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2018 The Kosciuszko - World's Richest Country Race - N.S.W Gallops - Racehorse TALK

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Offline Gintara

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« 2018-Oct-15, 12:28 PM Reply #50 »

Neither me nor you -- until we are told

....and we wont be told the accountable truth.

If some 200,000 tickets were sold , it is most likely that rural race clubs bought most - 'on behalf of their members'.

The average punter may be old but is not silly -- some may have bought a couple but would wish they had not.

This tripe about ticket funding will not be repeated if there is any audited accountability for 'who bought what'.

So Pete I take it you're calling RNSW, V'Landy's et al liars?  :chin:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Oct-15, 01:11 PM Reply #51 »


Never !

Like Sargeant Friday -- I just want the facts ma'am, just the facts.

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Oct-15, 07:21 PM Reply #52 »

No one is telling us this

No wonder the media are so beholden to the party line from Druitt Street.


Sydney’s commercial media outlets are among the biggest winners from Saturday’s Everest race meeting. In the weeks leading up to the race, three advertisers spent almost $900,000 on print, radio and television ads.

Marketing and media firm Ebiquity put the spend by betting agency TAB, the Australian Turf Club, and the Australian Jockey Club at $867,000, mostly in Sydney media, with much smaller spends in Brisbane and Melbourne, and smaller again in Adelaide and Perth.

The Sydney Morning Herald had almost daily ads, including four front and back page ads, in the two weeks leading up to the race. The Herald and The Daily Telegraph both carried wrap-arounds and lift-outs dedicated to detailed coverage of the race.


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