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Let's hope Catalyst doesn't do a Keewee Cricketer...

...pretend we're going to be competitive...but gets flattened by a Cane Toad BEHEMOTH

Lets face it Catalyst likes the cut...

Cane Toads don't and this Alligator won't lay flat for a Keewee pretender...

Besides that...he's very cleverly named. Alligator Blood is a poker term for 'Fearless'...

...and a total lack of concern for the wellbeing of other players at the table...

When the soft footed Catalyst tries to stretch on the concrete...the Blood will be off and gonnnnne...

 

 

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20 minutes ago, holy ravioli said:

are they set down to clash...?

Both nominated for the All Star Mile at Caulfield 14th March along with

Castelvecchio

Avilius

Beegood toya Mother

Funstar

Harlech

Kolding

Melody Belle

Super Seth (who beat Alligator Blood)

Verry Elleegant 

Just to name a few noms

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And for the FIRST time Keewees are eligible to vote!

Get pressing possums 

A Racing Experience Like No Other In Australia

It’s your race, they’re your All-Stars!

The All-Star Mile is an exciting concept in Victorian thoroughbred racing, with votes from fans determining which horses compete in the world’s richest mile race, worth $5 million. The inaugural race saw Mystic Journey confirm her status as one of Australia’s most exciting horses with a barnstorming victory against her older rivals, with the Godolphin pair of Hartnell and Alizee chasing her home.

The second edition of The All-Star Mile will be run at Caulfield Racecourse on Saturday, 14 March 2020, before The Valley takes over hosting duties in 2021. 

For the first time this year, the race will expand across the Tasman, with New Zealand residents now eligible to help shape the field for the second running of The All-Star Mile. Nominations are now open, so get ready to cast your vote and help choose the runners in the world’s richest mile race.

 

View the 2020 All-Star Mile Race Conditions

View the 2020 All-Star Mile Race Infographic


2020 All-Star Mile Final Nominations

 

The All-Star Mile website is currently under construction, please check back for updates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Crikey...what a crock...

The Alligator's ahead of Melody Belle at the moment...

..and wtf?  star What leading?

Catalyst back in 8 th with 800 votes...cmon get him up there

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Looks like the Cuzzies have finally cottoned on to just what a contest this will be....

EPIC could be understated...let's hope the constant worry of 'Thoroughbred injury' doesn't come into it...

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My finger got RSI after reading for a wee while and then attempted to to get to the grist of the matter by scrolling to the bottom! 
Actually I don’t think that I ever reached it!

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38 minutes ago, curious said:

You didn't reach the bottom or the grist of the matter? What was the matter again?

Where's Thomaas? ?

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Da Tennis has taken over moi's life...

Suffice to say....

The Crock has tactical speed...

...and if the rookie trainer continues to ignore the FACT Catalyst NEEDS Blinkers to concentrate...gets out of the gates at least on level terms...

...and wins easily with BO...why would one mess with gear...

...untless said neddy suffers defeat?

Makes zero sense...

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6 hours ago, Chief Stipe said:

Please explain.

Trainer has form also Chief!

Fingers crossed for the NZB vendors :ph34r:

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Do people think that the all star mile is a two horse race?

Check out  VC's list above,I hope Catalyst goes well,but i will be siding with another runner (or two)come race day.

Your up late Tommy! Managed to plug up that leakage out west yet?

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3 hours ago, Thomass said:

The Crock has tactical speed...

That hasn't been the pattern of his last few races.  HB Guineas showed Catalyst has not bad "tactical speed."

3 hours ago, Thomass said:

and if the rookie trainer continues to ignore the FACT Catalyst NEEDS Blinkers to concentrate...gets out of the gates at least on level terms...

I take it you didn't watch the last three races with the Blinkers On.  Didn't jump that well.

What was it you said ÷ "without the Blinkers he'd running like a drunken sailor down the straight at HQ"?  The only bit you got right was "straight"!

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9 hours ago, Chief Stipe said:

Please explain.

its an ongoing saga but to summarise...'Let’s get it straight. These people have admitted keeping 8 million dollars that didn’t belong to them, arguing that because Govt scrutiny at the time was insufficient they cannot be held to blame. It’s like a burglar saying it’s ok to pinch your television because you didn’t have security doors. Now, these people are trying to avoid paying back anything by suing for 4 billion dollars lost income, which is supposed to be the return on the investment of the money received dishonestly. I suppose if the burglar sold your telly then bought a lotto ticket with the proceeds and didn’t win first prize, the burglar would have every right to sue you… because you know who started it all in the first place?
And guess what? Doesn’t matter because it’s just taxpayer money anyway. Mugs!

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Neil Chenoweth

Almost Bankrupt Allan's dark horse

Neil ChenowethSenior writer

Albury’s favourite son Allan Endresz is bankrupt again . . . but not to worry, he’s got it on appeal (again). In the meantime he wants to tell you about a racehorse.

Alligator Blood is a two-year-old with a rocket-like finish, and a clean leg action that might be modelled on Almost Bankrupt Allan’s own form when chased by pesky creditors.

 

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Now Allan Endresz, perpetually the victim of terrible misunderstandings, has discovered blockchain. It's a matter of trust. Fairfax Media

And now he’s discovered blockchain.

Allan, who is serving out a 14-year ban as a director, is still being pursued by ASIC and the government over a trail of $8.725 million in missing funds from 1998 that Endresz has always made clear he never knew had been embezzled. Criminal charges against him were dismissed.

Yes, his company did end up with the money, but he was the victim here, which is why he spent years suing the government for $4.3 billion compensation. A couple of times in the 21-year pursuit it looked like ASIC and Treasury had finally bankrupted him, only for him to appeal or to open a new legal front that forced bankruptcy proceedings to be suspended.

On March 15 this year Justice Geoffrey Flick made a sequestration order against Endresz for $18.6 million in the ACT Federal Court. Naturally he appealed on April 5, putting himself back in play.

Almost all of his assets are subject to court freezing orders, but a man’s still got to live. The Paradise Papers showed that in a three-month period he spent more than $100,000 on betting and gaming venues, even while he doesn’t own anything. Everything he has is held on trust for a mysterious offshore beneficiary, while he himself, the poor bloke, has nothing.

It’s easy to misunderstand these finer points. Documents from the Paradise Papers showed that he was telling the Capital Security Bank in Rarotonga that he had $50 million of assets in Australia, and he was the owner.

He had an international money transfer business called Ezybonds that came to grief with some unhappy former clients saying some harsh things. The website is “currently offline for extended maintenance”, it says.

But that’s in the past. Now, apart from spruiking the Ezy No. 1 horseracing syndicate that owns Alligator Blood, Allan is working on an exciting new application called Zukaz, with a payment system involving Zucoins, an “augmented reality backed cryptocurrency token”.

Merchants just need to put their faith in an almost-bankrupt who is currently banned from directorships, using an opaque offshore structure, and who says he can’t be held responsible for any debt because it’s not his money. It’s a matter of trust.

“It’s Bitcoin on steroids — without the problems,” he says.

Maybe not for everyone. The picture of Allan on steroids is . . . troubling.

Correction: An earlier version of this story described Mr Endresz as a former insider trader. In fact in 1993 Endresz was convicted of eight counts of price manipulation, market rigging and making a false statement to the ASX, over a $560,000 trade of 4 million Emu Hill Gold shares between two companies he controlled, which lifted the market price by 40 per cent. He was fined approximately $13,000.

 
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11 hours ago, Mooncoin said:

Do people think that the all star mile is a two horse race?

Check out  VC's list above,I hope Catalyst goes well,but i will be siding with another runner (or two)come race day.

Your up late Tommy! Managed to plug up that leakage out west yet?

As moi says Mooner...tennis has taken over and Thiem was sensational last night...

Im rooting for Ash...into Mugurusa today...and the Venezuelan cum Spaniard to spank Barts in the final...

Apparently climbing Kilimanjaro has worked wonders for Mug's psychic energy...

...and no sport's psychic energy changes as often as Tennis ...Just ask Mexted

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3 hours ago, Chief Stipe said:

I guess he mentored Nathan Tinkler.

probably  mates with Eric Watson...who has a busted arse now and relies on money from his mum!🐀

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So Super Seth's cried off and it's a straight Match race basically 

AB trained the walls down yesterday and Van Dyke is super confident...

If Catalyst gets left behind at the gates....without the hood...

Theyll be slamming them back on quick smart next start...

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36 minutes ago, Thomass said:

If Catalyst gets left behind at the gates....without the hood...

He's been tardy with it ON.  But don't let facts get in the way of your fiction.

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TARDIER with them off....

Even though the new Starter...with HK experience...COMPLETELY f'd up the start..by letting his finger slip off the Starting button...he'll claim it was a mechanical problem...

They ALL charged the gates....then ALL took a step back...and jumped a split second after

Catalyst was that bit slower without the hood...BECAUSE HE LOST CONCENTRATION....

Cutnpaste that on your noggin

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