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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..

THERE were some especially interesting e-mails this week ranging from revelations of plans to now increase the size of the new Toowoomba track to praise the work of the Integrity Unit in Victoria compared to that in NSW and Victoria and anger at alleged comments made by a leading trainer in Queensland about his country colleagues. These are but a few selected to run from an interesting mail box this 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..

THERE were some especially interesting e-mails this week ranging from anger at South African racing for allowing a two-year-old to be named Black Cavair; to criticism of Gai Waterhouse for her ‘eggs for brains’ comment about trainers who don’t race horses at the Magic Millions; and more concern and despair emanating from the most criticized club in Australia at Toowoomba. There are e-mails on the Jackie Berriman weight controversy from Ballarat and thoughts on the different approach of various states to racing integrity.

As usual we start the Wednesday Whinge with our popular feature: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY SIDE OF RACING over 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..

THERE were some especially interesting e-mails this week ranging from praise for Richard Freedman in his comments about how far ahead of the other states Racing Victoria is when it comes to tracking down trainers doing the wrong thing with treatment of horses to angry concerns about rogue starters affecting others and costing punters. There was an interesting e-mail relating to a story on how much corporate bookmakers are spending on advertising and concerns expressed by stakeholders in Queensland about secrecy surrounding who will pay for a multi-million dollar grandstand planned for Albion Park Raceway.

As usual we start the Wednesday Whinge with our popular feature: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY SIDE OF RACING:

 

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