Dec 2


Hey man, I will be rockin and rollin about 3pm today with more rock songs on the go.

Pump up the music, coldies around me and see how I go.


I have no fear of all of this and will write 100 songs in the next 12-18 months.


I wrote 9 great rock classics last week in 5 days and have people doing the music for them....Wahoo


Remember, never stop rockin!!!



Dec 2

You can rate this horses blood counton Saturday with our documentaries.

Millions were lost by punters in his last two starts because the train missed his 19-20 blood count,

now he burns up on the track prior to the race, again not good training programs, good luck Jim


Lord Of The Sky sizzles at Sportingbet Park




By Neale Donnelley TVN Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 12:40 PM


Lord of the Sky, Photo: Bruno Cannatelli


Robbie Laing is starting to think he may have his flying sprinter Lord Of The Sky back to something like his best.


Yesterday (Monday) Laing informed Racing Network’s Adrian Dunn the brilliant sprinter was likely to have just one run before heading out for a short break to prepare for the autumn.


That run will be in Saturday’s Listed $120,000 Doveton Stakes (1000m), and in preparation for that Laing took Lord Of The Sky to Sportingbet Park this morning for a special gallop.


“He was supposed to just do some steady work, but he ran home in 33.5 (last 600 metres) so he might be back this horse,” Laing said on Tuesday.


“That’s very fast, I just hope he hasn’t left it on the track, but he seemed to do it within himself, so we’ll find out on Saturday whether he’s found his best form again or not,” he added.


Lord Of The Sky failed at his last two starts in the Bletchingly Stakes and a 1000-metre race at Moonee Valley, before having a break.


“He was obviously crook and just not himself because he was stopping badly, but hopefully we’ve got him right now,” Laing said.

His aim for the horse in the autumn will be the Group 1 $400,000 Oakleigh Plate (1100m) at Caulfiel

Dec 2



Betfred closes operations in Australia





By Neale Donnelley TVN Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 9:59 AM


Racing Network


UK online bookmaker Betfred has ceased operations in Australia as of Monday (December 1).


Betfred has been operating a “mobile-only” service in Australia for six months, but it abruptly closed operations this week.


Clients were "greeted" on the website with the following message:


"We are sorry to announce that from Monday 1st December 2014 our Australian operation will cease trading.


"All monies will be returned to the card registered to your account.


"Betfred Australia would like to thank you for your custom and apologise for any inconvenience caused.”


Betfred has been part of the British and Irish "invasion" of bookmakers into Australia in recent years.


William Hill now owns Sportingbet, Centrebet and Tom Waterhouse, while Ladbrokes has set up in Australia and has also purchased Betstar and

Irish giant Paddy Power owns Sportsbet and Bet365. Betfred followed those British Isles bookmakers into the Australian market

Nov 29



Well thanks for all the feedback coming in, is really good, I will do about 20 rock songs over the coming weeks.


Bruce is going to look at doing the guitar versions of our songs and write the music.


He says you then go to Garage Music App and can add drums, piano etc etc and there is you big band demos.


Bruce still fills in for gigs at pubs and u never know he may ask the boys to play one of the songs.


·        Bruce has been lead guitarist in cover bans for decades and rocks.




  •  Alan says “The Amity Affliction” band is type of rock music about now and popular so will  look on you tube                                                  James (28.8 IT guru) plays the drums and has them down at his factory, so there is good place to jam it out.
  • ·                    James is down at a weekend rock festival at Queens Cliff and looking for great lead singer in a  rock band.
  • Trent can sing great.
  • Alan can do software
  • ·        Jenny can make the drinks and cakes and pole dance.
  • ·        I know how to promote on social media. (20k hits a week no problems)
  • Would be great if app out there to add your own vocals?
  • ·        Sounds all good to me.


Keep on rockin….Jim

Nov 29

It all smells to me, pros and racing, like dad and son and the rest of us can get f%%$@#@*


mypuntersclub @mypuntersclubau



Agreed ..coverage of horses on sky very unreliable...who cares about tips or even the prices ...let us see more horse flesh!!




James Conway@fithorses




#punters #horseracing #gambling #tips #HorseHour #horse @Nudger16 Early fitness videos huge edge for fitness members, get on rt. - 21 Nov


ukhorseracingtipster @ukhorseracetips



@fithorses your tweet just went live on my #HorseRacing paper, just givin u credit!





12:13 AM - 29 Nov 14






Nov 29



Horse racing conspiracy against you!


I said my bit on dog races how I believe there is a conspiracy or black mail brought on by the professionals to have                   

early box speed information deleted before dog races, now horses are cutting the wire for punters to help the pros.


Have you noticed this week how things have changed for viewing horses to rate in fitness!


On Sky we now have 1 minute late assessment of selections from Richard Freedman, Tony Brassall and others taking up

valuable “look at the horses time” for punters wanting that last minute fitness edge behind the barriers to back a winner.


But it does not finish there, now on TVN when the horses are behind the barriers, we have totes and breeding results from previous races blasted

on our screens, once again blocking out a chance for fitness ratings before they jump.


Now TVN and Sky are not that smart and I suggest that the Pro punters are once again flexing

their muscles at the expense of us normal punters to fatten their own pockets.


Things are really starting to smell between the pros punters that are stretching a bigger edge over ordinary punters which seem to me like black mail threats

or take their business elsewhere.


Rebates for Pros; now preferred information cuts and viewing restrictions for us punters.


Cheers Jim.

Nov 28



Well having a good time here, listening to ACDC and again Meatloaf in Melbourne concert.


On third bottle and third song finished now, one more and that is my LP finished for the week, and great rock type songs.

Cool stuff, just need Mr Meatloaf to get his voice back or ring Angus and take it all on.




Cheers Jim

Nov 28



Well 1 bottle of white down and one great ACDC rock n roll classic written.


Wahoo, another bottle please dear!

The old fella could be on fire tonight.





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