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Author Topic: The claim yesterday  (Read 2103 times)
Chartwell
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« Reply #25 on: July 09, 2006, 08:49:49 PM »

For the record management was consulted prior to the claim being dropped. The stewards were notified and even though some trainers complained it is Arlington's position that Liane was a horse trainer before she took the paddock job. As an owner Liane would put me at a huge disadvantage if she had to leave the paddock everytime I wanted to claim a horse for her to train. Why not just put a big notice in the paddock "Liane's not here so someones getting claimed" The fact is that there is no advantage at Arlington and in fact Liane is busy doing her show during the time period the horses are being lead over and saddled. As the owner who claimed the horse let me say I took the risk of claiming on a track where many horses are not coming back sound and it is my money on the line not Liane's. Believe me every trainer watchs the horses being lead over and does whatever research as early as possible not at the 11th hour.  When Liane runs a horse she doesn't do commentary and doesn't hide anything from the public.  Finally I had to win a three way shake on the horse. If the horse broke down I don't think I would be hearing about this.
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mel4600
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« Reply #26 on: July 10, 2006, 05:10:00 AM »

Chartwell,

Most people agree with your position. Those trainers who were complaining have nothing better to do.
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« Reply #27 on: July 11, 2006, 11:36:56 AM »

Chartwell,

Most people agree with your position. Those trainers who were complaining have nothing better to do.
THE TRAINERS THAT WERE COMPLAINING WERE THE ONES WHO GOT OUT SHOOK OR PIISSED OFF BECAUSE THEY DECIDED NOT TO DROP ON THE HORSE AND IT RAN 109.3
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