- Mar 17, 2014
- AFL Club
haha i love that you are dissing this. I knew you wouldPlease post all the losers that also qualify
It's the same for officials in other sports (I know personally with football). Basically, it's for the integrity of the sport, so that punters like us can't turn around and say "Hey, look at that ride, she must have been on her phone to the bookies before that race".Forgive me for being an ignoramus but what is the reason jockeys cant have phones in the jockeys room? and how does one break it 65 times and then gets suspended? you get 64 free warnings?
Working for the regional arm of Channel 10, pushing the main races into prime time on the weakest rating day of the carnival is absolutely massive.Personally I hate the move as an on course patron - ok if you are having a 7 race card but ludicrous decision for 9 races
But will Channel 10 show it?Working for the regional arm of Channel 10, pushing the main races into prime time on the weakest rating day of the carnival is absolutely massive.
Was it last year this meeting was on a track so biased it made last Saturday at Randwick look like one of the fairest tracks in the history of the sport?Surely it's Kentucky Breeze form (Charossa) vs Scales Of Justice (Waging War) form in the Balaklava Cup today?
have gone with Kentucky Breeze form myself.
But will Channel 10 show it?
That’s cutting into their news time running the race at 5.50. What will be impact on sponsorship if they feel they aren’t getting bang for their buck. Secondary FTA channels aren’t popular for sporting broadcasts
MRC tried this with the Group one been the last race on the card and CUB dumped the Caulfield Cup sponsorship