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THIS website continues to listen to what our readers have to say and has introduced a ‘Wednesday Whinge’ where you can express your feelings on racing industry issues of the past week. Try to keep them objective. Just e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

THE e-mail bag covers a wide range of topics this week from the financial problems confronting the Australian Turf Club in New South Wales to the appointment of a new CEO for Racing Queensland and the integrity issues that continue to create headlines in Victoria. There are a wide range of issues (especially controversy over the Steve Hogno appeal ruling) that make good reading regardless of what state you follow and as usual provide plenty of food for our focus theme of THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY news of the past week.

 

THIS website continues to listen to what our readers have to say and has introduced a ‘Wednesday Whinge’ where you can express your feelings on racing industry issues of the past week. Try to keep them objective. Just e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

THE e-mail bag was over-flowing this week with plenty wanting to comment on the outcome of the More Joyous inquiry and most far from happy at the penalty dished up to Gai Waterhouse. We decided to provide our take on the outcome. There are a host of other topics from concerns that the Stradbroke will be converted from handicap to weight-for-age to a host of other topics from across the country and overseas. As usual we focus on our theme of THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY news of the past week.

THIS website continues to listen to what our readers have to say and has introduced a ‘Wednesday Whinge’ where you can express your feelings on racing industry issues of the past week. Try to keep them objective. Just e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

IT’S a mixed bag in the e-mail box this week with some interesting comments on plans by the new Integrity Commissioner for racing in Queensland to travel the state in search of concerns from industry stake-holders which many believe will amount to a waste of time. There are more negative comments about controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse and his gambling promotions, especially those involving the NRL. The problem of ‘closed betting rings’ in country Queensland has been highlighted by the decision not to allow veteran bookmaker Lloyd Mitchell to field at last Saturday’s Home Hill Cup meeting. As usual we have we focus on our theme of THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY news of the past week.

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