LP pretty much everyone I've asked who went (both punters and some morons) said they had a blast - so clearly something is working as an on-track experience.It’s not a bad day if you don’t go for the whole day.
Yeah look I’m only talking from my view. Found myself quite bored after the Everest. Found myself more looking at the screens at Caulfield and Sha Tin. The support card was a bit meh this year the heavy track didn’t help though.LP pretty much everyone I've asked who went (both punters and some morons) said they had a blast - so clearly something is working as an on-track experience.
I can't help but think it would be even better if they maybe cut the card in half and went full blown party mode, but maybe they don't even need that.
It also reinforces how awful Sky's coverage is and needs a shake up. This was even without having to ship off to Doomben after every race! Duff is good but for God's sake get rid of Radley and Glenn Munsie who are awful.
This.That was my point when they all pulled their runners last year - it makes a mockery of the whole process if you can pull your runner. As I said once you lock it in you should be automatically allocated an emergency from the Sydney Stakes if your runner doesn't turn up on the day.
It has potential, but it has had 1 restricted Gp2 win. Throwing darts that it will make the grade.Come on. Classique legend not THAT bad. Houtzen was selected coming out of its autumn 2yo season. Menari off Spring 3yo. CL at least best 3yo sprinter in autumn.
Why not wait until you see how he does at 4? No need to rush - don't see anyone rushing to lock in Wild Planet after last weekCome on. Classique legend not THAT bad. Houtzen was selected coming out of its autumn 2yo season. Menari off Spring 3yo. CL at least best 3yo sprinter in autumn who raced vs his own age.
Cheers for that, wasnt aware. Prob retired on a high after beating home IHT, SAL and finishing beside OB in the Newmarket.Brave Smash is retired fwiw. Aquis 22k I think.