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Fast Horses, Slow Media

Twitter has the ability to drive so many areas of the industry. From wagering with market moves and the appearance of a horse in the paddock, to attracting new owners and race goers or even syndicating horses, absolutely anyone can become a commentator.

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Racing Technology Lags

The rapid development of communication technologies coupled with competition from other sports and entertainment options threaten to leave horse racing in the dust unless the industry creates innovation with new investments.

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No Moans about the Fatty

LANCE BENSON: We have enough stodgy, starched fakes in action. Bring on the real people like Andrew Fortune and the public ratings can only go in the right direction.

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Var’s Day

A pair of Gr3 events for 2yo’s headed up Clairwood’s Sunday card and both races were won by visiting Cape trainer Vaughan Marshall with the progeny of Var.

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From Chaos To Reform

Charl Pretorius writes in his Off The Record column on the 4Racing website that owners, trainers and racing fans are gravely concerned about the state of our industry

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