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  • 17 Winning picks last Saturday and a further 11 managed to run the place. Don't expect this to happen too often however we are now in the best time zone for picking winners as Spring is here and that means all the good horses come out to play for the big prizemoney. Hope you managed to hop aboard a few last week including Triple Ace which was the Late Late Mail selection and it arrived at $20.
    Of course the big news here remains Covid-19 and the lockdowns. Victoria has now hit the world record for the longest lockdown and the workers are revolting. Some large gatherings have taken place in the last few days and the police turnout has been fierce with a fine around AUD$5,000 if you are arrested and found guilty of not having a bloody good reason, or a permit, allowing you to being out and about. Of course protests have their downsides for police too, particularly when a 72 year old grandmother was pushed to the ground, fell and hurt the back of her head, and then was sprayed twice in the face by police. Not a good look for the Police Force as this was captured on tape and replayed many times on home television sets.
    And yesterday the protest mob decided to use the Victorian Shrine of Remembrance as their staging post to voice their anger at ongoing lockdowns, particularly within the construction industry, which of course went down like a lead balloon to all of us that know the reasons why the Shrine was erected. Not a good move from the Hi-vis clan.
    The other news dominating our screens is the curtailment of the French submarine contract that Australia had for outdated subs that were behind in construction time and were suffering cost blow outs. Of course the French Prime Minister has had a dummy spit and that hasn't helped Australia but probably is a good move domestically for him.
    Enough of the local news...lets move ahead with racing matters and see if we can pick some winners again this Saturday.
    On the personal punting scene this week I have had 44 bets so far. Results were good with 13 winners to date, 9 ran second and 3 ran third. Best winners were Triple Ace ($20) and He's A Balter ($7). Hopefully I can add a few more winners before the weekend arrives.!!
    Saturday racing for the events below commences with Rosehill at 11.55am AEST, which converts to 2.55am London time. The final race will be at Belmont in Western Australia at 17.30pm AEST which should be around 8.30am London time. Not sure why Western Australia has changed its timetable to make their races two hours earlier but I suspect its because someone thinks that by doing so their turnover in WA will increase due to better patronage from Eastern Australian bettors.
    So here are the early fields for Saturday and the selections will go up am tomorrow (Friday) followed on Saturday morning by the deletion of scratchings, addition of late mail, and then about two hours later the final update will be the Late Late Mail where we try and sniff out market movers at value prices.
    Hope you enjoy the day and you manage to find a winner or three and your punting Bank for the day concludes in the black.
    Please take care and stay safe.


    TOOWOOMBA:
    R1 no 2 Fortified
    R3 no 4 Lyrical Girl 3rd
    R4 no 4 Mishani Embrace
    R5 no 2 Whitewater


    ROSEHILL:
    R4 no 6 No Compromise
    R5 no 2 Home Affairs.. Won $7 .no 3 Pauele 2nd is the late mail
    R6 no 10 Love Tap 4th
    R7 no 2 Entrieve 4th
    R8 no 1 Anamoe 2nd
    R9 no 6 Profondo 2nd
    R10 no 5 Kiku

    SANDOWN:
    R1 no 4 Esta La Roca Won $2.80
    R2 no 12 Sirileo Miss Won $2.50
    R3 no 7 Taunting.....no 2 Sandy Prince Scr is the late mail
    R4 no 5 Literary Magnate
    R5 no 2 Elephant. Won $2.30...no 3 Harbour Views 3rd is the late mail
    R6 no 9 Don't Doubt Dory...'Late mail gives strong chances to No 5 Floating Artist Won $2.45 and no 7 Skyman 2nd
    R7 no 2 Zaaki Won



    BELMONT:
    R1 no 2 Spin The Knife Won $2.80
    R2 no 1 Red Fifty Three Won $2.90
    R3 no 2 Ginger Flyer 2nd
    R5 no 8 All Day Session Won $4.80
    R6 no 6 Come Magic Won $2.70
    R7 no 2 Laverrod
    R8 no 1 Born To Try
    R9 no 1 Ohbeeh


    LAY BETS:
    MR4 no 2 Zouzarella Started $2.40Fav. Ran 2nd. Lay Bet Won
    TOOW R8 no 3 Apache Chase Won $4.10 Lay bet Lost

    LATE LATE MAIL:
    SR7 no 9 Icebath e/w @ $10 or better
    SR9 no 2. Head Of State e/w @ $4 or better Won $5.50
    MR2 no 3 I Am Vinnie e/w @ 50/1
    SR2 no 19 Who's Shout e/w @50/1


    Cheers ' n' Beers
    Last edited by Charles49; 25 September 2021, 08:31 AM.

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    • "We live in interesting times" is an old English expression and it seems a very appropriate quotation for what's now happening in our world. Earlier this week a strange object clearly emitting a waste fuel trail flew over the eastern seaboard of Australia. It was later identified as a Chinese Long March 3B rocket...."nothing to worry about here"...its just an experimental rocket is what we were told. Really!! Then we learn of long lines of vehicles waiting for fuel in the UK due we are told because of a shortage of drivers!! As I do every week I record every bet I have had and compare the results with statistics that have been compiled daily over several years. In a nut shell Win percentages hover around 30%, Place percentages around 32% and the rest are Unplaced. Lovely nice consistent figures that are honoured by time. But this week the stats have gone haywire and that suggests to me that something is amiss or the world has really gone crazy!! My bets this week total 39 bets to date which is slightly below the average number. Of the 39 bets, just 4 have won,7 ran second and 4 ran third which means 24 ran unplaced. There was a run of 14 unplaced results which is now the record. Clearly something is wrong with our planet.!!
      The missus has her horse Loburn Lass running around at Beaudesert on Monday. It will probably start first or second favourite and does have a solid chance. She was also entered in a 1200m race but drew badly so the trainer opted for a 1400m race where she has drawn barrier 2. Weather permitting we will be off to Beaudesert to cheer her on.
      This Saturdays racing includes several Group races where the country's best and brightest come out to play. Spring time is always the prime period of racing in Oz which culminates in the time honoured best race of all in the Melbourne Cup, run and won on the first Tuesday of November.
      Racing for the events below commences with Randwick at 11.50am AEST, which converts to 2.50am London time and the last race will be run at Kalgoorlie in Western Australia at 7.20pm which converts to around 10.20am London time.
      The early selections will go up shortly and these will be followed by the removal of scratchings, the addition of the Late Mail and then some 3 hours before kickoff the Late Late Mail will be the last post. Hope your day is a good one.
      Please stay safe and may all your vehicles be filled with fuel asap.

      DOOMBEN:
      R2 no 3 The Pines
      R3 no 3 Contemperous Won $3
      R5 no 3 Our Rebel Won $5.50

      RANDWICK:
      R1 no 4 Capital Reign 3rd
      R2 no 2 Coolangatta Won $2.60
      R3 no 13 Victory Moments
      R5 no 1 Think It Over Won
      R6 no 1 Masked Crusader Won $2.70
      R7 no 5 Startantes 3rd
      R10 no 1 Big Parade Won $5

      FLEMINGTON:
      R1 no 7 Robusto...late mail is no 9 Cavallo Rampante
      R2 no 4 Footlights (each way)
      R3 no 2 Elusive Express Won $4
      R4 no 3 Kemalpasa 3rd
      R5 no 1 Ingratiating
      R6 no 3 Mystic Journey 3rd...no 2 Instant Celebrity is the late mail
      R7 no 4 Verry Elleegant. 4th..late mail suggests no 3 Incentivise Won $2.70 is a clear danger

      KALGOORLIE:
      R1 no 5 Green And Shady Won $4
      R2 no 4 American Grin Scr
      R3 no 4 Pink and Purple 2nd
      R4 no 3 Trade War
      R5 no 2 Staralign Won $2.90
      R6 no 8 Little Ses
      R7 no 8 Beret 2nd
      R8 no 9 Sugar Cain 3rd
      R9 no 7 Jackpot Legend

      LAY BETS:
      SR6 no 5 Rothfire Ran unplaced. Lay Bet Won
      MR7 no 3 Incentivise Won $2.70 Lay Bet Lost

      LATE LATE MAIL:
      SR8 no 7 Icebath e/w @ $10
      SR9 no 17 No Compromise e/w @ $10
      MR2 no 8 Gunstock @ $3.50 3rd
      MR8 no 8 Port Guillaume @ $15 e/w




      Cheers 'n' Beers
      Last edited by Charles49; 2 October 2021, 10:06 AM.

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      • Wife's horse Loburn Lass had another win last Monday in the first event at Beaudesert taking the tally to 3 wins from the 9 starts that she has had the horse. Its also managed to place 5 times so its been a good little money earner so far. Interesting side story here is that on the way to the barrier, whilst being escorted by the Clerk of the Course's horse, she managed to avoid two strikes by a snake, and then the third strike hit the clerk of the course's horse, which then was inspected and injected by the vet, who then called for a replacement Clerk of the Course horse, which held up the start for some ten minutes. Oh the joy of racing in the Australian bush!!
        Well Spring is certainly now here in Brisbane and for the first time this season the pool temperature has gone above 21deg, so yours truly can now enjoy a daily swim. That's probably the latest I can ever remember being able to use the pool so so much for global warming here in Queensland.!!
        We have been rather fortunate here in Queensland this year as life has in many ways been pretty normal. That's in stark contrast to the mistake ridden State of Victoria which now holds the world record for the longest period of a lockdown of its citizens due to Covid-19. And its getting worse down there despite draconian laws that are enforced by an aggressive police force . Go figure?
        On the personal punting scene this week I have just 28 bets to date resulting in 8 winners, 2 seconds and 4 thirds which is consistent with ballpark expectations. I'll update these numbers before the weekend arrives. Should be a good day on the grisly grunt as the racing here now is packed with the stars of the Spring. Lets hope we can find you enough winners to make it worthwhile.
        Racing for the Saturday events below commences with the first at Caulfield at 12.15pm AEST, which I think is 2.15am London time, and the last race will be run at Ascot at 20.35pm AEST, which is 10.30am, London time.
        Hope you are staying safe and well and the Punting Gods have been kind to your wallet.
        Here are the venues for Saturday which will be followed by the tips, followed by the updates and removal of scratchings, followed by the late mail, followed by the removal of the still working sign and then some two hours before the first race the Late Late mail will be posted and the fun begins. Hope you managed to "follow" all of that!! And if you like this a thumbs up tick in the box at the bottom of this page would be most appreciated.


        CAULFIELD:
        R3 no 7 Lombardo Won
        R4 no 3 Crystal Bound 2nd
        R5 no 4 September Run
        R6 no 2 Zaaki 3rd
        R8 no 1 Anamoe..Won $2.50.no 2 Artorius 3rd is the late mail
        R9 no 4 Elephant
        R10 no 5 Delphi Won $2.10


        RANDWICK:
        R1 no 1 Whatsin
        R3 no 7 Solar Apex 3rd
        R4 no 2 Coastwatch 2nd
        R5 no 2 Paulele Won $2
        R6 no 3 Kiku 3rd
        R8 no 2 Profondo... Won $3.50.no 1 Head of State is the late mail
        R10 no 3 On The Lead 2nd

        EAGLE FARM:
        R2 no 3 Palazzo Spirit Won $2.60
        R5 no 2 Deep Sceiva
        R6 no 10 Master Larabee
        R7 no 2 Apache Chase Won $2.40
        R8 no 2 Honourable Spirit Won $3.20
        R9 no 9 Ingear 2nd

        ASCOT:
        R1 no 8 Pot Shot Won $5
        R2 no 2 Ginger Flyer Won $2.30
        R3 no 4 Axel 'R' Right
        R4 no 9 Reliable Star
        R5 no 1 Marachino
        R6 no 6 Pure Devotion
        R7 no 1 Charlton Eddie
        R8 no 2 Miss Conteki 2nd
        R9 no 13 Arcadia Grace...No 3 Spin the Knife 2nd is the late mail
        R10 no 10 Secret Plan


        LAY BETS:
        MR1 No 1 Brereton Started $3.60 Fav. Ran 2nd. Lay Bet Won
        MR9 no 11 I'm Thunderstruck Won $2.90. Lay Bet Lost


        LATE LATE MAIL:
        MR9 no 1 Tofane @ $12 each way Ran 2nd @ $13

        R1 no 18 Lord Desanimaux e/w at $10 or better Won $10

        Cheers 'n' Beers
        Last edited by Charles49; 9 October 2021, 10:20 AM.

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        • AUD $15million is the prizemoney for this Saturdays Everest at Royal Randwick. And the stud value that could flow from the victory is estimated to be some AUD $50million dollars. So one of the 12 contestants will bring home more than a smile from the owners when he crosses the line in first place. It will be a life changing result for some and an unbelievable financial result that one can only dream about. But that's racing....full of dreams and nightmares.!!
          This Saturday I should be able to get the results of the last race posted before I hop onto a Qantas place for Alice Springs which is in the dead center of Australia. The Alice is in interesting place and this time I'm going to spend some time exploring Kings Canyon and a few other places that I haven't been to before. I say interesting because I was there some 12 months ago for a day and when I went to a bottle shop at the entrance stood two armed guards. I'll let you know if things have changed for the better or worse since my last trip as the Alice is a hot and dry place and I will certainly have need to visit the bottle shop again.
          Next weeks normal post wont go up as I return on Saturday afternoon, however it will be business as usual thereafter.
          Has been an interesting week on the punt so far as I have had 38 bets to date resulting in 14 winners, 7 seconds and 6 thirds. Best winners paid $11.20 and $10.00 so happy days. I'll update these as the weekend nears.
          Racing on Saturday for the venues below commences with Caulfield at 12.15 AEDT which (I think) converts to 2.00am London Time. The last race will be run at Ascot at 20.55 AEDT which should be 10.55am London time. Sequence for those unfamiliar with this site is that the early selections go up on Friday, followed by the late mail and removal of scratchings on Saturday morning, and then finally the Late Late Mail goes up about 2 to 3 hours prior to the first race. Last week the two late mail selections delivered with a second at $12 and a winner at $10 so if you like a bet you could do a lot worse then follow these picks as they have had a good run over time.

          CAULFIELD:
          R2 no 1 Vianello.... Won $3..no 2 Morioka 3rd is the late mail
          R3 no 4 Sandy Prince. 3rd..no 6 Cheerful Legend is the late mail
          R4 no 4 Adele Amour
          R5 no 6 Gunstock Won $4
          R8 no 2 Varda
          R9 no 2 Incentivise Won $2.70


          RANDWICK:
          R4 no 5 Fan Girl Won $4
          R5 no 1 Handle The Truth..2nd. is the late mail
          R6 no 2 Signore Fox
          R7 no 2 Classic Legend
          R8 no 1 Think It Over Won $2
          R10 no 1 Equation



          EAGLE FARM:
          R1 no 2 Vendidit Won (Dead Heat) $5
          R2 no 7 Modele
          R4 no 9 Salateen 3rd
          R6 no 4 Prometheus
          R7 no 3 Royal Hale Won $3.40



          ASCOT:
          R1 no 2 Devoted 3rd
          R2 no1 Roman Flirt Won $2.35
          R3 no 1 Apple Schnapps Won $6.50
          R4 no 2 Karijini Aurora 2nd
          R5 no 9 My Fury...no 6 Spritely Star Won is the late mail
          R6 no 2 Triple Missile Won $2.20
          R7 no 4 Stageman. 3rd..no 2 Indian Pacific is the late mail
          R9 no 12 Real Charisma Won $2.20



          LAY BETS:
          MR6 no 1 Zoutori Ran unplaced. Lay Bet Won
          MR7 no 2 Collette Won $2.50. Lay Bet Lost


          LATE LATE MAIL:
          Mr3 no 3 Extreme Flight Won $3
          MR9 no 16 Nonconformist e/w @ $10 or better 2nd
          MR9 no 9 Chapada e/w @ $70 or better
          SR3 no 14 Kings Trust e/w @ $40 or better
          SR 5 no 16 Irish Songs @ $34 or better 4th

          Cheers 'n' Beers

          NOTE: There will be no post next Saturday as the wife and I are off to the Alice.
          Last edited by Charles49; 16 October 2021, 11:04 AM.

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          • This years Melbourne Cup has been run and won. Prizemoney was an incredible $7.75m AUD so horseracing here is alive and well. The winner Verry Eleegant paid $27 on the Fair and whilst I didn't manage to get my bet set at that price it still was a nice win. The wife has a horse in Loburn Lass running in Race 2 at Toowoomba on Saturday late afternoon so will do the 2 hour plus drive up to there and she how she fares. That means no updates on Saturday after the posting of the late late mail......these will have to wait until Sunday when we return.
            On the personal punt scene I have had 64 bets so far this week with the results to date being 17 winners, 12 seconds and 4 thirds. Best winner was Verry Eleegant at 20/1 followed by See You In Heaven at $10.
            Racing this Saturday is highlighted by the running of the time honoured Mackinnon Stakes for $2m AUD in prizemoney. Its a 2000 meter race and there is a field of just 10 contesting this great race. At Rosehill the top race will be a 2 year old event, the Inglis Property Golden Gift where some $m AUD is there to be won.
            Racing this Saturday will commence for the events below at 12.40 AEDT which I think is 2.40am London time, and the lucky last will be at Ascot at 8.45pm AEDT, which converts to 10.45am London time.
            Hope you are all coping well with life post lockdown and you are staying safe and well.
            Take care and enjoy the racing below.

            FLEMINGTON:
            R1 no 5 Hosier
            R2 no 1 Warning Won $3.50
            R3 no 6 Alcyone Won $2.50
            R5 no 1 Nimalee
            R6 no 1 Nature Strip Won
            R7 no 4 Dice Roll......no 11 Chailot is the late mail and there is specking for No 1 Ranier @ $12
            R8 no 4 Zaaki... Won $2.50....no 9 Colette is the late mail


            ROSEHILL:
            R1 no 4 Suppression Won $4.10
            R5 no 2 Dream Runner
            R6 no 4 Pandora Blue
            R7 no 1 Sejardan... Won $6. is the late mail
            R8 no 1 Rocha Clock 2nd
            R9 no 8 Fox Fighter 2nd

            EAGLE FARM:
            R1 no 5 Lady Liguna Won $8
            R2 no 1 Go Wandji Won
            R4 no 6 Shamaton Won
            R6 no 2 Litulate Won $3
            R7 no 2 For My Annie

            ASCOT:
            R1 no 1 Pot Shot
            R2 no 2 Advanced 4th
            R3 no 3 Secret Pearl 3rd
            R4 no 7 Speed Dream 2nd
            R5 no 3 Timely Outburst
            R6 no 3 Comfort Me Won $2.70
            R7 no 8 Devoted
            R8 no 10 Dance Music 3rd
            R9 no 5 Angelic Miss 3rd

            TOOWOOMBA:
            R2 no 1 Loburn Lass 2nd
            R3 no 1 Festival Prince Won

            LAY BETS:
            MR7 no 2 Sinawann Ran unplaced. Lay Bet Won
            MR9 no 14 Duchess of Dorset Started $2.70 Fav. Ran 3rd. Lay Bet Won

            LATE LATE MAIL:
            SR5 no 13 Wichita Warrior e/w at $20
            SR8 no 8 Spiranac e/w @ $18
            SR9 no 8 Fox Fighter @ $4 2nd



            Cheers'n'Beers
            Last edited by Charles49; 7 November 2021, 01:26 AM.

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            • last weekxxxxxx
              Last edited by Charles49; 12 November 2021, 11:15 PM.

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              • 14 Winners last week but unfortunately the wife's horse wasn't one of them. However it did run a gallant second beaten a head. The run was a good one as it drew the carpark. There was a shower of rain just before the start and that made the turn into the home straight somewhat slippery. She did respond when challenged just before the post which is a good sign as we think she needs a longer distance than 1400m so her next start will be a 1690m race at Ipswich. Stay tuned for further updates.!!
                News here in Oz is currently dominated by the Glasgow summit and climate change issues. One gets the sense that there seems to be the makings of a stampede here to move from fossil fuels to electric powered vehicles, however here in Oz our cars are mostly powered by petrol and diesel, which is the only arena in this country which cops double taxation in the form of excise and GST. Lets see how the pollies handle this as they wont want to eliminate such a large income stream and therefore there will be resistance, or some form of compensating replacement taxation.
                On the personal scene last week I have had 45 bets this week resulting in 12 winners, 4 seconds, and 3 thirds.
                The Melbourne Carnival has come and gone and thanks to depleted crowd numbers and extended lockdowns it was the quietest Cup event that I can ever recall. Bookies I spoke to indicated they all had reduced turnover this year, partly because of the above, and partly because the race was dominated by a short priced favourite.
                The wife has interests in other horses including an unnamed filly that will be set for the Gold Coast ladies events that have large bonuses attached to them. Rules are the horse must be female, the jockey female, and the owners are all females. The filly she has is a 2yo ratbag, as it cant get enough food and constantly attacks the feed bin in such a manner that she rips it off the wall. Stable name is Jina so she may end up being named Binjina or Bin Wrecker or Bin Destroyer. Will be interesting to see how she fares once she gets to the track!
                Saturday's racing has disappeared into the bush with meetings at Cranbourne and Newcastle so picking winners this week will be a challenge.
                Here are the racing venues below and will do my best to find some winners for you. First race starts at Newcastle at 12.20 AEDT which converts to 1.20am London time, and the lucky last will be at Ascot at 20.35 AEDT which converts (I think) to 9.35am London time.
                Good luck.


                CRANBOURNE:
                R1 no 12 You Ess Ess Are
                R4 no 4 Our Lone Star 3rd
                R6 no 2 Dexelation Won $4
                R8 no 3 Mankayan Won $2.15

                NEWCASTLE:
                R2 no 2 Ma And Pa 2nd
                R3 no 2 Ceasefire
                R4 no 13 Harvey's Way 2nd
                R5 no 1 Love Tap 3rd
                R8 no 7 Standout E/w @ $15

                DOOMBEN:
                R1 no 1 Heroic Son 2nd
                R3 no 4 Rebel Salute
                R9 no 12 Morethannumberone 3rd

                ASCOT:
                R1 no 9 Ultimate Command
                R2 no 5 Megadon
                R3 no 8 Secret Plan.. 2nd..no 7 Triple Missile is the late mail
                R5 no 3 Kaptain Kaos...no 6 Kissonallforcheeks Won $2.10 is the late mail
                R6 no 13 Temptacion
                R7 no 1 Buzzoom 2nd
                R8 no 1 Elite Street Won $3.60
                R9 no 10 The Front Bar Won $4.50

                LAY BETS:
                NEWC Race 8 no1 Lost and Running Won $2.40. Lay Bet Lost
                NEWC Race 10 no 6 Gravina 2nd. Lay Bet Won

                LATE LATE MAIL:
                NEWC Race 8 no 2 Top Ranked $4.50 Each way 3rd
                CRAN: Race 7 no 11 Our Playboy $3.50 Each way 2nd

                WORLD CRICKET CUP: Australia to win! Won!

                Cheers 'n' Beers
                Last edited by Charles49; 17 November 2021, 10:09 PM.

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                • Betting on racehorses has its ups and downs. Two weeks ago we had 14 winners to gloat about and last week just half that number saluted....and that included a pick in the World One Day Cricket final !!. One of the certainties about racing and racing results is that there is no certainty and perhaps that's what makes punting on the ponies so interesting because life is a bit of a lottery.!!
                  Lets hope this week some sanity returns and we can find at least a double figure number in terms of winners.
                  News here in Oz continues to be dominated by the Covid monster. In Queensland, where this post is emerging from, we are about to open up our State borders to allow all the other States and Territories, with the exception of Western Australia, to enter our State of Sunshine. Currently we have 71.6% of our adult population vaccinated so we should be pretty right. Not so according to some local health experts, who believe that we aint seen nothing yet, and once we open up all hell will break loose. We do know that our hospital system is already a shambles and this is partly to do with some strong anti-vaccine attitudes that seem to be prevalent amongst our doctors, nurses and ambulance personnel. I hope the pundits of doom and gloom are wrong but I fear that once we push the button to open all borders then there is a strong chance that all hell will break loose.
                  This weeks personal punts have amounted to 58 to date of which 14 have won, 6 have run second, 5 ran third and the rest failed to trouble the judge. So no damage to the Bank, but it would be nice to have a few less non place-getters amongst the results!
                  The wife's little filly Loburn Lass goes around on Friday in race 9 at Ipswich (an outer Brisbane suburb) and whilst this is her first go beyond 1400m its expected she will handle the 1690m distance okay. We expect her to go to the lead and lob along in front, and if she is allowed to do that, then she'll be hard to beat.
                  Saturday's racing in Oz is back to the bush as city racing takes a breather. Its a fact that we always have weird results when the city goes to the country so bet carefully on Saturday as the winners are usually well concealed.
                  Saturday racing for the events below will commence with the first race at Ballarat at 12.10 (AEDT) I think that's 1.10am London time, and the final race will be at Ascot at 8.57pm AEDT, which converts to 9.57am London time.
                  May the punting gods be kind to you.


                  BALLARAT:
                  R1 no 4 Lighthouse Won $2,20
                  R2 no 7 Decent Raine Won $3.70
                  R3 no 11 Fly Nice
                  R4 no 6 Duchess of Dorset Won $2.15
                  R6 no 8 Marabi.. Won $2.60 .no 7 Litchfield County is a rough chance at odds
                  R7 no 5 Alcyone
                  R8 no 11 Thought of That
                  R10 no 7 Marine One

                  KEMBLA GRANGE:
                  R2 no 5 Lord Desanimaux.. 2nd..danger is No 2 So Say You
                  R3 no 8 Dragonstone.. Won $2.60..No 3 He's Super Lucky is a rough chance @33/1....3rd @ 33/1
                  R4 no 4 Black Duke
                  R7 no 3 Malkovich 2nd

                  SUNSHINE COAST:
                  R6 no 3 Stellar Magic
                  R7 no 2 Zoustyle Won $2.30
                  R8 no 1 Ligulate 2nd
                  R9 no 6 Sir Warwick

                  ASCOT:
                  R1 no 1 Pure Devotion Won
                  R4 no 2 Ginger Flyer
                  R6 no 10 Hot Zed Won $2.80
                  R7 no 13 Treasured Star Won $3.15
                  R8 no 16 Western Empire Won
                  R9 no 11 Angelic Miss.. Won $4.20 .no 9 Bright Diamond is the late mail
                  R10 no 11 God Has Chosen 2nd

                  LAY BETS:
                  BALL: R5 no 5 The Gauch Started Fav. Ran 2nd. Lay Bet Won
                  BALL: R8 no 11 Thought Of That Started Fav. Ran unplaced. Lay Bet Won

                  LATE LATE MAIL:
                  KG: R1 no 6 Suppression
                  KG: R3 no 4 Satin Ribbons 2nd
                  BALL: R6 no 1 Proper Rogue is a speckie @ 20/1 3rd @ $41



                  Cheers n Beers
                  Last edited by Charles49; 20 November 2021, 11:00 AM.

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                  • 13 winners last week...one short of the target...however we did have a $41 shot that ran third and that helped kick the Bank along...and then there were five seconds any one of which could have saluted instead of running second and the 14 winners target would have been achieved. Close but no cigar. Lets hope this Saturday brings us 14 winners although as I write this, heavy rains are around, and many race events have been cancelled this week. In any case we will do our best to find you a winner or three, or even perhaps 14.!!! UPDATE: The rain has now really settled in along Australia's eastern coastline so it wont be a surprise to see a number of meetings cancelled today and also on Saturday. Flooding is occurring in numerous towns so the good news is that our dams will be full and that's badly needed as its been a while since that's occurred.
                    We have some crazy rules here now in Oz that surround the Covid issue. Each State and Territory in Oz has its own rules and they seem to change at the drop of a hat. On top of that the rules for entry to premises are different with some like Queensland insisting that you must be double vaccinated before you can enter licensed premises. Its a nightmare for hospitality staff and I do feel sorry for those who cant go to their favourite Club or Pub because of their genuine beliefs. The sooner we get back to normal the better for everyone.
                    The wife's horse ran last Friday and ran into more trouble than the early settlers so that's it for a month or so, as she can now enjoy the country air before coming back for a shot at some Class 3 races around the Gold Coast areas. She does have another one that's an unnamed 2 year old which is being aimed at the lucrative Gold Coast Magic Millions races so it will be interesting to see how she fares.
                    On a personal note my punts this week have totalled 52 bets of which 12 won, 11 ran second, 6 thirds and the rest failed to place.
                    Racing for the events below commence with Rosehill at 12.20pm AEDT, which converts to 1.20am London time, and the final race will be run at Ascot at 8.20pm AEDT, which is 9.20am London time.

                    WARNING: Heavy rain has affected most Australian racecourses this week. Bet with caution!!


                    CAULFIELD:
                    R1 no 1 Brereton.....no 6 Ebhaar Won $3.80 is the late mail
                    R2 no 4 Accountability
                    R3 no 1 Decent Raine 2nd is a topical tip!
                    R4 no 9 Enthaar Won $4
                    R6 no 12 Festival Dancer 3rd
                    R8 no 6 Our Playboy



                    ROSEHILL:
                    R1 no 8 Vinnie's Spirit
                    R3 no 4 Rebel Rama 2nd
                    R4 no 2 Blue Soldier 4th
                    R8 no 10 Elsberg....Won $2.50 .no 3 Order Again is the late mail


                    GOLD COAST:
                    R5 no 5 Tamilaide ABND
                    R7 no 3 The Harrovian ABND
                    R9 no 10 Ingear ABND

                    ASCOT:
                    R1 no 1 The Front Bar Won $2.30
                    R2 no 2 Cockney Crew 4th
                    R3 no 6 Triple Missile Won $4.10
                    R4 no 2 NoWhiteFlag Won $3
                    R5 no 3 God Has Chosen Won
                    R7 no 4 Midnight Blue
                    R8 no 2 Elite Street 3rd
                    R9 no 6 Beret Won $4.20


                    LAY BETS:
                    MR7 no 1 Spanish Mission (currently $1.65!) Started Fav. Ran 2nd. Lay Bet Won
                    SR4 no 5 Mightybeel (currently $2.) Started Fav. Ran 2nd, Lay Bet Won

                    LATE LATE MAIL:
                    SR2 no 8 Kings Trust @ 33/1 2nd
                    SR7 no 2 Tambo's Mate 3rd
                    MR4 no 5 He's A Balter @ $10


                    Cheers 'n' Beers
                    Last edited by Charles49; 27 November 2021, 10:52 AM.

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                    • 10 winners last week from a shortened program. Best results came from the Lay Bets with Spanish Mission failing to run a place at 5/2 on whilst the other pick started Favourite and ran second. Rain continues to dominate racing here on the eastern seaboard with several cancelled meetings and others that ran under very wet conditions. Lets hope the weather improves for Saturday and we can again find a reasonable number of winners for you.
                      Racing in Victoria will head off to the outer burbs as Pakenham plays host to the city meeting. And in the west, where border restrictions are the heaviest in Australia, racing there will head up to Esperance. Yes its the start of the silly season however racing in the outer areas is a welcome addition to these areas and do attract a good share of the local populations.
                      My personal punts this week have been fairly ordinary without doing any damage to the Bank. To date there have been 37 bets for 9 winners (Best was Crackalacka at $16!) 9 seconds, and 5 thirds. I'll update these numbers as the results of Thursday and Friday come to hand.!
                      If you are new to this site the routine here is that the early stage of the post here includes the venues and early selections which are followed on Saturday morning (AEDT) by the early late mail, which is then followed by the late late mail approximately 2 to 3 hours before the first race. Time permitting updates will occur during the program so you see the trend of how the selections are pending. If you like this please feel free to tick the LIKE box or leave a comment as its nice to know at least someone is reading these posts.
                      Racing for the venues below commences with Rosehill in Sydney at 12.20 (AEDT), which I think is 1.20am London time, and the last race will be at Esperance in Western Australia at 8.45pm (AEDT), which again I think is 9.45am London Time. Past history shows that the Western Australian results are usually the best here overall so you may like to keep that in mind.

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                      LATE LATE MAIL:



                      Cheers 'n' Beers
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