Lessons in Australian geography

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2 months 1 week ago #751610 by Muhtiman
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.......would like to meet the clown that progammes the betting venues for Ozzie racing......they give top venues like Caufield (big Gr1 racing) and Doomben(Fradd Du Plessis in action) a miss.... but give us drought strickened Gilbandra in the bush racing.....WTF man.....cant you find a more obscure way to go on a bush bashing journey and totally piss off punters that are starting to enjoy the fair down under.....:angry:

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2 months 1 week ago #751611 by Farawaysaint
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Muhtiman wrote: .......would like to meet the clown that progammes the betting venues for Ozzie racing......they give top venues like Caufield (big Gr1 racing) and Doomben(Fradd Du Plessis in action) a miss.... but give us drought strickened Gilbandra in the bush racing.....WTF man.....cant you find a more obscure way to go on a bush bashing journey and totally piss off punters that are starting to enjoy the fair down under.....:angry:


Couldn't agree with you more.
I see that there is a meeting at Naas this afternoon.Quality card with Top Trainers represented.
We are allowed to have a bet but can't see or listen!

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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #751612 by Muhtiman
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.....forgot to mention Jeff Lloyd also at Doomben today....:blush:

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2 months 1 week ago #751630 by Bob Brogan
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Must be a contractual reason, Irish racing has recently jumped channels over here and is now on a pay per view channel..

Same with the oz shite

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2 months 1 week ago #751632 by Muhtiman
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.....understand that the prime Melbourne racing may be subject to contractual obligations....but FFS we get Doomben every other week....now NADA....instead we go to the outback or some other rain starved bush track.....please plan it properly or can it entirely.....Dingleberry racing on prime week end spots is going to kill it for a growing audience....:whistle:

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2 months 1 week ago #751633 by chicken n chips
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Bob Brogan wrote: Must be a contractual reason, Irish racing has recently jumped channels over here and is now on a pay per view channel..

Same with the oz shite


Sky have lost as you say Irish racing plus a couple of the old ATR tracks but have gained Chester.

Sky lost Italian and the Spainish football I contacted them and told them i want to cancel because of all of this. They then offered me a years contract for £55 a month instead of the £88. Thank you i said and grabbed it and that includes Netflix.:)

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2 months 1 week ago #751636 by Bob Brogan
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I noticed mine is gojng up next month, will do the same

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2 months 1 week ago #751730 by Muhtiman
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Colac Race Course

150kms South-West of the City of Melbourne and on the southern shores of Lake Colac lies the town of Colac. The Colac Racecourse is 3kms from the heart of the city and attracts many a visitor from the dazzling Great Ocean Road region.

Christmas day is when many head to Colac Racecourse to celebrate the special holiday with family and friends. The masses set up picnics and marquees to take part in the festivities which can all be found trackside.....note to PGL.... missing racing on Christmas Day.....got just the venue for you....looks like you may have found their other big meeting today.....:S .

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2 months 1 week ago #751731 by Muhtiman
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Location, 306kms north east of Melbourne. Features, A flat track with a width of 20m. Circumference, 1820 metres. Length of Straight, 230 metres.

Wodonga is a thriving hub of the Murray region and the energy and excitement of the town is captured at the Wodonga & District Turf Club races throughout the year.

In addition to operating an array of network of non-racing events, including functions and other entertainment, the Wodonga Turf Club will conduct nine race days at the Wodonga racecourse in season 2015/2016.

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2 months 1 week ago #751804 by Mac
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According to Wiki there are 360 thoroughbred racecourses in Aus and that excludes the chariots and the dogs. Can we then say 400 courses? Australia has less than half our population and SA has eight courses. I’ll do the maths, Aus has 375 times more courses than SA per 1 million population. Africa is always rounded out in the global decimals. It just doesn’t count.


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1 month 1 week ago #754410 by Muhtiman
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......they are at it again.....no Ascot nor Gold Coast this morning but they give us Edenhope.....is there no hope.....:huh:

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1 month 1 week ago #754412 by Muhtiman
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Edenhope, VIC
Quiet rural service town in the Wimmera
Edenhope is a small, quiet rural service centre located on the banks of Lake Wallace and surrounded by fertile and undulating Wimmera country which is primarily used for sheep and grain. It is the administrative centre of the West Wimmera shire and is located on the Wimmera Highway only 30 km from the South Australian border.

Location
Edenhope is located 30 km from the South Australian border and 394 km north-west of Melbourne via Horsham or 403 km vial Dunkeld and Balmoral.

Origin of Name
Although it seems like a name borrowed from England, Edenhope is simply a combination of "Hope", because the first European settlers in the district were the Hope family who established the Lake Wallace pastoral station in 1845, and "Eden" which was the name of the river in Scotland where the Hope family came from.

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Historical Edenhope
Some years ago the Edenhope & District Historical Society put up a series of plaques on significant buildings and locations around the town. The easiest way to experience the history of the town is to wander around and read the very informative signs. For example: as you enter the town (on the corner of Wallace and Elizabeth Streets) you will notice a very historic "Timber Jinker" with a detailed sign

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1 month 1 week ago #754414 by Dave Scott
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Slightly off the subject and have no bets but i notice on the scroll that a horse no 22 won a race (does it have an individual price or does 20/21/22 etc qualify)

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1 month 1 week ago #754415 by Muhtiman
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Dave Scott wrote: Slightly off the subject and have no bets but i notice on the scroll that a horse no 22 won a race (does it have an individual price or does 20/21/22 etc qualify)


......our tote can for some time now take up to 30 numbered horses.....;)

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1 month 1 week ago #754416 by Dave Scott
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Thanks with the big jump meeting and grand national to come it helps

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