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The run home for Raceday finals news

The run home for Raceday finals

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

With Saturday marking the final meeting for the Raceday season, those in the hunt will use it as a last chance to cement their position in the finals. The finals format will be different this y...

85 Comments | 1 year ago

Kingston Town Classic Day Preview, Races 5-8 news

Kingston Town Classic Day Preview, Races 5-8

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 5 – Still Not Over It Still fairly annoyed about the presence of Mr. Panon in a similar sprint race on Stakes Day, which ruined the race for anything on pace or on the fence. Matthi...

5 Comments | 1 year ago

Kingston Town Classic Day Preview, Races 1-4 news

Kingston Town Classic Day Preview, Races 1-4

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Street's Ahead It's going to be stinking hot on Saturday, which will see the suit and tie replaced by the shorts and thongs. The ‘Sports Hub Of The Northern Suburb&rsquo...

Winterbottom Stakes Day Preview news

Winterbottom Stakes Day Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - The Flying Russian We kick day two of The Masters off, with a race which does look devoid of many winning hopes. See Me Sizzle and Touch Of Silver are the standouts in the market and o...

58 Comments | 1 year ago

RJ Peters Stake Day Preview news

RJ Peters Stake Day Preview

Chris Nelson | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Some unexpected storms have hit the west and thrown a bit of a dampener over the start of the carnival. After the shocking news from Northam on Thursday, every precaution must be taken to ensure th...

67 Comments | 1 year ago

The Ascot Preview 4th November news

The Ascot Preview 4th November

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Party Night At Shafto Lane Absolute belter of a card at Ascot with the features looking like extremely good betting races. We may even see a Winterbottom or Railway winner on this prog...

1 Comments | 1 year ago

First Group 1 for Raceday front runners news

First Group 1 for Raceday front runners

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Raceday welcomes the first Group 1 of the season with the 16 highest ranked competitors getting their chance to bank big dollars in the Group 1 Carey Classic. thefalcon started the season with...

1 Comments | 1 year ago

The Ascot Preview 20th October news

The Ascot Preview 20th October

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - It's Good To Be Back The smell of spring racing. Is there anything better? I feel like a kid at Christmas and will probably be as broke as my parents after it. If you are not h...

35 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Bunbury Preview 14.07 news

Full Bunbury Preview 14.07

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Triple Play We head south this weekend with a ripper of a race card at everyone's favourite port city. The weather has hit us hard late on Friday in Perth, but from all reports Bun...

16 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 7th October news

Full Belmont Preview 7th October

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Hec Of A Start Hec Mc Laren saddles up the favourite in the first event, in what should be a cool but pleasant afternoon of racing at Belmont Park. Just Like That has not been afforded...

48 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 23/09 news

Full Belmont Preview 23/09

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Burning Pockets The weather gods decided to mix things up for the form analysts out there and throw 50mm of water over the hallowed Belmont Park. Writing this on the Thursday evening m...

36 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 9th September news

Full Belmont Preview 9th September

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Bars Off, We're On An absolute belter of a week in the wild west with barely a drop of rain hitting the metropolitan area. We should be looking at a Good 4 track rating. Going...

1 Comments | 1 year 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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Ridersonthestorm33 24 Mar | Posts: 7677

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VillageKid 24 Mar | Posts: 1134

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