Yesterday, Friday, Launceston had bigger fields but they decided Mildura will be the better option for swingers, trifectas, etc.
Tomorrow they have decided to have Cranbourne over Hobart with swingers, etc but Hobart has the bigger fields plus the commingling Jackpot of Hobart starts later. So much for their foot traffic explanation.
Do not worry Ngong has a full range of betting.
Why are they chosing venues that are having smaller fields and there is no clash with local racing.
Today is the last day of the Galway Festival. The second Jackpot Quickmix has one leg from Galway but the Tote is not offering any swingers, trifectas for Galway. Even after Cape racing has finished 4 races could have been covered but we getting racing from Market Rasen. Generally Irish racing has better field sizes.
Stakes has been increased in Western Cape to attract larger fields in order to get bigger pools.
In nearly every racing jurisdiction its proven that bigger the field the more turnover. Its a pity they never offer any exotics for Dundalk today. Even if they crossed over at 17h10 for the 5th Race, a Jackpot could have been offered with swingers, trifectas, etc for all remaining races. Note it has been included in both late Jackpot Quick Mixes 2 and 3. They seem to ignore Irish racing and not up to speed that UK recently field sizes has been putrid. You still can cover Group Racing from UK.
On another note. The Arc is getting closer, so will it be broadcast on satellite?
......Naresh I dont think that they will ever get it......until they need another rescue.....as they dont seem interested in making money from a better programing of meetings and increasing the pools.... they have no clue at all....your points are valid ...like no exotics on the Dundalk meeting on a very thin day of racing....let us see what they have in store for us on Thursday with no local meetings.....
My idea of "help from above" is a sniper on the roof
and a higher power is a hell fire missile armed drone.
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