Thursday, January 31, 2008

bangalore 9 th day selections


Hi friends todays bangalore card framed like out siders ruling the day in my openion so go slow and for eaters today looks like good.


my quick tips for the day!
1.compian star
2.bee the star
3.bad race
4. prince ville has a fighting chance and my days best bet
5.star royalty
6.pastiche my days best eat is upper crust
7.very competitive race
8.super woman
9.bad race
10.river island

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

best things in life


hi friends
some one sent me this please readand comment pls
ramana

LIFE!!!


Falling in love.
Laughing so hard your face hurts.
A
hot shower.
No lines at the Super Wal-Mart
A special glance.
Getting mail.
Taking a drive on a scenic road.
Hearing your favorite song on the radio.
Lying in bed
listening to the rain outside.
Hot towels out of the dryer.
Finding the sweater you want is on sale for half price.
Chocolate milkshake
A long distance phone call.
A
bubble bath.
Giggling.
A good conversation.
The beach.
Finding a
100$ in your coat from last winter.
Laughing at yourself.
Midnight
phone calls that last for hours.
Running through sprinklers.
Laughing for
absolutely no reason at all.
Having someone tell you that you're beautiful.
Laughing at an inside joke.
Friends.
Falling in love for the first time.
Accidentally overhearing
someone say something nice about you.
Waking up and realizing you still have a few hours left to sleep.
Your
first kiss.
Making new friends or spending time with old ones.
Playing with a puppy.
Late night talks with your roommate.
Having
someone play with your hair.
Sweet dreams.
Hot chocolate.
Road trips with friends.
Swinging on swings.
Watching a good movie
cuddled up on a couch with someone you love.
Wrapping presents while eating cookies and drinking cola
Song lyrics printed inside your new CD so You can sing along without
feeling stupid.
Going to a
really good concert.
Making eye contact with a cute stranger. :o/
Making chocolate chip cookies.
Hugging the person you love.
Watching the
expression someone's face as they open a
much-desired present from you.
Watching the sunrise.
Getting out of
bed every morning and thanking God for
another beautiful day.

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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

postings

freinds
please note that my coverage will be mostly for mumbai bangalore
thank you

Monday, January 28, 2008

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

mumbai 24 january selections



hi friends these are selections:

Bookie's Delight Plate Class IV 1400M

1.thundering tan is failed favrite and tracking very well since last run. name of the race is bookies delight then how can we expect favrite to win??

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Avantage Plate Class V 1200M

2.solid back has a fighting chance here.

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April Blossom Plate Div-II TM 3yrs 1000M


3.rohans glory :track says winners when saddled but draw number advantage is for babeinthewoods can upset the fav with m nareedu in the saddle assistance.therefore i will have a covering bet at babe.
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Ferrari Plate Class IV 1000M


4.1.star gesture despite all calculations star gesture will try another start to finish win.
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Indian Air Force Trophy Class III 1600M


5.pocket rocket seems to be todays best bet remember oasis star also won from draw no 13 so dont get over confused by draw and i will back it come what may be the outcome.
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Indian Air Force Trophy Class III 1600M
Rockefeller Ishtar Regal Reform
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Byculla Club Trophy TM 4yrs old & over 2800M
gaea is back to the form and has jockeys support to run away from the start on a tearaway fashion
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Fiddle Faddle Plate Class V 1600M

8.gypsy queen

good luck



ramana

Saturday, January 19, 2008

selections for oaks day


usually in my experience oaks day always tough one to pick winners so go very slow today!

1.7. star speed some of the blank trainers must get bhoni to save their face , and 1 absolute reality can place.
2. queens court has a fighting chance here athena place
3.chardin, flashing flame should fight out every inch.
4.tantrik and pacemaker a toss up.
5.insite soul and daniel grant all the way vantage can place.
6.oyster cove and shyboy may fight out the issue.
7.lovrono can upset favrite hence back it eachway.(the way it ran last race waiting behind shows its staying ability and can stongly finish at the end.alvarita is the best experienced in this race can place and c alford has been doing well for the connections.
8.this year sprinter cup aspirant oasis star can walk over with the race.
9.oreintal jewel
ok
ramana

Friday, January 18, 2008

bangalore 18 day selections


1.avoid backing vallant bay it looks like too many contenders here for win my pick here is leopardino win and place closeau
2.queens glory.
3.4.royal amber and super senor may fight out.
4.zafar trainer was penalised rs 20, 000/- for improved performance he must prove consistancy now!
5.pastiche again a customary start to finish win.
6.easy
7.latino magic
8.pacific pride my days best bet

Thursday, January 17, 2008

bangalore 17 day selections


1.bad race

2.lago vista days best bet

3.sontage etoile and vande star should fight it out.

4.mark of gibraltar win and place alchemne

5.swift fire
6.lady banks look to be troubled by splendid power

7.bad race


good luck

ramana

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

mumbai 17 day race selections

hi friends
i had 30 winning days in the current season

1.destined prince
2.maseeha
3.bad race
4.la joie de vie
5.carlos
6.mickie mantle days best bet
7.can can

Monday, January 14, 2008

happy sankranti


dear friends

happy sankranti and pongal wishes

i cant post any thing today for chennai as its mere a formality

ramana

Sunday, January 13, 2008

hyderabad selections


1.8.ravilina
2.2 chamcha in chief
3.2.bourban star days best bet
4.3.auxilary
5.4.time on
6.bad race
7.bad race
8.4.iapetus
9.2 baby oh baby
suraj nareedu lokks to be having afine treble for the day

mumbai race results

MUMBAI


Sunday January 13 2008
Race Day : 16


FALSE RAILS ARE PLACED 10 METRES WIDE FROM 1600 METRES (MILE CHUTE) TO

1200 METRES, 12 METRES WIDE AT 1000 METRES AND THEREAFTER 14 METRES WIDE
THE WINNING POST


Race Name THE H.C. CLIFTON PLATE

( Race No 1 of the day )
Race No 123 Class/Category 0 TO 26(5 YEARS OLD AND OVER)
Distance 1000 METERS

- -
Time 2.00 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 3 RAVE ON 5y MERITOCRAT (USA)
LET`S TWIST AGAIN H J ANTIA L PRASHANT 58 -2.5 A 4 3/4 18 1/1 1:1:24
2 2 ST MORITZ 6y TIROL (IRE)
ZADITEN A DAJI AMYN MERCHANT 58.5 0 S 5 1 1/4 19 20/1 1:01.37
3 7 LATEST NEWS 10y SIZZLING MELODY (GB)
LIEBESTRAUM N LAGAD NADEEM ALAM 51.5 -5 A 6 1 1/2 5 7/1 1:01.57
4 4 TE QUIERO 7y CRUACHAN (USA)
GANADORA REHANULLAH KHAN IKRAM KHAN 58 0 A 1 NK 18 20/1 1:01.80
5 8 HYMN`S ANGEL 5y HYMN (IRE)
SWIFT ANGEL M P JODHA A M TOGRALLU 49 -3.5 A 8 1/2 0 15/1 1:01.85
6 5 TRIBAL WARRIOR 10y SHAREEF DANCER
QUICKENING F A ABBAS R RUPESH 56.5 0 A 3 2 1/4 15 20/1 1:01.92
7 1 EMERGING POWER 6y ALNASR ALWASHEEK (GB)
RICH BABE D TODYWALLA M NARREDU 59.5 0 A 2 3/4 21 5/1 1:02.28
8 6 KAIKAM`S PRIDE 5y PENNINE RIDGE (USA)
ARABIAN SHUFFLE S N JOSHI P S CHOUHAN 54 0 A 7 - 10 15/2 1:02.40
Tote Favourite: RAVE ON Time: 1:1:24 WonBy: 3/4, 1 1/4, 1 1/2, NK, 1/2, 2 1/4, 3/4
Owned By :
K S KHANNA, J S DHARIWAL

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 18 Forecast: Rs. 263
Place: Rs. 11, Rs. 52, Rs. 13 Quinnella: Rs. 238
SHP: Rs. 229 Trinnella: Rs. 883 & 237

Race Name THE A. GEDDIS PLATE

( Race No 2 of the day )
Race No 124 Class/Category 40 TO 66
Distance 2400 METERS

- -
Time 2.30 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 3 MONTALVO 4y BEHRENS
VIRGINIA FLAPPER VINAYAK M NARREDU 54.5 0 A 4 1 1/2 51 3/1 2:39:75
2 4 MILES AND MORE 4y RAZEEN (USA)
SO ROMANTIC ARTI DOCTOR SAMUEL FARGEAT 53 0 A 6 5 1/4 48 3/2 2:40.01
3 5 FRIDAY FRIEND 4y LOCAL TALENT (USA)
MA BAKER D TODYWALLA SHAILESH SHINDE 50 -3.5 A 3 2 1/2 42 17/2 2:40.89
4 2 ADRENALINE RUSH 6y STEINBECK (USA)
STIMULATING S K SUNDERJI D K ASHISH 57 -1.5 A 2 1 1/4 56 12/1 2:41.29
5 1 DREAMING 5y PLACERVILLE (USA)
HALL OF HONOUR P SHROFF C RAJENDRA 60 0 A 5 DIST 62 4/1 2:41.50
6 6 DIPLOMATIC LICENCE 5y LOCAL TALENT (USA)
FIDDLIN FANNY ANIL KUMAR NADEEM ALAM 49.5 -5 A 1 - 41 20/1 2:43.65
Tote Favourite: MONTALVO Time: 2:39:75 WonBy: 1 1/2, 5 1/4, 2 1/2, 1 1/4, DIST
Owned By :
MR & MRS K N DHUNJIBHOY, ZAHIR K DHUNJIBHOY REP. FIVE STARS SHIPPING CO PVT LTD, BYRAM N JEEJEEBHOY

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 25 Forecast: Rs. 58
Place: Rs. 19, Rs. 15, - Quinnella: Rs. 35
SHP: Rs. 46 Trinnella: Rs. 143 & 112

Race Name THE RAJPIPLA TROPHY

( Race No 3 of the day )
Race No 125 Class/Category 80 AND UPWARD
Distance 1600 METERS

Weights raised by 1kg.
Time 3.00 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 6 NANJING 5y RAZEEN (USA)
LONDON CRIES SANJAY KOLSE SHAILESH SHINDE 50 -3.5 A 5 1 1/2 80 5/1 1:38:66
2 1 TOTALITARIAN 5y ROYAL KINGDOM (IRE)
EKA P SHROFF SAMUEL FARGEAT 59 0 A 6 1 98 5/1 1:38.90
3 4 PERFECT ATTRACTION 6y EXCALIBUR`S LAKE (USA)
PRICELESS ART IMTIAZ SAIT C D HAYES 53 0 A 1 1 86 23/4 1:39.05
4 5 ALVIDA 4y BLACK CASH(USA)
INDULGENCE VINAYAK C RUZAAN 50 0 A 2 SHD 80 14/10 1:39.20
5 3 BALTHAZAAR 5y ALNASR ALWASHEEK (GB)
LORNE IMTIAZ SAIT Y S SRINATH 54 0 A 4 1 3/4 88 12/1 1:39.22
6 2 SAIL AWAY 7y GREENSMITH (GB)
KEEP LOOKING NINA LALVANI A M TOGRALLU 55 -3.5 A 3 - 90 15/1 1:39.51
Tote Favourite: ALVIDA Time: 1:38:66 WonBy: 1 1/2, 1, 1, SHD, 1 3/4
Owned By :
GEOFFREY B NAGPAL, ASHLEY B NAGPAL, PRADEEP N LALA

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 61 Forecast: Rs. 180
Place: Rs. 26, Rs. 18, - Quinnella: Rs. 56
SHP: Rs. 34 Trinnella: Rs. 438 & 199

Race Name THE KARL UMRIGAR TROPHY

( Race No 4 of the day )
Race No 126 Class/Category 20 TO 46
Distance 1000 METERS

Chg.Equip.:SEPIA TONE BLK ON - -
Time 3.30 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 3 WALKING TALL 4y GREENSMITH (GB)
ZETA JONES NIRRAD KARANJAWALLA P S CHOUHAN 59 0 A 2 5 1/4 40 2/1 0:59.79
2 12 BRIDGE TOO FAR 5y INNER CITY (IRE)
LOVEDALE LADY S K SUNDERJI R SHELAR 49 0 A 4 3/4 20 12/1 1:00.66
3 6 AMBEROGIO 4y CASE LAW (IRE)
ARABIAN SHUFFLE N LAGAD H G RATHOD 54 0 A 12 3 1/4 30 10/1 1:00.78
4 5 EKOFISK 4y MR. MELLON
ASSOCIATE F A ABBAS R RUPESH 56.5 0 A 3 3/4 35 12/1 1:01.32
5 9 AMADOMIO 7y SIR BRUCE
DANCE MOVE N LAGAD ANIL BAANDAL 52.5 0 A 10 2 27 20/1 1:01.45
6 2 RED MESA 5y TIROL (IRE)
RIZA S S SHAH T S JODHA 60 0 A 7 1/2 42 15/1 1:01.78
7 7 GREEN VALLEY 4y GREENSMITH (GB)
MADAM BRADY IMTIAZ SAIT NADEEM ALAM 54 -5 A 6 1 1/4 30 9/4 1:01.87
8 8 ACCEPTANCE 5y TIROL (IRE)
COMPASSION ANIL KUMAR S S BARIA 53 0 A 8 SHD 28 20/1 1:02.06
9 4 PARIS HILTON 5y WARRSHAN (USA)
PEPERONI SUBHAG SINGH NIRMAL JODHA 58.5 0 A 11 1 1/2 39 10/1 1:02.08
10 11 MASTER PLANNER 6y MAJOR IMPACT (USA)
RHINEFFIELD BEAUTY REHANULLAH KHAN VIKRAM WALKAR 50.5 0 A 9 3/4 23 12/1 1:02.34
11 1 ESOTERIC 4y ALNASR ALWASHEEK (GB)
ZUNI P SHROFF KISHORE KADAM 61.5 -5 A 1 5 3/4 45 6/1 1:02.47
12 10 SEPIA TONE 4y CASE LAW (IRE)
PUSSY CAT M P JODHA A M TOGRALLU 51.5 -3.5 A 5 - 25 12/1 1:03.41
Tote Favourite: GREEN VALLEY Time: 0:59.79 WonBy: 5 1/4, 3/4, 3 1/4, 3/4, 2, 1/2, 1 1/4, SHD, 1 1/2, 3/4, 5 3/4
Owned By :
LEENA GODIWALA, PETER DEUBET, CHRISTOPHER JOHN FOLL

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 32 Forecast: Rs. 1,853
Place: Rs. 13, Rs. 45, Rs. 58 Quinnella: Rs. 825
SHP: Rs. 262 Trinnella: Rs. 7543 & 1492

Race Name THE N.M. IRANI TROPHY

( Race No 5 of the day )
Race No 127 Class/Category -(3 YEARS OLD ONLY )
Distance 1200 METERS

Chg.Equip.:POMME DE TERRE BLK ON - - Chg.Equip.:PRINCESS RUBY CNB OFF,TS OFF - - -
Time 4.00 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 6 SUGAR RAY 3y PRIVATE MAN
KNOCK OUT P SHROFF C D HAYES 55 0 A 8 3 1/2 - 9/4 1:12.60
2 12 SALVE REGINA 3y ROYAL KINGDOM (IRE)
PICCOLINA NOSHER CAMA SAMUEL FARGEAT 53.5 0 A 9 3 3/4 - 7/1 1:13.19
3 9 LIBERTY SPEAKS 3y PLACERVILLE (USA)
GIRLLON KARTHIK GANAPATHY Y S SRINATH 53.5 0 A 4 3/4 - 4/1 1:13.79
4 5 SENTINEL 3y JUNIPER (USA)
HEARTS IN MOTION P SHROFF C RAJENDRA 55 0 A 1 3/4 - 4/1 1:13.92
5 10 POMME DE TERRE 3y ELJOHAR
ALOO NARENDRA LAGAD NIRMAL JODHA 53.5 0 A 2 1 1/2 - 10/1 1:14.04
6 2 ITSRACINGAFTERALL 3y ALWAYS A RAINBOW (CAN)
ASPRILLA ANIL KUMAR S S BARIA 55 0 A 12 1 - 20/1 1:14.30
7 8 ELEMENTTO STYLE 3y WARRSHAN (USA)
UNWANTED TREASURE NANA RAGHUNATH DANIEL M GRANT 53.5 0 A 5 1 - 15/1 1:14.48
8 4 SECRET TALK 3y WARRSHAN (USA)
WINNING TALK TODYWALLA M NARREDU 55 0 A 10 NK - 10/1 1:14.66
9 3 LIGHTNING CAVALRY 3y STORM TROOPER (USA)
KOJAGIRI MAGAN SINGH P BELOSE 55 0 A 11 NK - 20/1 1:14.71
10 1 GOLDEN ROCK 3y BAROOD
SONALIKA NIRRAD KARANJAWALLA G OZA - 0 A 6 1 3/4 - 20/1 1:14.76
11 7 SUPREME FALCON 3y CHINA VISIT (USA)
LEI KARTHIK G P S CHOUHAN 55 0 A 3 3 3/4 - 20/1 1:15.04
12 11 PRINCESS RUBY 3y CONQUERING HERO (USA)
NATURAL SPELL C D CATRAK AMYN MERCHANT 53.5 0 A 7 - - 20/1 1:15.64
Tote Favourite: SUGAR RAY Time: 1:12.60 WonBy: 3 1/2, 3 3/4, 3/4, 3/4, 1 1/2, 1, 1, NK, NK, 1 3/4, 3 3/4

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 29 Forecast: Rs. 130
Place: Rs. 13, Rs. 14, Rs. 15 Quinnella: Rs. 78
SHP: Rs. 37 Trinnella: Rs. 252 & 84

Race Name THE NITCO MILLION

( Race No 6 of the day )
Race No 128 Class/Category -(3 YEARS OLD ONLY)
Distance 1400 METERS

Chg.Equip.:RED ROMEO TS ON - -
Time 4.30 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 2 RED ROMEO 3y STEINBACK (USA)
ALLSPICE C D KATRAK DANIEL M GRANT 56 0 A 6 2 1/2 - 85/100 1:25:05
2 3 STAR PRESENTATION 3y A FLEETS DANCER
SAFFRON DANCER(IRE) S GANAPATHY SAMUEL FARGEAT 56 0 A 8 1 3/4 - 8/1 1:25.48
3 1 AUTONOMY 3y RAZEEN (USA)
ALL HEART BEZAN CHENOY C D HAYES 56 0 A 7 1 1/2 - 11/4 1:25.78
4 7 INSPIRING TRUST 3y RAZEEN(USA)
ALMADEN DARIUS BYRAMJI M NARREDU 54.5 0 A 2 3 1/4 - 12/1 1:26.02
5 6 GLEAMING SKY 3y MAJOR IMPACT (USA)
WAY OF LIGHT KARTHIK GANAPATHY Y S SRINATH 54.5 0 A 9 1/2 - 12/1 1:26.57
6 5 DAFFODILS 3y SENURE (USA)
LOVE CALL M K JADHAV P S CHOUHAN 54.5 0 A 3 5 1/4 - 12/1 1:26.67
7 8 LIL MISS SUNSHINE 3y ONTARIO
TOP GLAD P SHROFF C RAJENDRA 54.5 0 A 1 4 1/2 - 15/1 1:27.54
8 9 MINERVA 3y BLACK CASH (USA)
ANGARA NARENDRA LAGAD SATISH NAYAK 54.5 0 A 4 5 3/4 - 20/1 1:28.33
9 4 ARISTOCRATICAL 3y FLITCH (USA)
ATHENIAN NIRRAD KARANJAWALLA R RUPESH 54.5 0 A 5 - - 20/1 1:29.28
Tote Favourite: RED ROMEO Time: 1:25:05 WonBy: 2 1/2, 1 3/4, 1 1/2, 3 1/4, 1/2, 5 1/4, 4 1/2, 5 3/4
Owned By :
SHIVEN SURENDRANATH REP. DIAMON BAND RACING PVT LTD.

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 18 Forecast: Rs. 61
Place: Rs. 11, Rs. 17, Rs. 14 Quinnella: Rs. 47
SHP: Rs. 53 Trinnella: Rs. 84 & 21

Race Name THE SWEET MEMORIES PLATE

( Race No 7 of the day )
Race No 129 Class/Category 60 TO 86
Distance 1000 METERS

Chg.Equip.:BEYOND THERAPY TS OFF - -
Time 5.00 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 9 COUNCILOFTHEGODS 5y DIFFIDENT (FR)
KILSHANNING P SHROFF KISHORE KADAM 50 0 A 8 1 1/4 62 13/10 0:59.03
2 1 OYSTER PEARL 5y DON`T FORGET ME (IRE)
QUALITY EXCHANGE S K SUNDERJI NIRMAL JODHA 60.5 0 A 1 SHD 83 8/1 0:59.25
3 10 THE BRAVE HEART 9y CONQUERING HERO (USA)
DOUBLE STARLET H J ANTIA K P G APPU 49 0 A 2 1 1/2 60 11/2 0:59.26
4 3 FLAMES OF FIRE 7y DIFFIDENT (FR)
SENECA REEF H J ANTIA L PRASHANT 59.5 -2.5 A 4 SHD 81 10/1 0:59.50
5 2 MAJOR ROBERTS 6y MAJOR IMPACT (USA)
KISSES DUE F A ABBAS A M TOGRALLU 60 -3.5 A 6 1 82 7/1 0:59.51
6 7 GENERALISSIMO 6y GENERAL MONASH
PAS DE L`ARGENT N LAGAD SHAILESH SHINDE 52.5 -3.5 A 5 3 1/4 67 12/1 0:59.68
7 5 SURAJ 6y MAJOR IMPACT (USA)
ZIENELLE ALTAF HUSSAIN RIYAZ SHAIKH 54.5 -3.5 A 9 2 3/4 71 13/2 1:00.20
8 8 NECTAR JEWEL 6y PLACERVILLE (USA)
MILLION GIRL S K SUNDERJI R SHELAR 51 0 A 10 3 64 10/1 1:00.66
9 4 BEYOND THERAPY 5y AJAAD (USA)
KISUNUGNTLY H J ANITA S P RANJANE 58.5 0 A 7 4 79 20/1 1:01.15
10 6 HAIFA VICTORY 5y HYMN (IRE)
PANCHELLITA M P JODHA P BELOSE 53 0 A 3 - 68 15/1 1:01.80
Tote Favourite: COUNCILOFTHEGODS Time: 0:59.03 WonBy: 1 1/4, SHD, 1 1/2, SHD, 1, 3 1/4, 2 3/4, 3, 4
Owned By :
NOZER PANTHAKY, MR & MRS K N DHUNJIBHOY REP. FIVE STARS SHIPPING CO PVT LTD

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 18 Forecast: Rs. 139
Place: Rs. 14, Rs. 30, Rs. 20 Quinnella: Rs. 126
SHP: Rs. 94 Trinnella: Rs. 394 & 134

Race Name THE S.A. WAHID PLATE

( Race No 8 of the day )
Race No 130 Class/Category 0 TO 26(5 YEARS OLD AND OVER)
Distance 1400 METERS

Chg.Equip.:THUNDERING HERO VISOR OFF,TS ON - - Chg.Equip.:LOVE FORTY DNB ON - -
Time 5.30 PM
Res
ult H.
No Horse Name Age Pedigree Trainer Jockey Wt Al Eqp Dr Won By Rtg Cl
Odds Time
1 3 WELLS FARGO 5y BATZUSHKA (USA)
ALLELUJAH D J SURTI SHAILESH SHINDE 59.5 -3.5 A 13 SHD 21 6/1 1:27.14
2 7 THUNDERING HERO 5y TIROL (IRE)
SOUND INSIGHT KASBEKAR T S JODHA 54 0 S 7 1 3/4 10 5/1 1:27.16
3 2 CLASSIC 5y CONQUERING HERO (USA)
PERFECT ANGEL IMTIAZ SAIT Y S SRINATH 60 0 A 4 1 22 7/1 1:27.44
4 6 ETERNAL SPIRIT 5y DIFFIDENT (FR)
CRISTINA REHANULLAH KHAN C D HAYES 54.5 0 A 10 NK 11 8/1 1:27.62
5 8 TULLAMORE 5y TIROL (IRE)
ROYAL TROON H J ANTIA VIKRAM JODHA 53.5 0 A 6 3 1/2 9 3/1 1:27.67
6 9 SPARROW HAWK 6y DON`T FORGET ME (IRE)
SOUL MATE R D`MELLOW ANIL BAANDAL 52 0 S 9 3/4 6 15/1 1:28.24
7 11 VANILLA SKY 7y TIROL (IRE)
VALLEY OF ROSES HIMMAT SINGH S S BARIA 51.5 0 A 11 1 1/2 5 10/1 1:28.37
8 13 GREY STORM 8y MERITOCRAT (USA)
ROHO CALIENTE H J ANTIA K P G APPU 49 0 S 1 3/4 0 8/1 1:28.63
9 5 JOLTEON 6y RAZEEN (USA)
WAYWARD LADY D TODYWALLA R RUPESH 56 0 A 3 1 1/2 14 8/1 1:28.74
10 4 ITEM BOMB 5y HYMN (IRE)
SILVERAIN M P JODHA P BELOSE 57 0 A 8 1 1/4 16 8/1 1:28.99
11 10 GRACIAS SENORITA 5y TIROL (IRE)
SABIE JAYANTI LAL NIRMAL JODHA 51.5 0 A 5 SHD 6 8/1 1:29.21
12 12 LOVE FORTY 5y LIBOR (USA)
KAHILI GINGER N RAGHUNATH C RUZAAN 50.5 0 A 2 2 3 10/1 1:29.22
13 1 VICEREEN 5y STORM TROOPER (USA)
REVE DE VENUS M P JODHA A M TOGRALLU 61 -3.5 S 12 - 24 20/1 1:29.53
Tote Favourite: TULLAMORE Time: 1:27.14 WonBy: SHD, 1 3/4, 1, NK, 3 1/2, 3/4, 1 1/2, 3/4, 1 1/2, 1 1/4, SHD, 2
Owned By :
D J SURTI

MUMBAI DIVIDENDS
Win: Rs. 65 Forecast: Rs. 622
Place: Rs. 18, Rs. 26, Rs. 25 Quinnella: Rs. 157
SHP: Rs. 214 Trinnella: Rs. 3949 & 1375

Saturday, January 12, 2008

kolkata 13 derby day selections


1.1.golden celibration
2.4.alterio
3.1.innovator.
4.5.regent appeal
5.1.apricate.
6.1.red sails.
7.1.azures.
8.1.entrepreneur

mumbai selections

1.bad race
2.3 miles and more
3.6 nanjing.
4.1 esoteric
5.bad race
6.red romeo
7.3 flames of fire
8.bad race

Friday, January 11, 2008

bangalore 15 day selections


1.2.mind me

2.7.regal dream

3.1.spirit of china

4.bad race

5.5.retribution

6.palazzios sun

7.bad race.

8.pillar of gold

9.mangalya prarambh

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

mumbai 15 day selections


my selections for the day
looks like we can recover most of the loses with this days card.

1.3 PASSION INTHE PARK
2.1.HOME TO HOME
3. 2 ROCOCO
4.7.PATEK PHILIPPE {my days best bet} this type of preparation has not failed till now in this season.
5.1 IMPRESSIVE WISH
6.7.here comes the dawn
7.1.beau jolais
8.4.beau monde
9.7.balance de power.
10.2.star legend.
ok good luck
ramana

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq


General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq (August 12, 1924 - August 17, 1988) ruled Pakistan from 1977 to 1988. Zia-ul-Haq was the third person in the history of Pakistan to enforce martial law and halt civilian rule in the country.
He was born in Jalunder in 1924 as the second child of a school teacher named Mohammad Akram. He completed his initial education in Simla and then in Delhi. He was commissioned in the British Army in 1943 and served during World War II. At independence, Zia joined the Pakistani Army as a major. He trained in the United States 1962 - 1964 and was stationed in Jordan from 1967 to 1970, helping in the training of Jordanian soldiers. On April 1, 1976, Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto appointed Zia-ul-Haq as Chief of Army Staff ahead of a number of more senior officers.
On July 5, 1977, Zia carried out a coup overthrowing Bhutto's government and enforced Martial Law. He promised elections within three months. Zia released Bhutto and asserted that he could contest new elections in October 1977. However, after it became clear that Bhutto's popularity had survived his government, Zia postponed the elections and began criminal investigations of the senior PPP leadership. Bhutto was sentenced to death. Despite international appeals, Bhutto was hanged on April 6, 1979.
In the mid 1980s, Zia decided to fulfill his promise of holding elections. But before handing over the power, he decided to secure his position. Referendum was held in December 1984, and the option was to elect or reject the General as the future President. The question asked in the referendum was phrased in a way that Zia-ul-Haq's victory was related to the process of Islamization in the country. More than 95% of the vote was cast in favor of Zia-ul-Haq, thus he was elected President for 5 years.
In early 1988, rumors about the differences between the Prime Minister and Zia-ul-Haq were rife. The president, who had enjoyed absolute power for 8 years, was not ready to share it with anybody else. On May 29, 1988, Zia-ul-Haq finally dissolved the National Assembly and removed the Prime Minister under article 58(2) b of the amended Constitution.
After 11 years, Zia-ul-Haq once again made the same promise to the Nation to hold fresh elections within next 90 days. With Benazir Bhutto back in the country and his popularity at all time low, Zia was trapped in the most difficult situation of his political life. The only option left was to repeat history and to postpone the elections once again. However, before taking any decision, Zia-ul-Haq died in an airplane crash on August 17, 1988. His death is still a controversial topic in Pakistan. Many people do not believe that it was a simple accident, and hold either the United States or the Soviet Union responsible for Zia-ul-Haq's death. But no evidence has yet come to light to prove that this is the case.
Zia-ul-Haq's remains are housed in a small shrine outside of the Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.

norway tourism

About Norway
In Norway, nature is a majestic gift to mankind. The scenery is refreshingly unconventional, as the nature is unspoilt, exotic and mystical. Visitors will get to know the most beautiful and enchanting places they have ever seen. With miles of unspoilt fjords, towering mountains and tumbling waterfalls, Norway is receiving more visitors every year—visitors in search of untouched natural habitats and rich culture. The country attracts visitors all year round, not only thanks to the diversity of the landscape, but also its vital energy and contrast of lights, shades and seasons, which offer new discoveries with every visit. The country is noted for its natural phenomena, particularly the midnight sun and the Northern Lights. From the middle of May to the end of July, the sun is visible 24 hours per day in three of the northernmost counties. From November to February is the best time to see the Northern Lights. Watching these shimmering sheets of light chasing across the Arctic sky is magnificent. Norway extends so far to the north that distances can take a long time to cover. The drive from the south to the North Cape covers about 2,500 km. However, these great distances allow the visitor to experience dramatic variations in the landscape. Norway is one of the few countries in the world with fjords, deep indentations in the coastline formed by the scouring action of glaciers millions of years ago. For those on a quest for action, Norway’s pristine nature offers great potential for outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, skiing, river rafting and kayaking. Norway is truly the traveller’s dream!
Population: 4,604,800, as of 1 Jan. 2005 Capital: Oslo Head of State: His Majesty King Harald V of Norway Prime Minister: Jens Stoltenberg Currency: Norsk Krona Language: Norwegian (Bokmål and Nynorsk) (In some districts, Sámi is also an official language) Total Area: The Kingdom of Norway: 385,155km2 Religion: Church of Norway (Evangelical Lutheran) Location: Norway is located in Northern Europe, bordering the North Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Sweden. Form of Government: Constitutional Monarchy

carla bruni


Any misgivings that pundits may have had over Carla Bruni’s ability to make the transition from the catwalk to the recording studio have been wholly dispelled by the runaway success of her debut album Quelqu’un m’a dit [Somebody told me]. The record has sold 950 000 copies in France and made the former model a household name whose aquiline features can be seen on the pages of anything from serious broadsheet press such as Le Monde to glossy women’s mags such as Elle. Perhaps more significantly the album has met with effusive critical acclaim among the not so easy to please French music press. Les Inrockuptibles, considered by many as a touchstone for all that’s hip and happening in the land of Serge and Johnny, was happy to highlight Bruni alongside such luminaries as Norah Jones, Vincent Delerm, Vinicius Cantuaria and Femi Kuti in an issue of the magazine that focused on the best of World Jazz and Chanson. Bruni’s success has gone far beyond her French territory. Last year Quelqu’un M’a Dit turned out to be one of the top selling French albums abroad, going gold in Spain, Germany and Portugal and platinum in Switzerland. Across Europe sales of the special edition CD/DVD release of the album have also been impressive. The singer seems to have touched listeners in no uncertain terms. A recent guest appearance at the Parisian venue L'Elysée Montmartre with Daniel Lanois, the superlative songwriter/producer who’s C.V includes work with such illustrious figures as U2, Peter Gabriel and Bob Dylan, confirmed that Bruni has been warmly received by purveyors of quality music, fellow artists wholly dedicated to their craft. Quelqu’un M’a Dit is a record that belies any expectations of a face being used to sell CDs instead of designer labels. Bruni is not the window dressing for an uberproducer’s preconceived designs. She is a songwriter and guitarist who is actively involved in the genesis and evolution of the music she performs. Ten of the 12 pieces on Quelqu’un m’a Dit are either written or co-written by Bruni. She is a lyricist of substance, somebody who can reflect upon both her place in the world and also characterise those she has seen around her. Ready-made disposable ditties on love and relationships do not sit well with Bruni’s intelligence; she may write an unashamed eulogy to Raphael, the man in her life but she does so with a certain amount of finesse and wit. “He may look like an angel but he’s a devil of a lover/When he rolls those hips and gives me a velvet look I’ll be up all night.” The expression of the female libido is not something that Bruni will shy away from. Perhaps more important than her candour is a desire to reverse sexual archetypes. Woman can behold man. Woman can appreciate man’s beauty. Woman can be subject. “Usually she is the object of the songs,” Bruni observes. “She can be the name of the song or she can be the muse of the song but the man is never really the muse. “There are lots of songs named after women but few named after men. What I like is to talk about desire in a very masculine way. It’s a bit masculine to take your husband’s name and make it a song. I suppose it’s not a very classic feminine thing to do… all the more reason to do it.” Bruni’s lyrics have a freshness and lack of inhibition that are pleasing to hear at a time when strong voices – both male and female– are increasingly hard to find in mainstream pop. As much as she’ll worship at the altar of the man she loves she’ll also assert herself on an equal footing to a man. J’en Connais [I’ve Known A Few]is perhaps the strongest example of this. A snappy, puckish canto, it sees Bruni reeling off a list of all the men she’s ever known in the time-honoured tradition observed by her male counterparts. Turning the ‘girl in every port’ cliché on its head, Bruni runs through a wide range of social and physical archetypes to create a gallery of characters who have inhabited her world – real and imagined. More pertinently she gives a questioning voice to her mother who fears for her daughter’s failure to stay on “the right track.” But Bruni revels in her own convictions and signs off with no hint of apology; some may curse her but it makes her smile nevertheless. Then there’s the irreverent Le Plus Beau Du Quartier, a most wry tale that doffs its cap to cross-channel cross-dressing. “The inspiration for Le Plus Beau Du Quartier was actually British men,” she chuckles. “They have this lovely tendency to dress like ladies. This song is actually my Italian version of that so it’s me dressed like a man. “It’s a woman who’s dressed like a man, she’s a very handsome man but she cannot get love because of her appearance. From Monty Python to Benny Hill, English people like dressing up, they like costumes, they like the fun of it. There’s a strong humour in a slightly strange appearance that I really like. It’s not at all a Latin thing, they’re just too serious for that.” Born in Turin, capital of Piedmont, Italy to an Italian father and a Franco-Italian mother, Bruni came to live in Paris at the age of 7. She started playing the guitar herself around the age of 8 or 9 but only sang with friends or when she was alone “just for the pleasure of playing… it was always other people’s songs.” Her childhood was marked by a wide range of musical influences. On the one hand her father, a classical composer and her mother, a concert pianist, weaned her on Chopin, Mahler and Schubert. On the other there was pop music that came in many guises; French iconoclasts Serge Gainsbourg, Leo Ferre and Barbara and British legends the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Clash. Then there were American icons such as Bob Dylan, Talking Heads and Rickie Lee Jones, Muddy Waters and Ella Fitzgerald. Bruni also remembers spending about five years listening to nothing but The Velvet Underground. Funnily enough that band’s singer Nico was also one of the few model-turned-singers who hasn’t been sneered at. Before long Bruni had the urge to create herself. “I also started writing from a very young but it was usually poetry and then I’d write little melodies but never use them with lyrics. Then I started putting everything together. It was like a puzzle.” Although Bruni launched her modelling career in 1986 and went on to become one of the prized members of the supermodel league, she continued to sing and play her guitar - sometimes in hotel rooms after shows. When the modelling tailed off, she began to play more and more and eventually decided at some point in the late 90s that it was time to record. “Once I realised that that was the next logical step then the songs started to get tighter.” Bruni made her way into the world of French pop by way of a major songwriting role on Si J’étais Elle, a graceful album by the much respected singer Julien Clerc. Armed with a wad of her own songs, Bruni then turned to her longstanding friend the producer Louis Bertignac who “incubated” spare, sober demos that impressed him enough not to want to radically re-arrange them. Bertignac is a seminal figure in contemporary French music. Co-founder of Telephone, a kind of “Gallic Rolling Stones” that enjoyed substantial international success in the ‘80s, Bertignac is a gifted guitarist and songwriter who has subsequently gone on to enjoy a glittering solo career. His playing and production on Quelqu’un m’a dit evince great finesse and attention to detail. It was perfect for Bruni. The DVD that accompanies the CD gives a vivid insight into the chemistry between producer and artist. In Serge Bergli’s hort film, Bruni is seen at work with Bertignac in the studio, sharpening the finer points of songs that are often proof of the old adage ‘more is less. Indeed Quelqu’un M’a Dit is an example of the artistic depth that can be created by subtlety and economy. Bertignac’s guitars and occasional keys and percussion are used as fluttering backdrops to Bruni’s distinctively hoarse half-spoken half-sung lead vocals. The template is classic, the lack of pretension admirable. “The record is very French, I suppose,” says Bruni. “And many people say that it’s very chanson française but to me it’s really a folk record, I really like simple songs with arrangements. There is space in simplicity. And it can be used really effectively.” Words of wisdom from one of the most unlikely of success stories of contemporary French pop. Bruni has defied the cynics who may have dismissed her all too rashly as nothing more than a pretty face cashing in on her fame. What Bruni has done is show that judgments should be made ultimately on what people do rather than where they come from. Her music speaks for itself, independently of its author’s much celebrated beauty.

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friends

i decided to cover mumbai and bangalore reviews

and will try to post much earliar

thx

ra

Saturday, January 05, 2008

mumbai 14 day selections

1.Da vinci
2.almarina
3.cabinda
4.8.algorithms
5.escravos
6.pace maker
7.bad race

okokok

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celebration time


oooooops song and dance and celibrations.....!
i had 5 wins to day thanks to mr syam moderator who is eating away this group chances
i had one at 18 to one
followed by another 4 wins look at my selection at http://racetimes.blogspot.com/
good luck to u
come to my blog if at all any one of are interested
love
ramana

Friday, January 04, 2008

Bangalore 15 day selections

1. although its looking like double for byramji i feel luck is not favouring them therefore i dont want back d byramji as favrite so i like 1. fleeting arrow in the first race.
2. 7.global genious
3.1.fantastic quest
4.1.storming brown
5.5.wonder smile
6.darktan
7.ciampino
8.reborn

Thursday, January 03, 2008

bangalore 14 day quick tips

1.1.bliss
2.4.adamaris
3.5.simply dangerous
4.5.woman on top
5.5.rio bravo
6.10 alenia
7.2.charlie brown
ok good luck
ramana

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

13 th day mumbai selections


friends
hi friends

mumbai 13 day races seems be very nice card
my selections for the day.
1. 4 kiss away
2.4.river dancer
3.race is between 3 phonix rising and 4. knight how ever this is bad race to bet.
4.1.exotic star is a cinch here.
and loks like popular double for owners connections
5. bad race again but double chance for grant with ruby rocket.
6. race is between 3 secret admirer and 7.kiara and hot connection mam col may also fight it out.
7. 1.Bourbon king can handle this set and king will win indian derby also may fail in invitaion cup till then no defeats expected as per my openion.
8.3. mickey mantle is well prepared zadmal sigh preparation warants command and this is my days best bet.
9.1.catalist lalwani hasnt yet opened her account yet how shameful??? a must tryout here.
ok good luck guys.

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