Tag Archives: Myspace

IS HORSE RACING LOSING THE RACE TO MAKE CONTENT KING?

By Hans Ebert There’s a long train running coming towards the horse racing industry with all systems go named Content. And before this becomes a runaway train, the subject should be tackled now and not when those ARC- Asian Racing … Continue reading

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THE EVOLUTION AND REVOLUTION OF RACINGB*TCH‏

By Hans Ebert It seemed like a good idea at the time- and probably was and definitely still is: Produce an irreverent blog on the horse racing industry. This was when the web was in its infancy, MySpace was going … Continue reading

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THE CHANGING FACE OF RACINGB*TCH

There comes a time when one needs to “cease operations”, step back, look forwards, and seize the day and seize a Caesar Salad and seize whatever new opportunities there might be to stop lethargy setting in, and, perhaps even saying, … Continue reading

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RACING CLUBS AND THE UNNECESSARY TANGLED WEBS THEY WEAVE

One of the most frequently asked questions in the twitterverse has to do with the availability of videos of races, why these are not available on any YouTube channels belonging to Oz racing clubs and why these videos are, often, … Continue reading

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