2007’s Equine Flu was a body blow to our ‘betting on horses’ industry. Simply put, lots of punters just didn’t return to racing when it was over late 2007, having discovering staying at home.
I fear this “closed door” racing occasioned by government regulations in response to this Corona virus will have a similar effect in long term https://www.rahs.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Flu-Pandemic-proclamation-timeline-.pdf to racecourse betting. Continue reading “Corona Virus and racing Or “Love in the time Corona” with apologies to Marquez”
Michelle Payne is a great asset to racing and I like and admire her very much. I want her to be successful.
However, when you are publicly vocal on an issue (as she is), you must expect debate. Michelle had a lot to say about Sandown on Wednesday. She has publicly complained about Flemington and other tracks in the past.
May I gently point out; Michelle’s “walk” doesn’t match her “talk”? Continue reading “Randwick 7 July 2018”