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WA horses braining them in the East 1 week 6 days ago #176912

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I notice William Pike has flown to Melbourne for two rids on Bendigo cup day rather than riding a book of rides in Perth.

He rode a second and the winner of the Bendigo cup. a good days work from the wizard from the west as they were calling him on the call today
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WA horses braining them in the East 1 week 6 days ago #176935

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premiership hangover wrote: I notice William Pike has flown to Melbourne for two rids on Bendigo cup day rather than riding a book of rides in Perth.

He rode a second and the winner of the Bendigo cup. a good days work from the wizard from the west as they were calling him on the call today

Willie "The Wizard" Pike didnt leave Bendigo empty handed either PH as he did a hit and run raid there and took home the Bendigo Cup!
It could be argued that 3 of the best jockeys currently in Oz are West Aussies- Pike, Lane & Oliver!

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WA horses braining them in the East 1 week 13 hours ago #177208

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Bad luck for WA's Damian Lane missing out on winning the "Grand Slam" in Australian racing (Golden Slipper, Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate & Melbourne Cup) in the 1 year but at least it was good to see Vow And Declare one of the only 2 Australian bred horses (Youngstar the other) of the field of 24 getting up to win the Melbourne Cup at Flemington today.
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Have to say BH I followed your mantra mate and stayed local....got lucky with Vow and Declare....not so with Youngster tho....great to see an Aussie horse trump the foreigners....anyone else back the winner?
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Gatting back and in a big race this weekend ... McAuliffe declaring stable mate Velvet King is better than Gatting right now. Should be a good race.

Who wins and why?

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Freezin wrote: Have to say BH I followed your mantra mate and stayed local....got lucky with Vow and Declare....not so with Youngster tho....great to see an Aussie horse trump the foreigners....anyone else back the winner?

Just missed the trifecta unfortunately Freeze, I dare say probably a rare Australian bred winner for a while (last one 10 years previous to this year) as we are more inclined to breed sprinters/middle distance horses due to the quicker return on investment and more races available rather than the old fashioned stayers who are usually older type horses with plenty of miles on the clock so to speak.

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Viper wrote: Gatting back and in a big race this weekend ... McAuliffe declaring stable mate Velvet King is better than Gatting right now. Should be a good race.

Who wins and why?

Aachernar Star caught my eye last start but the public sentiment will be for Gatting no doubt with his large mass of owners.
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