|Watch your back... Edgar Degas'|
Jockey forward flexed standing in the saddle
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The Spring's glittering gems now seem way off, barely visible in the twilight: a stellar Caulfield carnival, Dunaden's brilliant Cup, Pierro's tussle with All Too Hard in the Guineas, Ocean Park's superlative string of victories. All these gifts now buried in mud.
Matt Stewart in The Herald Sun has pulled together a brilliant shame file. He concluded:
"But, sadly, this spring might be well be remembered as the spring where racing managed to isolate itself from the rest of the community by so much it might be impossible to bridge the gap."What new effrontery awaits? Who is going to step up and clean up this mess?