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MATTHEW POON, HORSE RACING AND LIFE LESSONS

By Hans Ebert Everything in moderation. We’ve been taught that from a very early age. It’s advice that has served us well while growing up- if we are living our lives keeping to this belief. Going off the rails is … Continue reading

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HORSE RACING THERAPY: TRY IT

What a strange few days it’s been for the world. There was Metallica performing in Hong Kong on Friday night during which time America was swearing in its 45th President who started off by describing the Obamas as being “magnificent” … Continue reading

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THE FLAWED THINKING ISSUE

THE LOSING BATTLE AGAINST DRUGS The report by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) that competitors in such less glamourous and non-mainstream sports such as Darts and Surf Life Saving had returned positives to performance enhancing substances sends a clear … Continue reading

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THE MELBOURNE CUP: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (AND PETER MCGAURAN)

We love our horse racing, we love horses, and we stand up for the sport wherever and whenever we see a spoiler alert hurtling its way. This is why it’s both disappointing and worrying to see the triumphs of Melbourne … Continue reading

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