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Oct:             D Oliver, M Key, M Boag, P Bennett, Trudy, R Polanski, Obesity, Nu Zealand, Titillations, J Harvey, C Douglas, P Bennett, Storm
Sept:           Roosters, J Key, P Bennett, J Ardern, R Blackmore, S Key, M Devlin, T Street, Otahuhu, Sceptics
Aug:            W Peters, M Python, T Veitch, Dunny, A Smith, E Watson, D Trump, B English, T Vince, J Ardern, S Kearney, A Little
July:            R James, Woodstock, H Clinton, R Federer, S Johnson, L Daley, Pope Francis , M Vatuvei, P Bennett, J Kirwan, M Payne, G Pell
June:           Buddha, Princess Di, V Kohli, Yoga, D Logan, Black Caps, J Ackland, T Allan, T Woods, G Morgan
May:            V Kohli, N Tinkler, Team NZ, M King, C George, J Kirwan, D Kidwell, British Lions, D Beadman, Roosters, Green Drum
April:           S Adams, Kim Jong Un, Longshots,Sonny Bill, Jesus racehorse ? G Brownlee, Easter ? Saviours ? C Bellamy, M Markle, Tit jobs
March:         K Williamson, M Guptill, S Marsh, J Ackland, D Carter, Auck Blues,T Lee, Jesus, Black Caps, A Williams, J O'Connor
Feb:             Indian cricket, J Kirwan, K Dotcom, M Hosking, D Carter, P Dunny, T Woods, B Obama, S Johnson, L Smith, E Britt
Jan:             R Federer, A Murray, S Adams, D Trump, T Veitch, J Lynds, D Walsh, Fukushima, M Butcher, H Poof, S Williams, J Biden
2016 notables: Dec: Wellington, J Cassidy, J McDonald, D Unt, P Bennett, J Key, S McKee Nov: O Bosson, D Unt, S Smith, D Trump, J Schmidt,  S Adams Oct: Winx, H Haitana,Kardashians, H Holt,Sept: D Trump, T Pora, S Kearney, M Holmes, Black Caps, NZ Herald Aug: M Key, H Clinton, Prince Harry, P Bennett July:K Foran, A McFadden, Will and Kate, K Fallon, R Neal, M Turnbull June: D Cameron, D Trump, A Lovelock, P Bennett, P Dunne, C Johnson,  K Foran May: M Payne, L Van Gaal, T Umaga, Underbailey, T Veitch, H Barry April: Beyonce, G Inglis, P Busuttin, L Ko, L Messi March: S Pateman, L O'Sullivan, Royal love child, L Hamilton, A Little, M Crowe, Feb: Jesus, Black Caps, D Oliver, M ClarkeJan: M Pearce, S Watson,  R Murdoch, D Bowie, A McCoy
2015 notables: Dec: M Schumacher, B McLaren, Man United, S Blatter, B McCullum, D Trump, Methametha, Kardashians,  T Veitch Nov: B McCullum, C Sheen, Hinch mysteries, J Lomu, Isis Nice,  F Hollande, Melbourne Cup, Quake making, Sonny Bill,  Oct: R McCaw, W Bennett, C Cairns, G Waterhouse,  K Kardashian, S Williams, A Johns,  S Blatter Sept:  D Trump, P Moody, M Turnbull,  T Abbott, L Ko,  G Brazier, M Purdon, JB Cummings August: S Kavanagh, M Holmes, P Rudd, J Harvey, Fukushima,J Parker, M Clarke July: Witchdoctors, T Woods, N Tinkler, S Kenny-Dowall, J Cassidy, P Moody, J O'Connor,  L O'Sullivan June: T Umaga, M Ellis,  S Tomkins, B McCullum, Slater,  K Bax May: S Blatter, J Campbell, mushrooms, Prince Harry, T Woods, Te Akau April: P Gallen,  H Clinton, M Hosking, J Campbell,  Methametha, M Clarke, M Sabin March:  Ugleo, Dunny, Mike King, Teina Pora Feb: Susan Wood, J Kirwan, America's Cup,  Prince Harry, Tiger Woods Jan: David Bain, Peter Moody, Prince Andrew.
2014 notables: Dec: M Phelps,M Jagger, Shaun Johnson, Molloy, M Clarke Nov:  2015 predictions, Bill Cosby, M Vatuvei,  Atacama, Tim Vince Oct:  Melbourne Cup,  B Affleck Sept: A Cruden, M Crowe,  M Clarke Aug: L Innes, Christianity, Broome, Robin Williams, M S Dhoni, Tiger Woods,  Mike King July : Orgasms,  Graham Thorne, Rolf Harris, Luke Braid, Brazil,  Black Caps, Rolf Harris June: Suarez, Media turncoat, Sepp Blatter, Autism, Sam Tomkins, Breast cancer May: Leith Innes,  Lou Vincent, Beyonce,  Rob Ford April: G Clooney,  Benji Marshall, Stacey Jones, The debut March:Crusher Collins, Hillary Clinton Feb: Michael Clarke, Charlotte Dawson,  Sir Patrick Hogan,  Sir John Kirwan Jan: Mark Chittick, Black Caps,  Beyonce,  Russell Packer
2013 notables:Dec: Michael  Schumacher,  Susan Boyle, Nigella Lawson, Rob Ford, Susan Wood, Tony Blair Nov: 2014 Prophesies, Judith Collins,  Jim Cassidy,  Sarah MoodyOct: John Banks, Australia, Len Brown, Scott Dixon,  Sachin Tendulkar, Team NZ.Sept: America's Cup,  USA,  Australian election
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2012 Dec: The comicals Nov:  Holmo bashing, Paul Henry, Queen Elizabeth/Damien Oliver Oct: Matthew Elliott Sept: Jay Jay Feeney and barren mares Aug: The immaculate conception July:  Scott Guy murder, long-range Melbourne Cup day June: Andy Haden and Murray Deaker  April:  Aries Dragons Jan:  Kim Dotcom
2011 Dec: Amazing psychic Nov: Sonny Bill and Kim Kardashian ? Oct: Dan Carter Sept: Zara Phillips July: Rupert Murdoch marriage
2010 Dec: John Wright Nov: Aung San Suu Kyi
2009 Dec:  NZ Warriors Mar:  Bain murders

2008 Sept:  Psychic Sister Rose, A R A Fieldes Jan: Pluto revolution

 2007 Oct:   All Blacks May:  Springboks


November 21
The  horse racing industry has always produced some of the worst-ever when it comes to parenting.

Natural, really, when there are so many temptations to weaken slaves of the 24-7 lifestyle. Especially during revolutionary Pluto's Tour de Capricorn, between 2008 and 2024, as indicated here back in January 2008. Including:

" But the scary piece relates to the massively changing role of the father figure, as the family unit slowly disappears and  marriage becomes just another episode in life's great soap opera for many.
Naturally there will be a massive increase in the numbers of rudderless young men lacking direction, with no-one to guide and teach them in time-honoured Kiwi male tradition how to drink beer properly and the correct way to watch a rugby game.

The decadent industry is riddled with debt and depression, and the desperates who seek fame in the racing chat sites.Like an infamous failure using the name of

" poundforpound"

Posted 7 hours ago

" Matt Cross just said Carnival will win The Stewards today !!!!!!

Now I have low expectations Matt, in fact I have no expectations other than that I prefer you to use English, stand upright, and to be able to tie your own shoe laces ( you seem to be meeting those standards ).....but think selecting Carnival to win The Stewards is rational, sensible and an informed comment. Get help mate, you’ve got no idea if you believe that.

It shouldn’t even be in the race FFS, it’s a low grade horse with a poor action who needs dead to soft ground isn’t it ?

It’ll get lapped and should be facing a charge of “loitering” post race because the only thing it’ll do is get in the way of the decent horses in the race.

FYI Matt Carnival is ratings wise 7kg worse off than Riding Shotgun and 9.5kg worse off than Passing Shot, and they’re both G1 performers. That translates to being about 15-18m inferior over this trip, or about 1.5-2 seconds I’m saying Carnival will be behind the two mentioned by about 10 lengths if they all run to their ratings ( yes I know it’s never that simple but that’s a pure interpretation ).

Lift your game Matt. You’re in danger of making yourself look a bit stupid."

CARNIVAL won the Stewards Handicap, on November 15 !

So much thought into such a meaningless matter.  The unusually angry“ Poundforpound ” is a 3-times divorcee with 5 estranged, mostly  teenage children. Hardly a contender for " Father of the Year."

He  made an appearance in the Annual Prophesies, last November !

" Molloy, Leo:

Auckland-based CEO of Loser City in for massive and difficult energy restructuring while Pluto crunches his Mars. Jan, July, Nov crucial.  Saturn-Mercury attack  brings mental issues Feb, May, Nov. "

Unfortunately  there are always members of the undereducated who do silly things like go on holiday when they're getting hammered by Saturn and his cronies.....


November 19

One of 2017's many Astrological highlights was forecasting a horror year for the NZ Warriors.

Courtesy of extreme negativity for major owner E Watson, coaching staff S Kearney, A McFadden and S Jones, and players K Foran and M Vatuvei.Just another reminder of the magnificence of the world's oldest science.

While long ago it were noted that 2018 was going to be even worse. With recent months having 2 prospective purchasers who eventually canned the idea.

The  Warriors have lost their last 9 games and I was considering the ultimate challenge-----try and find when they will have their first win in 2018 ?

Already Watson and  Kearney are slotted in for repeat performances in the next Annual Prophesies to be released on November 26, along with player Isaac Luke.

With these 3 NZ Warriors personnel  indicating that a further 9 losses in a row in the Autumn are very possible !

" Johnson, Shaun:

Rugby league star confused and distracted  by Neptune attacking his Sun and Mercury until Feb 019.  March, April, July and Sept 018 very crucial."

" McFadden, Andrew:

Another horrific year for NZ Warriors’ assistant coach with Uranus attacking  his Sun, Venus and Mars and Neptune anti his Moon. March, April, May, July, Sept crucial."

" Tuivasa-Sheck, Roger:

Extremely complicated time for rugby league star from Neptune-Sun and  Uranus-Venus difficulties in March, April, May, Aug, Sept, Nov and Feb 019. Saturn-Jupiter setbacks  in July, Oct as well. "

" March, April and May " appear frequently. With a major crack up when this was on the Warriors' facebook page a few days ago. So funny there was no need to even read it !

"I 100% know this club is going to turn around."

Extended Shaun Johnson interview #WarriorNation #BeTheTribe

Laughter is one of the best medicines of all......


For being  a fine, upstanding citizen and a regular contributor to their communal lunches, I was blessed by the Monks at the Buddhist temple in Otahuhu recently.

I was showing the 3 Monks how to deal to a grapefruit by slicing, squeezing and slurping. One of them touched my shoulder and decreed that I will have a long and prosperous life with no money problems.

Part of being a fine, upstanding citizen involves voluntary lawn and tree cleaning at certain properties in the Otahuhu region. Those of people with flourishing grapefruit trees who aren't so fussed about eating them.

The amazing fruit with little-known body cleansing and detoxification properties are distributed in the community, basketloads making their way to the Buddhist Temple.

With horse racing's methamphetamine legend Lisa Cropp allegedly using them to thwart the random testing procedures !  Reports from the decadent industry had Cropp beating her first 27 tests with a concoction of " grapefruit and something else."

The " blessing "  gave me an inspiration. I reported my experience to a prominent member of the Otahuhu Leopards premier league team and wondered about taking some of the brothers up to the Temple and getting them blessed for the Fox Memorial comp next year:

" You, Johnny Acks ( the coach ), Connor ( the captain ), Geemo and Brodie ( the playmakers ) for starters."

A fitting touch of irony that my Otahuhu league mate made his appearance at the Temple when the multitude of amazing dishes included an extreme rarity that has to be ordered from Thailand---Blue-coloured sticky rice, in the same tone as the Otahuhu Rugby League jersey !

Then we wondered about the ultimate challenge for a Monk.

Taking Watson, Kearney, Johnson and co to the Temple and getting the NZ Warriors blessed............


November 17

In recent years it's become very fashionable to suffer from " mental illness " or " depression. "

A trend started by Sir John Kirwan in 2012 when he gained the knighthood  " for services to mental health and rugby."

With the " fashion " now uncontrollable and NZ at the top of the world in people topping themselves. A " Kiwi " commits sideways approximately every 15 hours !

We'll accept that Kirwan's fragile ego doesn't want  to understand Astrological factors like Mars and Pluto effluences, the secretive 12th House or Moon in Scorpio. Or the Venus-Saturn happiness blocker he shares, appropriately enough, with the depressed nation's other great limelight-hogger, " medication Mikey " King !

But Kirwan's  decided to finally  take action. He’s going to grab the editor of the once trustworthy NZ Herald by his throat and ask WTF is the point of all those depressing headlines everyday Like these page leaders recently:

A woman has been killed by her pet dog after trying to stop it from attacking a male friend.

A year on from Dreamworld’s horrific disaster, the park is still haunted by a nightmare.

A world-renowned musician has finally come forward over the rape and appalling abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of her band mate. etc

Kirwan's next act, though, will be a big one. He understands the need for people to communicate, to talk with each other, but unfortunately television is the major obstacle. Sir John Kirwan is going to insist that humans have compulsory sport-free weekends next year !

Kirwan's master plan is for players, coaching staff and other wage earners to continue working. Without fans, at the game, on TV, radio or live streaming. He ran the idea past renowned sporting tragic, broadcaster Tony Veitch.

44 year-old Veitch, a veteran of 3 short marriages and a couple of suicide attempts, wouldn't have a bar of it: " I think we'd have more depression than ever. Some people just live for their weekends in front of Sky Sport with a box of beer."

Former Prime Minister Sir John Key got wind of the master plan and contacted Kirwan:

" You ungrateful bastard ! If I'd known you’d turn like that, I never would have made you a Sir John, long before even I became a Sir John.  Rugby has made you a decent living, a World Cup winner and taken you to many distant lands. I'm glad I'm not Prime Minister anymore, I'd have a hell of a job trying to explain this to Rupert ! "

" Who's Rupert ? " Kirwan asked.

Rupert Murdoch, the man who controls most of the western media, idiot !  He also insists that horror, death and misery headlines are important, to keep people living in fear. You’ve obviously never heard of the divide, distract and dominate principle ?  ”

“ I’m sorry, Sir John. “

Key continued: " You are the face of depression, not the mouthpiece, okay ? " Key thought better than to explain that Kirwan’s creases and wrinkles, his crows feet and squinty eyes also have the fear and misery factor. To keep people  gloomy.

“ Sorry again, Sir John, I’ll  try and remember all that.”


November 15

Recent media:

" United Future party members have decided unanimously to disband the party, according to a leaked email.

The email, purporting to be from fledgling leader Damian Light and circulating among party faithful, says members made the unanimous decision at the annual general meeting over the weekend.

The Herald has been unable to reach Light this evening and former United Future leader Peter Dunne declined to comment to NZME."

Hardly a surprise.This evil cunt, who was heavily involved in introducing the killer synthetic drugs to NZ,  is depressed !

As per an appearance in the November 2016 Annual Prophesies,

" Dunne, Peter:

Politician " Dunny "  in for major downers  with Saturn depressing his Sun in Feb, May and Nov. Even bigger 2019 with Neptune attacking his Mars and Jupiter and Pluto over the North Node !  "


November 14

Last Thursday  listeners of the Auckland-based Indian radio station Humm Fm  got the name of my plunge trainer for Melbourne Cup day next year.

That was after bragging rights over last week’s Melbourne Cup day winner for trainer Wayne Hillis, Watch This Space, at $9.80.

Trainer W Hillis had been declared here for Melbourne Cup day 2017 as far back  as July 2012. Then on July 27  last on the radio station, so the Hummers have much more time  to save their rupees up for the big plunge on Tuesday November 6, 2018.

This Thursday, the Weekly Astrology Report, will have a topic of far less importance---massive turmoil for leading parliamentarians Jacinda Ardern, Winston Peters and Bill English next Autumn !

Also the new " San Francisco Pete " equivalent----Jacinda’s  partner Clarke Gayford !

With  logical reasons why Winston may have to retire around his 73rd birthday. After his appearance in the November 2016 Annual Prophesies:

Peters, Winston:

Politician acting very strangely in  his 72nd year, with Uranus zooming across his Mercury and Venus spots and Neptune doing same to Mars. April, June, Aug, Sept, Nov crucial with massive, difficult change from Pluto anti his Sun 2018.

Humm Fm, 106.2 fm ( NZ ) or via the website between 8.30 and 8.40 on Thursday mornings.


November 12

It was predicted here a month in advance beneath


October 11

Back on October 5  consideration  was being given to a first-ever Tongan victory over New Zealand in Rugby League.


It was noted back in May that Kiwis’ coach David Kidwell has Saturn whacking his Mars position mid-November.  Then I discover that his captain Adam Blair’s got serious Saturn-Sun restrictions in early December and Saturn squashing his Mars too,  somewhere between November 10 and 15 !

The Kiwis play Tonga in Hamilton on November 11. Over a bowl of top quality Tongan white Kava, matured after 5 years, a Tongan neighbour and I were contemplating Tongan giants like Andrew Fifita and Jason Taumalolo  wrecking the Kiwi defence, with backs like our former neighbour  Konrad Hurrell,  Michael Jennings, David Fusitu’a and Manu Vatuvei running in the tries….

And also contemplating the expected bedlam in Otahuhu. The last 3 Rugby World Cups have seen unauthorized Tongan street parades gridlocking the multicultural suburb. With the main street totally closed  one Monday afternoon and 8 stationary police cars  required to seal the feeder roads.”

Yesterday Tonga gained that first-ever win over the Kiwis in Hamilton, 28-22, after being 2-16 down at half-time.

Ironically on the day when that  TPPA  Pacific trade thing allegedly hit another brick wall at the talks  in Vietnam. There’s a new one:

TPPA= Tongan Palagi Pretenders Association------Palagi who dress in red and act like Tongans and drive their car round Otahuhu with a Tongan flag on top tooting at all the other Tongan cars and laughing their heads off.

As I did  again last night, along with hundreds of other cars and thousands of red and white flags. More than ever before...

Long ago, a joke was invented:

Q: What’s the difference between Otahuhu and the Holy Bible ?

A: In the Bible there are 3 wise men. In Otahuhu there are 3 white men.

One of them expressed his emotions on a live feed  of the celebrations on facebook last night:

" Get the army in I'm over this as a business owner "


November 10

The wonderful " uncertainty " of horse racing allows anybody to zoom in and get the spotlight.

As I was explaining to some senior Auckland gang members around the turn of the century, when Takanini’s  SUNLINE was the trans-Tasman champion.

Sunline was purchased for $35k but won 32  races from 48 starts and around $12 million in prize money !  A cheap way for some owners to become  very famous that got the gangsters thinking…….

Come 2017 and Sunline’s junior co-trainer Stephen McKee is on zero wins from 53 starters this season.

While Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum isn’t very happy either, as reported after his latest Melbourne Cup failure:

And because his racing operation, Godolphin, is kind enough to lodge its financial accounts with our corporate regulator, we know that last year – when the Sheikh managed to get five runners in the race – it reported a loss of more than A$91 million (NZ$100.7m). Up from a loss of A$55.7m (NZ$66.7m) the prior year. 

Accumulated losses have now topped A$614m (NZ$680m), but the accounts assure us that "the company is a for-profit entity and primarily involved in thoroughbred horse breeding and racing". 

The Champion Racing System ( above ) celebrates its 32nd birthday this month and I’ve been reflecting on some of the awesome clients who’ve been creaming it for years, with some of them  semi-literate and possibly unaware which end the bridle goes on.

Like a Tongan lady from Otahuhu, N, who contacted me upon recommendation, after getting stung by one of history’s biggest scams---“ Psychic Sister Rose.”

Psychic Sister Rose advertised her/his  prowess for selecting Lotto numbers in SUNDAY NEWS for around 20 years.  Strangely without a street  address that was required by law. This disgusting scam was the brainchild of a disgraced former lawyer named Derek Russell, who ultimately drank himself to death.

I pledged to help Tongan N get revenge on the sick media system , but she  had no knowledge of the internet, email, 0900 numbers or Trackside Channel.

So, for a reasonable fee, Tongan N was allowed to phone me on race mornings and get the oil for a large place punt.

She’d write the meeting name, horse name and numbers etc  on a piece of paper and hand it to the man in the TAB with her $100 for a place bet. Once I even had to spell out a steeplechaser named KEEN for her.

I’ve often promoted the brilliant racing investment method as a personal ATM, but Tongan N took it to a new level.  Unaware of the results, she’d just waddle up to the TAB next day and hand her ticket to the operator.

Her first 7 investments brought collects, averaging around  $160 for her $100 place investment. Then disaster, when the operator informed her that investment 8’s ticket was worthless, after only finishing 4th.

She phoned me, stressing that she wasn’t angry, just “ very surprised.” Her winning run resumed next time.

There was a Samoan taxi driver, whose son would later gain All Black honours, ringing me to express  his fears after a debut win bet from a  hurdler that led all the way at Te Rapa one April.

" You didn’t tell me it was a hurdle race ! I only knew that when the race began and I was shitting myself everytime it came to a fence ! "

I told Mr S  to harden up and get used to it. We’d be having  probably another dozen or more bets in jumping races before the winter was over.

Those were the days when we had weekly commitments and  a  0900 number, and between 70 and 90 investments a year.

Nowadays the service is only email, maybe 10-12 investments a year, with much bigger dividends. A brilliant form of compulsory saving, with those awesome returns ( see below  ) from a $200 start.

A  banking system that Mr Rothschild can’t fuck with…….


November 8

The Astrological system’s plundering continued yesterday with the Wayne Hillis-trained  WATCH THIS SPACE romping home at Ellerslie.

The $9.80 win dividend, in only our 2nd investment for the season, puts us way in front. Again.

With a new World Record set for a long-range horse racing certainty !

Google search “ Wayne Hillis Don Murray Melbourne ” and you’ll get the following:


 04 Jul 2012

And towards the end:

As always I am looking ahead and noticed some very amazing years for Wayne Hillis. Heaps of awesome Pluto and Uranusism through 2013 and 2014. With that amazing PLUTO-MARS trine in 2017 !

And the final leg in November. Especially 7, the first Tuesday, Melbourne Cup day to  racegoers. Don’t matter whether W P Hillis is at Flemington, Hanging Rock or back home somewhere, he will be buzzing.

Hopefully he lines up, to get us a nice win on November 7, 2017. And set a new world record for long-range racetipping…”

5 years, 4 months and 3 days is reasonably “ long range.”

Extremely awesome to be plundering such a corruption-laden industry that still fails to recognize the great science. Anyone seeking “ utu ” is welcome to join us.


Starting deposit $200 into TAB account

current season                   $980

final balance 2016-17        $1330

final balance 2015-16         $100

final balance 2014-15         $590

final balance 2013-14         $2370

final balance 2012-13         $340

final balance 2011-12         $4090

From a horse racing investment system that kicked off in November 1985. With balances obtained by placing $100 a win on selections from the Don Murray Racing System.

Email: for more details.


The figure in brackets is the return for every $1 if the same amount is invested for a win on each selection.  
 Since 2011:  106  investments, 28 wins 
Average win div $7.64  on a 26% winning strike rate ( Investment $1=$2.01 )

Since 2000:  730  investments, 244  wins.

 Average win $3.81  on a 33 % winning strike rate  ( Investment $1=$1.27 )  ( Yellow, black sash, Number 1, settles 5th )

Footnote: The previous World Record, also held by, labelled trainer Roger James on November 26, 2010, as a  “ certainty ” to win on December 26, 2013.

On December 26, 2013, R A James started 5 and managed a $16.50 winner. Ironically we didn’t back any, preferring an equally as well-aspected trainer Ralph Manning, who only lined up one----CIVICS ROCK winning the listed sprint at $28.50 !


November 7

I've only ever been to one Melbourne Cup and have had absolutely no desire to return.

Not because of a bad experience. Because of a brilliant day that would be very hard to beat. 40 years ago today, when Kiwi influences on the great race were  strong.

After I'd quit my menial job in Brisbane to hitch down, scoring work in a Mordialloc racing stable through a Kiwi mate from  recent NZ racing journalism days.

 An awesome day of partying with heaps of Kiwi acquaintances at Flemington on the first Tuesday in November 1977 and only one bet---Gold and Black, the Cup winner at $5.50. When the 24 starters in the Cup itself included 15 NZ-bred  horses and 8 NZ-bred jockeys, 3 of whom were  based in Melbourne.

5 of those 24 horses were actually trained in NZ. With the 1960s and 70s having 6 Kiwi-trained winners of the great race, but no success since 2001.

Today there is not one single NZ-based trainer or jockey involved. Only 2 in the field were bred in NZ.

Some “ Kiwi pride ” though, with 3 former NZ jockeys involved and former Foxton youth Chris Waller having a runner in the Cup today.

Melbourne Cup day has been very lucrative for Astrological race fans, including a  $55 winner for J Bart Cummings in the supporting race after the 1986 Cup.

On January 19, 2001, battling NZ jumps jockey Nathan Hanley was publicly labelled for the Cup Day Hurdles in November. Next month he shifted to Melbourne, ultimately landing the ride on $16 shot Lesvos Ruler on Cup day. Unfortunately 2nd was Hanley’s lot, but a $3.95 place dividend……..

We haven’t had a Melbourne Cup day investment since 2014, winning with Cambridge trainer Shaune Ritchie’s Atacama at $6 on the Flemington track. ( Ritchie’s wife had been forewarned of this buzz some 53 weeks beforehand.)

All racing has been good to us, with every $1 invested on the freaky Astrological method since the year 2000 began returning $1.27.

A new investment method was introduced 7 years ago, with every $1 since then returning $1.99.

Today we’re having a crack at a world record…….


November 5

Astrology proves that lucky bastards are born.

Unlucky ones, too, but few more fortunate than champion horse trainer Chris Waller having TWO GRAND TRINES in his natal chart.

One Grand Trine is very rare, but two ?

The Grand Trine occurs when 3 planets from separate signs are in harmony. i.e like Sagittarius, Leo and Aries. This harmony brings ease of opportunity and being in the right places at the right times.

In C Waller's case, Aquarius, Libra and Gemini, the Air signs, with the closeness of the numbers providing greater impact.

There's the wonderful control of the love planet Venus at Aquarius 2, in perfect harmony with energetic Mars ( Gemini 2 ) and powerful Pluto ( Libra 6 ). For the lover, very good for marriage, children and dealing with animals. ( C. Waller and his sweetheart from schooldays are still together with 2 children.)

Then consider communicator Mercury and fortunate Jupiter, locked together at Aquarius 28 and 29 respectively. Great for optimism and decision-making, notably strengthened by brilliant Uranus ( Libra 27 ) and controlling Saturn ( Gemini 27 ).

Strength in the natal chart brings the self-control to ward off the temptations of, so vital in racing, the punt, the piss, pussy and P.

43 year-old Waller hit a pinnacle last month with Winx winning the W.S Cox Plate at Moonee Valley for the third consecutive time.

The same C Waller who was " a dreamer " to many when he arrived in Sydney with 2 horses back in 1998 at age 24. Nowadays he’s the King of Sydney, with 38 of his charges scheduled to race in 3 states this Tuesday.

Many dreamers fail in an industry often described as the " boulevard of broken dreams."

Less chance if you were born to get all the breaks from possessing a pair of awesome Grand Trines....


November 3

Tomorrow's Tonga-Samoa Rugby League clash in Hamilton takes me back 25 years to a very memorable day........

Saturday October 31  1992:

 The day of the Pacific Cup rugby league Grand Final at Carlaw Park, Auckland:  Western Samoa v Tonga.

 Of special interest to me, with one of my earns being a fresh shellfish delivery business in the very colourful Otara region, where every family seemed to have a relly playing in the Pacific Cup. The majority of my customers were Samoans and I had 2 mates playing for Western Samoa, whom I would naturally be supporting.

 Saturday begins with a trip to  Otara  to collect monies from a few customers. And a brilliant omen in running into Samoan Joe Kaiser when I dropped into the Otara fleamarket. Joe was a contemporary and mate from Mt Albert Grammar I hadn’t seen for 22 years. The school’s chief larrikin then, now assisting his brother Steve, the coach of Western Samoa !

 Next stop is to collect some coin from a Tongan, Mr M. Who many months earlier had been shocked out of his brain when opening the door to a palagi greeting him with “ Malo’e lei lei, Sianna masalo, paaka, tukumisi.”

 Very happy to have a white fella delivering fresh mussels, crabs or kina to his doorstep. Today, 2 youths in his backyard who’d been up all night supervising the spit roasting of several pigs. Only natural to suggest to Mr M that “ it’ll be good to have a big feast after your team gets beaten today.”

 The earth rumbled as Mr M flew into a mock rage. Peace was restored when we agreed to a wager----- a spit-roasted pig on the result.

 A memorable occasion, with large chunks of Tongan Red and Samoan Blue in the grandstand. Worried I was, though, as Western Samoa trailed until the last minutes of the game and drew level with a converted try. Into extra time, a set amount unlike  “ golden point ” and still looking bad after Tonga kicked a penalty goal.

 A minute from defeat, Western Samoa pinned on their own line. Paddy Tuimavave broke and passed to Logan Campbell, an appropriately-named  centre. Only the Tongan fullback to beat,  Franklin Fonua, whose uncle John Fonua had been a renowned streetfighter and Mt Albert Grammar contemporary as well.

 Logan Campbell centre chips over Fonua and regathers. In pass to Paddy's bro' Paki Tuimavave and 40 metres later he’s  beneath the black dot with a powerful fist pump !

Polynesian cultures accept what happens. They don't grizzle and moan and blame the ref or the bloke that missed a vital tackle or goal kick.

They move on, for the camaraderie is more important. And the giant feast afterwards.

I waived my winning pig and in lieu accepted a large plate  at Mr M's feast that evening........


November 1

It's easy for an Astrologer to become a waka jumper.

To run with the hares then hunt with the hounds, or change your allegiance like Jason Taumalolo.

Consider the Black Caps. There was that phenomenal prophesy on TV3, January 1, 2013 that charted coach Mike Hesson for major improvement on his predecessor, John Wright, whose demise had been confidently forecast 2 years previously. Notable was a “ Uranus-Node buzz ” to be assisting Hesson as far ahead as February 2014, when his Black Caps would absolutely whitewash India.

A different story in the November 2016 Prophesies on

" Hesson, Mike:

Black Caps coach hampered by Uranus-Mercury turmoil May/June and Oct. Worse in 018 with Uranus-Mars turmoil  in March, May/June and October."

The media of October 30 reported that the Black Caps have fallen just short of securing the maiden ODI series win on Indian soil to continue Hesson's very disappointing year.

The hosts have won the third ODI by six runs after defending 337 with New Zealand making 331 for six in their 50 overs.

Often the narrowest defeats have the most dramatic consequences in Astrological terms.

No point in grumbling, remembering that the Annual Prophesies of November 2016 have a reasonably phenomenal hit rate of 53 rights and 3 wrongs so far.

But there shall always be grizzlers about the touch judge who made a bad call or the prop that should have been red carded.The terribly inhibited who shall feel the need to seek approval for their theories from a media scab like legendary woman basher Tony Veitch.

Remembering one of many great wisdoms of coaching legend Wayne Bennett:

" You're only a failure when you start blaming other people."

Far more logical to blame the planets.........


October 30

“  Champion jockey Damien Oliver will miss the Melbourne Cup ride on last year’s winner Almandin after being found guilty of improper riding and given a hefty suspension at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

Oliver fronted stewards over the tactics he adopted down the straight the first time in the Cox Plate on Happy Clapper.

Stewards issued a 20 meeting penalty noting it’s a “serious charge” and they are “mindful of the upcoming meetings”.

Oliver’s ban starts after Sunday’s Sale Cup day and he will miss the entire four-day Melbourne Cup carnival before he can return to the saddle at the Pakenham night meeting on November 16.

Hardly surprising, considering an appearance in the Annual Prophesies,, last  November 26:

" Oliver, Damien:

Former champion jockey hindered by Pluto-Mercury and Uranus-Mars issues until Feb 018. March, April, May, Nov crucial."

D Oliver's chaotic 2017 also included the cancelling of  his contract to spend the winter away from cold Melbourne riding in much warmer Mauritius.

While Winx's third consecutive  Cox Plate win was decreed just a few hours after last year's effort, here on October 24, 2016:

" So I had a look at the progressions to October 28, 2017 for Chris Waller and soon after produced a ginormous expletive ! Sensationally brilliant Mercury-Neptune and Moon-Uranus progressions for this Foxton-born genius on W S Cox Plate day next year ! "

Ironically, D Oliver was our hero when the very profitable Champion Racing System ( above ) had its last investment in a Cox Plate---2001.

When NZ mare Sunline was going for a threepeat, too, but had her chances extinguished 6 months earlier in TRUTH newspaper courtesy of Astrological complications affecting the McKee partnership which trained her.

Conqueror Northerly got the “ certainty ” label 3 months before the great race when D Oliver was booked. Northerly beat Sunline and returned $3.70 for the win. Much better than the $1.16 for Winx on Saturday !

While Sunline’s junior co-trainer, Stephen McKee, not firing without father Trev, sits on 0 wins from 41 runners this season.

Of course he, too, made an appearance last November, in the “ Cancer ” section like D Oliver:

McKee, Stephen:

Horse trainer with progress  seriously  hampered by Uranus-Moon and Neptune-Venus complications in domestic matters. March, July, Aug very troublesome.”


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