Because they are so desperate to have this track they don't want people to know just how fragile this whole proposal is .
But they don't get that their lack of transparency is the biggest white flag , give people the respect of full disclosure and they more are inclined to participate with a more positive attitude . Unfortunately years of this ingrained behaviour is tough to break . This is not a behaviour that happens only in racing tho .
I just don't understand why the secret squirrel's.
We wouldn't even be discussing this if decades of over priced management hadn't made so many poor decisions and squandered resources. We forget that history at our peril.
I work in a different manner to what I wrote about so being organised means I have spare time.
I just really detest bullshit.
HRNZ eliminate clubs by taking away their dates causing great angst and a loss of social fabric in the local town and then reinstate them with no real explanation, let alone logic.
The CEO gets appointed permanently in an update written by the appointed CEO and then realising the error of their ways and lack of process they have a proper announcement a few days later.
And these people run the show? If you pay attention it is a mess.
If any sort of substandard feasibility study had been done they would already have a reasonable understanding of what the maintenance costs were going to be , a simple phone call to a club already utilizing one would give you a fair indication .
No that one is too tough , but they can say that they are going to increase numbers trained there by double , that would be the biggest intangible of the lot for them to predict , but no they have that one down pat but we can't say , even roughly , what the maintenance costs will be .
I'm calling bullshit on that on as well .
And , if they happen to be correct about the increase in horse numbers , that 16 mtr wide A/W is going to feckin congested in a morning , you might end up getting pushed back to a 1pm slot .