Dec 24



Rosehill results 3-4-12 as called Falconic wins at $3.70


away we go, Jim

Dec 24



Cambrtidge trots at called 1-2-8

Dec 24

 Nearly all 2nd up and shows in their fitness levels on 97% top rating.

If want a bet play with 1-3-12-4


good luck Jim

Dec 24

And the 8 at Cambridge trots.

Dec 24



Cambridge trots 1-2 look well on 98%

Pukekura horses its looks the strongly fancied 3 favourites on 98% 2-6-1 may haveit



Dec 24



28.8 Sports Talk


What an interesting day yesterday live for half the meeting at Kyneton and half the meeting at night Cranbourne

Plus other selected few tips around Australia with winners in Victoria, NSW, QLD.


A lot of exotics in the horses with $23,000 in dividends.


Then some greyhound races with only a few tips for 9 races and we got the money most times for huge profits.


Then 1 trot race where the 7 was 3 wide, then 2 wide, then in the death and dropped out.


So we had 28 selections go through free for punters with thousands in profits.


Free for a while today on the horses.






Mr James Conway CEO 28.8

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Dec 24



Will be doing part of todays programs klive here, free and out once again for xmas cheers later in the day, Jim

No races boxing day.

Dec 24



Thats a good idea.


There is over $3.5million in prizemoney up for grabs in the 2017 jumps racing season (Image: Racing Photos)

There is over $3.5million in prizemoney up for grabs in the 2017 jumps racing season (Image: Racing Photos)


All-jumps meeting scheduled for 2017



The first all-jumps race meeting to be held in Australia since the 1800s headlines the 2017 jumps racing program that was released by Racing Victoria on Friday.


The $350,000 Grand National Steeplechase meeting at Ballarat on August 20 will be a six-race jumps program with no flat races conducted, believed to be the first time in more than a century that this has occurred in Australia.


A total of $3.51million in prizemoney will be offered for the season across 63 jumps races, split between 43 hurdle and 20 steeplechase races. Park Pakenham will stage the first races, with two hurdle contests programmed to commence the season on March 16, being the first time in Australia that jumps races have been programmed on a night meeting.


Sale will also stage jumps races for the first time since 2009, with five jumps races programmed over two meetings.


Warrnambool, home of the world famous May Carnival, has the busiest schedule of the nine venues that stage jumps racing with 14 races programmed.


The season will conclude with the Coleraine meeting on September 24.


Paul Bloodworth, Racing Victoria's Manager of Racing Operations, believes that the 2017 program will enhance participation across the state.


"We're excited to showcase the country's premier hurdle and steeplechase horses with Australia's first all-jumps race meeting of the modern era at Sportsbet-Ballarat on Sunday, 20 August," Bloodworth said.


"For jumps racing enthusiasts and participants alike, this all-jumps meeting is sure to be one of the highlights of the calendar in 2017 and will really place our premier hurdle and steeplechase horses in the limelight.


"It's also exciting to expand the jumps racing footprint at Park with three meetings programmed for next year, while Sale return to the fold and will host jumps races for the first time since 2009."

Click here for the 2017 Victorian Jumps Racing Program


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