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Ascot Preview, 16th March news

Ascot Preview, 16th March

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

We saw a very leader and Mitch Pateman bias Ascot a week ago, with the weather conditions likely playing a part in that. I often find when a track gets toward the end of the season that they tend t...

23 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, 9th March news

Ascot Preview, 9th March

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

A precursor to this preview, that I cannot remember a city Saturday meet that I’ve been less enthusiastic about as a betting proposition. The entire card has a lot of unquantifiable variables...

15 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, March 2nd news

Ascot Preview, March 2nd

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Our Idol Bella’s Idol looks the value in the first and that’s the way we’ll go in a very open affair. Improved out of sight after two lacklustre performances first an...

13 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, 23rd February news

Ascot Preview, 23rd February

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - King Of The Castle After a couple of quiet weeks in tipping land, I can smell something special brewing. If not, there is a big chance I’ll drop myself to the magoo’s....

36 Comments | 1 year ago

Pinjarra Preview, 9th February news

Pinjarra Preview, 9th February

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Making Millions Magic Millions day returns to Pinjarra, with a very competitive 8 race card. 38 degrees is forecast which could make the couple of hour float trip for the runners from...

5 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, 2nd February news

Ascot Preview, 2nd February

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Nick Knight Perfect conditions for racing on Saturday after a sweltering midweek in Perth. 28 degrees and clear skies - absolutely no excuses to not tip the card. A weak looking ma...

38 Comments | 1 year ago

Aussie Day Preview, you bloody ripper Australian Racing

Aussie Day Preview, you bloody ripper

Terry Leighton | Australian Racing | 1 year ago

A crammed schedule attempting to fit form for 7 race meets in 6 days will see a summarised edition of suggested bets, including a couple of plays in the South West. Serious first world problems....

16 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, 19th January news

Ascot Preview, 19th January

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Hot And Humid We’ll be copping a scorcher on Saturday with 37 degrees, the early forecast. Confident we can have a hot start to the day, with Wild Gust being the best bet on the...

35 Comments | 1 year ago

Pinjarra Preview, 12th January news

Pinjarra Preview, 12th January

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

We head to the country to give Ascot a well earned rest. This will also be a shorter and more concise preview (thank god the crowd screams). Roughies galore, forgive me. Race 1 - No Idea No...

1 Comments | 1 year ago

2019 Perth Cup Day Preview news

2019 Perth Cup Day Preview

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1 - Miss Dom Sheed As per the norm with the two year old races I won’t speculate on a speed map with so many first starters, but this race does look to have Miss West Coast’s n...

42 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot Preview, 29th December news

Ascot Preview, 29th December

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

A brief lull in what has been a tremendous summer carnival, as we all recover from our Christmas food comas and come to terms with the reality that this is the best eleven cricketers our country ca...

28 Comments | 1 year ago

CB Cox Stakes Day Preview, Ascot 22nd December news

CB Cox Stakes Day Preview, Ascot 22nd December

Terry Leighton | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year 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 | 1 year ago

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User freodockers

freodockers 26 Nov | Posts: 579

One young driver back in the day who will remain nameless. Sware he must have had allergies too as his eyes we always red. Only problem was it was before he even went out on the track.

User freodockers

freodockers 26 Nov | Posts: 579

With current stake and participation levels on a continual decline in two years time we won’t have any horses left to run around. But we will still have GP to look at.

User JayJay

JayJay 26 Nov | Posts: 5569

Yes, Martin at McKays when Jeff Berry first started....dont thyink he rode a winner for McKay (2nd at his first ride I think), Albie Smith was the stable ride for all those "Ace" horses,  but when he went to Brian Muellers, things got cranked up (Scornval...

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KTQ 26 Nov | Posts: 187

The $10mill they are considering would go towards making GP safer. There would be no upgrades to help racing like auto timers. This was confirmed to me at the outreach sessions. If harness racing had money, they should hire a marketing/media planning agenc...

User savethegame

savethegame 26 Nov | Posts: 1878

Mark Mcgowan salary must have been worked out in cambodia in charge of 2 mil. people --400k. Burt in charge what 500 people at rwwa.----- 800k. you don;t have to be dead to be stiff.

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Chariotsonfire 26 Nov | Posts: 1945

Who sanctioned Burt;s salary at over 800k. was it rwwa----- What is the new CEO  Salary surely we can get it down to half. that and spent  the .other 400k at  g.p. Esp. when the premier is only on about 400k. The RWWA Board  signs off on...

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maybeso 26 Nov | Posts: 28

it was also said at the outreach meeting that RWWA is planning to upgrade the lights at GP, Bunbury and Northam to LED lighting. That wont be budgeted for for two, three or four odd years. I cant recall the exact timeline.Harness needs money being spent on inf...

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savethegame 26 Nov | Posts: 1878

Who sanctioned Burt;s salary at over 800k. was it rwwa----- What is the new CEO  Salary surely we can get it down to half. that and spent  the .other 400k at  g.p. Esp. when the premier is only on about 400k.

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savethegame 26 Nov | Posts: 1878

Martin rode at Kalg not for long.Peter mckay was the  one,trying to think why i put ken james,may have worked at both over the years---Rod Kirkup won apprentices cup,was it  Queen Inca or Hasten Lass.Curmugeon  he sure did ride short for that ...

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spinking 26 Nov | Posts: 2776

Peter Mckays stables were directly behind Colin Websters . At the time Mark Grigsby and Rod Kirkup were apprentices to C.H.Webster