Jul 27



Top line first 3 horses at Sandown ran 2-3-4, missed...Jim

Jul 27



I missed the horses in the mounting yard for the 1st, back on track now and ready to win....Jim

Jul 27

Top trainer getting back into the swing of higher fitness levels, I have backed Our Ivanhoe in the Cups, nice strong horse and distances are not

an issue, just gotta peak 100% fit on the day.....Jim 



Freedman’s stable notes


Nordic Flight (4yo ch h Adlerflug x Norwegian Pride)


He’s a young German horse that has been with us for about six months. He got injured in the paddock early on which was probably a blessing needed time to acclimatise. He’s had a jump out he’ll have another one this week and is probably two to three weeks off a race.




Tom Melbourne (5yo b g Dylan Thomas X Roshanak)


He had a good preparation up until his last run in the Mornington Cup, we’re not convinced he’s a mile-and-a-half horse. I think he’s going to be really suited here at Pinecliff, last preparation at Flemington he tended to heat up a bit but he’s much more relaxed here.




Sarrasin (4yo b h Monsun x Sand River)


He arrived earlier in the year and we had him up and going at Flemington but he had a minor viral setback so we stopped him. He’s had a six-week break and looks much better for it, he’s on track for spring but is still a month or so away from a trial but he’s a beautiful horse.




Shimrano (4yo h Monsun x Shimrana)


He arrived from France about three weeks ago out of quarantine and has been at Pinecliff for about a week. He’s settled in really well and we’re really happy with him. He’s still very immature and this prep will really strengthen him, his next prep could be very good.




Guardini (5yo g h Dalakhani x Guantana)


He won well in Sydney but we decided to stop with him after that to focus on spring so he’s had a good winter break. He’s been back in work for three weeks and looks great and he showed he really turned the corner last preparation. He’s a good horse.




Our Ivanhowe (6yo b h Soldier Hollow x Indigo Girl)

He flew straight home after the Doomben Cup win and was back here to spell. We learnt a lot about him last prep and this place has really been the secret to him. He was very unlucky prior to the Doomben Cup and if luck goes his way this spring he will be a big player

Jul 27



We start soon, live fitness percentages from mounting yard at Sandown and Canterbury.

Tune in here for results.


FREE live to the world next week......Jim

Jul 27




From: James Conway [mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 9:37 AM
To: 'john Subject: RE: Hope you include dogie in you plan


I trained heaps of winners in the dogs John, but poor betting options the way I see it,

·        Don’t jump

·        Don’t chase

·        Fight

·        Run wide

·        Knocked over


The problem with dogs is very quick time to bet in if I tip them, maybe 30 seconds or less plus smaller pools.


Thanks Mate




From: john
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 9:31 AM
To: James Conway
Subject: Hope you include dogie in you plan


Morn Jim,

Thanks for the update and I notice you do dogs too and I think dog is much easier to play and cheaper for guys like me and this is what I am hoping for,I did ask you about rtg but now I know what it means.

I bet the dogs lots of time than the gallop


Jul 27
Jul 27



Live today at Sandown and Canterbury, two soft 7 tracks not that is makes any difference to us.

EMAILS and SMS available to members.


All FREE next week, fingers crossed.....Jim

Jul 27

its is all about betting online now, not going down to the tab to place your bets, unless your thirsty also.




Ladbrokes, Coral to offload betting shops

Ladbrokes and Coral must offload 350 to 400 High Street stores as a condition of their proposed STG2.3 billion ($A4.04 billion) merger, the Competition and Markets Authority has said.

In its final report into the merger, the CMA found the deal could "lead to a worsening of the offer made to customers at both a local and national level" in the gambling market.

The proposed merger would create Britain's biggest bookmaker with around 4000 betting shops, but the CMA has identified 642 areas across the country where the deal could harm competition.

The store sales must be formally approved by the CMA before the deal can move forward.

"We've found that the merger between two of the largest bookmakers in the country would reduce competition and choice for customers in a large number of local areas," the antitrust regulator's inquiry chairman Martin Cave said.

"For these customers, competition comes from the choice of shops in their local area and they would lose out from any reduction of competition and choice."

Coral said in a statement the two companies planned to press ahead with the store sales and aimed to complete the deal by the autumn


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