Crazy Craig back to his Crazy Crazy best, shooting down a $2.30 favourite like Michael Diamond shooting a clay pigeon at Sydney 2000.
Pacodali in Race 5 at Sandown (Hillside)- 2nd
Hello everybody new user here, I was watching the race and the feed cut out at the 400m, I assume Pacodali was able to breeze past that Mawaany Machine fellow?
Sylvia’s Mother in Race 8 at Rosehill- Hahahahaha, 5th
YOU, SYLVIA’S MOTHER, YOU COULDN’T SMOOTH A SILK SHEET IF YOU HAD A HOT DATE WITH A BABE…
I lost my train of thought.
Organza in Race 9 at Ipswich- 2nd
Organza ultimately lost favouritism by the start of the race, thanks to a massive push for Manaya, apparently due to winning a crap Gold Coast race despite breaking a rein.
Hahahahaha, how’d that work out, floggos?
Anyway, Organza did beat home Manaya, and flew home in a massive ding dong battle with the roughie Skate to Paris, but in the end, it was another three name runner that belted them all- Ready to Prophet, quite appropriately trained by Gai, with Organza getting the judge’s vote for 2nd.
Michael Cahill has now ridden the last three winners of the Gai Waterhouse Classic, and for once, it was one of Gai’s horses that actually won the race.
Ready to Prophet… I certainly wasn’t ready.
CRAZY CRAIG’S TIP OF THE DAY
LAY Asterius in Race 3 at Rosehill- SUCCESS
I tell you what folks, when Crazy Craig is right, he’s right.
Wasn’t it strange that the only horse he mentioned aside from Asterius in his Crazy Column was Passage of Time… who led all the way to win the race eased down from the fast finishing Asterius.
Either way, a good return to form for the Crazy Bairnsdale Bastard, who did far better than me today.
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