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The people that provide the voice for Perth Turf Talk.

Matt Rigby

Matt Rigby is a local stands bookmaker who fields all Metropolitan Saturday meetings. A true lover of racing, Matt is involved in all aspects of racing as an owner, syndicator, bookmaker and punter.

Greg Hooper

Greg Hooper's reputation needs no introdution as the spearhead of many succesful betting syndicates. "Hoops" features weekly on 1206 Racing Radio as their regular tipster and is an accountant by day.

Gary Wright

There are few people that are members for the Eagles and Dockers, however undoubtedly they're always true sport lovers. There is no better way to subscribe Gary Wright, other than his remarkable accuracy with tipping in all forms.

Chris Nelson

Chris is the owner of JuiceBox Creative, the agency behind Perth Turf Talk since its inception in 2005. Although primarily focused on the maintanence of the website, as a passionate owner/punter Chris has gathered enough information through involvement in the website to contribute an opinion regularly.

Recent Comments

User Tivers

Tivers 18 Aug | Posts: 7680

Bigger question is will they be in Melbourne or Hobart

User Tivers

Tivers 18 Aug | Posts: 7680

Less an issue now with the 4yo extension crops coming through

User tony

tony 18 Aug | Posts: 2225

Haggas said Champion Stakes at Ascot was his preference not the Arc

User Flanders

Flanders 18 Aug | Posts: 943

I see Tabtouch has a new layout on their mobile app on my android device. That's all fine, but there is no mention of the start time for the race. They have a countdown until start time but no actual start time listed. Hopefully they have a read of PTT and c...

User TheDiva

TheDiva 18 Aug | Posts: 11542

Be interesting to see if north's tank this week against Gold Coast. when bottom of the ladder and 1st draft pick is up for grabs... will they go for the honorable victory... just to show that they have a bit of fight... or will they tank and go for the dr...

User TheDiva

TheDiva 18 Aug | Posts: 11542

interesting...i couldnt get in using the first link... so i googled WA tAB news and the second article came up. I think you might get one free shot at it and then they want you to subscribe.google it independently and see if you can read it. 

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 18 Aug | Posts: 2273

Jnr did a similar thing to win on Lang Inwoods horse Twentynine Twelve at $100/1 a couple of weeks ago. I think his best drives are when he is free of expectation & makes it up as he goes along...which is not often given the usual range of horses he sits o...

User Betonme

Betonme 18 Aug | Posts: 196

Think it was a terrific drive, needed some luck in running - got it, and definitely was rated incorrectly by bookmakers in early markets.

User freodockers

freodockers 18 Aug | Posts: 2106

Speaking of turning heads I recall a very prominent driver in the mid nineties I think, leading the field at GP with 700 mtrs to travel, turned his head to look at the times board located at the 400 mtr mark. As he did this a horse that was heavily backed came...

User JayJay

JayJay 18 Aug | Posts: 6518

Email received fro GP this morning on "Frequently Asked Questions" etc. Maps of land sales and Artists Impression drawings of the finished product....which I fully understand are just that, Artists Impressions and may bare only a passing resemblance to what fi...