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Offline dubbledee

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-02, 09:57 AM »
MagiC or someone else could set this up, perhaps.

I wanna ask these questions (if possible).

1. How often do you bet on SE Qld provincial racing?

NEVER

OCCASIONALLY

OFTEN

(If never, off ya go, otherwise continue.)

2. How has the new Cushion Track at Caloundra impacted on your betting?

MORE OFTEN

ABOUT SAME

LESS OFTEN

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« 2009-Jan-02, 10:09 AM Reply #1 »
DD
In all the years I have been attending race meetings I have never once been approached by anyone to answer a questionaire re racing matters.

You would think on course patrons would be a good place to start asking the "hard" questions in relation to all racing matters.   Maybe not at the end of the day when everyone has had a skin full  or lost on the punt but first thing on arrival.

I think racing officials, tabs included should be out there amongst it's patrons and ask the pertinent questions.

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« 2009-Jan-02, 10:19 AM Reply #2 »
MagiC or someone else could set this up, perhaps.

I wanna ask these questions (if possible).

1. How often do you bet on SE Qld provincial racing?

NEVER

OCCASIONALLY

OFTEN

(If never, off ya go, otherwise continue.)

2. How has the new Cushion Track at Caloundra impacted on your betting?

MORE OFTEN

ABOUT SAME

LESS OFTEN


DD
Your request is two polls. You can start a poll yourself, in the catergory you want the poll click on the 'poll' button instead of new thread, that will give you a number of options, go take a look.

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« 2009-Jan-02, 11:12 AM Reply #3 »
love betting on the sc grass,doomben grass,eagle farm grass,gold coast grass,toowoomba grass,rockhampton grass,townsville grass. refuse to bet on the shit surface and will do the same when/if this lunatic bentleys gets his way up the hill
reasons-no form patterns able to be established
maintenance is differant to grass so will race differant
will become like the old albion park i.e horses for courses
this punter loves a inside tip and even if a laydown popped through my phone or ear for the shit surface would have no more than a grand on a cert. grass tracks bet up/bob bentley :censored: :censored:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 12:57 PM Reply #4 »
Hope this works OK.

The aim is to get a representative view of Members' approach to betting on the Cushion Track at Sunshine Coast.

One vote per Member.

Poll will run 21 days.

Results will be made available after that time.

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« 2009-Jan-02, 01:13 PM Reply #5 »
Probably not supposed to say what I voted.
But-
I frequently bet on SE Qld racing, and will bet on the Cushion Track as much as any other.

Then again I bet no matter where they run  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 01:18 PM Reply #6 »
Yeah, well I could have completed yours for you, gratlog.  But I know how you love reading stuff on Brisbane racing.  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 02:20 PM Reply #7 »
What?...no running results?....how do we know the "result" wont be fixed?......wheres Geoff?...I demand action :p

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« 2009-Jan-04, 09:33 PM Reply #8 »
Only 14 voters so far ....... but it is all ready looking like one distinct flavour  :/

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« 2009-Jan-04, 09:34 PM Reply #9 »
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh so some can see the results eh?.....fixed......PollGate!!!! :p

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« 2009-Jan-05, 08:50 PM Reply #10 »
DD
In all the years I have been attending race meetings I have never once been approached by anyone to answer a questionaire re racing matters.

You would think on course patrons would be a good place to start asking the "hard" questions in relation to all racing matters.   Maybe not at the end of the day when everyone has had a skin full  or lost on the punt but first thing on arrival.

I think racing officials, tabs included should be out there amongst it's patrons and ask the pertinent questions.

Mono

I know of one Brisbane club that has spent a 5-figure sum on polling its customers in recent times.  The pollsters probably found it difficult to break through the scrum around your table.

I also recall QTC members were asked to complete a questionnaire maybe 3 years ago.

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« 2009-Jan-09, 07:54 PM Reply #11 »
A poll here for anyone interested.

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« 2009-Jan-09, 10:23 PM Reply #12 »

I also recall QTC members were asked to complete a questionnaire maybe 3 years ago.

Sorry dd I must have had my head down in the trough that day or maybe trying to get the Quaddie approximates.

I vote no..if it counts.

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« 2009-Jan-10, 09:24 AM Reply #13 »
Mono

Check your mailbox.  The letter from QTC with the questionnaire enclosed could still be there.

Did you complete the poll or are you just saying "NO" :what:

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« 2009-Jan-10, 09:31 AM Reply #14 »
Mono

Check your mailbox.  The letter from QTC with the questionnaire enclosed could still be there.

dd I have and it isn't

Did you complete the poll or are you just saying "NO" what

Yes I did complete and I did answer "NO"

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« 2009-Jan-10, 09:39 AM Reply #15 »
DD
In all the years I have been attending race meetings I have never once been approached by anyone to answer a questionaire re racing matters.

You would think on course patrons would be a good place to start asking the "hard" questions in relation to all racing matters.   Maybe not at the end of the day when everyone has had a skin full  or lost on the punt but first thing on arrival.

I think racing officials, tabs included should be out there amongst it's patrons and ask the pertinent questions.

Mono

I know of one Brisbane club that has spent a 5-figure sum on polling its customers in recent times.  The pollsters probably found it difficult to break through the scrum around your table.

I also recall QTC members were asked to complete a questionnaire maybe 3 years ago.


Mono

This is what it looked like.  I can get the back pages to you if you're still interested.  I'm sure QTC will accept a late entry - for a fee.
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