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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 Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 19 Oct | Posts: 4496

Very open race that one..Mighty Major well drawn behind likely leader , the much improved and going well again Bhagwan. Could be a 1,10 race..leader and leaders back...( Bhagwan , Mighty Major ) or the Bhagwan might get swamped. Tough race. Like Bhagwan to win...

User Duffman

Duffman 19 Oct | Posts: 91

Mighty major is my best roughie well hopefully rough

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 19 Oct | Posts: 4496

A two pronged attack!! Race 8. #1. Rockin The Boys & #5. Donegal Rundlescreek one of them to topple the early $1.60 favourite...lookout Dodolicious :-t Then to Kalgoorlie for some glistening gold..race 5. # 8. A Bit Ruthless going very well this fella!...

User Duffman

Duffman 19 Oct | Posts: 91

Race 1: touch of success / addfueltofire Race 2: Sarah looks like a goody here/ dame puissant 3 back each way Race 3: lord Lexus to lead and take a sit could be dangerous / Soho Chelsea best form currently Race 4: odd lover looks hard to beat again Arjay ...

User RIO

RIO 19 Oct | Posts: 12887

Can you seriously trust a State government that is being screwed by every other state in the country to do the right thing with a new tax?? And even if they do, then RWWA has to allocate that funding in a way to benefit the whole industry, not just a club with...

User Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh 19 Oct | Posts: 2377

Two bets for me, Tribecca to stamp himself as the current best we have (think Chicago Bull is slightly off his game at the minute) and Bronze Seeker to storm all over them at big odds for dashing Deni Roberts after the new Svilicich horse and a few others over...

User Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh 19 Oct | Posts: 2377

Sorry only just cleaning the spew of my phone after that putrid ride. Just go to the bloody outside! Wont get that price again.

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 19 Oct | Posts: 333

This could go on and on boys so am drawing my sideways contribution to a close so that the thread can return to its theme....to be continued though haha

User JayJay

JayJay 19 Oct | Posts: 3407

H.P.Hayes...that horse must have been 18 hands plus...and a heart as big as a caraway seed...like old Willowwrack. Geez, we have buggered up this thread good and proper...sorry.

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 19 Oct | Posts: 333

Another regular who stood out for me was Pinky Hayes and his massive steed Tors Crag