Most plot twists this side of running rail as curtain falls on 2018 racing season

The crowd on the hill wait for a roo and two emus to be cleared from the track before the final race.

MANY PEOPLE don’t realise how interesting a regular garden-variety race meeting can be. A dash of rodeo, wildlife encounters, punches thrown, impromptu debt collection. All on top of the usual drama of thousands won and lost.

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