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    Posted: 27 Oct 2018 at 7:08pm
What a fabulous mating & I love that she's from the 9c family! Gee that Needs Further suits a lot of mares Clap

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Experience is something you gain a few minutes after you could have used it!
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glad to hear it Gay. I have 3 fillies from him so I am wrapped that Armidale took the punt. Will be selling one from Spirit In the Feb sale. after that effort hopefully we get a decent price.
Star - racing,Rebel - racing in 2 months, Attie - spelling, Lionel - first prep-still holding up, Brandy - commencing first prep.
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Wherever she goes next prep I'll be following.
Sunline...simply supreme
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I agree Sunline, as long as they do not get to greedy they will have a lot of fun with her.

Looks a Australian Guineas, Coolmore mare to my eye, and having the light spring should allow her to mature a little bit more.

Good times ahead!
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Originally posted by Gay3 Gay3 wrote:

What a fabulous mating & I love that she's from the 9c family! Gee that Needs Further suits a lot of mares Clap

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Got a weanling colt by Needs Further out of a Reset mare so pretty pleased that it could be a nick that works
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Huge win
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Resumes tonight at Launceston.

Like everyone else here, l've got a big opinion of this girl.

I won't be launching into the $1.30 tonight though

l could see her winning something like the Myer in the spring.
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She was high up in the votes the other day. Dropped off a touch now
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fantastic win tonight in the Lady Lynette, last on the turn. wins by a length. final 200 in 10.43 seconds.

hope she get a run
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Just watched replay, what an enormous win! Do yourself a favour and check it out
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Star - racing,Rebel - racing in 2 months, Attie - spelling, Lionel - first prep-still holding up, Brandy - commencing first prep.
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She's a star.
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Massive again today, what a
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Stallion is really stacking up Heavy. more to come I reckon
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https://www.tasracing.com.au/replays/10022019-thoroughbreds-hobart/ then go to Race 5.

She was bred by Ralph Zito
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This horse is a freak
Karl and Susan Kennedy are my heroes
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So why does a jockey that can't make a living in his own state , outride our best? Because as I have said before? There is nothing between the best (or the best on the list that's printed) and good jockeys. There are a lot of good jockeys. But the press? But all these gurus think jockey X is a star . But reality is there is little between them. Light weights get more opportunities. C Williams proves that
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What a win, she is a star, won with ease

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Yeah, this is something special. Just for a filly to do that in a Guineas is pretty big in of itself.
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Originally posted by Straight arrow Straight arrow wrote:

So why does a jockey that can't make a living in his own state , outride our best? Because as I have said before? There is nothing between the best (or the best on the list that's printed) and good jockeys. There are a lot of good jockeys. But the press? But all these gurus think jockey X is a star . But reality is there is little between them. Light weights get more opportunities. C Williams proves that

One thing that worried me is that trainer said she doesn't like being boxed in. I only saw it live so far, but it seemed like Darmanin had a bit (well, a lot actually) of luck but also eased her just enough at times to keep her comfortable enough to produce her finish. Great to watch. I hope he stays on her.
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Probably? And it looks like trainer was wrong! Horse loved racing on inside. But if got beat? Would not of being saying great run? They would of sacked jockey for ridding it great because they seem to think it can't win inside? So who was wrong? But that is what goes on in this game? Most are guessing
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Lol fair enough. I just noticed during the run that the jock seemed to make sure the horse had enough space around throughout. Beautiful, and charmed, ride.
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Tassie horse by Tassie based sire.  Armidale Stud and Slowdown must be cheering now. 
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According to McAvaney she is the first tassie trained horse to win a Group 1 since Malua in the later 1800’s
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Gee what about Sydeston and Piping Lane just two I think came out of Tassy.
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Originally posted by furious furious wrote:

Gee what about Sydeston and Piping Lane just two I think came out of Tassy.


When they won they were trained out of Victoria I believe.
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I think Bob Hoystead trained Sydeston when he went to Victoria and George Hanlon had Piping Lane when he won the cup. Apparently he took him on reluctantly and only as a favour to Ray Trinder who owned him in Devonport. 

Mystic Journey was very impressive today
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And Des Judd trained the tassie owned Beer Street winner of the Caulfield Cup fwiw,
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Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

And Des Judd trained the tassie owned Beer Street winner of the Caulfield Cup fwiw,


Beer Street did the Herbert Power - Caulfield Cup double in 1970
It's always good when a WA horse does well in the Eastern States or abroad.
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Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

And Des Judd trained the tassie owned Beer Street winner of the Caulfield Cup fwiw,


Beer Street did the Herbert Power - Caulfield Cup double in 1970

Des had the sister as well, Gin Lane, had ability but not a good doer and lacked a little strength.
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