Fine Cotton Stripe Shirt
Fine Cotton Stripe Shirt – Going out and wanting to go ALL out – This is THE Shirt
Summer and Winter – always looking good
We have seen these shirts worn in Tropical conditions and still look great at the end of a humid day
Unlike most of our products – you may need to get an iron onto this one – but so worth it to look so Good
Men’s Single pocket, classic fit, long sleeve shirt
Size – XS – 5XL
Colour – Blue/White, Emerald/White, Navy/White, Red/White Stripes
• Crafted from 100% High Count, Easy Care Fine Cotton
• Timeless Classic Stripe Design
• Single Left-Chest Pocket
• Classic Fit Styling
• Adjustable Cuff
• Designed for comfort and style
• UPF 50+ meets Australian standard AS/NZS 4399:2017
Fine Cotton Stripe Shirt Size Charts
It began with paint on a horse’s hooves. It ended with a pink highlighter.
On August 18, 1984, a country gelding unsuited to top-class city racing named Fine Cotton displayed uncharacteristic pace to lead all the way and win by a nose in the Novice Handicap at Eagle Farm in Brisbane. Bookmakers at the track, who had been offering odds of as much as 33/1 on the horse, sensed a ring-in.
The stewards were called in to investigate.
The prime piece of evidence was a sizable quantity of white paint found on the horse’s hooves. It promptly emerged that Fine Cotton was not Fine Cotton at all, but a well-regarded open-class galloper named Bold Personality.
In November 1984, Robbie Waterhouse, his father Bill, Canberra bookmaker Peter McCoy and five others were found by the Australian Jockey Club to have had prior knowledge of the substitution. They were “warned off” for as long as the AJC saw fit – a punishment which effectively prevented them from attending any race meeting in the world.