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RIP Ray Burgess

Matthew Clark
Australia
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29 Jun 2020 05:07


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Today I learnt of the passing of my old mate Ray Burgess of SA. I first was introduced to Ray when I wanted to place my dog Kapalos with a trainer in SA. He did a magnificent job with her and we remained in close contact ever since. Ray up until last week would ring me 2-3 times a week, yes he would tell me the same story but as he would say ‘that doesn’t matter’ he was very proud of his latest two bitches, one in particular. I remember seeing one of them win last Thursday night, and was looking forward to this weeks call to congratulate him, but that won’t be.
Ray was a take no bullshit kind of person which I totally admired; he called a spade a spade. I send my condolences to his son and family and friends. This news has totally shattered me today

RIP old mate




Jamie Quinlivian
Australia
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29 Jun 2020 08:31


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That's really sad to hear.
He was a nice guy. I was very happy to see him train a winner last Thursday in Bangor Sophia.

Rest in Peace Ray.
Condolences and prayers to the family.


Sandro Bechini
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29 Jun 2020 10:34


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Jamie Quinlivian wrote:

That's really sad to hear.
He was a nice guy. I was very happy to see him train a winner last Thursday in Bangor Sophia.

Rest in Peace Ray.
Condolences and prayers to the family.

Who wins again tonight...the angels are out in force

RIP Ray

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