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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 runyon

runyon 22 Jan | Posts: 520

Hash, I wasn't necessarily suggesting you bet like that. It was just a bit of a comparison that at even stakes over their last 30 rides Renee would have given a significantly greater return which may have come as a bit of a surprise to some.&nbs...

User Kane_26

Kane_26 22 Jan | Posts: 55

Imagine how far it would be down if this new handicapping system hadn't boosted turnover with it's "like for like" racing!

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 22 Jan | Posts: 1076

Some alarming Supertab turnover figures for our major cup meetings.Pacing CupDown 10.2% on last year and down 41% on 2015Entire Meeting down 7.1% on last year but down a whopping 47% on 2015.This represents parimutuel figures only as fixed odds turnover is not...

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 22 Jan | Posts: 1442

Some alarming Supertab turnover figures for our major cup meetings.Pacing CupDown 10.2% on last year and down 41% on 2015Entire Meeting down 7.1% on last year but down a whopping 47% on 2015.This represents parimutuel figures only as fixed odds turnover is not...

User hash

hash 22 Jan | Posts: 6035

@GaryH Renae Forestís ride on Boomnbust in race 6 today, almost Pike like, pulls the stick hits it for half the length of the straight and puts the stick away when it counts and goes hands and heels right before the line to get the horses head down ^:)^ M ...

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 22 Jan | Posts: 1076

R1. Handy fillies in this but cant see any value. pass or blonk 3 to win from your mixR2  Tough race but the value could come from including the 4 Overarmed and 7 Shades of EllieR3 Pegs will reign supreme here I think. OWAC leads and hands to Sir Macador....

User runyon

runyon 22 Jan | Posts: 520

Slight correction. $98.50 profit with Pike.

User runyon

runyon 22 Jan | Posts: 520

DesperadoRenee's the one I'd actually have preferred to have had my money on. Would have ended up with a $417 profit and only a $56.50 profit with Pike. But as I said the last 30 rides really means bugger all in the scheme of things.  ...

User Desperado

Desperado 22 Jan | Posts: 80

RunyonRenae doesn't ride for Bob Peters. 

User Ridersonthestorm33

Ridersonthestorm33 22 Jan | Posts: 7168

Race 8 is the go curmudgeon - look for 1,2,7,8 to dominate the race, but going to narrow it down a bit and look for a little bit of value. Going to anchor 7,8 to win. So goes like this... First: 7, 8 Second: 1, 2, 7, 8 Third: 1, 2, 7, 8 Now the tricky...