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Jockeying For Position: Patrick Carbery news

Jockeying For Position: Patrick Carbery

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Foreword I sometimes feel jockeys are a little protected by the media and racing public and we need to remember they are sports men and women.  How often will you read scathing articles ab...

25 Comments | 2 years ago

Bunbury Cup Preview news

Bunbury Cup Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Quite boringly this looks a repeat of the AHA Cup 11 days ago.  Material Man is the deserved favourite after his strong win in that event but not everything looks like it'll be in his favo...

50 Comments | 2 years ago

Mitch or Ditch? news

Mitch or Ditch?

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

The social media keyboard warriors have been out in force demanding Aaron Mitchell retains the ride on Seannie in the Karrakatta Plate.  Seannie appears an extremely difficult horse to ride.&n...

23 Comments | 2 years ago

32 competitors remain in Raceday news

32 competitors remain in Raceday

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

There were 64 in the finals and two weeks later,  there are 32. Those in the bottom 32 won twelve of the 16 elimination finals proving just how cruel finals can be. Bushchook starred o...

4 Comments | 2 years ago

Ascot 11th - Winners & Losers news

Ascot 11th - Winners & Losers

Scott Embry | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Race 1  Why They Win - Arrum Boy Highly touted juvenile who looks to have plenty of improvement in him off his debut second to Debellatio. Both midweek 2 year old winners Royal Strata...

7 Comments | 2 years ago

Then there were sixty four qualifying tipsters. news

Then there were sixty four qualifying tipsters.

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

After four months of battle the curtain draws on the standard season and the 217 vying competitors who failed to make the qualifying sixty four call it a night. It was fitting that Ony, ranked...

7 Comments | 2 years ago

Rednblack's seventh victory sets up season news

Rednblack's seventh victory sets up season

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Winning is everything in Raceday. Despite having a start less than all other competitors in the top 10, Rednblack's remarkable winning consistency has seen him firmly positioned in the top...

Ascot 25th Feb - Winners & Losers news

Ascot 25th Feb - Winners & Losers

Scott Embry | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Race 1 Why They Win – Eleven Seconds Second attempt at 2200m should see him improved enough to give this a real shake. Was forced to tow the field up to pace-maker and serial pest Kir...

30 Comments | 2 years ago

Mambokadzi retired news

Mambokadzi retired

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

After a dazzling win on debut and showing plenty of promise Mambokadzi has been retired by Impressive Racing citing on-going feet issues. The Universal Ruler mare was one of the first to signal...

3 Comments | 2 years ago

Ascot 18th Feb - Winners & Losers news

Ascot 18th Feb - Winners & Losers

Scott Embry | Metropolitan Racing | 2 years ago

Race 1 Why They Win: True Dragon Trialled very strongly going into a well supported debut run at Pinjarra before setting a sizzling tempo over 1200m. Second career start bled from both nost...

3 Comments | 2 years ago

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sonny 22 Apr | Posts: 578

When Greg had that good mare (S.G) the media was always ringing him. Now that probably dont know he exits.. How fickle.. Its people like him ..  that are the heart of the industry. imo... Go Greg Go....

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Markovina 22 Apr | Posts: 956

Jay Jay - re Northam it was in the 80s - most bookies i ever saw their was 3 - normally 2And it got that deserted - there was only bookie - but there was another bookies stand - not attended by anyone - but they had a little screen/monitor with the odds each r...

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savethegame 22 Apr | Posts: 1085

There you go remember keeping my eye on it after its bunbury win , and it won with t.warwick at pinjarra, so naturally thought warwick had drove it at bunbury,do remember one think at pinjarra a horse called little big shot  k.batt.had the best form in th...

User JayJay

JayJay 22 Apr | Posts: 4557

My goodness, just looked up (Hezgot) Fusion Power NZ, no wonder he could run. One of the best bred horses I have ever looked up....in both blood and performance. 9 brothers and sisters, all winners, 4 in 1.55, from the Aberfeldy family (think Reba Lord, Magaer...

User JayJay

JayJay 22 Apr | Posts: 4557

Bay Reward, December 2 1978, plunged in the last race at Bunbury, driver was A.R Hall (his trainer). First of only 3 wins for the horse, the other 2 were a heat and final at Pinjarra (Dec 16 and Dec 28) when Trevor Warwick drove him.

User JayJay

JayJay 22 Apr | Posts: 4557

He could run too, was a pretty serious horse...albeit a long time ago. Has his own little piece of history when he dead-heated with Clifford at GP..... both the "winners" were trained by John Graham with Kade Howson and Justin Prentice driving.  And remar...

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savethegame 22 Apr | Posts: 1085

Chariots,would you have any recollection of horse called bay reward trained by alan robert hall. driven by trevor warwick,as some sort of plunge late seventies bunbury trots last race on program? its form was ordinary.Remmeber  three of us just talking ne...

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oldhendo 22 Apr | Posts: 301

Running Saturday, Hawksebury.

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 22 Apr | Posts: 1553

An example of patience personified. Hezgot Fusion Power first up at GP tomorrow night after a seven year absence.  

User detonator

detonator 22 Apr | Posts: 1531

Simmo was a bit testy the other night. Don't see it very often (only at Basil actually) lol Agree Mick was the king. He was always snarly. Clarko gets snarly with the journo's after the cameras and microphones get turned off apparently. b-(