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IN his popular column, ‘SILKS & SADDLES,’ published in the NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER, respected racing writer TERRY BUTTS reports from the high seas that the news of Patrick Cooper being overlooked for the Chief Steward’s job in Townsville hit his cruise ship like an iceberg.

Butts also raises some interesting questions about the political motivation of a leak from RQ to The Courier-Mail Racing Editor and continues his report on the state of play in South African racing.

Here is the Butts column:

 

IN his popular column, ‘SILKS & SADDLES,’ published in the NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER, respected racing writer TERRY BUTTS reports this week from Cape Town in South Africa.

Butts has been there for the big build up to the country’s biggest race, The Met, prior to jumping aboard the Queen Mary for a cruise back to Brisbane via Mauritius and Perth.

Here is the Butts column:

 

IN his popular column, ‘SILKS & SADDLES,’ published by the NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER, respected racing writer TERRY BUTTS – who is also a licensed trainer – blasts the Australian Racing Board over the ban on using anabolic steroids.

The globe-trotting Butts, who is off to South Africa this week before cruising home on the Queen Mary (times are tough for a NQ racehorse trainer), also raises the question of safety for those jockeys who ride ‘toe in the iron’ style.

Here is the Butts column:

 

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