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  1. Hufkissen

    Shane Dye

    Race starts at 2 minutes 20 or thereabouts. Listen to the call. Sensational
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    Shane Dye

    What a race!
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    Shane Dye

    Thankfully Rough Habit got us out of a hole - I think. My memory is hazy. I recall going to track to back Veandercross. Bet of the day. Slaughtered. Rough Habit. Last till turn and stormed home along the INSIDE. 9/2 if I recall. Great day.
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    Angriest Man In Aucklands Viaduct.

    Come on Leo, lift your game. This woman is angry AND rude.
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    True Story...almost.

    Syndicate this on a weekly basis to the Informant. They could not print enough copies.
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    Name for my horse please.

    Yards of Class
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    Big news right here

    Okay, found this from 2017. Seems optimistic to assume the industry will just "get" this money.
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    Big news right here

    This Bill will also bring some financial relief for the industry by making offshore betting operators contribute to domestic racing and sports codes from the bets they take from New Zealanders. How much money are New Zealanders betting with offshore operators? If this was enacted, how much would the return to the racing industry be? Thanks in advance for any shared knowledge.
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    Weir waves the white flag

    Were they really kept in a safe? I missed seeing that being reported. I do recall seeing reference to video footage and an undercover cop planted in as a employee. Strange days indeed.
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    Weir waves the white flag

    Disgruntled ex girlfriend or employee would be a good start. Follow up with "I took them off an employee who longer works for me and had them secured for safe keeping. Just forgot to destroy them." The arguments do not have to be good. Just create enough doubt. Anyway as you rightly point out. Possession was the crime and he is doing the time. I suspect, with no firm evidence, that there is hint of a plea bargain. Speculation will now proceed to who takes over the stables.
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    Weir waves the white flag

    There must be video evidence of the devices being used, surely? If the only evidence was that the devices were found in his house, then any lawyer worth their salt would have got him off.
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    Rugby Hooker

    Not straight throw to line-out a "technique" issue whereas not straight to the scrum considered more "deliberate". Maybe?
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    Go Winnie

    Draw a salary AND diddle the pension. The new face of capitalism.
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    New APP - NSW Only

    Berri, is your system in action anywhere in the world? I have no connection with the NSW APP, just interested in the concept from a data recording and visualisation point of view. One aspect I would like to see is some sort of "Heat Map" that shows the pattern of racing over a day (e.g. are winners leading, swooping, sitting and sprinting). Could you also determine and display visually if there are fast/slow lanes? The virtual reality aspect is interesting, allowing people to see what a jockey does would be fascinating. Having Hugh Bowman's view on Winx last start would have been amazing.
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    New APP - NSW Only Thursday, 7 September 2017 Punter's Intel Is A Game Changer Punter’s Intel is a new App launched today by Racing NSW which will provide punters with a powerful tool to assess the performance of each horse in a race. The free App allows punters to study detailed breakdowns of race information, collected 50 times per second (fastest available technology) via the Swiss Timing Horse Positioning System. An average of twenty, 9 metre poles per racecourse have been erected on 22 NSW racecourses which contain a wireless base station. A transmitter is installed in each horse’s saddlecloth which relays the information to the poles. This technology is used to create a 3D re-enactment of the race, featuring the critical data for punters. The data is collated in the App to display race times, individual sectionals, distance travelled, top speeds and positioning for every horse in the race allowing punters to assess the performance of each horse in new ways and from multiple angles. Whereas most race day sectional times commence once the leading horse passes a certain marker, Punters Intel goes to another level by providing accurate sectional times and the precise distance travelled for each runner. An example of some of the information available is: 1. Sectional and Race Times Punters Intel provides a sectional time and race time for every horse in the race for every 200m travelled to provide punters with the ideal information to analyse performances. Previously published race times and sectional times (such as the last 600m) only apply to the leader in the race and don’t show the performance of each individual horse. Punters Intel data will show the finishing strength of horses such as Chautauqua who’s final 200m in the 2017 TJ Smith (11.95s) was a full second faster than second placed English (12.96s), but also the mid race sectional speed of horses like Winx who consistently records the fastest sectionals between the 800m and 400m in her races, such as the 2017 Queen Elizabeth Stakes where Winx ran the fastest time of 23.90s over these sectionals. 2. Distance Travelled For the first time, punters will have a measurement to show the comparative distance travelled by every horse in a race. If a horse is positioned two or three wide around a bend it will travel several metres further in a race compared to a horse that is on the inside rail. For example, Winx in the Chelmsford Stakes travelled 2.6m further (equivalent to one length) than Red Excitement, further illustrating the strength of the performance. 3. Travelling and Top Speeds The App provides a unique insight into the travelling and top speed of horses in a race that allows punters to assess not only the overall performance, but also the performance for a horse at any particular time in the race. Within the app, you can bring up data to show the speed of every horse throughout the graphical replay which allows you to see when a horse is held up, accelerating or slowing down. An interesting insight from the 2017 TJ Smith was that Chautauqua’s top speed was the lowest of any horse in the race. Chautauqua’s top speed at any one point in the race (66.5km/h) was the slowest of any runner in the field, including the last placed Terravista. The fastest top speeds recorded in the race were from Russian Revolution (70.8km/h) and Fell Swoop (69.6km/h). It’s extraordinary but goes to show what makes a champion horse is being able to sustain a sprint. “Punters Intel is a game-changer and provides the ultimate tool to access vital information of a horse’s performance and view dynamic 3D simulated replays of the race, control camera angles, speed and playback options as well as select data to be viewed throughout the race itself” said Racing NSW CEO Peter V’landys AM. “I strongly recommend punters read the attached Punters Intel manual so as to gain the full benefits and features of the App”. “The App was developed from consultation with a variety of punters. We however want to provide and tailor information to users and welcome feedback via the Punters Intel Facebook page”. “Although developed for tablets predominately and mobile phones, Punter’s Intel is even more compelling on a PC” V’landys said. The Punters Intel App is available for free via iTunes for apple devices and Google play for Android and from Racing NSW website for PC’s.