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  • #4033
    zilzal
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    I found the site while looking up a Clare Balding reference search on the net which retrieved the trf interview with her.

    It’s hard to bellieve the forum has more than a couple of hundred really active members. Does anyone know how the TRF has promoted itself ?

    #93676
    johnt4124
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    The Racing Post used to have an internet section, which I cannot see now. There was a piece about Alan Potts and he mentioned the site.

    #93679
    Meshaheer
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    I found it in February 2002 on some Nashwan links site or something (can’t remember the URL but it was a page full of racing links with Nashwan at the top).

    #93681
    Grey Desire
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    I found the site on a search engine but can’t for the life of me remember exactly what I was looking for.

    One of my better decisions as I have met some lovely people through the forum and its various syndicates.

    #93682
    cheltboy
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    Found it via google on a night shift.  

    The level of debate if higher and itt seems to attract more sensible folk than the old C4 one which towards the end was littered with wallies. <br>

    #93685
    phunter
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    Lee McKenzie mentioned it in an article he had written in Raceform, thats how i noticed it.

    #93686
    Irish Stamp
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    A horseracing game i used to play (European Sim Racing) had it as a sponsor at the bottom of the site.  Glad i found it now and is a cool site along with many others.

    Martin

    #93688
    Trigger
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    I gave daylight his first review – good one as well :biggrin:

    #93689
    jilly
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    I was asked this question in the chat room last Nov…that was in the days when the regulars in there were my friends :biggrin:

    I said.. surfing…  this brought a spate of quick-fire replies from the ‘witty in-crowd’..  eg..  " have you got a surfboard then jilly "..   and… " i had one once,i broke it,now i have two." :biggrin:

    nuff said.

          :biggrin:

    #93690
    Mully
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    I have heard that the surf is crap in your part of the world Jilly. Mesh has the best waves.

    #93691
    jilly
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    Saunton in north Devon is a good place to ‘catch a wave’  :wave:

    #93692
    gamble
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    As for this forum it found me like a rash through a blue link

    #93693
    gamble
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    Slippy Blue :cool:

    #93694
    beaker
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    Bloody Google :biggrin:

    I found it via a now defunct racing website, which I found from Google !

    #93695
    gamble
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    Beaker are you on drugs ?

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