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Author: Dawson Timestamp:- 12/12/2005 4:08:27 PM Subject: Re: Protests. Sydney
Message: Was at Vic park about 3 weeks back on a boys trip when lord of the land protest was upheld.
Funniest thing was after the race when everyone was watching the replay and the cheer that went up when the head on shot was being shown and the followers of the second horse rose as 1 in celebrating the contact between the 2 horses.
Had a mate who was on the vanquished. He said he had been fujied ( after Ken Fuji on LOTL), which will be synonomus with our group forever more for any unlucky placing.
Author: Dawson Timestamp:- 13/12/2005 9:39:45 AM Subject: Re: Protests. Sydney
Message: i was in the public area. We were the owdy lot in the white shirts ( although most of us had to pull the jackets on as it was freezing that day )We were up from Melbourne for the weekend for our annual indoor cricket team pilgrimage to the Adelaide test.
Basically had 3 or 4 mates who had backed Evasion and another mate who had backed LOTL. Ive never seen so many people glued to a TV screen for 20 minutes awaiting a protest result and then sprinting to the bookies when it was upheld.
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