Just a couple quick things.
First I notice some comments on the harnesslink feature regarding betfair being offered in Western Australia. It's nice to read some comments from people who are playing. Give the comments a full read if you are interested, but one line caught my eye especially.
Betting on harness racing has been in decline for many years… something drastic is needed to revive public interest. I started my betting on the trots many moons ago, now I don’t touch it unless I can do it via Betfair
I think there are a whole lot of people out there doing the same thing. Exchanges are a way to get them back.
Thanks to equidaily for this: University of Kentucky students offer a betting seminar before heading to Keeneland. Gotta love it. I am sure some beer will be drank, some bets will be made, and a good time will be had. That's racing, old time racing.
I should be at Keeneland for Saturday's card. I'll see if I can get some good pictures and post em up.
Good luck at the windows, and good racing.
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