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Greg Brooker
Australia
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05 May 2016 11:28


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This guy by Kinloch Brae has been flying. If you have been following him your pockets would be full ! Terrific effort tonight. 29.09.

Congratulations to connections.



Nathan Bendeich
Australia
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05 May 2016 12:02


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Not taking anything away from winner but I think he was the run of the race at Cannington grp 1 last month ... Checked twice and still came home hard
And yes pockets are better thx blazin .... He was a moral !!
Super sire Kinloch !!!! Well done again !!!
Keep those knockers chewin on their boots !!!


Mark Staines
Australia
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05 May 2016 13:59


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I am a huge Fan of K.B.'s but hey the Bomber's dam line is pretty awesome.



Nathan Bendeich
Australia
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05 May 2016 14:07


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Mark Staines wrote:

I am a huge Fan of K.B.'s but hey the Bomber's dam line is pretty awesome.

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So very true !!! Class class and more class = future sire
With a bit of luck finally a mix of bombastic shiraz that's full proof with no dreaded loop hopes ....


Simon Burke
Australia
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05 May 2016 14:34


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nathan bendeich wrote:

Not taking anything away from winner but I think he was the run of the race at Cannington grp 1 last month ... Checked twice and still came home hard
And yes pockets are better thx blazin .... He was a moral !!
Super sire Kinloch !!!! Well done again !!!
Keep those knockers chewin on their




Michael Floyd
Australia
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05 May 2016 17:26


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It's amazing to think he's still a pup.

Replay from last night here - EXTERNAL LINK



Calum Andersen
Australia
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06 May 2016 01:27


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Is there head on shots of the races michael?



Trent Wrigley
Australia
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25 Feb 2017 11:13


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Makes another group final hopefully can win one soon good luck to connections



Trent Wrigley
Australia
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25 Mar 2017 12:15


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I see he has had his DNA done throw fast track he is from a phenomenal litter I look forward to seeing him at stud, three sires in Australia now of kinloch brae- Moreira, Brad hill billy and BlaZin Bomber soon


Ray Morcomb
Australia
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01 Jan 2018 23:25


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If there was any dog I believe could seriously be the next King of Australian sires it's this bloke. I really hope he gets a decent crack at it. Cause he is truly a great dog with great bloodlines


Craig Boston
Australia
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15 Jan 2018 06:04


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Does he have a sire page? Cheers


Grant Pask
Australia
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15 Jan 2018 07:38


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Hi Craig ,Bombers sire page is getting done at the moment, he has he's own facebook page and details are on that. cheers Grant.



Raymond Peter Fewings
Australia
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15 Jan 2018 21:20


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Stud fee?


Grant Pask
Australia
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15 Jan 2018 22:05


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Hi Raymond,
Bombers stud fee is $1100.



Ricki Hassall
Australia
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27 Jun 2018 14:04


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Does anyone have any Blazin Bomber pups on the ground or heard any reports?




Matt James
Australia
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27 Jun 2018 14:36


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I don't think he would have anything near break in age yet. But do yourself a favour and use him because once he does have some start racing his value at stud will skyrocket.

On what I've seen and heard he'll be busy come spring. i know you can't tell a pups ability by it's conformation and attitude, but trust me they'll be able to run.



Nathan Bendeich
Australia
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01 Nov 2018 12:44


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Coming up to a year old Blazins pups
How are they coming along ?
What are their early traits eg Shy or outgoing ,relentless or lazy ,easy to work with etc
Cheers in advance


Ronald George Hunter
Australia
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01 Nov 2018 15:04


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Have seen a Blazin pup, and was most impressed, he was very alert,
easy to handle and took to the lead impressively.


Matt James
Australia
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02 Nov 2018 01:32


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Nathan Bendeich wrote:

Coming up to a year old Blazins pups
How are they coming along ?
What are their early traits eg Shy or outgoing ,relentless or lazy ,easy to work with etc
Cheers in advance

On what I've seen they definitely aren't shy, but aren't overly hypo or anything either. They look and act the part and look like they can gallop a bit in the paddock. it all means nothing until they get to the track, but they are impressive enough for the rearer to purchase a few straws for their own broodies.




Rob Frendo
Australia
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03 Nov 2018 01:59


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He will fail at stud and fizzle out quickly maybe through no fault of his own. Only served 10 or so bitches this year and most had very limited ability.

The market has spoken -

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