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    Default Tony Culhane

    Culhane rode his biggest ever winner today by guiding Som Tala to victory in the Northumberland Plate. Personally, he thought he gave the horse a cracking ride and deserves his success.

    No pace on so he dictated the race from the front, had most of the field pulling for their heads and kicked on off the final bend. The Godolphin horse was first to challenge but weight maybe told and the Bryan
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    Was a good ride. Thought the Godolphin horse was going to catch him at one point but he held on well -- To see the rest of this message, please register. --

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    Default Re: Tony Culhane

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRat Was a good ride. Thought the Godolphin horse was going to catch him at one point but he held on well Cheers
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    I've not watched any racing except the Knot in Wood Grp 3 so can't comment on the ride itself, but well done Tony, and happy for Mick Channon, as £180k is a nice little pot to win, and will have -- To see the rest of this message, please register. --

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    Default Re: Tony Culhane

    Without doubt it was a decent ride, there was no pace so he made it himself.

    The thing is, I think this should be a given, he done his job.

    Adjusting to pace should be a daily thing for jockeys -
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    Wouldn't disagree on any of that, Billy. I'm not a huge fan of Culhane either but, for the race yesterday alone, he was only one using his head. I'm surprised those pulling for their heads so much -- To see the rest of this message, please register. --
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    Quote Originally Posted by RussP Wouldn't disagree on any of that, Billy. I'm not a huge fan of Culhane either but, for the race yesterday alone, he was
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    Default Re: Tony Culhane

    unfortunately since his ban culhane has become an outcast,with only MC sticking by him.he only gets the occasional ride on complete no hopers.

    i dont even think he is number1 jock at MC,but
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    Quote Originally Posted by billy the punter He recently rode a winner for Findlay/Bloom and when asked about the decent performance of this newcomer he
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    Default Re: Tony Culhane

    What jockeys do seem to give good feedback to trainers? I've stood and heard Robert Winston giving a lot of feedback previously at Pontefract and I've read columns, articles etc by Kieren Fallon who -- To see the rest of this message, please register. --

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    Quote Originally Posted by mowgli77 Do you think Murtagh should have ridden to orders in that farce at Chester on Frozen Fire or shown some initiative and
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvonGirl Can concur with that. Several years ago he rode our plater who ran to expectations (came last). He didn't even bother to
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    Quote Originally Posted by mowgli77 What jockeys do seem to give good feedback to trainers? I've stood and heard Robert Winston giving a lot of feedback
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAGS is BENT rather dissapointed to see negative remarks on TC... Are you that surprised though? Anyone who
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    Quote Originally Posted by billy the punter Are you that surprised though? Anyone who listens to the man talk can see what he is, surely? Perhaps I
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAGS is BENT you are entitled to your opinion... i would rather look to the positive aspects in this thread,TC stole a
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    Quote Originally Posted by billy the punter But as he got banned for giving advice to back and lay horses he was riding then how can he argue? He is lucky
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAGS is BENT yes i do remember the incident at ponty on the b hills-trained/maktoum al maktoum-owned horse.......but even the
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