Having probed the murky depths of Aussie Rules and Cricket, Dave Warner and his mate Nicolas Brasch put the probe through the rank hay to be found at the back end of the stall in the Sport of Kings. Come on a ride through a field of the slowest horses, clumsiest jockeys, most crooked punters, impotent stallions and near-sighted judges.
Horseracing’s Hall of Shame will crack your sleepy eyes into a smile at early morning trackwork and leave you still laughing in the dim light of the last on the card. It bolts from the barrier like Manikato and steams home like Bernborough. The perfect present for the pessimistic punter or the belligerent bookie. And all for the price of a boxed trifecta and
a couple of mystery bets on a Moe Maiden.
First published in 1999 by HarperCollins Australia