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Mambokadzi retired news

Mambokadzi retired

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 11 months 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 | 11 months ago

Ascot 18th Feb - Winners & Losers news

Ascot 18th Feb - Winners & Losers

Scott Embry | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year 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 | 1 year ago

Owners seeking the Premium Reward news

Owners seeking the Premium Reward

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Reward For Effort filly, Premium Reward, has done everything but win for her owners this campaign and tomorrow at Ascot she will seek that elusive victory. After placing at three of her last fo...

3 Comments | 1 year ago

MuzzaD dazzles in the country news

MuzzaD dazzles in the country

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Country boy MuzzaD showed the best in Raceday how it's done in Pinjarra finding Seeker ($9) and five placegetters to seal the top race. He defeated Rednblack - who finally returned to form afte...

2 Comments | 1 year ago

Enchanted Dream just getting started news

Enchanted Dream just getting started

Perth Turf Talk | Country Racing | 1 year ago

Yesterday's Magic Millions winner Enchanted Dream who took the scalp of the star filly Ellicazoom is set for bigger things. After a Pinjarra hat trick of wins, culminating in netting the $8...

Pinjarra update news

Pinjarra update

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Stewards & riders have inspected track & advise the mtg is expected to proceed as scheduled. Currently rated SOFT6. Stewards will conduct a further track inspection early tomorrow morni...

Gatting set for Pinjarra/Piper assault news

Gatting set for Pinjarra/Piper assault

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

One of the luckless stories of 2017, Impressive Racing's Gatting, will start his assault on the WA Derby & Lex Piper stakes this Saturday at Pinjarra. After finishing runner-up at his p...

167 Comments | 11 months ago

Ripper Rio to Williams stable news

Ripper Rio to Williams stable

Perth Turf Talk | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Promising galloper Ripper Rio has moved from the Brian Kersley stables to that of Grand Williams under new ownership. "He feels a different horse", said Williams' trackwork rider....

4 Comments | 1 year ago

Ascot 4th February - Winners & Losers news

Ascot 4th February - Winners & Losers

Scott Embry | Metropolitan Racing | 1 year ago

Race 1    Why They Win - Kentoo    Trialled very quietly on two occasions for SJ Miller and comes from the same Pinjarra trial as short priced favourite You Am I...

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User savethegame

savethegame 20 Feb | Posts: 588

Lot races over the years a horse  has  fallen or choked down .....drivers have navigated a wide course around the fallen runner, you weren't allowed to improve your position until you went past the incident.......Many moons ago knew a driver that had...

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 20 Feb | Posts: 630

What if.....just saying....in the rain and the confusion....someone was yelling out  " pull up it's been called off " .....or words to that effect?What is going to go through your mind as a driver ? do you ignore it ? has someone been hurt  ? have th...

User paraletic

paraletic 20 Feb | Posts: 2490

make an offer @parai'm sure Olivers Twist would be willing to negotiate  :D Just bought shares in a few more yearlings cant afford anymore

User Markovina

Markovina 20 Feb | Posts: 617

Yes but there is a thing called common sense - which i think the stewards here have thrown out the window Likewise in a Ballarat Pacing Cup about 3 years ago  ( there was an issue re Sulky size at that time - actually i think it might have been the manufa...

User Chariotsonfire

Chariotsonfire 20 Feb | Posts: 1263

Completely disagree Marko, the drivers are the culpable ones here and by indicating that Michael Radley should take control you are showing a complete lack of understanding of the current integrity structure for WA harness racing.

User savethegame

savethegame 20 Feb | Posts: 588

The drivers,.... drive the race .......Stewards make the call regarding to continue remember  you have usually  only 30-40 seconds max. to make the call re safety on a 800m. track to give drivers 20 odd seconds  to take action  before they ...

User curmudgeon

curmudgeon 20 Feb | Posts: 630

There may be a bit more to this than meets the eye Marko. We will have to wait and see.Similar events occurred at Pinjarra a few weeks ago.....horse drawn 1  swung sideways and interfered with horses off 10m. Race was restarted ...probably erroneously but...

User JayJay

JayJay 20 Feb | Posts: 3762

It has nothing to do with M.Radley and Gloucester Park Committee. Stewards are RWWA appointments and RWWA controls racing in WA across all tracks.

User Markovina

Markovina 20 Feb | Posts: 617

Just watched the replay of that race now - hadnt bothered to now - because i dont bet in stand starts re the Pacers A few comments Alot of baggers of Harness Racing as a Code - well they can all jump in the lake - i couldnt care less about them - go back to th...

User thefalcon

thefalcon 20 Feb | Posts: 14699

does the owner change stables willy-nilly or do the trainers ask him to move the horse on?