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Stubborn stand-off to courtroom drama!
Stubborn stand-off to courtroom drama! The Bangalore Turf Club (BTC) has found itself entangled in a web of legal battles that rival the drama on the track. From spats with governmental authorities to internal squabbles with everyone associated with the sport including trainers, jockeys, racehorse owners and journalists, the club`s courtroom escapades have become commonplace. At the heart of this legal circus are the club`s top brass, known as the mandarins, who seem to navigate decisions with all the caution of a bull in a China shop.
Whiskey, bravado, and the battle for survival
Ah, the Bangalore Turf Club, where the spirits flowed as freely as the bravado of its members. Picture the scene: a meeting of former and current office-bearers, fueled by whiskey and a healthy dose of righteous indignation. With the government playing hard to get and refusing to grant the club the license it desperately craves, tensions were as high as the stakes at the races. The club, once a supplicant at the government`s door, now fancied itself a daring rebel, poised to impart a lesson to the head of the government, the Chief Minister, that he would remember for years to come.
Promises, plots, and a whole lot of horseplay
The Bangalore Turf Club has been caught in a web of broken promises and political gamesmanship, much to the frustration of the Chief Minister of Karnataka. Several years ago, amidst allegations of illegal betting and other unsavoury practices, the government suspended the club`s license, halting its operations. In response, the club`s Managing Committee promised reform and expansion, even going as far as to present a written pledge to the Chief Minister, vowing to increase membership and improve cooperation with the government and then doing the disappearing act!
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Delhi Racing,
Friday, April 19 , 2024
Beat Goes On wins the David Livingston Plate (Div-I)
K P Singh trained Beat Goes On ridden by Arjun wins the David Livingston Plate (Div-I), the feature event of Friday`s races at Delhi.. Results
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Ooty Racing,
Saturday, April 20 , 2024
Gold Ride for main event
J E Mckeown trained Gold Ride is expected to win the Nilgiris 1000 Guineas (Gr.3), to be held here at Ooty, on April 20th.. Selections
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Ooty Racing,
Sunday, April 21 , 2024
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Zavarasy S Poonawalla and his family members along with trainer Karthik Ganapathy leading in Juliette, winner of C N Wadia Trophy on Sunday (April 7) at Mumbai. Geoffrey Nagpal and trainer Karthik Ganapathy leading in Azrinaz (Haridas Gore up), winner of Racing Officials Trophy (Div I) at Mumbai on Sunday (March 31). Trainer S S Shah leading in Rhythm of Nature (M S Deora up), winner of Racing Journalists Trophy at Mumbai on Sunday (March 31). Shailendra Awasti presenting the Racing Journalists Trophy to trainer S S Shah after his ward Rhythm Of Nature won this event on Sunday , March 31 at Mumbai.Also seen in the picture are B D Yadav, Usman Rangila and Chairman of Stewards Ram Shroff.

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