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I note corrupt Whiterod must have had a few drinks while working again today.

 

Ascot Park Raceway ON TUESDAY 31 Jul 2018

 

Weather: Overcast
Track: Good 
Scales: Correct at all weights
Health and Safety comment: Nil.

Judicial report: 1)  BENDER TRUTH (A Bradshaw) was stood down for 28 days under Rule 55.1.b. after Failing to Pursue the Lure during Race 6.

 

 

 
 

Christchurch Greyhound Racing Club

Addington Raceway ON THURSDAY 24 Jan 2019

 

Weather: Fine
Track: Good The track was presented in good order and the meeting proceeded smoothly.
Scales: Checked and correct
Health and Safety comment: Nil

Judicial report: BENDER TRUTH in Race 2 was stood down for 28 days under the provisions of Rule 55.1 b for failing to pursue the lure and is required to complete a satisfactory trial before next racing.

 

This is this dogs second offence without 10 clear runs since its first marring charge requiring a 3 month stand down.

Happy to be corrected if I am wrong but that’s how I read it.

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Initially stood down for FTP on 31/7/18.

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Charged a second time on 16/10/18, but received a 21 day stand down for an injury that wasn't actually incurred.

ATTN GRNZ & RIU - these "fake" injuries (to over-ride a FTP charge) need attention if integrity is to be upheld in the sport.

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Lucky this dog didn't cause serious injury or death to any of the other dogs today on the track. If it had killed a dog I had owned, I would have considered shooting the villain myself.

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The mongrel needs to be gone from the track & to some caring family with a comfy couch. It'll have a very happy life playing with people.

Go fetch!

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Ashley Bradshaw, please retire this dog... No more Bending The Truth   Thanks... 

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24 minutes ago, Yankiwi said:

Charged a second time on 16/10/18, but received a 21 day stand down for an injury that wasn't actually incurred.

ATTN GRNZ & RIU - these "fake" injuries (to over-ride a FTP charge) need attention if integrity is to be upheld in the sport.

One further note for GRNZ & the RIU....

Even though this dog has never had 10 clear "consecutive" runs in its lifetime, its run on 16/10/18 should not be classified as a clear run in the count back, as initially the dog was CHARGED before the vet did the connections a huge favour by finding an injury that wasn't there in the first place.

Fake injuries are "favours" to connections of a dog, at the expense of a largely increased potential risk to dogs it will race against in the future and misleading information to punters who ultimately fund the sport.

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3 minutes ago, CrossCodes said:

But it has ‘officially’ been stood down twice, so today’s stand down should have been 3 months, not 28.

Yes, today's stand-down should be 3 months & it will be changed by tomorrow or GRNZ email inbox will be hearing from me, yet again.

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1 minute ago, Yankiwi said:

Yes, today's stand-down should be 3 months & it will be changed by tomorrow or GRNZ email inbox will be hearing from me, yet again.

Makes you wonder what systems are in place (or not in this case) as to why this happened, we see with Whiterod in particular what happens when people get corrupted and just make up things as they go along.

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2 minutes ago, CrossCodes said:

Makes you wonder what systems are in place (or not in this case) as to why this happened, we see with Whiterod in particular what happens when people get corrupted and just make up things as they go along.

Now that the RIU doing the hiring/overseeing of the race day vets, surely there are either no checks in place or they are simply ignored.

The RIU are the blind police to uphold integrity with-in the code, which they fail miserably at. How do you think Godber would do investigating those under his direct charge? He would have been the person to appoint GW as the top dog within the code. How's that gone for the last 2 or 3 years?

I've been one of the fly's in the RIU's ointment for 3 or 4 years now, pointing out their shortcomings to officialdom within GRNZ. Patients for me has been very trying, but I firmly believe change is finally in the air. 

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13 minutes ago, Yankiwi said:

Yes, today's stand-down should be 3 months & it will be changed by tomorrow or GRNZ email inbox will be hearing from me, yet again.

Is the marring.rule obsolete now. Cos they don't seem to use it

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Just reading Stipes Report now for this race,and Stand Down for Bender Truth is recorded as being 3 MONTHS.

Owners Ashley Bradshaw/Peter Seque,do the honourable thing by all your fellow industry participants and retire this dog immediately.It can only ruin careers of rivals,or even worse cost lives!

Current Trainer Jason Dunn,common Jase,don't waste your time and effort persevering  with this greyhound any longer.All potential rivals in future will be grateful i'm sure.

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11 hours ago, Honestly said:

Very fast dog tho

Remind me please, what place was it in when it crossed the winning post?

Hopefully we don't have to see how fast it is, ever again.

The dogs it didn't kill yesterday weren't quite as fast down the backstretch. However, they really never got the chance to get going. They had a sideways animal between them & the lure.

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13 hours ago, Honestly said:

Very fast dog tho

Yes, you have a reputation for acquiring dogs with chasing issues, wonder why?..........

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GW must have had tired eyes last night, after spending the last week or so traveling the globe (well NZ anyway) to provide his professional services at various venues, enforcing integrity within the code.

From last night, Race #12...

#4 wearing the dreaded blinkers...

Where it going out of the boxes? Wanting out?

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Nope, didn't want out at all. Wanted to play a game of doggy pinball with the #7.

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Initial contact was made, then the two dogs bounce off each other.

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Then the #4 decides it's time for a bit of hide & seek with his new playmate.

Oh there you are, I found you!

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GAZZA'S GIRL (4) - began awkwardly and shifted out making contact and settled at the rear. Forced wide into the bend but ran on well for 5th place.
BIGTIME BRONX (7) - bumped and unbalanced when the start was made and settled back. Forced wide into the bend but recovered to finish 4th.

 

Entire video replay.

 

 

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Setting a bad example as Head Stipe, and should be travelling as far as Levin for a long rest, or maybe the holiday home Taupo way and who is  renting that I wonder...  :) That should keep him away from the Race track.   Didn't see the race but watched the replay and The Head On View of Blazing Audrey in the Big Race puts another doubt on this mans ability to read a race.

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Replay not yet available...

Stewards report is...

https://www.grnz.co.nz/catch-the-action/13395/stewards-report.aspx

BLAZIN' AUDREY (5) - contact for a distance after the start. Shifted off heels first turn. Turned head inwards in the final straight and shifted in making solid contact with TALKABOUT MISSY for a distance with both runners becoming unbalanced. Veterinary examination revealed grazes on all four legs with a 5 day stand down imposed. Subsequently stood down for 3 months and the completion of a satisfactory trial under Rule 55.1b failing to pursue the lure 2nd offence.

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Connections of the dog were unlucky in that they encountered a stipe who actually did their job, no doubt corrupt Whiterod would have given this dog yet another free pass.

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Any guesses on how many days stand-down will magically be required for BA tomorrow night in Wanganui, after she is represented to a crooked CD vet under the watchful eye of a crooked Steward?

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On ‎26‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 12:06 PM, Yankiwi said:

GW must have had tired eyes last night, after spending the last week or so traveling the globe (well NZ anyway) to provide his professional services at various venues, enforcing integrity within the code.

Had another look at this race & found a priceless still in it, that the professional couldn't seem to find.

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Nearly a carbon copy of Timmy Trumpet not marring Arya Stark, at Palmy a few years back.

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Watched one replay from today & happened to pick this one....

So...

  • Does the #1 get a holiday?
  • Does the #2 get a holiday?
  • Do both the #1 & #2 get holidays?
  • Is GW the Steward of the day & they both get free passes?

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Spot On..! :)  The report should be well and truly up by now. If the trots and gallops can have an inquiry in between races why can't Gav have the results of each race up quicker if possible?

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Looked quite simple,  the 1 dog is a mongrel, it’s already been put out once and his is number 2 in only it’s 6th start, retire the thing before it kills another dog on the track, thought Hodgson would have had more sense than that.

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https://www.grnz.co.nz/catch-the-action/13402/stewards-report.aspx

FUNZALO (1) - In contact into first turn and unbalanced. Turned his head out to another runner soon after and was referred to the Vet and cleared. Was stood down for 3 months for a 2nd offence under Rule 55.1 b and is required to complete a satisfactory trial before next racing.
BIGTIME COOPER (2) - in contact and unbalanced into first turn. Marred soon after and lost ground and was crowded into final bend and went back to the rear and stayed back.

So why wasn't marring 55.1a charged?

Watch Fridays Stewards report for the fake 21 or more day injury to turn up....

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