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Original Blog Post:

I am the magic man when it comes to Laying.

A great lay on Millions Day is Houtzen.


Lay it.

 
Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Millions Lay

Time: 12/1/2019 1:03:17 AM
 
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Author: theking
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 21/1/2019 11:23:38 PM

Blog Reply:

Re Gladys'
"When you finish with that, tell me who Hay List ever beat that you consider to be world class."

The answer is a simple one, probably the horse that won 7/G1 & 2/G2 major sprints.

I'd say that this horse was world class.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 18/1/2019 12:45:54 PM

Blog Reply:

Bop Bag

and when you've finished trying to talk your way out of that one, tell me why do you think so many trainers take 7 and even 8 furlong horses to Ascot and send them over 6 furlongs?

Just proving to us all you've never been to Royal Ascot. Just another lie.

Bop Bag- living up to the name hey champ.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 18/1/2019 12:39:55 PM

Blog Reply:

Mods

if ppl are going to troll on here but dont have a racing IQ above 40, is that not reason enough to ban them?

There's been some dumb asses on here over the years, but Bop Bag is without doubt n.o 1 of the lot of them.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 18/1/2019 12:35:34 PM

Blog Reply:

Bop Bag

You've done a google search and come to the conclusion that MC peak performance in 2011 was 118.

That rating was in a G2 when she ran 5th. Yep- outstanding work Bop Bag.

The start prior she won a G1 by 4L.

In that race she had horses in behind who has won G1 races such as The Golden Jubilee, The Haydock Sprint, The Abbaye, Prix Maurice De Gheest, The July Cup, The Prix Jean Luc Lagardere, The Foret, The Middle Park and The Morny.

Hell, she even had a horse 10L behind who had run Frankel to less than a length.

Now which race perforce do you think rated higher- And by how far?

118!! Laughable. If youre going too Google, at least know what youre looking for and stop being so lazy.

Absolutely clueless.

Jezus wept youre thick.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 18/1/2019 10:44:53 AM

Blog Reply:

Of course L. Rex. Tell me, that Moonlight Cloud that she smashed. Is that the same horse that had never won over 1200 metres before that race and was rated (your favourite word) at 118, making it the 99th best horse in the world at the end of 2011 season.

When you finish with that, tell me who Hay List ever beat that you consider to be world class.

Buffering was a very good sprinter, is that your best one?

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 18/1/2019 6:13:13 AM

Blog Reply:

"The distance between Australia and the U.K. is 12000 miles, L.Rex."

Even if Black Caviar went via the moon this statement is factually incorrect.

The difference being my 10k remark was a generalisation, yours was a direct statement with time to research when trying to be accurate in an attempt to deflect from yet another goose head remark.

Thick as two bricks.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 10:18:11 PM

Blog Reply:

Thank you Mantank for stating the obvious.
Have a look at the route they took.

 
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Author: Mantank
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 6:49:08 PM

Blog Reply:

Gladys, dear Gladys, you poor arrogant nong. The distance varies from the point of departure. Australia is a large country sugarpop. The distance from Melbourne to London is approx 10,500 miles. Not 1/2 of the 24,000 mile circumference, as colloquially assumed in primary school.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 12:55:11 PM

Blog Reply:

The distance between Australia and the U.K. is 12000 miles, L.Rex.

Before you barge in to other people's conversations learn a little bit of primary school geography.

 
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Author: Rex
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 11:22:18 AM

Blog Reply:

Black Caviar only beat Moonlight Cloud on 3 legs having travelled 10,000 miles.

Smashed Hay List (130TF)

Smashed International winner Buffering

Bob Bag should also be banned from this forum. Not just for being a troll or a liar or not paying up his losing bets, but for being clueless beyond comprehension.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 10:39:20 AM

Blog Reply:

That is a good New Year's resolution Gary.

That can go with your other resolution of ending discussions when you can't offer any answers to back up your hysterical statements.

 
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Author: Gary Still
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 9:40:57 AM

Blog Reply:

So, both Black Caviar and Winx were just "good" ?

My new years resolution was to avoid wasting time arguing with mugs.

End of discussion.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 17/1/2019 8:32:07 AM

Blog Reply:

No Gary, you are wrong. I have always maintained that both horses were good and the best of their respective eras.

What I have said is that neither have beaten quality opposition.

Would you care to name the good horses that they have beaten. You know, the type of horses that would have been competitive in any era.

Perhaps you would like to start with Red Excitement, Invictus Prince or Foxwedge. Or is it the case that your argument rests on the premise that "everyone knows it"?

 
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Author: worker collective farmer
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 10:48:25 PM

Blog Reply:

Hmm well done on your lay, which was the equivalent of backing something at about 1.45. Of course if people had backed all your tips over the years they'd have lost 99 cents in every dollar. But hey, some people are easily excited.

 
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Author: Gary Still
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 5:43:50 PM

Blog Reply:

You and Khap agree that Black Caviar and Winx are overrated, beating duds, and not worthy of being compared to the champions of the past.

That stupid observation is contrary to the view of millions, not just mine!

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 5:12:37 PM

Blog Reply:

Of course, Gary. Everyone that doesn't hold the same view as you must be wrong.

Everyone that agrees with a view contrary to your view must also be a puppet.

Quite logical when you come to think about it.

 
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Author: Gary Still
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 2:35:45 PM

Blog Reply:

Gladys,

The Puppetmaster was banned from the Superlay thread and you were banned as his puppet.

You have agreed with every ridiculous observation he's ever made, which says a lot about your own inadequacies.

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 2:15:57 PM

Blog Reply:

My great lays and trades, Gary.

The only reason you barred me from Superlays was because you knew I would clean up the dunderheads.

Unfortunately for you, the whole show collapsed under the weight of dud lays.

 
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Author: Gary Still
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 1:01:52 PM

Blog Reply:

Impressed with what?

 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: Millions Lay

Time: 16/1/2019 8:44:48 AM

Blog Reply:

Do I take that as you're impressed?

 
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