Tag Archives: Steve Cauthen

HORSE RACING: HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO (INCLUDING EFFECTIVELY MARKETING CO-MINGLING)

Back in the day, Bonnie Tyler channeled Rod Stewart and made an impassioned plea via her song, “Holding Out For A Hero”. If ever horse racing needed a theme song, this is it- a sport sorely lacking in heroes, and, … Continue reading

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…

TONY CRUZ: THE BRUCE LEE OF HONG KONG RACING When John Hardie wrote that “Tony Cruz Is Not The Greatest Thing Since Fried Rice”, and how the then-young Champion jockey of Hong Kong had an apparent penchant for “fast cars, … Continue reading

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THE “CURTAIN COMES DOWN ON ANOTHER HONG KONG RACING SEASON AND RACINGB*TCH” ISSUE.

Someone asked us recently why the coverage of horse racing “cannot look like the movie ‘Seabiscuit.’” “Well, my little chitlin,”, we yawned, “Seabiscuit is a movie with actors, actresses and sets and lighting and Directors of Photography, great editors etc … Continue reading

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