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Proves yet again that Hesi's and your hypocrisy knows no bounds.  Can I close you account(s) now or will you pop in for a troll every now and then? 

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1 minute ago, Chief Stipe said:

Proves yet again that Hesi's and your hypocrisy knows no bounds.  Can I close you account(s) now or will you pop in for a troll every now and then? 

Close them Boxie.

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Well we know for sure that Ngakonui Grass reads this site as twice now he/she has posted the correct answer after I have placed it here. Especially amusing since stating over there "Wouldn't know where to start to get the answer so i will take a guess"  

Just keep popping over here NG.....help is at hand when you get stuck. ☺️  

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Chief is this guy Hesi a hippie from the late 60s early 70s? 

Must have been good LSD in those days as he thinks Timon raced in front of the Queen at Ellerslie. Would have been a remarkable feat as the Queen was at Ellerslie in 1953 and Timon raced in the 70s. 😵 

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12 minutes ago, All The Aces said:

Chief is this guy Hesi a hippie from the late 60s early 70s? 

Must have been good LSD in those days as he thinks Timon raced in front of the Queen at Ellerslie. Would have been a remarkable feat as the Queen was at Ellerslie in 1953 and Timon raced in the 70s. 😵 

He's not a true follower 

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Ace, I'm  disappointed you haven't nailed my trivial trivia question yet!!😁Or do I have to pass it over for Hesi and the boys?😉

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2 hours ago, Chief Stipe said:

He's not a true follower 

 

2 hours ago, All The Aces said:

Chief is this guy Hesi a hippie from the late 60s early 70s? 

Must have been good LSD in those days as he thinks Timon raced in front of the Queen at Ellerslie. Would have been a remarkable feat as the Queen was at Ellerslie in 1953 and Timon raced in the 70s. 😵 

ATA you are being a tosspot (again)

Queen Elizabeth visited NZ three times in the 1970s ...(1970, 1974 and 1977) ...so quite conceivable that she was in Auckland when Timon was racing. 

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Did she attend Ellerslie races in those visits though Weasel? It's very hard to race in front of the queen if she wasn't present at the meeting.  

In 1970 she attended the races at Trentham from all reports but I as to Ellerslie? 1974 was for the Commonwealth Games and can't find any evidence of her attending Ellerslie in 1977. 

 

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On 10/4/2019 at 9:20 PM, All The Aces said:

I see our mate PJ has stopped sulking and is looking for a third horse.

However I won't rush this overnight...….. 

I see that no one came up with the third stallion PJ was looking for and he has advised it was Overnite Express.

Guess the clue I posted above was too obscure for them. 😄 Come on NG you should have got that one......

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On 11/10/2019 at 6:43 PM, All The Aces said:

No response so can I gather she didn't. Anyway Chester my Spearfelt thoughts go out to you at this time.  Come in NG. 😊

you are missing the point, so I will make it again and hope you catch my drift. You posted a snaky remark aimed at Hesi (below). noting that Timon didn't race until the 1970s and Lizzie had visited years earlier in '53... but Hesi was quite reasonable in his guess, since the monarch was indeed on our fair shores during Timon's racing career. Whether or not their paths crossed in the 1970s is irrelevant, his guess was a fair call. 
 

Must have been good LSD in those days as he thinks Timon raced in front of the Queen at Ellerslie. Would have been a remarkable feat as the Queen was at Ellerslie in 1953 and Timon raced in the 70s.

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On 10/11/2019 at 6:43 PM, All The Aces said:

No response so can I gather she didn't. Anyway Chester my Spearfelt thoughts go out to you at this time.  Come in NG. 😊

Anyway Weasel. I wonder if you are missing the point here. 😊

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Comedy King won the Melbourne Cup in 1910 and was leading sire in 1919-20 and 22-23

Spearfelt won the Melbourne Cup in 1926 and was leading sire in 1942-43

Source: Winners Of The Melbourne Cup by Costa Rolfe (Foreword by Bart Cummings)

Quote: Page 148 " Spearfelt's reputation as a "ladies-man" would only be furthered upon retirement, a highly prolific stud career seeing the stallion named Australia's leading sire in 1943.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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The list below shows the leading sire of Thoroughbred racehorses in Australia for each season ... 1943–44 – Manitoba; 1942–43 – Spearfelt; 1941–42 – Beau Pere; 1940–41 – Beau 

 

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On 13/10/2019 at 12:53 PM, All The Aces said:

Anyway Weasel. I wonder if you are missing the point here. 😊

You'll never win with this lot ATA!

They've even resorted to plagiarism to make themselves appear more 'punting sophisticates'...

A bloke called VC

"Finche was very good again. His staying profile suggested that he may not be suited by a slower run race that required a fast sprint home and there was an element of truth to that. He couldn’t match Kings Will Dream’s turn of foot between the 400m and 150m, but he didn’t lose much ground and was very fast and strong late, recording the 2nd best rating last 200m of the entire meeting.

His 101.8 rating is virtually on par with his 102 first up and we know that he’ll be better suited over further and in a race with more genuine speed. If he can progress to the 104-105 level in his lead up runs to the Melbourne Cup then he will go into that race with 54kg as a serious winning chance."

Verbatim from a well known Racing luminary in Dan O'Sullivan...

Grass replied thinking he'd come across an intellectual and nearly self flaggerlated himself stupid again...

 

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Just read the following posts from you know where and whom:

Hesi:  

Unbelievably, I have the answer......and fortunately the Queen was not involved.......Doug.......... or was that Doug's copy and paste stooge

First - Chester

Last - Comedy king

 

Whoopeeee, can't resist this

That arrogant, know all twat ATA(Chief Stipe or his copy and paste crony) on BOAY got it wrong, had Spearfelt as the last.

I don't suppose he is big enough to admit he got it wrong...........just confirms one thing:classic_smile:

 

Allow me a small modicum of self indulgence

 

Curious:

You may be right Peter. However an authority on these matters on another site suggests that Spearfelt which won the Melbourne Cup in 1926 was leading sire in 1942-43 ?

That concurs with my checking and would make him the last to do that double

And 

PWJ who asked the question:

Thanks Curious. Like I said, I'm happy to entertain other suggestions because I hadn't done an exhaustive research and yes Spearfelt achieved this feat. I will have to bow to an "authority"

 

 

Oh dear...… poor Hesi!!!   

 

Well well well...……..I don't think I need to say anything just resort to a ☺️ and a😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, Chief Stipe said:

Sorry who is my "cut and paste crony"?

I think you'll have to ask Hesi.

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Well I see the angry man's rant has been removed (he really does need to attend an anger management course) and an apology from Hesi for his go:

 

"Whoopeeee, can't resist this

That arrogant, know all twat ATA(Chief Stipe or his copy and paste crony) on BOAY got it wrong, had Spearfelt as the last.

I don't suppose he is big enough to admit he got it wrong...........just confirms one thing:classic_smile:"

 

Yeah...….na        😄

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Hesi:

..........and unreserved apologies to ATA, I still think you are an arrogant prat, but in this case(Spearfelt), I bow to your superior knowledge.

 

Thank you. Apology graciously accepted. 😀

 

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20 hours ago, Thomass said:

Grass replied thinking he'd come across an intellectual and nearly self flaggerlated himself stupid again...

 

Still can't read, since my response was suggesting I doubt he could win. As for plagiarism - you're the leader in that. Remember Cheltenham?

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