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Jay W
Boris,World rec 3yo,Tom Wagga/Melton Cup, Thug Gp1 BC 2yo champ,CBW racing group. Who lives down in deepest darkest Africa?
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Jay W 10h
Replying to @drewh08 @BoyceTim and 2 others
You need to pick your target better,this statement is foolish considering Richmond have excelled in drafting at all levels in last decade & put a winning side on the park this season that had 12 players who weren't even selected through the AFL draft.
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Jay W 10h
A very Happy birthday from all of us at TTG/CBW racing. May you have a much better day than Maryborough stewards last Friday.
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Jay W 13h
Laughing at some peoples opinion of Rioli, 3x Prem players in a team full of small forwards is not luck, 4 goals in a Prelim,ridiculous pressure player.
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Jay W 13h
So sad,such a powerful player,the man known as Wardrobe provided a World Cup moment I'll never forget scoring the goal that beat the defending champs France in Game 1. Also an FA Cup winner
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Sky Racing Nov 28
What a moment! Almond Eye ends her remarkable career with a win in the Japan Cup!
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Andrew Hawkins Nov 28
Now tell me THAT wasn't the race of 2020. Fairytale retirement story for Almond Eye, Contrail brilliant, Kiseki making it so exciting by being ridden in front the way he is best. The Japan Cup is what racing is all about!
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Jay W Nov 28
Hopefully we will see the Japan Cup starte in the crane
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Jay W Nov 28
Geez those Zed's can stick #
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Jay W Nov 28
Replying to @Globalgallop
Clem Dimsey
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Jay W Nov 28
Japan Cup has always been a highlight race but it's much more than that. Provides the perfect example of how to develop,support & internationalise your best race. Exactly the opposite of what has happened here with our obsession with immediate returns & speed pedigrees.
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Emma Alberici Nov 28
In a city of more than 5 million people, there isn't an active case of COVID-19 "the world’s benchmark for managing the pandemic: following the science, placing faith in bona fide public health experts" & rejecting nutters (my abbreviation of the rest) "
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Jay W Nov 28
A Gp race was just run in WA that Bob Peters didn't win
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T. Kyle 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 19
I’ve been laughing at this TikTok for 24 hours.
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Jay W Nov 26
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Jay W Nov 26
Replying to @HRVintegrity
So leader is allowed in sprint lane & driver doesn't have to make any attempt to straighten it?
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Luke P Gavin Nov 26
Cases in the last 28 days: Sweden 110,000+ Australia 285 (Vic 0) Remember when the ‘experts’ said we needed to copy Sweden.. How’s that going 🤔🙃
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Journal of Art in Society Nov 25
Vincent van Gogh said “Art is to console those who are broken by life" ~ here are views from his room at Arles Hospital in the year before he died
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Jay W Nov 25
Replying to @rohan_connolly
Maybe but there's a real story here too,Derby is our oldest race,older than the Melb Cup. Lots of great trainers with huge stables haven't won it. He's been training a few months with a handful of horses,remarkable effort
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Jay W Nov 25
Replying to @rohan_connolly
I'm torn on this,admit I do have a racing bias but it needs to be put in perspective. Understand that this is quite a piece of history & historically rare unlike Tiges premiership. Imagine if Mourinho or Belichick started training & won a Major race,it would be World news
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Jay W Nov 25
Replying to @sooty173 @hargreavesgt
Not too many track records set off 30m handicap
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