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”
Track bias is an important string to my bow. I’m very aware of it, when it happens. It gives me a real advantage and I make my book fully conscious of which horses, I think, are suited and which aren’t.
For me, the downside of bias is that most punters hate it and won’t bet. A complete turn-off. No turnover. Variety makes racing interesting. I like Warwick Farm, with the long chute starts, the sharp home bend and the short straight. Continue reading “It’s beyond comprehension why Warwick Farm is like quicksand”