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Pretty sure D Hayes sees all his horses everyday.
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Originally posted by Rusty101 Rusty101 wrote:

Pretty sure D Hayes sees all his horses everyday.


I also have horses in that stable (well documented here)

He does not see them all everyday.
He has stables at Euroa, Flemington, Randwick and Adelaide.
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I’d be concerned if a trainer with that many horses actually saw them all everyday.... when do they eat, sleep or see their families- that’s not good for anyone
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rusty101 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2018 at 4:27pm
Originally posted by tillyras tillyras wrote:

Originally posted by Rusty101 Rusty101 wrote:

Pretty sure D Hayes sees all his horses everyday.


I also have horses in that stable (well documented here)

He does not see them all everyday.
He has stables at Euroa, Flemington, Randwick and Adelaide.


That's a stretch....he spends plenty of time in Melb, his horses are mostly visitors to Sydney then straight home again and Adelaide who cares.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tillyras Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2018 at 4:32pm
Originally posted by Rusty101 Rusty101 wrote:

Originally posted by tillyras tillyras wrote:

Originally posted by Rusty101 Rusty101 wrote:

Pretty sure D Hayes sees all his horses everyday.


I also have horses in that stable (well documented here)

He does not see them all everyday.
He has stables at Euroa, Flemington, Randwick and Adelaide.



That's a stretch....he spends plenty of time in Melb, his horses are mostly visitors to Sydney then straight home again and Adelaide who cares.




He has permenant staff in sydney and Adelaide, but you clearly can’t comprehend factual information.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tillyras Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2018 at 4:34pm
Btw He only goes to Flemington two days a week max.

Spends most of his time at Euroa
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tillyras Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2018 at 4:38pm
Lindsay Park stables located on course at Randwick offer direct access to the course proper.

The block on Doncaster Avenue comprises 8 boxes and a house. Lindsay Park uses the Randwick track facilities including an equine swimming pool and walking machines.

Lindsay Park has access to stables located on course at Morphettville in Adelaide. With a long history in South Australia, the stable regularly sends runners to race in Adelaide and the surrounding area.






From his website... anything else you want to know?
Ask me, I’ve had runners with Weir for 15 years and Hayes family going back to when CS was training. I know how both businesses operate back to front.
But Clearly you think you know better
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You're talking about Interstate satellite stables, nice twist by Skippy but totally different argument.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tillyras Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 May 2018 at 4:54pm
Originally posted by Rusty101 Rusty101 wrote:

You're talking about Interstate satellite stables, nice twist by Skippy but totally different argument.


You said Hayes sees ever horse every day.
I told you he doesn’t.
You said I’m wrong.
I proved you wrong.

Move on
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Reckon best thing you can do for Weir Tily is not to comment....you're def not helping his cause mate.
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The bottom line is 'the proof of the pudding's in the eating' Tongue
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fair dinkum there are Weir haters and people that know what there talking about, still no one saying anything about Wallers operation
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Can only comment on my experiences.
I wouldn’t have a clue how Waller operates, never had dealings with him.
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$1.75 Tommorow.

Too short for mine.

Obviously the best horse in the race however carrying 60.5kg I think he is at risk of getting beat.
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Everyone is making this horse their lay of the day tomorrow. Poor thing. Will likely drift to around $3.00.
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Bookies price. Agree will blow - a lot. Ducimus form looks good. If he parades well there's no doubt he can win tho.
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Weir will win the race. Just a matter of which horse.
If the real Nature Strip turns up he will bolt in.
But if the cat that we’ve seen of late turns up, he will struggle to beat the ambulance home
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Maybe he misses his special feed top ups .....
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One 'average' run on his CV - over 1200m, beaten a length on a soft track, when they ran faster time than Shoals. 

Hype means bookies can offer rubbish odds and many punters will still take them 
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Originally posted by ThreeBears ThreeBears wrote:

Maybe he misses his special feed top ups .....


Shouldn't be a problem
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That will shut a few up. 
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1.02.26 very good time
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Looked great, had to back him
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Thriving down at the beach
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He's back. The Weir polish has done the trick.
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Think so? Even Weir said he turned up in great shape. 4th up, fit, perfect distance, ridden a treat for once.
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No question Weir looks to have improved him now lets see how he campaigns him.

I suspect he will rest now till the spring, that win should boost his rating well into the 90s.

The problem will be when he gets into the typical Weir fortnightly racing grind.



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Originally posted by 3blindmice 3blindmice wrote:

Think so? Even Weir said he turned up in great shape. 4th up, fit, perfect distance, ridden a treat for once.


Weir was being very diplomatic.


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Wonder how many times weir has seen him
Seems to me the others do the training, a lot
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Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Wonder how many times weir has seen him
Seems to me the others do the training, a lot


I should imagine plenty, given he's trained at Darrens' home base Tongue
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