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And to further add to the incredible farce, am almost reliably informed the late LR80 had his house on the favourite.  

ps can't really decide on a Cry  or a Clap to end the above offering.  Confused
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Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

Chad Schofield's reaction as he keeps looking over his shoulder thinking WTF ! The good old Pakistan Star has a mind of his own and clearly didn't want to be there today. Have they heard of spelling horses or are they all money hungry asian grubs?

Callan Murray is a douche by celebrating with the flailing of his left arm (with the whip). I'm looking forward to seeing whether the stewards throw the book at him for that. All it takes is an eye to another horse or jock and then you've got a massive problem.
Sounds like someones having their period... ShockedWink
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Money hungry Asian grubs?

Not a nice thing to say at all
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Originally posted by Second Chance Second Chance wrote:

And to further add to the incredible farce, am almost reliably informed the late LR80 had his house on the favourite.  

ps can't really decide on a Cry  or a Clap to end the above offering.  Confused
You're a grub.
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Originally posted by Lexawin Lexawin wrote:

Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

Chad Schofield's reaction as he keeps looking over his shoulder thinking WTF ! The good old Pakistan Star has a mind of his own and clearly didn't want to be there today. Have they heard of spelling horses or are they all money hungry asian grubs?

Callan Murray is a douche by celebrating with the flailing of his left arm (with the whip). I'm looking forward to seeing whether the stewards throw the book at him for that. All it takes is an eye to another horse or jock and then you've got a massive problem.

Sounds like someones having their period... ShockedWink


Casual racism is not acceptable. I am of the belief that this is a reincarnation
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Originally posted by SkyDancer SkyDancer wrote:

Originally posted by Lexawin Lexawin wrote:

Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

Chad Schofield's reaction as he keeps looking over his shoulder thinking WTF ! The good old Pakistan Star has a mind of his own and clearly didn't want to be there today. Have they heard of spelling horses or are they all money hungry asian grubs?

Callan Murray is a douche by celebrating with the flailing of his left arm (with the whip). I'm looking forward to seeing whether the stewards throw the book at him for that. All it takes is an eye to another horse or jock and then you've got a massive problem.

Sounds like someones having their period... ShockedWink


Casual racism is not acceptable. I am of the belief that this is a reincarnation
Tell me about bear bile... Ouch
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Originally posted by SkyDancer SkyDancer wrote:

Originally posted by Lexawin Lexawin wrote:

Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

Chad Schofield's reaction as he keeps looking over his shoulder thinking WTF ! The good old Pakistan Star has a mind of his own and clearly didn't want to be there today. Have they heard of spelling horses or are they all money hungry asian grubs?

Callan Murray is a douche by celebrating with the flailing of his left arm (with the whip). I'm looking forward to seeing whether the stewards throw the book at him for that. All it takes is an eye to another horse or jock and then you've got a massive problem.

Sounds like someones having their period... ShockedWink


Casual racism is not acceptable. I am of the belief that this is a reincarnation


Westerners aren't money hungry. This is a scientifically proven fact....

I think you need to substitute the word "casual" for "moronic".
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Without Asians we wouldn't be here. This country would be up Sh!t creek without a paddle (even worse than what we already are)
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Said in a different way, Flamethrower kind of had a point. Why was he still racing and not spelling? Been up the entire season. 
I dont blame the horse for saying stuff you all today.
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Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

Chad Schofield's reaction as he keeps looking over his shoulder thinking WTF ! The good old Pakistan Star has a mind of his own and clearly didn't want to be there today. Have they heard of spelling horses or are they all money hungry asian grubs?

Callan Murray is a douche by celebrating with the flailing of his left arm (with the whip). I'm looking forward to seeing whether the stewards throw the book at him for that. All it takes is an eye to another horse or jock and then you've got a massive problem.

Pathetic comment re- asians shameful
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The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 
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Please refrain from further racist remarks Unhappy
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Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 

You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
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Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 

You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.
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I didn't mean for that comment to come off the way it did. My point was simply to express the fact that the asian folk seem to flog their horses to death over there. How many times do you go to the well with Pakistan Star? The horse has endured a VERY LONG preparation, threw the toys out of the pram, clearly has had enough and wants a spell. Is that too difficult for owners to understand?
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And I didn't have a cent on the race BTW. The abuse Joao copped from the asians in the parade ring post-race was disgusting.
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Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 


You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.


Anyone who has payed any attention to thoroughbred, harness or particularly greyhound racing in this country will realise the scant regard SOME in theses industries have for animal welfare. Your attempts to put a racial angle on this are quite frankly laughable.
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Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 


You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.


Anyone who has payed any attention to thoroughbred, harness or particularly greyhound racing in this country will realise the scant regard SOME in theses industries have for animal welfare. Your attempts to put a racial angle on this are quite frankly laughable.
I'm not putting a racial angle on this, I'm pointing out hypocrisy.

You however, are being deliberately obtuse.
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Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

And I didn't have a cent on the race BTW. The abuse Joao copped from the asians in the parade ring post-race was disgusting.


I think for the 1/5on favourite to perform like that he's lucky he got the saddling ring in one piece....

Poor punters who didn't get a fair run @ $1.20...

And it was funny watching the punters in the TAB by Queen Victoria Market during and after the race!

Thanks4Coming!
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Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 


You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.


Anyone who has payed any attention to thoroughbred, harness or particularly greyhound racing in this country will realise the scant regard SOME in theses industries have for animal welfare. Your attempts to put a racial angle on this are quite frankly laughable.
I'm not putting a racial angle on this, I'm pointing out hypocrisy.

You however, are being deliberately obtuse.


'Course you're not, sweetheart.
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I'd rather be a horse in Australia not up to standard than a horse ( or any animal ) not up to standard in almost any Asian country.


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Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 


You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.


Anyone who has payed any attention to thoroughbred, harness or particularly greyhound racing in this country will realise the scant regard SOME in theses industries have for animal welfare. Your attempts to put a racial angle on this are quite frankly laughable.
I'm not putting a racial angle on this, I'm pointing out hypocrisy.

You however, are being deliberately obtuse.


'Course you're not, sweetheart.
Be carefully up their on your high horse, chief.
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Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

Originally posted by JudgeHolden JudgeHolden wrote:

Originally posted by Sneck Sneck wrote:

The virtue signalling is a joke.

I've seen plenty of you on here be very critical of racing in Asia and their treatment of horses.

I don't want to throw anybody under the bus but there's been alot comments made more tactfully but with similar implications. 


You mean like the 30,000 odd horses that are bred in this country every year to be flogged around racetracks are wagering tools. The ones who are good enough that is. Probably don't want to know what happens to the rest of them. But the Asians...
I love Hong Kong racing.

However, you should go around the traps and ask for advice/opinions about taking a horse to Singapore and see what the response is. In fact, I'm quite sure you already know what it will be.


Anyone who has payed any attention to thoroughbred, harness or particularly greyhound racing in this country will realise the scant regard SOME in theses industries have for animal welfare. Your attempts to put a racial angle on this are quite frankly laughable.
I'm not putting a racial angle on this, I'm pointing out hypocrisy.

You however, are being deliberately obtuse.


'Course you're not, sweetheart.
Be carefully up their on your high horse, chief.


Dont worry...no Asians around...think I'm safe.
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Originally posted by Brudder_A Brudder_A wrote:

Originally posted by Flamethrower Flamethrower wrote:

And I didn't have a cent on the race BTW. The abuse Joao copped from the asians in the parade ring post-race was disgusting.


I think for the 1/5on favourite to perform like that he's lucky he got the saddling ring in one piece....

Poor punters who didn't get a fair run @ $1.20...

And it was funny watching the punters in the TAB by Queen Victoria Market during and after the race!

Thanks4Coming!


Yes, because it was all Joao's fault....he should be strong enough to force a 500kg beast to run.....Confused
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Virtue signalling. Lol. You're trotted that puerile and simplistic nonsense out previously. The sort of thing a mental tryst between Pauline Hanson and David Leyonhjelm might produce.
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Originally posted by 3blindmice 3blindmice wrote:

Virtue signalling. Lol. You're trotted that puerile and simplistic nonsense out previously. The sort of thing a mental tryst between Pauline Hanson and David Leyonhjelm might produce.
What do you do for a living?

I'll steer clear, wouldn't trust you to walk my dog.
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You have a dog (which you care for)? Perhaps you're not quite the ass you appear although I wouldn't put someone else's money on it.
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