Jul 9

 

Nice start, top line  here, Sydney 1

3-1-7-5, $180 easy to get.

 

Jul 9

 

 

Good morning punters, it’s fine weather in Melbourne and both Flemington and Randwick look great meetings

for live fitness % tips from the yard.

 

Last week I never had time to look at the fields for our Bet of The Day race and Pot of Gold Race.

 

Though only going a few meetings we are at least $22,000 in front on these selected races.

 

Today Bet of the Day race is Flemington Race 3.

 

Pot of Gold race is Randwick Race 9.

 

Join today and get amongst the big winners, been on fire like every day.

 

Jim

 

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Jul 9

 

 

Ipswich race 4 and fittest rated horses (5) Del Lago Jet on 97%, runner back in the pack and rails up nicely last

200 to near 4th and jockey gives up badly, and the horse drops out.

 

Not a pretty sight and punters down the tube.

Jim

Jul 8

 

 

Bookmakers and Betfair

 

On course every bookmaker has Betfair odds for the next race open on their computers.

 

This is where the value and markets will firm or drift.

 

I suggest you follow suite

 

Jim

 

Jul 8
Jul 7

 

 

I can easily see Victoria Greyhound Racing booming out of all this.

City stakes are around $8k -$12k plus and more for features races.

It will take a big leap forward and a great option over owning and training trotters.

 

The SKY and TAB has to haveraces and more races to cover NSW and ACT, with most coming from Victoria.

There are many small greyhound training and rearing farms, their price has just gone up about 30%.

Rearing and breaking in of pups will go through the roof for breeders and owners.

 

It is all good news today in the dogs for Victorians and some other states.

 

Jim

Jul 7

 

 

Greyhound industry on last chance: Grace

Greyhound racing is set to continue in Qld and Vic Greyhound racing is set to continue in Qld and Vic

Queensland Racing Minister Grace Grace has confirmed greyhound racing will continue in the state in light of NSW's decision to ban the sport, but conceded the industry was on its 'last chance'.

The Minister said greater vigilance in regards to animal welfare and integrity had been in place in Queensland since the exposure of live baiting cases last year.

"Queensland was the first State to act in response to greyhound live baiting cases last year,” Ms Grace said.

“We acted immediately to stop the sickening abuse that was exposed, and put the greyhound industry on notice that it had to clean up its act."

“Clearly, the greyhound industry is aware that it’s on its last chance."

Ms Grace said an Inquiry in Queensland had not recommend a total ban on the industry. 

“The MacSporran Commission of Inquiry did not recommend a total ban on greyhound racing," Ms Grace said. 

“Instead, it recommended a stronger integrity regime to ensure animal welfare is front and centre across all three racing codes."

“We’re in the process of implementing all of MacSporran’s recommendations, including a consistent program of monitoring dogs from birth to maturity to ensure that no animal will be able to disappear off the map."

Victorian Racing Minister Martin Pakula shared similar sentiments, stating that inquiries into the industry had not recommended a ban on racing, but that the industry was on notice. 

"None of the Perna, Milne or Bittar reports recommended the shut down of Victorian greyhound racing. It is an industry that employs thousands," Mr Pakula said.

"But since live baiting the industry's been on notice. Every participant should know it's future depends on ongoing commitment to reform."

The NSW government is set to close down the industry as of 1 July 20

Jul 7

 

 

This is the biggest story in racing I have heard in 50 years!

 

NSW Government to shut down greyhound industry

an hour ago

Premier Mike Baird. (AAP)
 

The "illegal and unconscionable" greyhound racing industry in NSW will be shut down by the state government after the handing down of a parliamentary inquiry today.

Premier Mike Baird announced the decision following the conclusion of a Special Commission of Inquiry.

"In response to the widespread illegal and unconscionable activity," Baird wrote on Facebook.

"Including the slaughtering of tens of thousands of dogs.

"I can today announce that NSW is putting an end to greyhound racing."

The Inquiry found that a shocking number of acts of animal cruelty, including the killing of 68, 000 dogs, had occurred over the past 12 years and Greyhound Racing NSW "had adopted a policy of deliberately misreporting the extent" of the barbarism.


Read more at http://wwos.nine.com.au/2016/07/07/12/19/mike-baird-nsw-government-to-shut-down-greyhound-racing#LqyzzesXrW7412U3.99


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