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Full Belmont Preview 2nd September news

Full Belmont Preview 2nd September

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother A muddling week weather wise has left guesstimating track conditions a little difficult. With Fridays downpour I think we will be looking somewh...

Full Belmont Preview 26th August news

Full Belmont Preview 26th August

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - A Sunny Belmont After finally encountering a precipitation free week (or latter part of the week at least) in Perth, we should finally be looking at some non-rain affected going. A Goo...

47 Comments | 1 year ago

Danehills Daughter has Kalgoorlie in sight news

Danehills Daughter has Kalgoorlie in sight

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Emerging stayer Danehills Daughter is the latest addition to the upcoming Kalgoorlie carnival. Trainer Stephen Rowe has planned a ‘hit-and-run’ mission for the daughter of Danehill...

1 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 19th August news

Full Belmont Preview 19th August

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

  Race 1 - Saverio Rocca I think we should all take a second to remember one of the greatest heads in AFL football. Big Sav. A fortnight ago, I suggested it was worth watching this...

Full Belmont Preview 12th August news

Full Belmont Preview 12th August

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Cutaway In Play With the abandonment of the midweek Belmont meet, I am absolutely chomping at the bit to get stuck into a bit of city action. It is important to note that the rail posi...

45 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 5th August news

Full Belmont Preview 5th August

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - $30,000 Giveaway With minimal rain forecast for Friday and Saturday, the track should be around the Good4/Soft5 range. $30,000 is on offer here for what looks to be a pretty weak,...

1 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 29th July news

Full Belmont Preview 29th July

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Punter's Pet With 6-15mm of rain forecast for both Friday and Saturday it is likely we will see the Belmont track somewhere around the Soft6 mark. I've been horribly wrong befo...

48 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 22nd July news

Full Belmont Preview 22nd July

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - To Swim Or Not To Swim I've held off writing this til Friday afternoon, hoping I had a clearer idea of the likely track conditions. Unfortunately I am none the wiser, with rain sti...

2 Comments | 1 year ago

Raceday to return with a twist news

Raceday to return with a twist

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Perth Turf Talk will be relaunching it's ever popular tipping competition, Raceday, this August. After carey came from another impossible ladder position to clinch victory in the last editi...

139 Comments | 1 year ago

Full Belmont Preview 15th July news

Full Belmont Preview 15th July

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Form v Youth The weatherman let me down last week with his Friday rain prediction but I'm going to bank on Jeff Newman getting it spot on this time round. We shouldn't be seein...

Full Belmont Preview 6th July news

Full Belmont Preview 6th July

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - A Drop In The Ocean Writing this on a Thursday evening leaves a bit of guess work in regards to track conditions. With 8-15mm of rain forecast for Friday and Wednesdays meet being run...

134 Comments | 1 year ago

Caralabek plunge highlights cheating and incompetence news

Caralabek plunge highlights cheating and incompetence

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Caralabek is a reasonable stayer going around at in the 5th at Belmont today. It was a $17 chance with most agencies yesterday, a major reason for this would have been the fact that both front bar...

13 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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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

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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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savethegame 24 Mar | Posts: 1031

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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.