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WFA Caulfield Cup

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Original Blog Post:

I thought this was a prank when I first heard about it.

The more I think about it the more it is a good idea and as we know the behind it is to encourage more internationals to run in the Caulfield Cup.

Why not? The Aussie breds are almost useless when it comes to 2400m or more. Mind you our sprinters are not much better. Take last years Newmarket Hcp. And take today's. What an ordinary field for what is supposed the best sprint held in a country where it's punters brag about the quality of sprinters. All those that make excuses when the Newmarket field is criticised will tell us these days the good sprinters are being saved for the big sprint in Sydney at the Championships. That is rubbish because it turned out that excuse failed to be legitimate last year or in 2015 and it won't be the case this year either. We just don't have the depth of quality sprinters like in the decades gone by.

So any effort to encourage international horses to run in our top level races is worth it. Just get them here for any distance whether it be 1200m or 3200m.

 
Author: Khaptingly
Subject: WFA Caulfield Cup

Time: 11/3/2017 4:05:46 AM
 
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Author: gladys
Subject: Re: WFA Caulfield Cup

Time: 21/3/2017 8:02:25 AM

Blog Reply:

Still selecting a horse in every race in every state, adding $5 to the tote price and declaring yourself a genius if one happens to salute?

What was that about "oafs"?



 
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Author: GeoffreyPudding
Subject: Re: WFA Caulfield Cup

Time: 19/3/2017 9:28:29 PM

Blog Reply:

Is this oaf still here?

 
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Author: Khaptingly
Subject: Re: WFA Caulfield Cup

Time: 11/3/2017 3:56:58 PM

Blog Reply:

The Aussie sprinters again prove what goats they are. You would not waste chaff on them.

 
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