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Bronwyn Welsh
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Would just like to "tempt fate" and say the lovely brood bitch Rustic Reeta looks like she may have done it again after this weeks racing with her latest progeny to hit the track.

Her first litter of 8 dogs have at the moment had just on 100 wins between them!! A couple had their racing careers cut short with serious injuries so didn't get to add to this total. Others are still racing and seem to have plenty of races ahead of them.

Her second litter are just hitting the track and this week one of the boys from the litter Black Talon won the final of the Vic Bred series at Warrnambool on his third outing in impressive style. Well done to his connections.

The other debutante and closer to my heart was Serene Machine. She won her first outing in impressive style and has this week run a second in a heat of the Vic Bred series in Shepparton. She miss the jump terribly and gave the winner a huge start but railed up and finished second to make the final being run this coming Thursday.

If these two are any indication then RR just may have another fantastic lot of pups to prove her worth.



Johnathon Campbell
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27 Aug 2017 14:05


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Well done Bronwyn.
It's those sorts of bitchs we all like to own, you must be proud and you rightly should be.



Simon Milgate
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Yeah she certainly is a beauty and no doubt all of Mrs Q's hard work and nurturing nature has paid off with the help from her husband, congratulations on being part of the journey.

I'm on the waiting list if she was to go this way (if she has more than a dozen lol)
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But if it was me I wouldn't let them go.




Jamie Quinlivian
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I've got 3 straws Mr.Likeable and Sulzanti is one of them so it might happen.
Then again, Jimmy Newob lives down the road so I might just take Reeta for a stroll and hoyk her over the fence.
But you are on the list my friend.

Prophetess won her maiden Monday. She's the 3rd pup from the Banjo Boy litter to win a race so far and that makes 97 winners for Reeta, from about 310 starts.

Not bad for a tier3 400m nutjob.



Jamie Quinlivian
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Reeta has just thrown her 100th winner with GLORY FIRE winning her maiden at Angle Park.
96 from the Cape Hawke litter and now 4 from the Banjo Boys, who are just starting out.

She has also just been mated for her 3rd and final litter.

What a good girl. I am blessed to have found her.


Sandro Bechini
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25 Sep 2017 11:19


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Who did you end up going to Jamie?



Jamie Quinlivian
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Not sure if I can say mate.
Last time I mentioned it, some clown dobbed me in for advertising.


Sandro Bechini
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No worries mate



Bronwyn Welsh
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28 Sep 2017 07:48


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Woohoo J &L, can't wait to get home and see who you decided to go with for Reeta!


Joe Baldacchino
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Jamie Quinlivian wrote:

I've got 3 straws Mr.Likeable and Sulzanti is one of them so it might happen.
Then again, Jimmy Newob lives down the road so I might just take Reeta for a stroll and hoyk her over the fence.
But you are on the list my friend.

Prophetess won her maiden Monday. She's the 3rd pup from the Banjo Boy litter to win a race so far and that makes 97 winners for Reeta, from about 310 starts.

Not bad for a tier3 400m nutjob.

I think that would be a great idea Jamie!.



Kevin Martin
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Bronwyn Welsh wrote:

Woohoo J &L, can't wait to get home and see who you decided to go with for Reeta!


Hi Bronwyn Rustic Reeta has inseminated with a vile from Sulzanti hopefully that she throws a champion from the Great Reg Kay line another Knocka Noris would bring the smile to Jamies Face.


Ben George
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28 Sep 2017 11:48


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I would love to purchase one of these pups !!!
Pretty sure they won't need to be advertised



Jamie Quinlivian
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Wont be advertising Ben but I've got you down for 1.
6 days pregnant and 7 pups already sold....
No pressure Reets.

Jacqui Blax put in a massive run last night to win her second 600 from 2 attempts and Signal Peak was almost home in FFA company. His consistency is amazing.



Jack Ogilvie
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30 Sep 2017 10:14


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The blax will be a star.



Bronwyn Welsh
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03 Oct 2017 11:49


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Don't forget little Serene Machine!!😁



Jamie Quinlivian
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She ran a cracker today Bronwyn.
Ive never known a dog to have so much bad luck but hopefully now she can reach her true potential.
30.83 at Gawler which was best of day. I think you can box her every week from now..



Bronwyn Welsh
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Wow what a ripper day Jamie. She flew. You have said it all along that she is the goods but just very unlucky. Well today showed her true ability when it all came together. Thank you so much for letting me handle her. My first winners photo in over 30 years. Long time between drinks. The people at Gawler track were amazing. So friendly and helpful for this “geriatric novice” strapper” 😁.


Michael Geraghty
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Bronwyn Welsh wrote:

Wow what a ripper day Jamie. She flew. You have said it all along that she is the goods but just very unlucky. Well today showed her true ability when it all came together. Thank you so much for letting me handle her. My first winners photo in over 30 years. Long time between drinks. The people at Gawler track were amazing. So friendly and helpful for this “geriatric novice” strapper” 😁.

Congrats, Bronwyn.
Always great to hear people getting back into the industry and enjoying their Greys.
30 years is a long long wait to get back in the winners circle...here's hoping for many more.



Bronwyn Welsh
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Cheers Michael. I had forgotten what a rush it was seeing your dog win. I always knew that one day I would get back to the dogs. Now I’m either owner or part owner in four. That damn Quinny got me started. 😁



Jamie Quinlivian
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After 28 starts, PRETORIA SON breaks his maiden today at Gawler.
He becomes Reetas 18th winner from 18 pups born.
The third and final litter of 11 are 8 months old.
What a sensational brood.
7 city winners. 4 group finalists.
So proud of her.

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