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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2018-Feb-04, 10:56 AM Reply #100 »
Not sure where the Hunter Cup ranks in harness racing but it is right up there.

Matters not to Sky Racing, you know them...... "number 1 in racing".

Watched my 2nd harness race in years just to watch Lazarus go round but in typical Sky fashion they are off elsewhere before the race is completed.

Absolute morons and not sure how anybody with a conscience would work for them.

Just another reminder for me to keep away.

So can we assume there will be no more posts from you on this subject because you won't be watching  :sweat:

For soemone who bags Sky you seem to watch a lot of it.

Most of us who would have complaints about the Caulfield track bias would say so on a Melbourne racing thread.

Not you. You are off complaining about it on the Sky Racing thread   :lol:

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« 2018-Feb-04, 11:43 AM Reply #101 »
So can we assume there will be no more posts from you on this subject because you won't be watching  :sweat:

For soemone who bags Sky you seem to watch a lot of it.

Most of us who would have complaints about the Caulfield track bias would say so on a Melbourne racing thread.

Not you. You are off complaining about it on the Sky Racing thread    :lol:
The last time I watched Sky 1 was in fact to watch Lazarus in the Inter Dom final so it hardly equates to watching it a lot ....does it?

You surely are not supporting the practice of cutting away from races like the Hunter Cup before they are completed..... are you?

Sky deserved to be criticised for that garbage and considering the history of the race and money invested on it it does show the respect Sky have for punters.
Why do I know already that you weren't even watching.

I'll stop criticising Sky Racing the day I see something that shows you can be remotely objective on the subject.

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« 2018-Feb-04, 12:03 PM Reply #102 »
The last time I watched Sky 1 was in fact to watch Lazarus in the Inter Dom final so it hardly equates to watching it a lot ....does it?

You surely are not supporting the practice of cutting away from races like the Hunter Cup before they are completed..... are you?

Sky deserved to be criticised for that garbage and considering the history of the race and money invested on it it does show the respect Sky have for punters.
Why do I know already that you weren't even watching.

I'll stop criticising Sky Racing the day I see something that shows you can be remotely objective on the subject.

But what about you coming on here to have a go at Sky about the Caulfield track bias?

You said:

"Listening to the Caulfield track manager's track report on Saturday, we were all informed that they would be sticking to the successful rail movement from previous years."

But I cannot see any complaints from you directed at the Melbourne racing authorities on any other thread. Instead you come on here and bag Sky Racing for broadcasting his comments.

Why  :what:

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« 2018-Feb-04, 12:05 PM Reply #103 »
Pleased to hear that South Australian racing will now be showcased on Racing. com. at the beginning of the new season.

Flicked over to Sky 1 on Saturday to watch a couple of the better races from Adelaide but it is a painful experience.
There is far too much happening on the screen and having to listen to the celebrity in house expert is hard going.
Didn't think there was anyone in the world that has all the form covered for gallops, trots and greyhounds but Sky seem to have  them all signed up.

Have no interest in the red hots and with greyhounds seemingly unable to rid themselves of crooks, have no interest there either.

From 1st August will have no need to watch Sky 1.........Whoopee.

You changed your mind about the trots did you?

What happened to the August 1st declaration.........

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« 2018-Feb-04, 12:26 PM Reply #104 »
 Elsu in the Hunter Cup  was the last time was the last time I invested on the trots so it has been a while.

 Must plead guilty to not honouring my word then ........Lazarus looks a little bit special so I cast a glance.

A couple of positive Sky comments on this thread by me at least show that, unlike you, I can be a little objective.

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« 2018-Feb-04, 12:39 PM Reply #105 »
But what about you coming on here to have a go at Sky about the Caulfield track bias?

You said:

"Listening to the Caulfield track manager's track report on Saturday, we were all informed that they would be sticking to the successful rail movement from previous years."

But I cannot see any complaints from you directed at the Melbourne racing authorities on any other thread. Instead you come on here and bag Sky Racing for broadcasting his comments.

Why  :what:
You have taken something out of context.
I was referring to statements made by Sky Racing that punters have never had it so good with being provided with information and Sky Racing were responsible for for that.

I've criticised Mel. race tracks on other threads.
Quite happy to speak out on Racing. com's facebook page.

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« 2018-Apr-19, 01:55 AM Reply #106 »
I've said it before and I'll say it again the people at Sky are  :censored: s.

An impressive Newmarket winners trainer about to be interviewed and the producer/director cuts from that to a screen full of numbers and music.

Why the  :censored:  cant we hear the interviews ?

 :censored: s.


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« 2018-Apr-26, 12:47 AM Reply #107 »
Seriously you people at Sky and the TAB are hopeless.

No place betting on a 25 horse hurdle race and interrupted coverage of same race.

Hopeless.


Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Apr-26, 06:03 PM Reply #108 »
They donít appear to be getting your messages

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« 2018-Apr-26, 09:17 PM Reply #109 »
 :censored: as long as they get my money   :lol:

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« 2021-May-02, 04:04 PM Reply #110 »
So numerous Japan races dropped obviously pool related not quality related. R10 Stakes racing dropped.

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« 2021-May-02, 05:06 PM Reply #111 »
You having a break today SW?

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« 2021-May-02, 05:14 PM Reply #112 »
You having a break today SW?
Travel restrictions SB.


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