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Brilliant, all the best with him SC!
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Yeh finally something for the comps which can gallop.  I've only had bad ones the last few years.  All the luck in the world SC.  I'll barrack from the sidelines.
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Nice one SC Thumbs Up

Unfortunately, our Flying Artie filly went from a pre-Xmas fait accompli to arytenoid chondritis and might have a career, if you're lucky. 
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That's unfortunate news RH.  Ouch  But hopefully not a life sentence.

Would be interested for you to remind me of its breeding, as am commencing a database of "suspect " sires in relation to similarly affected horses.  By pm if more appropriate, but no obligation on you either way.
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Wow, impressive SC. Hope he gives you a Spring bonus. Smile
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Good one, SC.
Whats happening with the Blackfriars horse ?
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Here you go AA

Blackfriars X Dreamalong Horse Report

 

Hello Allan and Cheryl,

The Blackfriars x Dreamalong gelding will have been spelling for 11 weeks as of tomorrow and is scheduled to return to the stable in about a fortnight. He's a typical slow-maturing Blackfriars type who we're obviously going to have to be patient with, however, we're looking forward to getting him back into training for another educational preparation when a box becomes available at our stable.

 

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Has he got a name yet SC  ?  So I can black book him .
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Originally posted by Second Chance Second Chance wrote:

That's unfortunate news RH.  Ouch  But hopefully not a life sentence.

Would be interested for you to remind me of its breeding, as am commencing a database of "suspect " sires in relation to similarly affected horses.  By pm if more appropriate, but no obligation on you either way.
Flying Artie x Bleue Pepite (Fastnet Rock). 4th dam is Rolls.... if it is heritable, you should have a significant sample as evidence.

She was (is) named Flying Barty. A few of us thought she’d damaged the cartilage whilst screaming & vomiting in hysterics over the pox name she’d been given LOL
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Now that I check arytenoid chondritis isn't believed to be hereditary like some other breathing issues.  Embarrassed

It's a pity nonetheless, particularly as her 3/4 relation Ruban Blue is a pretty handy galloper and it's a nice female family.
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Originally posted by Second Chance Second Chance wrote:

Our I Am Invincible colt, now named Vinlago, had a jump out today. 





Best of luck Saturday SC Thumbs Up
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Yes SC, what Ted said. Thumbs Up I had him picked as one to follow from the sale.
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Originally posted by Taxidriver Taxidriver wrote:

Here is my two bob's worth.

Of the lots I saw these are the ones I thought stood out on type. I ignored those that were well above my pay grade.

Book 1

Colts

178 Capitalist * Chipanda (Sepoy)                $200k
303   Shalaa * Fimatino (NASD)                     $160k. My No.1.
451   Air Force Blue * La Bella Luisa (Clang)    $150k
770   Capitalist * Silent Cash (Secret Savings) $120k.

Fillies

180   American Pharoah * Choice of Colours (RC) $260k
458   Shalaa * Lady Moura (RC)                          $325k
716   Capitalist * Sagaronne (Real Saga)             $110k
786   Savabeel * Society Lady (OReilly)               $330k  My No. 1.

Book 2

913   Divine Prophet * Jetting to London (Jet Spur)  $160k
959   Your Song * Queenofthegalaxies (NM)             $24k

Did struggle to find any from Baramul that pleased the eye. I was not alone it seems.



Congrats to the TaxiDriver on selecting the Millions winner with his No1 colt in the sale. At a very reasonable price too of 160K. Fair effort that. The taxidrivers always get the good mail. Wink
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Well remembered Vivarchi & thanks for bringing it up Thumbs Up Bloody sensational selecting by Taxidriver, with such a massive number to choose from, not to mention by a 1st season sire ClapClapClap

Shaquero Dominant in Magic Millions 2yo Classic

Mark Smith - Saturday January 16

After giving his first season sire Shalaa (IRE) the best possible to his career when winning the Breeders' Plate at Randwick, Shaquero provided champion trainer Chris Waller with his first win in the $2million Magic Millions 2yo Classic (RL) at the Gold Coast on Saturday.


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Great work taxi, where ever you are.

Probably necking himself for not buying itLOL in real life
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