Tag Archives: horseracing

The compelling narratives

of sport are what really matter. Context is everything. Just three outline plots from today: 1. World Snooker: Kid who arrives from Australia with five hundred quid in his pocket vs Ex-Champ recovering from clinical depression after death of his … Continue reading

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A quiet day for Miss Nightshade

The race was not run in the dark because, (of course), the sun sets in the west; ergo while it is becoming dusky over here on the Eastern seaboard it is more than bright enough to see the goings on … Continue reading

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The Inherent Value of Decisions made by Taskforce

There’s a body out there in the world called the Racing for Change Taskforce. I do hope my taxes are paying for it. I googled the Taskforce by full name but got nothing other than a link to the story … Continue reading

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