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Articles by Bob Gosford

Borroloola Amateur Race Club Campdraft, Gymkhana and Rodeo – Part 4 – the Bullriders

Bullriders are, for mine, the crazy-brave guys of the rodeo. Bullriding, according to this outline, is perhaps the most dangerous rodeo event: “It’s not if you get hurt, it’s when,” and nearly every bull rider can attest to the truth of that saying. … As with bareback riding, and saddle bronc, bull riders ride with [...]

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Borroloola Campdraft, Gymkhana and Rodeo 2014. Part 3 – Bucking broncs

Saddle Bronc Riding stems back to the taming and training of wild horses for farm transport and hunting. Some horses would not submit easily and so the contest began. Today, the event is a stylised and highly skilled event on the rodeo circuit.

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Borroloola Campdraft, Gymkhana and Rodeo 2014. Part 2 – the junior gymkhana

The future stars of horse sports in the Gulf Country at the Borroloola Amateur Race Club (B.A.R.C) Campdraft, Gymkhana and Rodeo meeting at Borroloola rodeo ground last weekend.

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Borroloola Campdraft, Gymkhana and Rodeo 2014. Part 1 – “in the camp … “

Borroloola in the 1880′s: “This town and district are in a state of terror for want of police protection. All the outlaws from Queensland seem to flock here, knowing there is no law to limit them from committing crimes. Horses are stolen, forgeries are committed , all kinds of robberies, debts refused to be settled, all sorts of acts of violence, even a case of sodomy on a drunken man is reported … “

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The Sharks ‘offer’ – another set back for the credibility of anti-doping in Australia

Martin Hardie: “Actions like this by ASADA only serve to further undermine the public’s faith in the anti-doping system. We can only hope that the Federal Government properly reviews the operations of ASADA to restore faith in the anti-doping system and to create some semblance of fairness for athletes.”

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East Timor’s media law unconstitutional – Court of Appeal

Jose Belo: “The Courts today have upheld our constitution, which we fought so hard for. This is a victory for the East Timorese people. The government is trying to stop freedom of the media and freedom of expression … It would now seem our politicians need help from the lawmakers to understand what the constitution means.”

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Elliott, NT. The town the Northern Territory forgot …

“This is just bullshit; it’s all gone backwards. Everything goes to Tennant Creek (headquarters of Barkly Council). We want to get Elliott going again, but Tennant Creek just shoots us down in flames,” Councillor Ray Aylett.

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NT Parliament calls for Foundation 51 inquiry. CLP spits dummy.

Gerry Wood: “People in the NT would like to know what the truth is, they want to see a system of elections that is not tainted, they want to see a government bringing out policies that are not favoured or tainted by whether someone is a donor to the party.”

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Peter Maley SM: Fit to sit?

Russell Goldflam: As I stated, “ … for a judicial officer to publicly continue an association with a political party is inconsistent with the principle of both impartiality and judicial independence”. That is my firm view.

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Peter Maley. 100% Territorian

Stipendiary Magistrate Peter Maley at 100% Darwin: “I’m currently a magistrate, I don’t know for how long.”

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