Tag Archives: Treve

HORSE RACING: CUSTOMER-CENTRIC OR CONSUMER FRIENDLY?‏

by Hans Ebert It might sound silly, but for horse racing to be more than it is today, and much more than it should be tomorrow, it must be more than only about horse racing. It must be more than … Continue reading

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THE FEEL GOOD STORIES OF RACING (DO YOU HAVE ANY?)

By Jenny Bridle (Courtesy of http://www.fasttrack.hk) With all the negativity coming out of Australian racing these days, it can be challenging to stay focussed on what can be so great about horse racing. In case anyone needs reminding, this is … Continue reading

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THE BUFFET ISSUE

ARE JAPANESE RACEHORSES OVER RATED? Some of the post race commentary following Admire Rakti’s blistering win in last Saturday’s Caulfield Cup has yet again proven how reactionary and knee jerk Australian racing is in their analysis of race track performances, … Continue reading

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DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE IRISHMAN, THE FRENCHMAN AND WINNING?

Horse racing is a game of contrasting fortunes and no matter where a race is held by less than six degrees of separation and no Kevin Bacon in sight. In Hong Kong at Shatin, Irish jockey Colm O’Donoghue who is … Continue reading

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