Updates from Intervest Global (NZ) Limited, Intervest Global Live and TriLogics

Updates from Intervest Global (NZ) Limited, Intervest Global Live and TriLogics from TriLogics New Zealand

By: TriLogics New Zealand  15-Oct-2009
Keywords: Horse, Racing, Lifestyle

Intervest Global Live is happy to announce that Intervest Global (NZ) Limited has this week opened an office in Auckland, New Zealand. Intervest Global (NZ) Limited will serve the New Zealand market for TriLogics from directly within country. All support for current TriLogics owners throughout Australasia will continue to be handled from the Intervest Global Live head office. As part of the launch of the new Intervest Global (NZ) Limited office, and in support of TriLogics, Matthew Whyatt founder and chairman of Intervest Global Live is in Auckland conducting demonstrations of the TriLogics system. There has been an outstanding response and yesterday's sessions were completely booked. Stay tuned to these pages for further updates.  

To follow up on some of the news we've posted regarding some of the bigger races in this year's Spring Carnival we'll take a brief look at some of the results from last week and look ahead at what's coming up. Unfortunately for trainer Gai Waterhouse, Rock Kingdom which won the Epsom Handicap, was unable to repeat in the 1600m Toorak Handicap at Caulfield. Rock Kingdom came in third behind Gold Salute (2nd) and the winner Allez Wonder. Allez Wonder is trained by another famous trainer, Bart Cummings and was ridden by Michelle Payne. The victory ensures a position in the Caulfield Cup for Allez Wonder, where Ms Payne is also slated as jockey.  

Speed Gifted, which won the Metropolitan at Randwick was withdrawn from the Caulfield Cup. In addition to surprising many racing experts, it foiled the plans of many punters who had made ante-post bets on Speed Gifted. TAB reports that there was over $50,000 bet on Speed Gifted and at Betfair another $27,000 in bets was matched for Speed Gifted. It was a loss for those who had taken the pre-race odds and a gain for TAB and Betfair.  The two favorites for today's Thousand Guineas at Caulfield are Irish Lights and Sister Madly trained by Anthony Cummings. Sister Madly came in second in the Flight Stakes behind More Joyous.

Please note: This brief report on these horses and their past performance is strictly for general interest only and should have no bearing on trading by TriLogics owners. As we have often said: Although TriLogics is a great tool for those who do have some knowledge of racing, it was designed for people who have no knowledge of racing.

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