By Peter Quilty
Life’s lessons learned in racing have moulded Robert Camilleri as a man – and a greyhound trainer.
He’s received many pearls of wisdom from luminaries in his chosen sport and profession. And, surprisingly, the thoroughbred and harness codes.
“My father, Ricky, was a jockey and he loved all racing animals,” Camilleri said. “He actually was Malta’s leading hoop for many years, and was invited to ride for the Queen.”
Camilleri added that, as a teenager, the family couldn’t afford to buy a racehorse, so they “got the next best thing” – a greyhound.
“Later, I ran a refrigerated meat business with a mate, and Read full article