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Jim Meletios
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15 Apr 2018 08:48


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Have a look at his 25 offspring out of not particularly high grade dams

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Punching above his weight?



Steven Martin
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It's pretty impressive Jim.

From 9 whelping's (2 are not racing age yet) or 48 pups, he's produced 40 city wins.

He's only produced 1 Group winner (plus 1 "Group Listed" win) from 17 attempts but he's holding his own & is well above average.


Jim Meletios
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Steve I backed the second placed dog in this race

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And couldn't believe the run of the winner......that's when I first noticed his sire and what he's achieved .If I had a Fabregas bitch he'd be my first choice.


John Patrick Falvey
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One hell of a genuine chaser much like premier boloney bit slow early the trainer paslia (spelling) looked after him


Jim Meletios
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Another one with one litter racing

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Jim Meletios
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john patrick falvey wrote:

One hell of a genuine chaser much like premier boloney bit slow early the trainer paslia (spelling) looked after him


Exactly John he chased his a**** off.
Do you reckon he'll stay?


John Patrick Falvey
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Hi Jim,

I have done a lot of form on vic dogs for years in a major way he was a big track dog and suited to horsham and cranbourne.

Most stayers are bred for it the sames sires throwing stayers and usually good stayers are bitches 25-28 kg in size. I don't think hallunicate threw too many male stayers of note (but i can be wrong) so to answer your question probably too brilliant to be a genuine stayer. Lots can win over 600m but cant get he 700m plus.
As bart cummmings used to say they can all run two miles its just how fast is the question. cheers



Jim Meletios
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17 Apr 2018 05:03


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This dog came immediately to mind CLICK HERE

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