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Quote: from empty wallet on 5:21 pm on Dec. 12, 2006[br]Yes it is about Wolverhampton, but my point is fatalities happen at other tracks and it is Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â probably an unfortunate set of circumstances that there have been so many in such a short space of time
I suppose if you ran the same Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â amount of racing at any other track we would maybe see the same amount of injuries,
Cheltenham had spate of injuries at one meeting, 10, i believe, should we blame Chelters or is it possible, it was the competitive nature Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â of the racing that brought about these
(Edited by empty wallet at 5:24 pm on Dec. 12, 2006)<br>
There is about 2 fatality per flat course per season, I know there are going to be more in NH. But no flat racecourse has seen so many deaths in such a short time….<br>Tom Eaves has had a operation to pin his arm, the others are just bruised and battered, but will feel like they have been hit by a steam roller….
You cannot compare a incidents like this to a tuft track or jumping, its so different, for starters, a AW track has a layer of tarmac under it, which does not move, where under turf, you get that slid…and that give has a shock absorber…