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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Jun-13, 08:31 PM Reply #250 »

-------------- enjoy the races -- watch the dividends!

Online wily ole dog

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« 2019-Jun-13, 08:49 PM Reply #251 »
Oh I do Pete, I do.

Pity you don’t

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Aug-01, 09:21 PM Reply #252 »


.............. will the lemmings bet on the Valley races on Saturday?

RVL has a problem with the credibility of the Valley of Tears track........... it is seasonally languishing with low-grade stock to run in the races..... yet, what does it do to present a fair go for the cant-help-it punters?

It should run small fields of horses entitled to carry the allocated weight -- instead it has inflated the low-grade fields in a way which will please only the fixed odds bookmakers and the syndicates milking TAB pools.

You tell me --  in forming your opinion, have regard to this 'Valley Preview' presented at punters.com.au

https://www.punters.com.au/news/moonee-valley-preview_182331/


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« 2019-Aug-02, 08:38 AM Reply #253 »
It was laughable when old Pete held up Monty as his go to man. Now he thinks some bloke called James Lamb is a worthwhile reference   :lol:

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« 2019-Aug-04, 06:35 PM Reply #254 »


And so it came to pass ....... a Lamb foretold the slaughter  ........... yesterday and again today....... and into the future.

It is beyond comprehension that (mainly) Victorian punters put up with the consistent presentation of low-grade racing.

The dividends tell the story -- the bigger the dividends declared the lower the quality of the racing presented.




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« 2019-Aug-11, 05:42 PM Reply #255 »


A State of collective stupidity


Apparently, Victorian punters are beyond commonsense redemption -- unable to remember they were robbed last week, they put more money in easy reach of the robbers again this week -- and they were robbed again.

Week-in and week-out, Victorian punters are putting $2,000,000+ into VICTAB  quadrella pools and it is knocked off by the professional syndicates.

Their parochialism is unbounded  -- they do not realize that the quality of racing in NSW is far superior  -- and the converse that the poor-quality of Victorian racing puts it in the same class as the minor states.

The penny has still to drop that the RVL policy of serving up inflated fields of could-run-10th horses is not good for the punters.




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