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Durbanville Today – Joey Worried About Draw

Straight from the horse's mouth

ANDRE NEL

Prefers not to comment.

Joey Ramsden – worried about draw

JOEY RAMSDEN

Race 1 – TALK OF THE TOWN (14): Lovely horse but looks a tricky draw.

GLEN KOTZEN

Race 3 – POLLY MAGGOO (12): No gallops and will need the run.

CANDICE BASS ROBINSON

Race 3 – ROYAL KISS (13): Coming on nicely but should be green and looking for ground.

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4 comments on “Durbanville Today – Joey Worried About Draw

  1. basil nelson says:

    Due to the common feeling of transparency , can anyone explain what “no comment” means , can trainers not be more specific than this especially in view of the fact that this trainer’s horse ran 4th in the first race today. I often play quartets but my sympathies lie with regular punters of this kind. This horse was unruly leaving the parade ring but the manner in which he finished suggested that he could have finished closer to the winner. We have to be thoughtful if we want to attract more interested parties to our beautiful game!!!

    1. Editor says:

      Hi Basil

      Some trainers have informed Gold Circle (the publishers of the comments) that they prefer not to comment.

      So ‘no comment’ should really be quoted as ‘no comment given’ rather.

      At the end of it, your position on transparency is the best approach – but individual trainers have a right to say nothing at all

      1. basil nelson says:

        Fair enough , as long as we all know what “no comment” means

  2. anton says:

    we as punters dnt get enough information from specially trainers to know a horse shows signs of a good run or improvement specially outsiders ….

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