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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2021-Jun-09, 12:56 PM Reply #1275 »

SATURDAY SPOILER ALERT

RVL are taking inflated fields to a new level cliffside on Saturday --  accepting 16 inexperienced 3yros to run over 1600 in Race 7, compounds that disrespect for most punters................... it will also compromise betting on the Quadrella and B6.

Why would RVL do this?

                                         https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2021Jun12%2CVIC%2CLadbrokes%20Park%20Hillside

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2021-Jun-12, 06:21 PM Reply #1276 »



Rough-racing:  final fields diminished by scratchings did not help

........................11 inexperienced 3yros ran over 1600 in Race 7, and the F4 paid 20,000 ................ there were other disgraceful outcomes delivering quadrellas paying 6k and 20 k ..........and a B6 'skinner' .

Is RVL simply unaccountable for the poor quality of the product served up?

Offline nemisis

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« 2021-Jun-12, 07:35 PM Reply #1277 »
Lovely winter track at Sandown today, Peter.
I backed the 2nd and 3rd horses in that race.....loved my quinella to get up.
Who wants favs. to win all the time?....that's why I love wet tracks
Plenty of rewards for video watchers and punters who wait to see how the track is playing.
Track favoured leaders.....What's new?......Sarodec just got under the guard a bit.
No Effort, Sir Kalahad, Falls and Zipping Boy.....all heavily backed.....light weight leaders just doing their thing.

I had a great day.....are we asking for betting slips again?

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2021-Jun-12, 08:23 PM Reply #1278 »


Most punters are 'time scarce'

Most punters do not have the time to 'do the form' to the extent you consider 'necessary'.

Administrators substituting 'tunover' for 'quality' are defrauding most punters.

.......... in any other national industry 'protection' of most customers would demand reforms  ..... not least restricting 'acceptances' to numbers, form and SP-odds  consistent with players putting their cards on the table and punters getting a fair go.

Offline fours

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« 2021-Jun-12, 08:36 PM Reply #1279 »
Peter,

If you know, or others know, that you have insufficent time to do the job properly then its on you guys and no one else if despite that you still bet.

Get a mirror and stop blaming others.

Fours
ps great days racing and its not over yet.

Offline nemisis

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« 2021-Jun-12, 08:42 PM Reply #1280 »
But that's the fun of the punt, Peter.....looking for something others may have missed.
It's the good thing about having some time to do it now.

I'm a bit pleased with myself.....I backed Opacity on Wednesday, as soon as the prices went up.....$12. :what:
I've been waiting for the wet track......what a good soft tracker he is.....no weight at all.
Good day for Ocean Park all round!


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