Rosehill 19 May 2018
When I was growing up, in our handicap races, the average handicap limit was once around 47kg. Now you rarely see horses in handicap races with under 54kg. In 1969, Rain Lover won the Melbourne Cup with 60.5kg (adjusted for the metric era). He was the top weight and deserved the weight. However the bottom weight in this particular edition of the Melbourne Cup was a horse named Wyscan who carried just 44kg. Continue reading “Rosehill 19 May 2018”
So why, with the speed of light being 300,000,000 million metres per second, is the Sky Channel simulcast close to five seconds behind the real life experience. Nothing can go faster than the speed of light; I understand that. That is a physical law. But gravitational waves, and electricity should go at almost the speed of light right? Continue reading “Warwick Farm 16 May 2018”
Racing in Australia will be very different in 2050 than it is now.
It is my fear that racing-2050 will be far inferior to robust industry what we currently know and love. I actually think the changes will come in a much shorter time frame, sadly.
My Cassandra-type view is in sharp with contrast with accepted wisdom. Continue reading “Racing in Australia – 2050”