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How'd You Do? / Re: 4/21
« on: April 21, 2018, 09:08:17 pm »
Could be worse.


Wins:
Queen of Egypt (3yo, Magic Glory) in a maiden

Places:
Margiela (3yo, I'm No Fool) in a maiden

Shows:
City of Gold (3yo, Golden Text) in the Star De Naskra Stakes (Ungr.)

Fourths:
Hot Off The Press (2yo, Long Live The King) in a NW1 Allowance

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How'd You Do? / Re: 4/18
« on: April 18, 2018, 06:27:27 pm »
The ones I thought might do well didn’t and the ones who went in on a whim, outdid themselves.


Wins:
Principality (2yo, Von Lichtenstein) in a NW1 Allowance
Saghi (3yo, Lucky Streak) in the Comely Stakes (Gr. 3)

Places:
Marvelous Verse (4yo, Broad Account) in a Starter Allowance

Shows:
Svalbard (2yo, Foolhardy) in a NW2 Allowance
Kalina (3yo, Brigade) in an Allowance

Fourths:
North Star (5yo, Strider) in an Allowance

Fifths:
Magic Molly (5yo, Demand the Best) in an Allowance
Ch. Here Comes Trouble (3yo, Foolhardy) in the Comely Stakes (Gr. 3)

Also Rans:
Paradise Falls (3yo, Von Lichtenstein) 7th in the Derby Trial (Gr. 3)

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Anything Goes / Re: The Grand National 2018 (Apr. 14)
« on: April 15, 2018, 08:19:48 pm »
Yes it did. Nice photo of him on the trainer’s Twitter Page, safely home in his own stable :)

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Anything Goes / Re: The Grand National 2018 (Apr. 14)
« on: April 15, 2018, 10:14:45 am »
Tom George, trainer of Saint Are (correct spelling this time), has done well overnight and will be going back to the trainer’s stables in Gloucestershire today. Hopefully if he’s well enough to travel, that’s a good sign.

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Foaling Barn / Re: Stillwater 2022 Foals
« on: April 15, 2018, 08:24:10 am »
Sorry for your loss.

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Anything Goes / Re: The Grand National 2018 (Apr. 14)
« on: April 14, 2018, 06:08:53 pm »
The horse was Saint Arr (I think I’ve spelt that right). Just been reported that he’s been taken to the racecourse stables for assessment so semi-positive news. All other horses and jockeys reported to be ok.

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How'd You Do? / 4/14
« on: April 14, 2018, 11:30:08 am »
Surprisingly good day  :) Nobody worse than 4th (and two of those were babies so can't complain).

Wins:
Eilean Donan (3yo, Edinburgh) in a NW1 Allowance, breaking her maiden.
Back Into The Blue (4yo, Blue Smoke) in an Allowance
Antarctica (3yo, High Chances) in a NW2 Allowance
Guill (3yo, Highland Magic) in a NW2 Allowance
To Dare Is To Do (3yo, Tottenham Hotspur) in an Allowance

Places:
Altuzarra (4yo, I'm No Fool) in an Allowance
Counting Stars (3yo, Drum Major) in a NW2 Allowance

Fourths:
Half Pint (2yo, Dixie Time) in a NW1 Allowance
Quote (2yo, Quarren) in a NW3 Allowance
Hopestein (3yo, Von Lichtenstein) in the La Troienne (Gr. 3)

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Anything Goes / Re: The Grand National 2018 (Apr. 14)
« on: April 14, 2018, 09:03:56 am »
I haven’t had much time to look at the runners this year but I’ll be watching with interest.

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Foaling Barn / Re: Generous’ Foals 2022
« on: April 11, 2018, 06:16:23 pm »

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How'd You Do? / Re: 4/11
« on: April 11, 2018, 01:06:25 pm »
First 2yo winner and a stakes 1-2!

Wins:
Belle of the Ball (2yo, Von Lichtenstein) in a NW2 Allowance
Fighting Irish (4yo, Nightfight) in a Starter Allowance
Poised Iris (4yo, Strider) in the Jacques Cartier Stakes (Gr. 3)

Places:
Travinator (3yo, Point Given) in a NW1 Allowance
Dazzling Shade (4yo, Bellagio) in an Allowance
Illustrious (4yo, Magic Glory) in the Jacques Cartier Stakes (Gr. 3)

Shows:
Hollywood In Black (4yo, Nightfight) in a NW2 Allowance
Lostintranslation (3yo, Candidate) in a NW2 Allowance
Darkness Falls (4yo, Candidate) in an Allowance

Fourths:
Rio Grande (3yo, Long Live The King) in a NW1 Allowance

Fifths:
Complete Pleasure (4yo, Unabridged) in the City and Suburban Handicap (Ungr.)

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Foaling Barn / Re: Generous’ Foals 2022
« on: April 10, 2018, 06:24:51 pm »
Two safe arrivals today. The two mares are mother and daughter  :)

GDANSK
ICh. Long Live The King (S) x GCh. Danzintothetop - WCh. Strider
9.2h dark bay colt
The city of Danzig is now known as Gdańsk and is part of Poland.


LETTERS TO IRIS
NCh. Worthy Victor x Ch. Just Danzig (G) - Danzig (G)
10.2h chestnut filly
Named after a novel that I have yet to read but am intrigued by the title.

1/2 sister to GCh. Danzintothetop, Graphene, Paradise Falls, Top Hat N Tails

31 Colts | 26 Fillies | 2 Stillborn

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Foaling Barn / Re: Stillwater 2022 Foals
« on: April 10, 2018, 06:20:14 pm »
Sorry for your lost foals. Really nice colt though.

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Foaling Barn / Re: Generous’ Foals 2022
« on: April 08, 2018, 07:07:49 am »
Sadly we lost a Colt foal this morning. Thankfully mum is well and we’ll try again for next year. Three other babies arrived safely.


Stillborn colt
NCh. Golden Text (S) x Checkmate Debate (S) - WCh. What's Debatable (G)
1/2 brother to Ch. Probable Cause, Checking Giant

EVE’S APPLE
ICh. Devil's Walk x NCh. Get The Point (B) - Point Given (B)
9.2h black filly

1/2 sister to Ch. Adonis, Ch. Beside The Point, Burnin It Down, Ch. Knight's Templar, Point The Finger

MACKINTOSH
NCh. Golden Text (S) x Ch. Raining on Parade - NCh. Gimme A Shot (S)
8.0h grey colt

SWEET LULLABY
FFCh. I'm No Fool (S) x GCh. Sekhmet - ICh. Alley Cat (B)
9.1h bay filly

30 Colts | 25 Fillies | 2 Stillborn

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Questions / Re: I'm totally confused...
« on: April 07, 2018, 04:41:32 pm »
I've nearly sunk myself several times due to buying/breeding way too much. Also, due to the way the game is run, there's only so much you can do in a day/week/month/year, so patience is important.

Definitely try not to have too many horse too soon - it's hard not to as there's so many pretty ones! But It's really only the racers that pay for themselves (hopefully) and maybe the studs if they are successful and/or popular. Broodmares tend to cost you in breeding and shipping fees unless you're lucky enough to have a suitable stud of your own to breed them to. If you breed your own horses, it's wonderful to see the new foals but it's a least two years before they hit the track and maybe longer before they show any enthusiasm about running.

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Questions / Re: I'm totally confused...
« on: April 07, 2018, 04:10:58 pm »
Welcome! I'd suggest reading the frequently asked questions section https://www.finalfurlong.org/faq.php as this might help you. It's quite straightforward once you get the hang of it but the FAQs will give you a lot of background info.

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