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corruptus in extremus
07 Feb 17 15:18
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Huge drifter,prepare for a flop

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By:
easygold
When: 07 Feb 17 15:24
Williams and Wedge are deadly. Wedge, getting in close then going on the inside before the turn. The PINK BUTTON was busy .
By:
Aladdin Sane
When: 07 Feb 17 15:24
Evan thought it was a good thing yet drifts from 1.63 to 1.9 before the off.  Strange how layers seem to know more than the trainer!
By:
1st time poster
When: 07 Feb 17 15:24
not in the eyes of the atr presenters queuing up to tell us about the strong fav as it drifted like a barge
By:
mincer11
When: 07 Feb 17 15:38
Williams couldn't train a dog to sit down. He wouldn't know when he'd have enough eaten and he never could.
By:
Applewine
When: 07 Feb 17 20:10
So Henry Brooke (who i really rate) pick up a spare ride for Evan last week, after riding a treble with prominent forcing tactics the difference in body language was amazing, held up, really quiet (even looked like Moloney) let the 2 up front slip away b4 getting serious all on a short priced fav, had no bet personally but was a shame to see that it looked like Henry was defintely riding to "orders" on this one
By:
mincer11
When: 07 Feb 17 20:20
The thing is that plenty of people have the notion that Williams is constantly tricking with horses when they are getting beaten all the time.  To me it can't be as simple as that , and people give him far too much credit. Evan Williams is not a clever trainer, in fact as his record suggests, he's a bang ordinary one. Given stock worth millions and he never wins a race of any consequence, and on top of that has a stable jockey that there wouldn't be a stampede for if he was available.
How the Ruckers stand for him is beyond belief as Williams is just yet another journeyman Welsh trainer.
By:
GANT007
When: 07 Feb 17 20:35
Mincer11.......He fits in well with a few Irish lads training on the uk gaff track circuit.
By:
remick
When: 07 Feb 17 20:58
these trainers like evan who are they codding but themselves, the machine was a great invention to enrich themselves but they ll never win the proper races as their mindset is set on the tricking and conning
By:
Barton Bank
When: 07 Feb 17 21:00
My personal favourite was Jim Best a few years ago appealling for people to send him some better horses so that he could win the top races. Doesn't work like that, James.
By:
remick
When: 07 Feb 17 21:06
the media we have do a disservice to the punter trying to brainwash us on certain jockeys , if you were to believe luke harvey, paul maloney is like a messiah given the platitudes he receives from luke , then we have mr matt chapman talking bout the leitrim robber eulogising bout him how great he is , the best hands he says in business with the same boyo strangling horses like clockwork each week on the all weather , chapman then has the audacity to tell the general public sds is not worthy of being champion , criticising him regularly , a guy that is as honest as the come and rides to line , this is the media that insults the public on a daily basis with the lies and innuendo spewed by clowns like harvey and chapman , two **** that should be exterminated
By:
GANT007
When: 07 Feb 17 21:31
Sure you have the likes of mincer11 raving about certain trainers who wouldn't train ivy up a wall.
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Feb 17 13:54
agree with mostn of what mincer says which begs the question wtf has hendo been putting bolloni up
By:
1st time poster
When: 08 Feb 17 13:55
bolloni up for
By:
jackdaw
When: 08 Feb 17 14:04
Applewine - Brooke had 2 spare rides for Williams at Sedgefield last week. The ride on the second one was even more 'tender' than the first.
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