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Message: Dermot Weld surely has his two homeland classics at his mercy this year...
Speaking of Which - a last start 9 length winner of the Gallinule Stakes G3 over 2011m at the Curragh a few weeks ago looks albut impossible to beat in the Irish Derby this Saturday night..
Princess Highway - The 6 length runnaway winner of the Ribblesdale stakes G2 over 2114m at Ascot last week looks to have a mortage on the Irish Oaks...
If either of these two impressive last start winners are beaten in either of these two classics, it would be a huge shock IMO.
These 2 horse's are the best 3 yr old stayers I've seen all season in Europe so far, and I'll be very interested in following their careers over the next 12 months or so to see where they end up...could Dermot make a double tilt at the Arc with this pair of highly promising young stayers..?
Message: I think is disappointing Speaking of Which was scratched due to a soft track, in my opinion no horse can achieve greatness when they are limited to what type of track conditions are on offer.
I still think the horse has serious untapped potential as a young stayer, I'm looking forward to that being confirmed when he next steps out, having said that you never really like to follow horse's that have interrupted preps due to being scratched because of a wet track.
It's an incredibly wet summer in the UK this year, never seen anything like it so far into their summer, hopefully the later part is drier and we can see a few of these half exposed young stayers kick some butt.
Author: Mr Lister Timestamp:- 6/7/2012 8:34:18 AM Subject: Re: Dermot Weld to win Irish Derby & Oaks..!!
Message: Thanks for your response quez. As always I encourage you to do so wherever you feel you need to.
Thanks also for taking the time to explain to us that you nominated a horse as almost "impossible" to beat, despite admitting that neither you, nor anybody else in the free world, knew what the composition of the field would be.
Some questions for you quez.
Do you still think that Welds horse is a better 3yo stayer than Camelot?
If you knew at the time of your post that Camelot was a confirmed starter and also knew the composition of the field would you have still posted that Welds horse was the best 3yo stayer you had seen in Europe this year?
You can see where I'm leading this can't you quez?
You thought Camelot wasn't running and therefore thought you had a golden opportunity to get on here once again and showboat yourself as some sort of guru.
If not, then my first observation is the only other explanation. You gobbed off before you knew who was who in the zoo.
Message: "the Derby commentary was simply highlighting Dermot's horse only, in fact the whole idea of this little thread was nothing more than a mini glory piece on Welds two good horse's and did not at the time of writing even take into consideration Camelot or any other runners in the race"
Read what you wrote in the initial thread post you dimwit.
"If either of these two impressive last start winners are beaten in either of these two classics, it would be a huge shock IMO.
These 2 horse's are the best 3 yr old stayers I've seen all season in Europe so far"
Seems you and Patsy are playing tag team for the forum dunce hat this week. Patsy tends to talk garbage a bit, but you're more cut and dry because you talk rubbish all the time.
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Timestamp:- 3/11/2011 11:18:19 PM Subject: Re: Q TIPS...365 DAY PROFIT LOSS SHEET
On the contrary Saintly...I can't believe I'm spoonfeeding you this here, I thought I'd made it clear..I don't bet mate, my entire time on R&S has been nothing more than a socialogical experiment into the minds of a gambler..if you don't see that then I don't quite know what to say mate.
My interest in racing is not driven by the punt, however my interest in the punt is driven by reasearch into pitfalls and addictions associated with the endless fantasy that punters cling onto. I'm never more impressed with the punters mind when more and more obstacles are put in the way of winning, the resilience shown to continue is staggering.
Author: quezacotl Timestamp:- 5/7/2012 6:58:45 AM Subject: Re: Dermot Weld to win Irish Derby & Oaks..!!
Message: And here they are again back for seconds and thirds...nothing better to do I see, particularly Chivas who came back twice once directly after he had already had a go..
tisk tisk 3 very sad little men.
Lister, just for you dunderhead, Camelot was the biggest risk of not running in the entire field due to the very heavy track, in fact it wasn't until right up until race day that O'Brien finally decided to run the colt, after talking with Weld and hearing his colt was out and the race basically fell away to a Camelot benefit, and they admitted running him not because it was going to be an easy kill either, because it wasn't in those conditions, in fact the real reasons for running him were that, Magnier was concerned that this would be the only opportunity the colt would have all year to race at home in front of his home crowd, it would be good for the Curragh to see him in the flesh and a positive gesture for local folk so they could see him, I think you'll find that if it was a big field on that heavy track they may have gone ahead and scratched the colt like they originally intended too.
My observations and pre race commentary was based purely on Dermott Welds colt "Speaking of Which" and his filly "Princess Highway", the Derby commentary was simply highlighting Dermot's horse only, in fact the whole idea of this little thread was nothing more than a mini glory piece on Welds two good horse's and did not at the time of writing even take into consideration Camelot or any other runners in the race, particularly Camelot as indications were that he would not be lining up at all, such was the chit chat in most the UK racing media... ...............so I fail to understand what you were dribbling......errrr, hang on,,, no wait,, no no no of course, it's quite clear once again, you came in after others pointed it out, then as usual, when u can see and confirm others have information you had your dig...how silly of me to almost miss that...particularly when it's one of your trademark moves on this forum...the extra safe come in late and snip behind others who present actual information.
Author: Mr Lister Timestamp:- 3/7/2012 8:32:07 AM Subject: Re: Dermot Weld to win Irish Derby & Oaks..!!
Message: Hi again quez.
I've come to a conclusion and quite frankly it disturbs me that it took so long for this to occur.
There is only one possible reason you flood this forum with your rubbish. You are a classic example of what is colloquially known as NQR. There's no other explanation possible. I think you also have a mild case of "head up own ar$e" syndrome but that is probably symptomatic of being NQR.
The latest installment is what drew me to this conclusion and how obvious it is.
You give us a certainty in a race before you have even looked at the field. Before you even knew the odds on favorite was Camelot. And then to top it off your selection doesn't even run. It's scratched. Only someone who is a classic NQR could try and pass this off as an expert race analysis like you do.
Message: Squidman is a dreadful judge BUT he is still light years ahead of Quez. Plus Quez is a complete loser who spends every waking hour (and many sleeping ones) on Internet forums posting losing tips and general BS.
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