Nathan Absalom Roar Pro

Nathan Absalom

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About

The author is a member of the Greyhound Breeders Owners and Trainers Association (GBOTA) and has a family member that is a Director of the GBOTA. These opinions are his own. I am a loyal Souths supporter and have played a lot of cricket, bowling an almost infinite number of full tosses in my life.

Member Since:
 
March 2015
Based In:
 
Rozelle
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, League, Racing,

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The public has got it wrong about racing

The public has got it wrong about racing

23 Nov 2017

Every year around Melbourne Cup time there are seems to be a series of articles heavily critical of horse racing, most are easily dismissed as transparent virtue signalling rather than a serious discussion of animal welfare.

NSW Auditor-General highlights false greyhound racing coverage

NSW Auditor-General highlights false greyhound racing coverage

10 Nov 2017

Last week the NSW Auditor-General published a scathing report into the ill-fated advertising campaign to ban greyhound racing.

A wise choice for greyhound racing reform

A wise choice for greyhound racing reform

21 Sep 2017

Some people have earned the right to be listened to, while others deserve to be ignored.

What price for the grassroots of cricket?

What price for the grassroots of cricket?

14 Jul 2017

Appeals for increased money to grassroots cricket, now where have I heard that before?

Did the horse just bolt on gambling reform?

Did the horse just bolt on gambling reform?

16 May 2017

A few months ago, I received a phone call from a betting agency that gave me pause for thought.

Cautious optimism for NSW greyhound racing

Cautious optimism for NSW greyhound racing

9 Apr 2017

The long, drawn out political process for greyhound racing in NSW is nearing completion. Last week the government passed legislation that almost entirely mirrors the recommendations of the Greyhound Industry Reform Panel, headed by Morris Iemma.