Caballus a bankable commodity as interest rates rises at Rosehill

Many sayings were voiced by broadcasters, such as “scraping paint off the fence” if a navigator took an inside run, or “going via the cape” when coursing wide. Producing a late sprint was described as “finishing like a shot out of gun”.

Described as a “sunny place for shady people”, the racecourse was once a haven for “emus” who collected lost or discarded betting tickets, and “dips” – pickpockets who were rampant when punters were shoulder to shoulder.

The betting…

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