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1 Over 1,000 registered members on Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:44 am


Recently Protrack ticked over 1000 registered members. I've got no idea how many are still active, but it's a pretty good number to achieve. Just goes to show there's still a role for a forum like this in the sport.

Over winter I'm going to try and get a list of winners and maybe placegetters for some of our more notable races that have stood the test of time including Maryborough, Keilor, Ballarat and Wangaratta.

It will take a while but I think there's a need to have these lists to show the races' historical significance.

"Let's Go While We're Young"

2 Re: Over 1,000 registered members on Fri Jan 08, 2016 6:24 pm


Great idea Youngy. I would like to see a place on the VAL website (SAAL as well) where you can click on any carnival, see a brief history and a list of the gift winners, times, mark and trainers etc. Yes it would take some time, but surely with help through this forum we could do it.
That gives me an idea for a few random polls, stay tuned.

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