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Edwina Pickles Tom Waterhouse should ''embrace'' a plan by authorities to tighten controls around his business' links to his mother Gai's horse training operation, as it would protect his reputation, too, Racing NSW boss Peter V'landys said on
Tomic's father has made a surprise appearance in a Spanish court to meet privately with the lawyers of the man he allegedly headbutted. GAI Waterhouse might instinctively describe a looming storm as sunny skies but relaying information about a
The subject was cyclist Anna Meares; her two great rivals, one her sister, the other the great Victoria Pendleton. There was the crash that almost killed her, the raw relationships with coaches and family, the unbearable tension of that final race in
Former jockey Allan Robinson apparently has more to say about the More Joyous affair, but what that is remains unknown. After Robinson, ex-footballer Andrew Johns and punter Eddie Hayson gave evidence at Monday's inquiry, all were discharged along
The More Joyous inquiry has taken a remarkable twist, with Allan Robinson wanting to provide new evidence in a bid to "tell the truth".
Andrew Johns ' evidence is just about done, but he's popped outside while chief steward Ray Murrihy goes back over some of John Singleton 's claims. Under questioning, Singleton admitted it was "an exaggeration" to claim shortly before the race that
Tom Waterhouse conversation, the whisper that became a roar, and let the experts interpret it. Perhaps there are perceived grievances on both sides but hopefully those who backed More Joyous in the All Aged Stakes at Randwick won't end up collateral
Ex-footballer Johns, former jockey Robinson and punter and businessman Hayson, described by Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy as vital links in the chain, declined to appear at last Monday's hearing although Johns and Robinson tendered statements.
Waterhouse likely to be brought to heel by powerful lobby working to reduce sports betting and gambling promotion Internet bookmaker Tom Waterhouse may walk away clean as a whistle from the tawdry inquiry into allegations that he passed on
That's essentially what this engrossing spat between Gai Waterhouse and John Singleton is, although there can be no disputing the damage it's doing and the people involved. Specifically, there has been concern all week about the welfare of Andrew