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Mike de Kock Talks

Without MOD funding things would have been bleak


Nico Kritsiotis and Neil  Andrews chat to ‘Mr Racing’, Mike de Kock, on the latest Locked & Loaded Show on YouTube.

De Kock talks about his recent position in the task team and tells about Hawwaam and his other stars.

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2 comments on “Mike de Kock Talks

  1. Leon Smuts says:

    Some really good comments and honesty in this discussion. Welcome back Mike. The big truths from this chat, never allow corporate greed to dictate again. Racing and all stakeholders should profit from any success achieved, not a handful of self serving individuals. Put the fun back into racing for everyone with all elements of the game needing an overhaul and a rethink. The blank canvass and rock bottom is a blessing in disguise because things can finally be brutally reassessed and structures put into place for growth and high quality service for customers. Lets prove racing is the slumbering giant that I know it is if done right.

  2. mabaker says:

    Not a huge Mike de Kock fan but when Mike de Kock talks horses and racing I take notice and listen. He makes a very valid and important point when he says punters NEED ALL THE INFORMATION POSSIBLE. That makes perfect sense, the more punters know about horse racing the better for punters and the better for horse racing as a whole. Racing authorities keep on talking about enticing NEW BLOOD into the game? why not first look after the client base that they have? happy clients will spread the good news to their friends attracting more clients. Tellytrack can be the main educator for punters and it can also be a means of advertising itself to others but only a very small percentage of punters can afford Tellytrack, I feel it should be free to ALL the exposure racing will get would far outweigh the loss in revenue, you can call it advertising, and how much does racing pay out in advertisements. JC Lee Ching

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