Wednesday, July 6, 2022

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Narrandera Cup, 17 July 2022

Narrandera Race Club Sunday 17 July Sky 1 Showcase TAB$250, 000 Prize MoneyQPL Fashions on the Field8 races Gates open at 11 amFull catering and bar...

Sassy Choice holds the key at Port Macquarie on Saturday

There will be great interest surrounding the chances of Sassy Choice when the former Victorian takes her place in the Dux Hot Water Handicap on Fisher Plumbing Raceday at Port Macquarie on Saturday 2 July ... Ben Looker made the trip to Newcastle to pilot the filly in the trial and has retained the mount on Saturday and this could provide the added confidence for victory with Miss Marcie providing the strongest competition following a decisive recent win at Grafton.

The Melbourne Cup is coming to Tullibigeal!

Tullibigeal Picnic Race Club Inc., Media Release, 27 June 2022

Laura back with a bang

Cape York Peninsula’s biggest annual event, the Laura rodeo and races, roared back to life over the weekend. The tiny town of Laura, with a normal population of 200, swelled to around 3000 as thousands came from far and wide to be a part of what was once an annual event.

Winning treble

Baringhup’s McKnight Racing had an amazing day at Donald Racing Club last week. They had their first-ever ‘Winning Treble’. This is quite a feat for a stable that has only around 12 to 15 horses in work at a time!

Cairns trainer eyeing off feature events at Laura

Prominent Cairns trainer Stephen Massingham is unlikely to be recognised by regular bush punters at Laura this weekend, but it's not because he's rarely sighted at the non TABs. "I've lost 45kg," ... The rapid weight loss hasn't led to a loss in ability, with the Far North's top trainer still knocking up winners across the region.

Talmoi Picnic Races, 25 June 2022

Talmoi Amateur Picnic Races

Tambo Valley Cup picture gallery

A great day was had by all at Swifts Creek, Tambo Valley, Victoria on Sunday 17 April to watch the running of a full card of races, including, for horses, the Tambo Valley Cup, won by 'Flying Basil' and, for humans of all ages, foot races.

Yorikiri to complete hat trick at Port

Monday's postponed Port Macquarie race meeting has been rescheduled to Thursday (2nd June). Fields remain unchanged with scratchings reinstated ... With two recent victories on the north coast under his belt, Yorikiri is poised to continue his great run of success in the GemLife Rainbow Beach Benchmark 58 Handicap at Port Macquarie.

Atlantis Beach set for a seven-day back up

Gingin trainer Cliff Green has Atlantis Beach on a seven-day back up after his win in the Crown Perth Handicap (1600m) on Roma Cup day ... while carrying 58kg, 18hh Atlantis Beach finished one and three-quarter lengths clear of his closest opposition to nail the second win of his career.

And they’re racing! Robert Onfray

“We’re off to the Landor Races” ... “Where is Landor?” ... “About a 12-hour drive away. The nearest town is Meekatharra, some 270 kilometres away from Landor” ... “So what’s at Landor?” ... “Nothing, just the racetrack.”

Ash Morgan dominates Port racing on Sunday

A riding treble by Ash Morgan propelled the popular jockey towards a season milestone of one hundred victories and highlighted racing action at the Port Macquarie meeting on Sunday.

Excelleration steals the cluBarham Kerang Cup

Kendall Jennings. The annual Kerang Turf Club Easter Races was once again a drawcard for Kerang with its seven-race afternoon on Saturday, April 16. In superb weather, punters were treated to fashions on the field, Easter Bunny and spectacular racing on the iconic flood irrigated circuit.

Robarge to salute in flood appeal race day at Port on Sunday

With two recent victories and a narrow Scone placing under her belt, Robarge indicates the rise in class will not be a concern in the Coastal Fire Protection Handicap on Flood Appeal Race Day at Port Macquarie on Sunday.

Racing NSW launches Equimillion – A $1 million equestrian event for retired Thoroughbred racehorses

Equimillion will showcase the versatility and suitability of Thoroughbreds for careers outside of racing, with the inaugural event to be held on the October long weekend in 2023. The $1 million plus in prizemoney on offer at Equimillion will be distributed across a range of disciplines and classes in the biggest two-day equestrian event ever to be held in NSW.

Our annual Tullibigeal Picnic Races was another huge success

Racegoers were treated to a wonderful day of perfect weather and family fun. We had Country Racing Icon, Col Hodges calling the race, our grounds were beautiful and green, the race track carefully maintained and our new under cover betting area further improved our annual Tulli Race Meet.

Grafton to host $75000 greyhound race

Emma Pritchard. The Grafton Greyhound Racing Club will host several races in a new feature series worth more than $200000 following a stunning announcement by Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW). Set to become the world’s richest race over a short distance course, The Thunderbolt series will include qualifying heats held at eight regional venues, a semi-final and final.

Head up to the High Country for the Tambo Valley Cup on 17 April 2022!

The Tambo Valley Picnic Races, held on the outskirts of Swifts Creek on the Great Alpine Road, have been entertaining crowds in the beautiful high country of Victoria's East Gippsland region for 123 years.

Dederang Picnic Races round-up

Mount Beauty and District Community Bank Dederang Races held on Saturday 27 February were a huge success with a crowd of over 2000 packed in on a beautiful 25°C day in the valley.

Luscinia flies at Port on Friday

The Kris Lees stable has enjoyed a great run of success in recent times and another rising star of the team was produced when Luscinia kept his unblemished record intact by saluting in the Kennards Hire Handicap at Port Macquarie on Friday.

Annual Hillston Races, 2 April 2022

Hillston Jockey Club Inc

Hinnomunjie Picnic Races, 12 March 2022 – The day in pictures

Omeo & District Racing Club, photos by Daysy.

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