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Waterhouse and Smith : the rise to power of two racing dynasties

by John Ellicott

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Join us for a glass of bubbles and an entertaining journey through the greatest horse racing families in Australia. If the Melbourne Cup is the race that stops the nation, then Waterhouse and Smith are the two names that capture Australia?s fascination with racing. The stories of the two big dominators of Australian racing, trainer Tommy Smith and bookmaker Bill Waterhouse - whose families joined together through the marriage of Robbie Waterhouse and Gai Smith - have long been of interest to people, both on and off the track. This book is the unauthorized biography that provides a rare insight into the world of Australia?s most famous racing dynasties. -- Publisher details.… (more)

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