And that's exactly when they should lower the boom on these lunatics making all these frivolous protests.
It's bizarre behaviour and a waste of industry time and money.
Anyway Ted they should have your mate NGH ( or DMW) sitting in, could be remotely in a bunker somewhere, doing a quick review, and making a decision as to whether a protest should even go to a formal hearing ( before they get back to the birdcage ) because at the moment it seems as though we've got a plague of time wasters infesting the industry,
Brodie - I'm not saying he should appeal it but isn't that usually what happens? Seen plenty lately who appeal on grounds of "severity of sentence". And of course it now that time of the year when the legal profession take 6 to 8 weeks off so the appeal date would be late January/February which would then mean he could carry on till such time as the appeal is held. And it's pretty certain he would be eyeing up the December/January grass circuit with both his horses. I don't know whether he had any legal counsel or advocate for the just completed hearing until the JCA post the full summary of the hearing in their web site.
Kay has posted advising to use first three bets - sounds like a good plan. I will do likewise for all who posted more than 3 bets. Hesi can always amend if he had a different approach in mind.
I said no updates during the day but so far, from a quick flick through the picks, it looks like big joker collects for Catalano (Jackstar place) and Lecithin (Gift Of Power win) and a couple of big all-ups underway - Howie finishing on Five to Midnight and Rdytdy on Night's Watch (which kicks off all my all-ups)
I think we have around 75 or 76 entries in total.
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