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Bendigo Gift

Who wins Bendigo

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1 Bendigo Gift on Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:05 pm

Mex

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What used to be one of the top gifts in Victoria where all the farmers came in to watch the athletics and cycling is still a favourite of mine. Thanks to another post we have seen that some have been lucky with their marks. Who do you like?

2 Re: Bendigo Gift on Tue Mar 08, 2016 7:19 pm

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Warm weather, fast track. My picks for the final are:
Brittain
Dunbar
Hicks
Dobric
Harvey
Lehmann

Lehmann wins

3 Re: Bendigo Gift on Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:14 pm

GLPR


final:

morehouse
brittain
dunbar
dobric
harvey
lehmann

winner: dunbar

4 Re: Bendigo Gift on Wed Mar 09, 2016 10:56 am

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http://protrack.easyforumlive.com/t8-bendigo-thousand-winners-trainers-list

Two of the leading contenders for this week's 120m Bendigo (Thousand) Gift appear to be former winners Cam Dunbar (2004) and Rob Lehmann. It would be extraordinary if Rob Lehmann won the race 18 years after he won it in 1998.

Only one athlete has ever won the Bendigo Gift twice - Matthew Webster in 1983 and 1986.

Lehmann won the race when it was run over 100m for four years between 1997 and 2000. The Bendigo organisers were concerned with people running on the bike track so reduced it to a 100m race. Fortunately it returned to the traditional Gift distance in 2001.

If Lehmann was to take home the Bendigo Gift sash I can't recall a bigger gap between wins of a major Gift.

In Adelaide last month Tim Johnson won the Camden 120m Gift for the second time having won it in 1998, but Camden is not one of the traditional classics like Bendigo.


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5 Re: Bendigo Gift on Thu Mar 10, 2016 4:25 pm

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Nathan Riali 4 - Ran a PB at the state champs and also has a lift, will run well here.

Cam Dunbar 8.5 - Has been in ripping form, great performance at Keilor.

Ryan Camille 8.75 - Thought he looked really good in the semi's at Stonnington, a sneaky chance and will be fresh!

Noddy Angelakos 9.5 - Like Camillie, just basing this on a ripper semi final at Keilor, best run considering he's come back 2.75m since Rye.. also been resting

Dean Dobric 10.25 - If the last 2 mentioned are fresh, this guy is PEE KING! With the limit at Stawell at 10m, I'd imagine he may either win this or try his luck again at Bay in December. Top 3.

Matthew Harvey 10.75 - Might be one of the few to win the Bendigo 1000 for a second time.

Rob Lehmann 11.75 - He is a testament to all vets out there! I think he'll do well again and in fact win this, go back .75m and win Ararat next week!

Darren Whittaker 12.25 - Would love to see him run and win, though I just don't think his body is up to it. If he is even close to 100%, he wins. I suspect he's hovering at about 80%, is that enough though?

NEXT IN:
Andrew Robinson 4.5
Craig Foley 11.25


The Final:
Riali
Dunbar
Camille
Angelakos
Dobric
Harvey
Lehmann
Whittaker

Lehmann to win.

6 Re: Bendigo Gift on Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:38 pm

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The Bendigo final has always been a great race. Athletes who are raring to go for both the win and a Stawell final birth. Let's look at the chances.

Cam Dunbar 8.5m / Sajeethan Nallavairan 8.5m (14%) - Let's be perfectly honest here, there are no votes for Sajeethan here as Dunbar would look like a clear favourite this weekend. He has made major finals this season and one would say he is either due or set for this weekend. Unless he is a chance later in the year, but then an extra quarter or half depending on his win may put him in the Stawell frame. Who knows, but one thing is for sure, he will be thereabouts.

Marcus Cooper 11.75m / Rob Lehmann 11.75m (10%) - This would make a good match race, but Lehmann would have to be a clear favourite over Cooper. Lehmann showed he still has a good turn of speed with a final at Keilor, a final that is harder to make than necessarily win. If Lehmann is to win he will have to hold off a fast finishing Dunbar. Can he do it? What is his priority? A gift or Hank? I would think only one is on the cards.

John Cara 12m / Darren Whittaker 12.25m (8%) - Cara still looks good but his speed has gone. At least at the moment anyway. Whittaker is clearly where these votes are at. He also has a choice to make, does he have a crack or bottle his mark for another tilt at Maryborough or Stonnington? Is time ticking though? Watch for him at Easter is one of his many events. Not going to win here.

Tim Rosen 13.25m / Shane Quinn 13.5m (8%) - Sick of writing about him, can't win here. Has made a good fist of this year and could go close to some VTRA awards. I wonder what he thinks of his season, I would be happy but let's be honest here too, it was definitely due with his starting marks. Shane Quinn will not win here either. He still has a good mark in other events. Could final at Stawell, but not in the gift.

Good luck

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