Nov 10



Would you like a huge edged in your betting around the world today by rating horses blood counts?


Go to Documentaries link and see our trilogy of horse fitness that has taken 6 decades.


Cheers Jim

Nov 9



Just demonstrating how much her horse won by...

Nov 8



Go to documentaries today and you will be rating a horses blood count this afternoon for a huge edge in your betting.


Cheers Jim

Nov 8



Speediness has heaps of ability but has not been finishing off its races and that is because they have

badly missed it's blood count levels with ratings of 17.


Watch today and if u rate if 19-20 blood, look for an improved performance.


Cheers Jim

Nov 8


A very lucky owner/breeder and Rezoned from same DAM!



Hi Jim,


I really enjoyed your story about how Preferment would win the Derby and could be a future champ – Jim I think you are bang on!!


I may be biased - as  I was lucky enough to buy his dam Better Alternative in 2008 for 10k at an Inglis racehorse sale.


Here first 3 foals 1 Lonhro and 2 by Zabeels sold for a staggering $850,000 with her second foal Rezoned going on to win the SA Oaks in May this year at her last start.


I also was fortunate to bred another wonderful horse named So You Think who I sent Preferment’s dam to upon his retirement to stud that mating produced a lovely colt that is now a yearling.


I did not think I would bred another special horse so quickly but let’s hope he is as it is the most exciting thing one could ever do.



Kind regards,




Michael Moran

Marketing Manager

Windsor Park Stud



Nov 8




Not sure of the date of this photo but fitness rating only  18/98% fit and that is not enough to win today.

Could improve but would be behind the eight ball of others runners at this time during the week...



Irish sprinter ready for Australia's best


Slade Power will line-up in the Group One Darley Classic Slade Power will line-up in the Group One Darley Classic


By Mathew Toogood

MELBOURNE, Nov 7 AAP - Irish sprinter Slade Power is ready for one last test - against Australia's best - as he bids to cap his career in the Group One Darley Classic at Flemington.

International horses have claimed the three biggest races in Melbourne this spring but trainer Ed Lynam is under no illusions about the task ahead for Slade Power.

Slade Power will be having his final start before being retired to stand at Darley's Kildangan Stud in Ireland.

"This probably seems a bit mad, bringing an Irish sprinter to Australia, given the history of Australian sprinters," Lynam said.

"But he's champion European (sprinter) and I think before he retires he's entitled to take on the top sprinters in Australia and see how we go."

Slade Power has won the Group One Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot and the July Cup at Newmarket this year and Lynam said the sprinter would be sorely missed once he's retired.

"Today was the last day he rode out for us. We bred him. We love the horse," he said.

"He's been a huge part of our career."

Up-and-comer Chautauqua is a clear-cut favourite for the $1 million sprint after two impressive wins in good time in lesser grade over the course and distance.

Next pick Lankan Rupee won the Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley last start in a return to winning form.

He is out to add the Darley Classic to his Newmarket Handicap win at Flemington from the autumn.

Slade Power missed a preparation run in Europe in September and while Lynam said it was probably a huge ask coming to Australia and winning, there would be no excuses.

"We're not afraid to lose. We'll compete," Lynam said.

Slade Power, who has his issues at the barriers, has gate four and Racing Victoria's chief steward Terry Bailey has said the horse will be loaded in the order that is used in Australia, not last as had been requested.

He will wear a blindfold in the stalls with stewards allowing it to be removed by jockey Wayne Lordan.

"I've talked to the people at Racing Victoria, they're well aware of this horse and what has to happen with him and they've satisfied me that his safety won't be an issue tomorrow. So I trust them," Lynam said.
Nov 7

My crook back has me up again and good morning any punters in Australia and around the world.

I had a chance to rate a few races yesterday on Oaks day and back the 2 15's which were Vain Queen and Atmospherical which both won and I was on the 5 who ran second in the Oaks, $2.60 a place, thunder Lady.

Will do some writing, look at few races overseas and hopefully back to bed in about 3 hours times.


Cheers Jim

Nov 6



Yesterdays top rated horse from the mounting yard won at $15.70 / $4.00 and members got on.


Coming from last and running home like a train because it was 100% fit Steroesonic at Kyneton did the right thing for members who rated the horse 20/100% super fit.


Well done.


Download our fitness trilogy and rate fitness before the race and win.


Cheers Jim


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