Mar 23



I didnt like race 7


Bolter wins (2)  2-10-3-1


Sand R7, 2-10-3-1 bolter wins rt

Mar 23




Sand R5, Start with top line, another winner on top (3) that is 60% win strike rate so far today rt


Mar 23



Sand R4, Start with top line, run 1-2-3 Trifecta $100. huge Winner $5.60, nice Jim rt

Results 7-4-1

Mar 23



Bingo again.


11s12 seconds ago

Sand R3, Win on top & Ex in order 9-1-6-4 $340 in divies, tip "9 a nice type" Abbey Marie BB RT


Mar 23



Sand R2, Win on top & trifecta in order 13-1-8-3 Divies, $460 Trifecta $71  Win $3.40 rt


      Race 1 4-6-5-1 Sandown

Mar 23



Terang tomorrow looks a night mare meeting for punters, big fields ordinary horses and plenty of bush trainers,

no thanks will pass on that one Jim

Mar 23



Is Petits Filous Fit enough to win?


Super talented daughter of Street Boss, Petits Filous rounded off her fitness preparation with a soft

trial win at Moe on Tuesday.


How fit is she?

I rated here close to a well balanced 98% fit and with that trial under her belt and favourable conditions

she could be very hard to beat in an upcoming race on that excellent fitness rating, 1st up.


Trainer Ciaron Maher said he is leaning towards running her in the Super Vobis Three-Years-Old Fillies Handicap

(1100m),having also had her down for two races at Moonee Valley on Thursday night.

Petits Filous is allocated 60kg for her first-up run at Caulfield, having stormed onto the scene last year winning

her first four races before finishing 10th in the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m).


One to watch out for punters.






Mr James Conway CEO 28.8

fitness% tips, the best in the world.

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Mar 22



Racing Victoria adds Thursday night racing

Victoria's newest race track at Pakenham will host 16 Thursday night meetings during the 2015-16 race season beginning in January.

The Victorian State Government announced a $5 million funding boost on Thursday to help with the installation of a $12 million track lighting system at Pakenham that will commence in June.

The night meetings will be held on both the turf and synthetic tracks, with nine of the 16 to be held on turf.

Racing Victoria said it was expected the number of night meetings held at Pakenham's Park would be as many as 28 by the 2016-17 season.

Country Racing Victoria Chief Executive Scott Whiteman said the expansion of night racing to a second country racecourse would drive all-important wagering growth and be of benefit to all industry participants.

" Park's ability to host racing year-round on both turf and synthetic surfaces at a purpose built venue which also has access to the large horse population east of Melbourne means it was a natural choice for Victoria's third night racing venue," Whiteman said. Park held its first meeting on March 26 this year on the turf track with the first meeting on the synthetic surface programmed for May 26.


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