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Russell Cameron Returning To Train In Victoria

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    Posted: 19 Mar 2008 at 7:12pm

Russell Cameron, who left Australia in 2003 to train in Macau & has spent the last 3 years training in New Zealand in partnership with Gareth McRae, has been granted a licence to operate again in Victoria. Cameron, 49, confirmed he will be based at Riverend Park on the outskirts of Melbourne, but also retain his NZ partnership with McRae at Pukekohe. Cameron explained: "It's come about through one of my clients going into a joint venture with the owner of Riverend Park." (Mar 19)
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Wonder where that leaves Brian Jenkins
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the villain returns
computer says no
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bartsimpson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Mar 2008 at 7:53pm
ask him how much he got for his contribtution to the Sporting Hero race victory at donald back in the 90's
computer says no
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Ahhh Sporting Hero now theres a horse,

Bart for the record Sporting hero won two races at Donald his first win by 6.5L and his second by 2L Russell Cameron never had a horse in the second race and Sporting Hero smashed them in his first race so I have no Idea what you are implying please elaborate????

 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bartsimpson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Mar 2008 at 8:51pm
have a look at what he had in the first race, where it came from to travel in that race , and the form it had leading into that first race,(and what assistance as a red red hot fave it gave to holding up Sporting Hero's price)  then have a look at its "bad luck" out of the barriers...oh an ps i never made any mention of sportings second race
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That's great, was always a fan of Russell.
Istidaad kicking strongly, he's 2 lengths clear, Crawl gets out from a well back and old Mustard is grinding home... Hang on, Treasury Notes gets out from the back and she'll blouse them all!
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long memories here boys.lol
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Now where are those old Warrants? Ermm
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Yeah I used to love backing Russell's in races they had been set for.
 
And he is a trainer who is happy to go for the small chocolates and live off the punt, welcome back sir Thumbs%20Up Thumbs%20Up
 
As for Brian Jenkins I think some horses and jockeys have been lucky to win Melbourne Cups but I also think Brian Jenkins goes into that category. 
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Stable is flying at the moment with young Scott in charge
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Gee, that Riverend property is quite a spread.  Check out the slideshow....click on the picture

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Another winner for Russ today. Strike rate this season must be pretty good
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striking at around 37% in the calendar year of 2017
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I boogi in the last today
Just wins imo
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Took a double into Russian Revo....i like a cameron runner on the move.
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Didn't let down on that ground
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Just mentioned on racing.com that Russell passed away this morning aged 61. He had been fighting dementia for a couple of years.
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RIP to a great guy
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Hell of a nice guy and could train , had one with him early 2000’s and was a straight shooter , knew when to bet .
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Farewell to a true gentleman. Russell was a hell of a good bloke, gave us our first fully owned city winner when Kiriwake saluted at 80/1 one day :) Always good for a spare box when we traveled one from interstate to run in SA. Heaps of fun when we visited for the yearling sales. A really lovely man. RIP Russell, I am glad your suffering is over. xxx
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Spot on VSP, I knew Russell from his days when they used to bring horses over to MEL and stay at Brian Ralphs, Ted was a great Dad and mentor to Russell and Russ was one trainers son that inherited the ability gene, just a lovely friendly, genuine nice man.......Torment is over, fly high Russ.

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