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Anthony James Swann
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If he wins the Melbourne cup would you retire him to stud and what fee do you think he would stand at



Johnathon Campbell
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Anthony a question with so many answers!

Personally I'd race any dog I had until it was obvious his or hers form dropped off then it's retirement even if it was a bush dog or Grp dog.

Service fee depending on overall record at retirement but $880 with a record to back that fee.


Michael Floyd
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26 Sep 2014 03:20


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Replay of the run here EXTERNAL LINK

He was last out of the straight!


Craig Andrews
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26 Sep 2014 06:41


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james saunders wrote:

best rearers in the country the joneses in my opinion simply because they keep continuing to produce very fast dogs off that property by different bitches and different clients.Its not a big establishment either.

Where is the Jones' rearing facility located?



Mick Whyte
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26 Sep 2014 06:49


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I think thats the biggest run from a dog I have seen, to go around the
whole field and run 29.09 is amazing.

Mick.


Ryan Vanderwert
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Stephen Francis wrote:

....... I have been following My Bro Fabio since you nominated him as the fastest 500m dog in Victoria a fair while back.......

haha Stephen.

what about Wind Whistler's run taking ground off Campaspe Will in the h/str.........how good is he going to be when he gets a little maturity about him ?


Stephen Francis
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Yeah Wind Whistler was a good run Ryan. Campaspe Will was perfectly boxed also. Went through a pretty poor patch so good to see him back.

There is a stack of good young dogs around at the moment here in NSW we have the likes of Winsome Prince who is unbeaten and seems to improve every run, Avondale Al who almost broke the Gosford record on debut, George Sanette who almost broke Paw Lickings track record in a performance trial at Maitland on Thursday running 24.88 and Lady Ronray who is 8 wins from 9 starts ran 25.08 on the same day. And probably a stack of others I have missed. Then there is Silent Effective who is probably similar to My Bro Fabio as he is not always great early but can navigate his way through a field and run exceptional times in doing so.

They still have a way to go to match the likes of My Bro Fabio but some of them should make their way to the big leagues.


Brad Napper
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27 Sep 2014 03:25


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That is one of the best run homes i have seen in a long time on a sprinter. That line just seems to ooze strength.


Ryan Vanderwert
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Stephen Francis wrote:

Yeah Wind Whistler was a good run Ryan. Campaspe Will was perfectly boxed also. Went through a pretty poor patch so good to see him back.....

See you're the real excitable type Stephen. haha.

Good run! Gee you're a hard marker. They both ran Group 1 dog mid race sections.

It looked like Will eyeballed the young Whistler when they almost collided midfield and said 'let's go, I'm outa here' with the Whistler every bit up to the challenge outrunning him mid race.

The scary thing is I've seen him 8 times now over the last 3 months and he's run those Group 1 mid race sections 7 times and the time he didn't he missed the mark by half a length.

An absolutely amazing young pup - very much like a young My Bro Fabio. Just hope they dont put him over the longer distances, as he's a very exciting up 'n' coming young sprinter.



Chris Nutt
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27 Sep 2014 09:04


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MBF reminds me of the great Turanza Bale.


Brad Napper
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27 Sep 2014 10:41


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So who is better Warrior King or his brother My Bro Fabio?



Grant Thomas
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27 Sep 2014 10:52


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How goods this damline going...


Ryan Vanderwert
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brad napper wrote:

So who is better Warrior King or his brother My Bro Fabio?

MBF 5 lens better over 500m



Steven Martin
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27 Sep 2014 11:12


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brad napper wrote:

So who is better Warrior King or his brother My Bro Fabio?


WK was king 3 months ago.
MBF is currently king.
Who know in 3 months as both can gallop.



Chris Nutt
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27 Sep 2014 11:13


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Going real good Grant. Plenty more pups from the great Gold Serenade line in the not to distant future


Sandro Bechini
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27 Sep 2014 11:16


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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

brad napper wrote:

So who is better Warrior King or his brother My Bro Fabio?

MBF 5 lens better over 500m

Agree that on disclosed form, MBF is superior to Warrior King


Ryan Vanderwert
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27 Sep 2014 11:32


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steven martin wrote:

WK was king 3 months ago.

surely you jest



Steven Martin
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27 Sep 2014 12:07


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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

surely you jest

No I'm not Ryan.
WARRIOR KING ran -
3rd in the Group 2 Horsham Cup (Mar 14)
3rd in the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg Wpk (Apr 14)
WON the Group 2 Bendigo Cup. (4th July 14)

Before the 4th of July, MY BRO FABIO had run -
29.76 (Med).
29.38 (Spk).
3rd in the listed Bill Collins Mem (Spk)

3 months later(near enough to), MY BRO FABIO is on top with a
33.94 Spk (5th Fastest).
Track Record (Act).
Group 2 Canberra Cup.
& 29.09 at Spk (5th fastest)...Which to me put the icing on the cake...at this stage.




Ryan Vanderwert
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27 Sep 2014 12:20


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sorry Steve, I thought we were talking about sheer ability, not so much statistically



Steven Martin
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27 Sep 2014 12:23


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Always Race Record with me Ryan....unless stated.

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