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« on: April 17, 2013, 06:26:57 AM »

Special thanks to Roger Cullipher and Clyde's Moments granddaughter for making my night last night. Let's see if Midnight Jewel's son can do the same in his series final tonight. She made opening night for me a good one and came back in final of her Mini Series.


  RACE 11 - Hoosier Park - IN - April 16, 2013
 Conditions: IS 31 "THE MISS WINDFALL" (FINAL)  
 Gait: Pace     Purse: $15,000     Class: IS 31     Distance: 1 mile     Track Cond: GD     Temp-Allow: 54-0     Off Time: 9:24 PM
 
 


HN  Horse  PP  1/4  1/2  3/4  Str  Finish Actual LQ Odds  Driver  Trainer
 
 


  
7  Shaint To Shabby  8  5/3Q  6/6  5/2T  2/1  1/1Q 1:56.1  27.4  16.20   Roger Cullipher  Roger Cullipher
  
 
 


  
9  Always As Fast  10  9/9Q  9/10H  8/6Q  7/2T  2/1Q 1:56.2  27.2  18.20   Jason Dillander  Ernest Gaskin
  
 
 


  
4  Annie Sez  4  7/6Q  7/7H  6/4Q  6/2  3/1T 1:56.3  28.0  2.90   Peter Wrenn  John Merkel
  
 
 


  
3  Fritzie Chic  3  2/HD  1/1H  1/1H  1/1  4/1T 1:56.3  28.4  5.00   Trace Tetrick  Steve Carter
  
 
 


  
1  Hawaiian Angel  2  3/Q  3/3  4/2H  5/2  5/1T 1:56.3  28.2  E11.70   Andy Shetler  Don Eash
  
 
 


  
8  Mystic Karissa  9  6/4T  5/4H  3/1H  3/1  6/2 1:56.3  28.3  *1.80   Ricky Macomber Jr  Ron Burke
  
 
 


  
5  Gm`s Best Ann  5  1/HD  2/1H  2/1H  4/1Q  7/4H 1:57.0  29.0  30.00   Tyler Smith  Jim Dailey
  
 
 


  
1A  Er Monica  7  10/10T  10/12  9/6Q  8/4T  8/6H 1:57.2  28.2  E11.70   Don Eash  Don Eash
  
 
 


  
6  Jd`s Infinite Lady  6  8/7T  8X/9  10/7Q  9/6T  9/8T 1:58.0  28.4  5.30   Sam Widger  Dan Perdue
  
 
 


  
2  Rhinestone Robin  1  4/1T  4/4H  7/5Q  10/8T  10/16Q 1:59.2  30.3  14.10   Lewayne Miller  Erv Miller
  
 
 
 


Time:  27.4 58.2  (30.3) 1:27.4  (29.2) 1:56.1  (28.2)  
 
 
 


HN  Horse  Driver Win  Place  Show    
7  Shaint To Shabby  Roger Cullipher 34.40  25.00  11.80    
9  Always As Fast  Jason Dillander   21.40  9.20    
4  Annie Sez  Peter Wrenn     3.20    
Win, Place, Show Pool: $10,535    
 
 
 


 Wager Type  Numbers/Payouts Pool    
 Exacta  (7-9 $539.20) $10,940    
 Trifecta  (7-9-4 $453.35) $11,613    
 Superfecta  (7-9-4-3 $330.20) $12,215    
 Pick 3  (4,6-2,6-7 $21.35) $1,337    
 
 
 


1st Shaint To Shabby  (3, M   Art`s Chip - Clydes First Cam - Cambest)
Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Roger Cullipher - KY
Breeder(s):  Roger Cullipher - KY
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2013, 07:32:22 AM »

Tri seems short Huh
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« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2013, 08:31:16 AM »


 I watched that race. Nice to see good horses have the ability to come from behind at Hoosier from bad posts and get the job done. Not the easiest thing to do, especially with some of these younger horses. Like his 27.4 last quarter

I agree the tri seems very short, but there was 11,000 in the tri pool. Bad betting pools are the norm there
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« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2013, 08:33:57 AM »

I watched that race. Nice to see good horses have the ability to come from behind at Hoosier from bad posts and get the job done. Not the easiest thing to do, especially with some of these younger horses. Like his 27.4 last quarter

I agree the tri seems very short, but there was 11,000 in the tri pool. Bad betting pools are the norm there
agree about the pool but there was 10 in the ex. pool and that paid handsomely.
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« Reply #4 on: April 17, 2013, 08:39:17 AM »

agree about the pool but there was 10 in the ex. pool and that paid handsomely.

Yeah, I see that. Strange. The triple is horrible.
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« Reply #5 on: April 17, 2013, 08:44:37 AM »

Yeah, I see that. Strange. The triple is horrible.
a few boxes of the tri or someone just playing numpers.  Who knows..Think JD could give us a better answer...He is a Hoosier laddie or should say was.
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« Reply #6 on: April 17, 2013, 08:55:36 AM »

a few boxes of the tri or someone just playing numpers.  Who knows..Think JD could give us a better answer...He is a Hoosier laddie or should say was.

I was just told the triple  was for 50 cents. Another site shows it paid $1813 for $2 .....That might clear it up. The exacta price here is for $2

That makes more sense
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« Reply #7 on: April 17, 2013, 08:58:30 AM »

I loved Clyde's Moment she made me a lot of money, i bet this horse last week and Roger just gave her a bad trip but i knew she was just as talented as everybody else in there...  beer beer
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« Reply #8 on: April 17, 2013, 09:06:45 AM »

I loved Clyde's Moment she made me a lot of money, i bet this horse last week and Roger just gave her a bad trip but i knew she was just as talented as everybody else in there...  beer beer
Did you play the horse, gimmicks,etc Huh? Nice numpers if you did.
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« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2013, 09:10:04 AM »

Did you play the horse, gimmicks,etc Huh? Nice numpers if you did.

no didn't play the race was busy, i would have used the burke horse in all the gimmicks anyway...
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« Reply #10 on: April 17, 2013, 10:40:12 AM »

Hawaiin Angel is the one to watch off that race as long as Eash is off....
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« Reply #11 on: April 17, 2013, 01:53:14 PM »

no didn't play the race was busy, i would have used the Burke horse in all the gimmicks anyway...

C'mon Jdizigg, number one rule at Hoosier is to pitch the Burke horse in the finals no matter how good they look. Just can't get away with his east coast shenanigans in Indiana. By the way Clyde's Moment made me lots of money back in the day too, in fact  good ole Roger was one of my go to guys years ago. Not as sharp these days, but still can find a gem or two hidden in his stock.
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« Reply #12 on: April 17, 2013, 02:00:41 PM »

C'mon Jdizigg, number one rule at Hoosier is to pitch the Burke horse in the finals no matter how good they look. Just can't get away with his east coast shenanigans in Indiana. By the way Clyde's Moment made me lots of money back in the day too, in fact  good ole Roger was one of my go to guys years ago. Not as sharp these days, but still can find a gem or two hidden in his stock.

 laughing guy laughing guy

always look at roger in indiana and ky.
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« Reply #13 on: April 18, 2013, 06:07:33 AM »

Night Pro a son of Midnight Jewel won his Mini Series final by 9 in a very convincing mile of 153.1. Congrats to all the connections involved. Roger Cullipher was second with one of his colts, but couldn't keep pace with the winner. trophy trophy trophy trophy
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