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Recent Comments

User freodockers

freodockers 28 Nov | Posts: 1304

Sonny who ??? Will be lucky to get a game this year.

User JayJay

JayJay 28 Nov | Posts: 6132

Yes, I went to many night meetings at Collie, just a few at Katanning. Bookmakers always present. Remember near freezing to death at a Katanning Cup mid 90's I reckon. Coulson had the favourite and it stood on the mark, ran 4th or something to a Terry Purnell ...

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 28 Nov | Posts: 2236

JayJay when I first started bookmaking at the trots I would field at Collie on a Friday night betting on GP as well. Stayed the night at Collie and then across to Katanning for the Saturday night meeting.

User thefalcon

thefalcon 28 Nov | Posts: 17939

i just had a look at the replay of midnight blues race. am i mistaken or was there very little vigour over the last hundred or so metres?

User JayJay

JayJay 28 Nov | Posts: 6132

Steve Mulhall fielded at Collie Cup meet today....can't remember when I last saw a Bookie at Collie, bumper crowd on course, warm day and the race caller got all the horses names right, including the pony trots which were called with his usual enthusiasm. Thum...

User thefalcon

thefalcon 28 Nov | Posts: 17939

i recall a few years ago after a gr1 win, i think it was Britteny who asked him what he was going to do that evening. he replied that Sandra will make some lobster sandwiches and he'll have that with a nice cup of tea.

User detonator

detonator 28 Nov | Posts: 3266

Just looking for the positives out of the potential splitUmmm Grant and Alana will be able to get in front of the microphone more instead of Mr P……Not Mr Peters I meant Mr “Personality”. Haha. =))

User detonator

detonator 28 Nov | Posts: 3266

Speaking of the inside word….saw Sonny Walters at Cicerellos yesterday in Freo.Reckon he needs to avoid the battered fish and dim sims. Haha.Just sayin !!!  =))

User detonator

detonator 28 Nov | Posts: 3266

We will see Freo. Just remember who has all the inside word.  :D

User freodockers

freodockers 28 Nov | Posts: 1304

CLOWN ????