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1 Predictions on Sun Sep 06, 2015 9:35 pm


It is pretty quiet on the old forum, so how about some predictions for the season coming.

Does anyone want to take a stab at the Stawell Gift winner? What about the women's?

What is the race, other than any at Stawell that you are most looking forward to seeing?

Where do you think we will see the first of the fluffy tails?

I think that the Stawell gift will stay in Vic this year as will the women's. But watch for some good marks for runners with previous experience in the big races.

I am most looking forward to the ducks and drakes being played at Maryborough. It seems that there are always some that are willing to place here. TE as an example.

Let's be honest, if you look at any of the races before Christmas I think you will see some that are heavy on the brake across most distances.

Who wants to have a crack?

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