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Sally Ann - "... When you hit that rising ground" ?

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By:
penzance
When: 30 Jul 21 12:50
the thing is,taking football as an example,when we
fly the St George flag or get behind our country,oh
the're English.When you see the Scots,Welsh,Irish,
Indians and Pakistanis in cricket,they'll deemed to
be proud and patriotic when waving all their flags.
Proud to be English,is a crime to some.
By:
MJK
When: 30 Jul 21 13:12
The argument has nothing to do with 'Nationalism'. Day after day Onlooker the bigot finds any excuse to find fault with anything Irish. That is the point here. Again it has NOTHING to do with 'Nationalism', but a bitter bluenose bigot who hates anything Irish and is unfortunately backed up at times by others on here. This is NOT 'Nationalism'.
By:
onlooker
When: 30 Jul 21 13:35
What I do actually - "hate" - MJK - actually IS ... Irish NATIONALISM...

- as expressed and displayed in SPADES on here.... Time and time again.

'You reap what you sow'
By:
workrider
When: 30 Jul 21 13:46
Penzance , fully behind you on that , the English have every right to fly their flag and be proud, as has EVERY Nation . Been proud of your Country is a persons right its when we look down on other Nations that's when the trouble starts...
By:
MJK
When: 30 Jul 21 13:46
Totally shown up for what you are, laughed off the forum yesterday. Stop digging. Clown.
By:
onlooker
When: 30 Jul 21 16:08
"Stop digging"

You would be far better placed telling that to the Clowns at Galway the other Evening.
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DEFEND this incomprehensible (lack of) 'Logic'... if you can


Niall Cronin, the IHRB communications officer, subsequently said of Tuesday's incident:


'We had to disqualify something'


On the question of why ALIZARINE wasn't declared a non-runner and Rule 4 deductions implemented, Cronin said:

"Having considered all the evidence, the stewards upheld the objection that was made. As the horse ALIZARINE did not run in the race, that horse was deemed to be unplaced under rule 266, and the horse purported to be Alizarine was disqualified.

Pressed on the fact that Alizarine never took part, so couldn't win and should have been declared a non-runner, similar to a horse who didn't enter the stalls, he added:

"No, because a horse ran, so for Twinkle to be promoted, we had to disqualify something. It's not straightforward. Alizarine could not win the race, but Aurora Princess was unknowingly tacked up as the wrong horse."
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WHAT ?

The whole impetus appears to be ..... "We had to disqualify SOMETHING"  ...

  - on what BASIS ?    ...

Had they simply DEEMED ALIZARINE a NON-RUNNER  (as she/THAT horse CLEARLY actually was - being still stood in her Box) ... Then there would have  been -  NO NEED to "Disqualify"  anything


They might as well have said ...

The Racecourse Cat strolled across the course inside the final furlong - so we have Disqualified it ... SO THAT WE could Promote TWINKLE to be the Winner.
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ALSO - How can a Horse that - "did NOT RUN" - THEN - be "deemed to be UNPLACED"

  QUOTE = As the horse ALIZARINE did not run in the race, that horse was deemed to be unplaced


Talk about CONTRADICTING YOURSELF !
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"We had to Disqualify SOMETHING"


Have you ever read such irrational 'Logic' - or such a silly statement.


Is it any wonder that the Irish 'Logic' exasperates most of the rest of the world... yet they are so stubbornly dogmatic with it, too. Sad

That is what irks people.
By:
stu
When: 30 Jul 21 16:21
So anyway, Sally Ann and that rising ground...Laugh
By:
MJK
When: 30 Jul 21 16:29
Onlooker stop trying to get others on board with you, which is what you're trying to do. This is not just a racing thing for you, you hate anything Irish. Stop digging. We all know what you are.
By:
Rider
When: 30 Jul 21 16:38
think the track is essentially level in the final furlong and slightly downhill in the previous 2f furlongs
By:
Rider
When: 30 Jul 21 16:38
*2
By:
olddesperado
When: 30 Jul 21 19:35
Sally Ann Grassick has been writing about the sadness she felt on a recent visit to John Dunlop's old yard Arundel.
The former pupil assistant to Dunlop is dismayed at the condition of the once pristine stables that have now become dilapidated and deserted.

Hardly a random woman flown in for the day to interview a few jockies.

Oh and btw Onlooker since you asked Tom Lee is the son of former trainer Richard Lee and brother of current trainer kerry Lee .

For someone that professes to know everything racing related I'm surprised both of those facts escaped your forensic approach to finding mistakes in the written and spoken press.
By:
penzance
When: 30 Jul 21 19:42
Tom Lee used to do the betting on Ch4.
By:
ballyregan
When: 30 Jul 21 20:21
on the irish angle whatever happened to jimmy cricket?
By:
penzance
When: 30 Jul 21 20:43
run off with a grasshopper.
By:
ballyregan
When: 30 Jul 21 20:44
i remember his l and r on his wellies interesting fella
By:
penzance
When: 30 Jul 21 21:06
see him @Pontins,if I remember.
By:
elisjohn
When: 30 Jul 21 21:10
why has noone bought or taken over dunlops old yard, ?
By:
ballyregan
When: 30 Jul 21 21:11
wasted talent ireland need to promote jimmy more kevin o ryan and fran berry are on telly every day jimmys not been seen on for years somethings wrong
By:
madhatters
When: 30 Jul 21 21:33
Tom Lee posts on here
By:
Tiger Tiger
When: 30 Jul 21 22:10
cardifffc30 Jul 21 10:04Joined: 10 Oct 03 | Topic/replies: 12,993 |
Tiger Tiger member of the BNP(nap)

Utter nonsense, ffs, you lose again cardiffc.


cardifffc30 Jul 21 10:42Joined: 10 Oct 03 | Topic/replies: 12,993 |
saddo..i am english person who treats every person equal.......if that makes me woke them i am guilty



Lies, lies and more lies, Cardiffc is welsh, fact. Why do you post this rubbish cardifffc?
By:
irishone
When: 04 Aug 21 06:16
....same reason you post your rubbish (nap)
By:
sparrow
When: 04 Aug 21 07:24
People all using this new daft word "woke" makes you think they were all American and not English at all!

What are the origins of woke?
Once upon a time, it simply meant the past participle of ‘wake’. While that has rapidly changed in recent years, the modern definition of the word isn’t that new in the US.

In 1962 the New York Times published an article of “phrases and words you might hear today in Harlem”, a neighbourhood in the northern section of the New York City where many African-Americans live.
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