Whether we like it or not the TAB is where the funding for stakes comes from, and the results above show that we are achieving the objective of increased turnover.
At the end of the day however, success will be determined by the year end result so the figures will continue to be collected and analysed with programme changes made as appropriate.
Guest Highlanders and All Blacks on course with signed rugby balls up for grabs.
Two family season passes to be won for Highlanders home games.
Gore Harness Racing Club: 27th December 2017 - Plenty of free childrens entertainment and a live band.
Bottles of wine to all race winning owners with a photo finish label.
Much of the feedback on programmes has when considered in detail, been driven by a persons own horse and therefore self-interest which is understandable. To cater for most regularly is the best we can do and its not good practice to make changes to suit individuals or the minority, so this will not happen.
Our basis is regular programmes to achieve like with like racing, thus increasing turnover.
Winton horseman Allan Beck has driven twenty three winners for Browns trainer Des Baynes and three of those were at the Winton meeting today when Gotta Minute, Quartz and Better Buy It all won for the combination.
Programmes cannot be provided to suit every horse all the time, but are designed to cater for most on about a two week cycle.
Therefore, to think that programmes should suit any horse every week is impracticable and unreasonable.
Hawaiian Hula and Chinese Whisper had their first public workout over 1609 metres for Nathan Williamson's stable.
Chinese Whisper, which won by a nose from his stablemate is a gelding by Sundon out of Little Contessa....