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CB Cox Stakes Day Preview, Ascot 22nd December news

CB Cox Stakes Day Preview, Ascot 22nd December

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 3 months ago

With temperatures set to soar, we will have to wait til 2.44pm for our first winner of the day. The only issue with the late start is for the Eastern States punters who will have to wait until 9.50...

15 Comments | 2 months ago

Ascot Preview, 15th December news

Ascot Preview, 15th December

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 3 months ago

Race 1 - Trial And Error Won’t bother even attempting a speed map with the juveniles, with six of the nine runners unraced. Specialism completely picks itself on what it has shown at the...

15 Comments | 3 months ago

Full Kingston Town Classic Day Preview news

Full Kingston Town Classic Day Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 3 months ago

We reach a sad but fulfilling conclusion to the TabTouch Master series, with my body feeling the full effects of many a Kirin Megumi. It’s definitely been a staying test, ran at a sprinters t...

4 Comments | 3 months ago

Full Winterbottom Stakes Day Preview news

Full Winterbottom Stakes Day Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 3 months ago

The lengthy stint in the nets paid dividends last week when all our wildest Railway Stakes dreams came true. Unfortunately there are still remnants of the hangover present as I type this four days...

35 Comments | 3 months ago

Full Railway Stakes Day Preview news

Full Railway Stakes Day Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 3 months ago

While it’s now known as the ‘masters series’, Railway Stakes day will always be Super Saturday to me. The day which makes a grown man feel like a twelve year old kid at Christmas...

6 Comments | 3 months ago

2018 Railway Stakes Preview news

2018 Railway Stakes Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 4 months ago

The race which stops half a nation. This isn’t the highest quality Railway Stakes of all time and I don’t really agree with the 4kg swing from top to bottom in the weights, but nonethel...

2018 WA Guineas Preview news

2018 WA Guineas Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 4 months ago

Monster edition of the 2018 WA Guineas, with thirteen blokes to do battle against the three quality girls backing up from the Champion Fillies seven days ago. Chris Waller, Darren Weir and Gai Wate...

Ascot Preview, 17th November news

Ascot Preview, 17th November

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 4 months ago

Race 1 - Seven Days With just one week til the biggest day in the Perth Racing calendar, my liver is already starting to get that uneasy feeling when it knows a serious onslaught is coming. For...

2 Comments | 4 months ago

Ascot Preview, 3rd November news

Ascot Preview, 3rd November

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 4 months ago

Race 1 - Snip Snip Tinsnip looks extremely well placed to turn the tables on Prim And Proper in the first at Ascot. Was arguably a good thing beaten second up when Pike had some minor traffic i...

33 Comments | 4 months ago

Ascot Preview, 27th October news

Ascot Preview, 27th October

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 4 months ago

Race 1 - Swimming And Tits Unfortunately the team behind the Tabtouch early markets, learnt how to frame a quote this week and there were no early Galaxy Star or Jeraft gifts. Cracking effort r...

20 Comments | 4 months ago

Ascot Preview, 20th October news

Ascot Preview, 20th October

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 5 months ago

Race 1 - Let The Carnival Begin A wet and windy Thursday morning cannot deflate the spirits of this Western Australian racing enthusiast as the carnival is officially upon us. There is a lo...

47 Comments | 5 months ago

Bunbury Preview, 12th October news

Bunbury Preview, 12th October

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 5 months ago

Race 1 - Funbury Feature racing makes its way to the South West with arguably the best Saturday race card we’ve seen in months. There is a real ‘start of the carnival’ feel ab...

27 Comments | 5 months ago

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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

Stg just recently in Victoria an IT fellow working for Tabcorp waited until just before the cut off time for unclaimed winning bet tickets - a matter of days before they expired - he worked out a way to collect on them, all was going along very nicely - collec...

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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

No Flexi betting with Superfectas back in those days either. Hence only taking them on small fields and still could only manage the one collect. Working out the cost was always a challenge too. With Flexi betting they would possibly work better now on the ...

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savethegame 24 Mar | Posts: 1031

The colgate kid top trainer reinsman chris glesson got life over a superfecta race he was driving  the odds-on favourite cut through its hopples leaving them attached by a thread so at release  point hopples broke and horse was retired from race so t...

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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

Played the Superfectas on rare occasions stg - if a small field and or a jackpot race - got the solitary one - Tie The Knot a hot fave won the race, just 8 or 9 in it, didn't pay huge, but was ok. Was a bit unlucky because had the second horse Universal Prince...

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Read an article recently about young students male and female getting hooked with the online gambling and becoming heavily involved in Sports betting. Interesting times. About 1981 or 82 me and a school mate were keen on the sports, he wrote to the Tab and...

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savethegame 24 Mar | Posts: 1031

superfecta betting in Sydney......Friend and i thought we had perfected near on a full proof system, the cost was $5040 to be played in ten horses fields,so trialed it over two month period  bingo perfect no failures as even with only ten horse fields the...

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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

Must have been GP Lady Galewood won at because the Port would have been finished by then, but she definetly won at cricket score odds. Another good replay on the net is a certain Golden Slipper - had seen a horse with a powerful motor - going to have a cra...

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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

About October 1997 - think it was 2k or 3k a place ( it was decent ) a mare named Lady Galewood at GP in a standing start - pinged to the front, one of the faves galloped away, that'll help - led into the straight and hit the brick wall. Unusual extremely stro...

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One start on the heavy one win had ten each way . When they straightened thought big chance. Ripper $400 jumps in.Went to have another bet devastated didn't hit the confirm button. Cant bring myself to have another bet today Oh man, been there...chin up...

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VillageKid 24 Mar | Posts: 1134

Congrats to JJ with a winning double at Collie today including the Collie Cup.