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WA becomes the dumping ground for rubbish eastern states sires and obscure overseas stallions.

greedy stud managers and bloodstock agents who should know better dont help,

And those with the deepest pockets, usually of the back of mining interests, get sucked in, egos rubbed.

The biggest owner uses eastern based stallions. otherwise his mares are mainly WA lines.

Considering the horse population WA does ok. 


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Tasmania has just as good a record as WA in last 10 years off a vastly smaller base.
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Quilista has been sold to Aquis
Will race on this prep in Qld under Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
Karl and Susan Kennedy are my heroes
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Whispering Brook was the headline act on a big day for WA owners and breeders when she sold for $1.1 million at the Magic Millions Gold Coast national broodmare sale yesterday.

WA’s champion two-year-old in 2016, Whispering Brook was bought by Japanese owner and breeder Katsumi Yoshida in conjunction with Arrowfield Stud.

The daughter of the late Yarraman Stud stallion Hinchinbrook, she won her first five races for trainer Simon Miller, including the Group 2 Karrakatta Plate (1200m).

She won another five races for Darren Weir, highlighted by the Group 2 Australia Stakes at Moonee Valley in January.

Managing owner Alan MacAlister was thrilled with yesterday’s result.

“Everyone’s happy,” he said. “I had Magnifisio who won a Group 1, but what this horse did as a two-year-old was absolutely incredible.

“She’s one of the best two-year-olds WA has ever had. Now I’ve got to find the next one.”

Quilista’s fairytale was completed when the WA-bred and owned mare sold to Aquis Farm for $950,000.

Bought by part-owner and original trainer Justin Warwick for $10,000 as a yearling, Quilista won nine races, including the Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill, and more than $800,000 in prize money and bonuses.

Brilliant mare Dainty Tess was bought by WA’s Yarradale Stud for $300,000. Group 1-placed mare Missrock fetched the top price of $2.3 million, sold to UK buyers John and Jake Warren.
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

WA becomes the dumping ground for rubbish eastern states sires and obscure overseas stallions.

greedy stud managers and bloodstock agents who should know better dont help,

And those with the deepest pockets, usually of the back of mining interests, get sucked in, egos rubbed.

The biggest owner uses eastern based stallions. otherwise his mares are mainly WA lines.

Considering the horse population WA does ok. 




WA racing is not as good as racing in Melbourne and Sydney but every so often a.WA.horse will go east and do well. WA horses have won Group 1s in the east from 1000m to 3200m in the past 20 years
It's always good when a WA horse does well in the Eastern States or abroad.
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It's always good when a WA horse does well in the Eastern States or abroad.
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Boom Time ran below par on Saturday at Caulfield.

I reckon he has probably had enough. He's.not the same. Has there been any news from the Hayes.and Dabernig stable about the future for Boom Time? I reckon he should be retired.
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Will keep pressing on
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Originally posted by SkyDancer SkyDancer wrote:

Will keep pressing on


Ok interesting. It's a wonder they didn't aim Boom Time at a Brisbane Cup. There is not much around 8n Melbourne and Sydney.
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Boom Time has been retired
It's always good when a WA horse does well in the Eastern States or abroad.
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Already posted in the relevant Boom Time thread
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Originally posted by crooked_gambler crooked_gambler wrote:

Already posted in the relevant Boom Time thread


I'm aware of that
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You like the sound of your own voice, don't you Jamal?
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Well if that's how you want to interpret things then go right ahead but sadly..I disagree and I'm sure most others on here would disagree with you as well.

Edited by Gay3 - 09 Jun 2019 at 10:27am
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Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

You like the sound of your own voice, don't you Jamal?


And you dont feel guilty of that afros?

Hypocrite.




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Reflect afros, reflect on you negative posts.

Go for it Jamal

its always great to follow WA horses when they make the grade of eastern states racing and breeding.

Something of a holy grail. 
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Yep well said. It's always good when a WA horse (bred and/Or traines) goes east and competes in the best races in Australia and does well.

Edited by Gay3 - 09 Jun 2019 at 10:28am
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Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

You like the sound of your own voice, don't you Jamal?


Well if that's how you want to interpret things then go right ahead but sadly..I disagree and I'm sure most others on here would disagree with you as well.


Frankly I just find your blind parochialism toward WA horses quite tiresome, especially your claim anything with the slightest link to the West approach.

Also no need to discuss his retirement in two seperate threads. Hence the like the sound of your own voice comment.
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Very impressive return to the track from Battle Storm yesterday
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Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

You like the sound of your own voice, don't you Jamal?


Well if that's how you want to interpret things then go right ahead but sadly..I disagree and I'm sure most others on here would disagree with you as well.


Frankly I just find your blind parochialism toward WA horses quite tiresome, especially your claim anything with the slightest link to the West approach.

Also no need to discuss his retirement in two seperate threads. Hence the like the sound of your own voice comment.


Do you actually read my comments. When I speak I speak in facts. The horses I mention on here are connected to WA in terms of being bred in WA and/Or WA trained.

So what is your issue about me talking in facts. If you find my dialogue "tiresome" then pit me on ignore or block me. Simple. By the way no one else has an issue with what I have to say...so that says a lot doesn't...only you seek to have the problem(s)
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Originally posted by Shrunk in the Wash Shrunk in the Wash wrote:

Very impressive return to the track from Battle Storm yesterday



Am hoping Battle Storm heads east at some stage
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Moderators, how is jamals promotion of WA horses any different to other posters self promoting their own horses and achievements?

How to discourage posters 101.
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Afros is trolling you jamal.
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Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Afros is trolling you jamal.


I know Afros is being a troll, however I won't put up with being hammered for doing something that is not wrong. By all means hold me to acco i nt for doing something wrong on this forum but when I haven't done anything- No way will I just there and cop it. Hopefully the mods will take action and remove Alfros from this forum...his behaviour is not to be tolerated. Simple as that.

Over to you mods - your turn to take action.
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Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

You like the sound of your own voice, don't you Jamal?


Well if that's how you want to interpret things then go right ahead but sadly..I disagree and I'm sure most others on here would disagree with you as well.


Frankly I just find your blind parochialism toward WA horses quite tiresome, especially your claim anything with the slightest link to the West approach.

Also no need to discuss his retirement in two seperate threads. Hence the like the sound of your own voice comment.


Do you actually read my comments. When I speak I speak in facts. The horses I mention on here are connected to WA in terms of being bred in WA and/Or WA trained.

So what is your issue about me talking in facts. If you find my dialogue "tiresome" then pit me on ignore or block me. Simple. By the way no one else has an issue with what I have to say...so that says a lot doesn't...only you seek to have the problem(s)


By your logic a horse bred in WA, owned trained and raced in say Vic is a West Aussie, another horse bred in NSW, owned trained and raced in WA is a West Aussie, you can't have it both ways, its blind parochialism at its finest and when I've mentioned it before you've just sooked that you're just a proud West Aussie.
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Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Afros is trolling you jamal.


I know Afros is being a troll, however I won't put up with being hammered for doing something that is not wrong. By all means hold me to acco i nt for doing something wrong on this forum but when I haven't done anything- No way will I just there and cop it. Hopefully the mods will take action and remove Alfros from this forum...his behaviour is not to be tolerated. Simple as that.

Over to you mods - your turn to take action.


Because I disagree with you and call you out on it? Just because I disagree with you doesn't mean I should be banned, your opinion is not fact.
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Bob Peters had 4 starters yesterday for 3 winners  in Perth.
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Originally posted by Afros Afros wrote:

Originally posted by Jamal Jamal wrote:

Originally posted by Isaac soloman Isaac soloman wrote:

Afros is trolling you jamal.


I know Afros is being a troll, however I won't put up with being hammered for doing something that is not wrong. By all means hold me to acco i nt for doing something wrong on this forum but when I haven't done anything- No way will I just there and cop it. Hopefully the mods will take action and remove Alfros from this forum...his behaviour is not to be tolerated. Simple as that.

Over to you mods - your turn to take action.


Storm in a teacup, chill out, agree to disagree? 😊


Because I disagree with you and call you out on it? Just because I disagree with you doesn't mean I should be banned, your opinion is not fact.
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Afos you are doing a reasonable job at the promotion of WA horses etc yourself by informing us of what jamal is posting.

Look at  it that way Jamal.

However his attacks discourages decent posters.

I thought that was against the rules.
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Lindsey Smith is looking forward to coming to Victoria.

Will be something else for afros to complain about.
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