Too Much Of A Good Thing?

If this was in Queensland they might get upset. Only is allowed there under the current management. But it’s in , so that’s alright.

. Tonight’s heats involve 32 dogs, some of which will then go on to the final only four days later.

Of these starters, five raced six days ago, seven raced five days ago at and three raced three days ago at . On the other hand, a couple have been off the scene for over a month.

The 480m is always a tough but fair trip. Even dogs coming off 500s in town can find it hard to finish off there.

How will they stand up to the task? Which dogs have the greatest endurance? And will the lucky eight finalists be fully fit on Saturday night?

’s usual fans might also be concerned about the shift from twilight to night timing. They have tried that before and, while oncourse takings were good, offcourse business was relatively poor.

That’s a lot of negatives, yet GRV keeps doing things .

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Martin Ebb
Martin Ebb
7 years ago

Trainers aren’t forced to nominate for these races and they know the scheduling well in advance. Is the scheduling the problem? Or the greed of the participants. Keep up the good work Bruce, love your opinions.

Martin Ebb
Martin Ebb
7 years ago

Trainers aren’t forced to nominate for these races and they know the scheduling well in advance. Is the scheduling the problem? Or the greed of the participants. Keep up the good work Bruce, love your opinions.