I feel very sorry for the Doomben course manager Jim Roberts in regards to the goings-on in Queensland on Saturday.
Three months ago at a meeting at Bundamba, favourites dominated, and provided a great day for the punters. However all the vocal non-winning trainers complained that the track was too firm.
With the advent of more money for race clubs, a lot of administrators have become irrigation specialists. Continue reading “Observations 26 May 2018”
The Randwick course proper, on Saturday, must have been a great disappointment to the ATC Board.
Racing NSW must also be concerned with the Championship less than two months away and the likelihood being embarrassed by a biased surface. Continue reading “State of Randwick course threatens to embarrass Australian Turf Club as The Championships approach”
A serious issue for racing is the course proper at headquarters – Randwick. It is an unfair surface and the punters, racing’s only customers, don’t like to bet there. This is a huge financial cost to racing. Continue reading “Too much kindness is killing Randwick track”