an original nom is listed as "deceased" Unhappy


Not good at all.

Saw his antics this winter at Flemington during my visit there.

Wondered how long will he keep this up.

Well, unfortunately you answered my question.
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What sort of antics Brudder?
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Love this race.
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Originally posted by Gay3 Gay3 wrote:

What sort of antics Brudder?


He was nervous in the paddock and was rank when he was out on his huge lead when 4th to Lycurgus the day I was @ Flem. Collared in the straight after being used up and battled hard to finish where he did..
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Originally posted by tillyras tillyras wrote:

Excited to have a runner in the inaugural Jericho Cup on Sunday.
Penthouse Playboy will be piloted by Johnny Allen on the minimum 64kg over 4600m
Will stay all day, looking forward to it.

Congratulations on having a runner in this exciting high prizemoney race. Curious to know how long ago Weir set him for the race. I notice PP seemed to lose his way a little in a couple of races over 2300m and 2100m. Was this because Weir was training him for 4600m, or did he have a bit of a setback?
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Originally posted by Bonfield Bonfield wrote:

Originally posted by tillyras tillyras wrote:

Excited to have a runner in the inaugural Jericho Cup on Sunday.
Penthouse Playboy will be piloted by Johnny Allen on the minimum 64kg over 4600m
Will stay all day, looking forward to it.


Congratulations on having a runner in this exciting high prizemoney race. Curious to know how long ago Weir set him for the race. I notice PP seemed to lose his way a little in a couple of races over 2300m and 2100m. Was this because Weir was training him for 4600m, or did he have a bit of a setback?


Cheers

This race has always been on the agenda, it’s been extremely difficult to place this horse. Finding suitable races in his grade is a nightmare, dropping back in trip around the unsuitable Horsham track was our only option - no other races in his distance range at that time. Have always felt he would relish the extended trip and it was a target to get him to 3000m at Moonee Valley but we weren’t sure his rating would be high enough, it’s hard to improve your rating when there are limited races to pick from. That’s part of the problem why Australian strayers struggle, the calendar and programming is not exactly helping. But anyway, we think he can win and so do the stable. John Allen was given the choice between stable mates and opted to jump off Truly High, who beat us last start, to ride our horse. It’s going to be a hard task, but he is certainly going to give it his best.
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Cheers. Good luck. Gives every impression on both breeding and form that will relish the trip. Only negative is he doesn't always attack the line - a lot of narrow defeats.
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Whilst these 2 long distance high weights are interesting because of their distances they probably highlight what is wrong with our trainers.

Just looking at one horse, it took 43 starts for him to grt beyond a mile.





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Originally posted by djebel djebel wrote:

Whilst these 2 long distance high weights are interesting because of their distances they probably highlight what is wrong with our trainers.

Just looking at one horse, it took 43 starts for him to grt beyond a mile.



I assume you’re referring to GRASSINI. Those first 40-odd starts were with the original trainer, Brian Cox. Credit to the current trainer Brett Charry for actually unearthing the horses stamina and having him race at 2400m plus most of his next 50 starts.
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Grassini doesn't owe Brett Charry a thing.

Purchased for $5500 as a tried horse, the son of Universal Prince has won the Charry family more than $150,000 since joining their stable in 2015.

But the 10-year-old has done a lot more than just bolster their finances.

Grassini is a much-loved member of the tight-knit Bendigo family and he's the tonic that's helped them through one of the toughest periods of their lives as Brett's wife Roxanne has battled breast cancer.

It's why - win, lose or draw - Charry will be beaming with pride when his veteran stayer tackles Sunday's $300,000 Jericho Cup (4600m) at Warrnambool.

"He is an old warrior," Charry said.

"We bought him three years ago.

"He used to sprint but we couldn't get him to run outside on a dark night.

"The further we sent him, the better he raced and his breeding always suggested to us that he was a stayer and that's what he's become.

"He's loved by the family.

"Roxanne had cancer but you wouldn't know to look at her, she's a tough battler too like the horse.

"She's leading him around now and she lives and breathes him."

Grassini is the rank outsider at $126 in BetEasy's Jericho Cup market and while he's not expecting a fairytale result, Charry has a sneaking suspicion that the hardy gelding will relish the unique 4600-metre staying test.

The galloper's career-best performances have come over two miles - a pair of hurdle wins at Warrnambool either side of a 3200-metre flat win at Echuca on Melbourne Cup Day last year - and Charry is optimistic Grassini can prove his mettle against the might of Weir, Freedman and Wilde in a similar manner to inaugural Jericho Cup winner Bill The Bastard all those years ago.

"I'm not going there thinking he's going to win it but he's in there and that's a huge thrill for us," Charry said.

"We know there's a lot of horses that are going to beat him over two miles but we're just not sure over three.

"He does whack away.

"Some of them will go and stop but he'll just keep going through the line."
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Crafty Cruiser is an 11-year-old war horse who has covered more ground in his races than a drive from Melbourne to Warrnambool.

On Sunday he will line up for start 143 in the inaugural Jericho Cup (4600m), the country’s longest flat race with roots in the first world war.

The Warrnambool race was created in honour of the Lighthorsemen and the three-mile race they staged in Jericho, Palestine a century ago.

“You’d want the toughest horse in the race to win to celebrate what those tough horses did and Crafty is the toughest,” Torquay trainer Bryce Stanaway said.

“I’d go to war with him. I tell you there wouldn’t be a better horse to have in that situation. He’d be able to carry a few soldiers on his back.”

Making it even more fitting is that Stanway said one of his relatives was in the Lighthorseman.

If you lined Crafty Cruiser’s 142 career starts up end-to-end the tough old gelding would have covered 335km. Melbourne to Warrnambool is 260km.

He has amassed almost $950,000 in prizemoney at a rate of $2.80 a metre.

He hasn’t won since April — 17 starts ago — but Stanaway still has not set an end date.

“As soon as something is wrong with him he’ll be retired,” he said. “Even if that doesn’t happen it could still be on Sunday.”

Stanaway said when he gives Crafty Cruiser a couple of days off, the gelding is pushing on his gate wanting to get out to get worked as he loved it.

“What I’ve done is look after him, which is why he’s been able to have so much racing,” he said. “I just put the miles into his legs.

“How many horses do you see have 10 to 15 starts and break down? They’re the ones which people should be talking about.”

Stanaway has already mapped Crafty Cruiser’s future beyond the track — horses are banned from racing in Victoria beyond the age of 12.

“He’ll go to my sister’s grandchildren on the North Island (New Zealand) and he’ll go showjumping,” he said.

Crafty Cruiser was at his best in 2013 when he won the Ansett Stakes at Mornington, finished third in the Sandown Cup and fourth in the Geelong Cup and Bart Cummings Stakes.

Stanaway had said he would retire Crafty Cruiser when he earned more than $1 million — a feat he would pull of with a win on Sunday.

The trainer believes the 4600m of the Jericho Cup will be in Crafty Cruiser’s favour and thinks his odds of $51 is crazy.

“If there’s give in the track he’ll give it one hell of a scare,” he said.

CRAFTY CRUISER

11-year-old gelding

Starts: 142: 13 wins, 20 seconds, 15 thirds.

Prizemoney: $948,141

Distance covered: 335,437 metres

Prizemoney won per metre: $2.82

WINX

Starts: 39: 33-3-0

Prizemoney: $22,934,925

Distance covered: 65,360 metres

Prizemoney won per metre: $350.90

BLACK CAVIAR

Starts: 25-0-0

Prizemoney: $7,953,936

Distance covered: 29,000 metres

Prizemoney won per metre: $274.27
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Chris Ryan is in the box seat for the $25k bonus.

From today’s winning trainers at Warrnambool, the one with the least amount of horses in work will win $25,000

Chris won race 2 and only has two in work.
Can only see one that could knock him off and that is Bill Wilde who has Duecourse in race 6 - he only has the one horse.
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Hello My Friend, 4yo mare by Americain, wins the golden ticket to next years race.
Trained by Charlotte Littlefield whose time is flying.
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Great training effort. Virtually first prep and not raced beyond 2200m prior to today.

Can't wait for the main event. Hope this race takes off in years to come. Give Penthouse Playboy strength today!
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Don't know we're she has popped up from? But does seem to have very good idea
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Hayfields Racing is her business, website below if you would like to check out her history.

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