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Cape and surrounding areas. Can Phumelela not reconsider opening the Bloem Race course or alternatively ask the Minister of Sport or MEC in the Province to step in?
This is a serious issue which will affect a lot of people and businesses! We can cry all that we want. Nothing is going to change.
Phumelela will always do what suits it. The decision to close Flamingo Park was made ages ago. It was an open secret. We are fodder to Phumelela.
The people who make these diabolical decisions are unaffected by them. They continue to get their fat cat salary and perks. This decision to close the track is based entirely on finances.
It will negatively affect and impact on thousands of families in Kimberley and its surrounds. For ages I have heard Phumelela complaining that certain steps taken by the authories are not good for horse racing.
This decision by Phumelela to close Flamingo Park is not good for horse racing. Phumelela has always seen itself as horse racing. Now it is content not to be seen as horse racing.
It has double standards. If the survival of horse racing was so important to Phumelela it would have tried to cut costs and expenses and even tried to reduce stakes to allow racing at Flamingo Park.
It did not do this. It did not come with any plan to save horse racing in the Northern Cape. If horse racing in Kimberley was really that important to Phumelela it would have done everything to save it.
I see that Phumelela is in court often fighting government and others to protect itself and horse racing.
It must have spent over Rmillion in wasted legal fees which could have gone to Flamingo Park. The only priority of Phumelela is Phumelela.
The Racing Association is an association for owners. The much controversial Mr Wainstein has rubber stamped the Phumelela decision. He may have gone on a roadshow with Phumelela speaking to trainers but he should have spoken to owners as it is an owners association.
I gave lost hope. Remember that it is not the fault of tge people at Flamingo Park that it is being closed down.
Racing at Flamingo Park has been around for generations. Flamingo Park is being closed because the people responsible for Racing at Flamingo Park at Phumelela failed to do their jobs.
They keep their jobs while Flamingo and everyone dependent on it suffers. Phumelela now has an ardent enemy in me. Ask most people who have had dealings with Larry Weinstein and you will find he is very confused between the truth and lies.
Not sure why everyone is surprised or shocked at Kimberley closing. The owners, trainers and breeders have been complicit either by their silence or support as Phumelela, aided and abetted by the RA have been doing this for nigh on 20 years.
Best thing that could have happened ….. Never ever made a bet there.. This really makes me feel good!! A financial analysis should be conducted regarding the salaries and perks of the executives of Phumelela and other salaried positions within the industry, the takeout between them lost to racing must come to far more than needed to save everything associated with Kimberly, the fact that an entire racing community must relocate as well as losing another racecourse is the decision where as a cut in excessive salaries could simply save the entire situation saving hundreds and hundreds of jobs, shame on the lot of you, not a single one of you is a true racing man, I David Safi challenge the lot of you to man up.
The bottom line is that Phumelela big wigs are not the best from a business perspective. Have they tried any turnaround strategies to revive horseracing in centres.
From my perspective, the sand track kept racing interests alive on Mondays. There were decent fields and you needed a challenge to find winners.
Practically all of the month end Mondays was handed over to Fairview for reasons best known to the Phumelela top dogs. For this reason and the mistreatment of Flamingo Park, it did not take rocket science to determine the intentions of Phumelela.
Their actions are disgraceful and I hope that there is some interest from the overseas racing enthusiasts to revive the sport of Kings in the Northern Cape.
It would appear that the fate of Flamingo Park was determined some time ago but the announcement only recently made.
On a visit to Flamingo nine years ago to open an outlet for BW I was overwhelmed when meeting with the racing community, grooms included, in Kimberley.
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