Tony Quinn recovery – request for video message / photo

As you may be aware, on Saturday 9th July Tony Quinn was attending a race meeting and was involved in a high speed, heavy accident.  The road to recovery will be long and very difficult, he has suffered significant injuries including several broken bones, a punctured lung & is still in hospital. 

He is humbled by the outpouring of concern for him, to ensure that all these amazing messages of support can get to TQ we are producing one large video that we can play for him. The video will be private and used only for this purpose (no public usage).  

To make this happen for TQ we are requesting you either, 

Record a short video message (approximately 20 seconds)      


Send a photo of yourself along with a short written message 

Now, these are messages for Tony Quinn… so they should reflect the person they’re being sent to and help motivate his recovery.

Please feel free to share a joke, any great stories you have and generally have fun with your message of support. 

Quality isn’t important – it’s the message that counts – but, if possible, please try to record in a quiet location!!  

We are aiming to prepare the video and show Tony as soon as possible so are asking for all submissions by the end of this week (Friday July 15th). 

Anything you can provide us will be immensely helpful and very much appreciated. 

How to send your message

We have outlined a few different ways to send you message below. They will be collated by Ben Sale at Other Side Productions who has been producing videos for Tony for many years.  The contact details for delivery are either or 0434 906 673 

Apple iPhone 

The easiest way to send a large file is via iCloud. 

From the Photos app, select the video/photo to be sent, then tap the share icon (bottom left corner). 

Tap the mail icon and wait while your phone prepares the video (this may take a little while if you’ve prepared a longer video). 

Compose an email to and hit send. 

If the file is large, you’ll get a pop-up window saying, “This attachment may be too large,” – tap the “Use Mail Drop” option.  

The email should now send & we will be able to download it from the cloud shortly. 


Start the Google Photos app on your phone.

Find the video you want to share, then tap and hold it until the toolbar appears at the top of the screen. 

Tap the Share icon.In the pop-up window, tap “Create link.”

After a moment, you’ll see a message that the link has been copied.  

Tap the app you want to share the link in.

You can either use email and send to or text the link to 0434 906 673 

Other options 

If either of these options aren’t suitable is the easiest free solution on the market for larger file transfer.

Visit their website and follow the prompts to send to  

If you prefer to use Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive (or any other file transfer service) we are happy to receive files this way.

Please email to 

You can also text your video / photo to 0434 906 673. This will be lower quality than the above means, but is still okay. 

Thanks again for your support. 


0434 906 673