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Quick Bet News
Sunday April 4, 2010A SHOUTING match between leading Sydney jockey Jim Cassidy and Melbourne trainer Tony Vasil after the defeat of two-year-old Psychologist at Rosehill eight days ago is set to be investigated by Racing NSW stewards
Monday December 8, 2008THE flames were almost in the cockpit now. "Bail out, Carruthers!" shouted the young pilot. "I'll hold her steady while you ditch. That's an order, Carruthers! And, Bill say goodbye to Angela for me."
Tuesday November 4, 2008IRISH trainer Aidan O'Brien has all but guaranteed that Europe's best stayer and Melbourne Cup second favourite Septimus will start today despite nagging concerns over the firmness of the Flemington track.
Saturday October 4, 2008TO BET or not to bet? Black or red? Yes or no?
Sunday August 10, 2008PUNTERS at this year's spring racing carnival face the temptation of the most lucrative trackside bet ever offered in Victoria - one that could make them millionaires in an afternoon.
Saturday July 5, 2008MOST economists expect the benchmark share index to end this financial year well above 5000 points, and more than a few are prepared to bet it will rebound above 6000 points over the next 12 months.
Thursday May 22, 2008THOUGH soundly beaten in three starts since a smart 29.88sec win at Dapto on May 1, the talented Branded looks the standout bet at Dapto tonight.
Saturday May 3, 2008Here's a quick trivia question. What do Radio City Music Hall - the art deco landmark where New York holds Broadway's backslapping event, the Tony Awards - and Hollywood's Kodak Theatre, home to the Academy Awards, have in common?
Monday October 8, 2007HE SAID IT'S that time of the year again. Figures show that more people choose to get married in spring than any other season, so if you haven't been invited to one, I'll bet you've been around others that have.
Sunday September 30, 2007When it comes to a winning streak, punters rely on superstition more than science. John Harms explores the Freudian playground of racing voodoo, lucky outfits and the omen bet.
Thursday June 21, 2007ALTHOUGH awkwardly placed in box four, the well credentialled Bush Billy looks the standout bet in race 10 at Dapto tonight.
Thursday April 19, 2007Leigh Matthews has done plenty in football, except building a team from no-name kids to world-beaters. You can bet that he's working on that
Friday November 24, 2006EIGHT months ago, a battered Justin Langer was contemplating giving up cricket. Yesterday, the veteran opener found himself leading a batting charge on the first day of an Ashes series and moving to sixth on the list of Australian Test scorers - and it's a fair bet he could not have imagined a happier place.
Tuesday November 14, 2006Politics - how to win votes when water restrictions apply all over the state? Quick, build a big dam ("Dam to help drought-proof Hunter region", November 13). Pity about the people of the Upper Williams Valley, but we'll turn it into a tourist attraction and bring jobs to their kids. And yet the idea of the proposedTillegra Dam is so shortsighted.
Sunday November 12, 2006Tasmania finally has a group of young, home-grown stars who could propel the state to its first Pura Cup.
Friday October 20, 2006To: England and Wales Cricket BoardFrom: The TonkSubject: We're on to you
Friday September 29, 2006IT WAS a feeling of deja vu for Tim Breadmore after last year's Golden Slipper. While most at the track were thinking about their next bet or perhaps getting a drink, the Paringa Park managing director was in the birdcage looking for another stallion prospect.
Monday September 25, 2006THE Melbourne Storm coaching staff sat together in a room at their Sydney hotel, watching the Broncos versus Bulldogs match on TV and witnessed something totally unexpected.
Saturday September 16, 2006Dick McIlwain will oversee the merger of Tattersall's and Unitab. But his long-term plan is to prepare the company for a tilt at Tabcorp's Victorian wagering dominance, writes Helen Westerman.
Sunday April 2, 2006NEW Australian Open supremo Paul McNamee has wasted no time in making his first official trip to Augusta, departing on Friday after being appointed on Tuesday, but he hasn't entirely jumped on the gravy train.