Tristan Rayner Editor

Tristan Rayner

Roar Editor
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About

Former Editor of The Roar, now freelancing from Berlin. Alles gut! I like a bit of everything - from big moments in sport to unusual stats and I don't mind a first four. I love beautifully written, hard-hitting sports opinion.

Member Since:
 
February 2009
Based In:
 
Newcastle
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Racing, Rugby,
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Tristan Rayner

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Winx returns, Hart vs Bart in PB Lawrence, and Frankel gets an Aussie winner

Winx returns, Hart vs Bart in PB Lawrence, and Frankel gets an Aussie winner

4 days ago

Winx makes her glorious return this weekend in the Group 2 Warwick Stakes (1400m) at Royal Randwick. She won’t be beaten.

Overwatch announces new Deathmatch mode, and all hell may break loose

Overwatch announces new Deathmatch mode, and all hell may break loose

6 days ago

Overwatch gave FPS some fresh air with cartoony action, likeable heroes, dedicated team play, and wonderful strategy battles. Now it’s gone old fashioned, bringing back Deathmatch. Get excited!

What’s happened to harness racing, and why does it keep happening?

What's happened to harness racing, and why does it keep happening?

11 Aug 2017

Harness racing once rivalled the thoroughbreds for crowds and interest. Now it’s reduced to being shown on split screens on Sky 2 while blokes in the pub joke about ‘crims on rims’ and ‘cheats on seats’. What’s happened to harness?

The racing season that was: How the trainers and jockeys stacked up

The racing season that was: How the trainers and jockeys stacked up

3 Aug 2017

The full season of racing finished and started without so much of a pause on August 1st, but we can take a moment to examine the winningest trainers and jockeys in the land, and see what we can find.

Canterbury’s $3m training track surprises everyone, especially the locals

Canterbury's $3m training track surprises everyone, especially the locals

17 Jul 2017

Canterbury gets a $3 million synthetic track no one asked for, Caravaggio was beaten, and one or two at Newcastle catch the eye.

Sydney spring racing sees more money, rejigging, and a St Leger revival

Sydney spring racing sees more money, rejigging, and a St Leger revival

7 Jul 2017

Racing in spring is set for a shake-up, with Racing NSW and the ATC throwing down some intriguing changes, more prize money, and reviving the oldest classic race in Australia.