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  • Track or Home the Big Battle

    At the moment Australian racing should be pretty pleased with itself. Booming carnivals, record prizemoney and TAB turnover reflect a healthy portrait of a flourishing industry. One aspect ?that ...

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  • Look at the Lindford Bounce (Part 3)

    In this final article in my PPM series, I will complete the picture of the horse and put some colour into the image I've been building by stepping back a little and taking in the whole scene of the ...

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  • Solving The Jigsaw Puzzle (Part 2)

    In the last issue (June PPM) I covered the idea of learning to "talk to the horse" when you get to the races. You'll recall I wrote about the attitude of the horse and I pointed to the fact that much ...

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  • The 'Bodyline' of Winning (Part 1)

    So you study the form, listen to the radio and watch the money on the tote. Have you ever studied a horse in the mounting yard and known what to look for? The "House Full" sign would be hung at the ...

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  • Educating the Punter

    One area where many punters find a problem picking winners is on rain affected tracks. The winners often come from nowhere to win at big odds. If you were to apply a little body language to your ...

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  • Educating the Punter

    Punters who understand and use horse body language as an aid to their handicapping are giving themselves an edge. They are getting a second opinion on the horse's ability, not from papers or the ...

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  • Language of a Body

    Do you go to the mounting yard at the races and watch the horses as they walk around before the start of a race? It's surprising how few punters do so. Those that do probably just enjoy looking at the ...

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  • And Watch Your Horses

    How many truly great trainers are there in Australia today? My vote says only a handful.Most trainers, in my opinion, are sad excuses for conditioners of horseflesh! I know that's a bold statement but ...

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  • Condition is the Key

    There are certain key factors in horse racing which tend to determine which horses win races. The use of logic will lead you to regard these factors with the greatest of care when you are assessing a ...

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  • Can Looks Find Winners?

    I think that just about everyone would agree that Brigitte Bardot - at her peak and probably still - had fantastic conformation.To avoid confrontation with female liberationists, I am sure that they ...

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