Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Apart from being a good type – both conformationally and conversationally – Emma Boling is a keen student of the thoroughbred industry, having raced a number of outstanding neddies and serving on committees ranging from the Moonee Valley Racing Club and Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria.
What’s more, Emma’s a more than handy scribe, recently releasing her first novel, Riding High, which – as the Sherlocks among you would have already surmised – has a lot to do with racing and its many intrigues.
A second novel is due to the hit the stands around spring 2010, but for the moment, take the time to read Emma’s treatise on the industry and, in particular, its failure to ‘embrace the future’.
Cop the tip and click here … there’s no murders involved per se, but fiddling while Rome burns will certainly kill off racing as we know it.

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