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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 25 May | Posts: 6002

Corey Peterson ^:)^ easier than government work.

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 25 May | Posts: 6002

Corey Peterson behind Jailbreak...do what Woodley, Jones and Mitchell Miller have done...pegs and don't leave 'em. The place is yours to take home. War Club got out to $2.60 a drum sitting on Jack Mac. Mr. Spot from the 11 heavily backed a place on tote in...

User piker

piker 25 May | Posts: 133

R1/ I'm right with TS here; Master Musician on speed with good sectionals before and hopefully tomorrow too. And yes; I'm worried about a poss wet track too!R2/ I cannot dip int the 2yo race; will watch.R3/ I think Alpha Sky is a half bro to Kimbo's Girl; I wo...

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 25 May | Posts: 6002

Back To The Beach ($1.60 fixed ) & Simba Bromac ($1.10 tote ) both barrier one. How much would corporate bookmakers have made from barrier one odds on favourites at GP in the last five years. Squillions! A lot to put on and not much to payout - and they ge...

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 25 May | Posts: 6002

Five races down and three odds on favourites roll 'em, roll 'em, roll 'em rawhide! Yes all rolled.

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 25 May | Posts: 6002

Lauren Jones must have been thinking wtf, excuse the French...but all solved when Lewis peeled to the breeze and sitting on El Jacko was as good as sitting on Simba Bromac. Just after the bell thought Campora was sending out distress signals after a soft run...

User Markovina

Markovina 25 May | Posts: 713

Ritchie was right - Lewis caught absolute asleep - thought he was at a Sunday picnicFull marks to Ryan Warwick - but why  wont more WA drivers do that - all too clicky and matey Watched C Alford drive one earlier tonight at Launceston - one of Emma Stewar...

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 25 May | Posts: 1334

Don't hold your breath waiting for the Ryan Warwick knockers to acknowledge an outstanding drive. 

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 25 May | Posts: 6002

Lewis was I-) that helped too. He was glancing at the infield clock or something. Far far too casual. Ryan Warwick summed it up in a split second.

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 25 May | Posts: 1334

Ratings and speed maps post race are always much easier than pre race :-*