Kumbia, along with any number of Australian racecourses, will soon create a weird record.
Gayndah is certainly a happy hunting ground for Nanango jockey Hannah Richardson.
The result of the recent Nanango Cup has made form students wince.
Saturday’s $10,250 Fitzroy Hotel Cheers Drought Master Lager Nanango Cup (1600m) is a weighty problem.
For much of Rebecca Wilson’s career to date, an eerie quietness has enveloped her workplace.
Several runners at the recent Nanango fixture have since improved their incomes.
Sadly, most South Burnett stables have not enjoyed much luck in recent weeks.
In late May, Jason Hoopert suffered damage to four vertebrae when his mount Chantilly Bay broke down in the straight at Mount Isa’s Buchanan Park racecourse.
Hopefully Nicole Vuille, 29, will soon saddle up her first winner.
One very pleasing upside of Mothers Day this year was that folk were permitted to travel for family celebrations.
Apparently the words favour and grace are two meanings of Hannah, a name with Hebrew origins.
Despite the reduced opportunities, South Burnett players are attending to their cash flows
At present, horse racing (and life in general) is a little akin to the trials and tribulations weathered by jumps jockeys.
Trainer Janene Armstrong and her fellow part owner Barry Goodwill chalked up their second victory with First Bid when the chestnut saluted Benchmark 50 Handicap (850m) at Gympie on March 7.
The Central Queensland port of Gladstone has become a haven for trainer Barry Phillips and his jockey-daughter Hannah.
Leading trainer Nanango Glenn Richardson has experienced the industry’s highs and lows lately
Last year, Hivesville trainer Lindsay Anderson tightened the race day girth for 25 runners, and accrued six wins courtesy of Clouds, Kentford and Momentum Glory, along with six placings
Several South Burnett players have kicked off the calendar year in winning style.
Racing on the first Saturday of this month produced an extra bonus for South Burnett jockey Hannah Phillips.
Although Lee Park is a long way away from Santa’s cottage, there will be a jolly roll up of horses and racegoers keen to kick off the festive season on Sunday