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Queensland Times
Time for stable ‘bracketing’?WHILE we are reassured that betting turnover at the trots is on the increase, d
Time for stable ‘bracketing’?
Queensland Times / Posted 14 days ago
WHILE we are reassured that betting turnover at the trots is on the increase, due to "seeding'' of the exotics pools (quinella, trifecta, first four and quadrella etc), it seems odd that the win pool never reflects this trend. This is explained in... Read more
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Queensland Times
Bling It On at highest levelAS we roll into the winter carnival, ace trots caller Chris Barsby is profiling
Bling It On at highest level
Queensland Times / Posted 21 days ago
AS we roll into the winter carnival, ace trots caller Chris Barsby is profiling Free For All class pacers which are likely shine in the Group One line-up. Under the spotlight this week is Bling It On. The five-year entire is owned by Harvey Kaplan,... Read more
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Queensland Times
Track trio involved in major injury scaresIT never rains, it pours, or so it seems. Hot on the heels of last week's fall
Track trio involved in major injury scares
Queensland Times / Posted 28 days ago
IT never rains, it pours, or so it seems. Hot on the heels of last week's fall at Redcliffe, which resulted in Darrell Graham requiring surgery for a badly broken leg, three drivers were dislodged and injured in the score up to race seven at Albion... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Presidential campaign heats up in CaliforniaBut by the looks of it, candidates Bernie Sanders, Clinton and Donald Trump mis
Presidential campaign heats up in California
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
But by the looks of it, candidates Bernie Sanders, Clinton and Donald Trump missed the “California isn’t important anymore” memo. Sanders is hosting seven rallies in California through Sunday, including stops in Ventura and Pomona today. Clinton... Read more
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Queensland Times
Horror fall timely reminder of driver risksWHILE we get a thrill out of the harness spectacle, what is perceived as a low
Horror fall timely reminder of driver risks
Queensland Times / Posted 1 months ago
WHILE we get a thrill out of the harness spectacle, what is perceived as a low to medium risk activity for driver and horse can in a flash become very dangerous. Such a flash occurred on last Wednesday night in the final race at Redcliffe. Just as... Read more

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