Posts Tagged ‘horse racing’

BOOKMAKERS HAVE A PART TO PLAY

May 30, 2017

The man I call (behind his back, of course, so for God’s sake don’t tell him) Luke Cage but whose pen name is Mark Wignall (never met the chap) wrote a very interesting column last Thursday headlined “Cleaning up Caymanas racing track”. (more…)

THE CURSE OF LINEAR THINKING

July 26, 2015

I think I may have received my first Heavens-to-Murgatroyd threat!

Does this mean I’m a real journalist at last? (more…)

AN INCURABLE LACK OF VISION

May 31, 2015

It’s time to find out if Cliff Williams, despite the ravages of anno domini, remains educable. (more…)

RACING’S SAVIOUR: HANDICAPS? OR GULLY BOP?

April 1, 2015

I’ve stopped listening to radio’s tiresome and uninformed horseracing coverage.

One Gleaner affiliated radio station treats listeners to a weekly whine about the claiming system (more…)