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Recent Comments

User Zimmerman

Zimmerman 18 Feb | Posts: 53

Hey riders with regards to trainers backing up horses theres a trainer in Victoria named brian kiesey who will often race his horses on consecutive days. He had n old trotter a few years back that would be often vetted because of this fact! He raced a mare tha...


SLIPPERGOLDEN 18 Feb | Posts: 5161

Racecallers over the decades have called the UK Greyhounds by numbers with the odd one mentioning the name of the winner here and there.In days gone by when they broadcast phantom calls into the bookmaker shops it was hilarious that a 30 second dog race would ...


H-BOMBER 18 Feb | Posts: 6747

Haha it's humour reading on Twitter the amount of blokes crying about missing winner after winner. Sure it's inconvenient, but it really is a first world problem isn't it


SLIPPERGOLDEN 18 Feb | Posts: 5161

A mate received $50 bonus for Tabtouch Fixed Odds inconvenience


H-BOMBER 18 Feb | Posts: 6747

Re the QLD stewards, only thing I can think of is that they were told to wait till the whale was caught.....that happened then bang another caught out. One wonders how wide this net casts?


SLIPPERGOLDEN 18 Feb | Posts: 5161

Witness In Court for me, should be suited to the long Narrogin  A short run in at Narrogin Jell


SLIPPERGOLDEN 18 Feb | Posts: 5161

go watch bold and the beautiful,  Or Neighs Of Our Lives

User Kane_26

Kane_26 18 Feb | Posts: 61

Hi Kane - I suggest you contact RWWA and speak to Bill Delaney as it would appear to be a mistake - cant see why he wouldn't  have transitioned at $27,500 max Thanks @getthechange, when bringing in a new system I wouldn't of thought I needed to qu...

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 18 Feb | Posts: 1149

From memory Marko the 2160 start was the preferred start for years but was altered because the advantage to the outside horses was deemed too great ??? Also part of the reasoning was that it was too testing on horses legs charging into the first bend at max sp...

User savethegame

savethegame 18 Feb | Posts: 944

Aussie try the different cheese i catch him ...he doesn't have to pull the hood up..just help with fixing the concerns from posters and hopefully if someone comes up with good points he may pass them on