Racegoers at Lee Park on Saturday will take special interest in the last leg of the Burnett To The Beach series.
There are strong rays of hope that this weekend’s racing in Queensland will escape all the latest weather upheavals.
UPDATE: Saturday’s race meeting has been abandoned due to the rain. Racing will now go ahead at Nanango on Sunday, May 29.
I wonder what the pioneers who put together the first Burrandowan race meeting on Burra Burri Road at Chahpingah would make of this year’s event?
The Anzac Day fixture at Wondai was one of thrills and spills.
After Hannah and Glenn Richardson advanced their attack for premiership honours at Nanango on Easter Saturday, a different clash will unfold at Wondai on Monday.
The Glenn Richardson trained I Am Fearless humped 64 kilograms to victory at Gympie last Saturday.
Former Oakey trainer Patrick Sexton had a very profitable time at his first try on his new home ground at Lee Park.
After Aypeetee’s November victory at Mount Perry, Nanango’s Glenn and Hannah Richardson have had a frustrating run.
As Les “Bubba” Tilley approached the Doomben winning post on the back of V.J. Day earlier this month, he expressed his primary thoughts by pointing skywards.
Peter Thornton was on to a good thing when he put his Red Dazzler mare Miss Bam to Better Than Ready.
If Kitty Kat’s Kitten strikes form in the first race at Kumbia on Tuesday, some lucky punters will have backed the Whittington mare because of the pink silks worn by Hannah Phillips.
It was very fitting that female riders dominated the show at last Saturday’s Wondai race meeting that included the running of the Monica Ryan Demircan Memorial.
Three years ago, South Burnett identities Wayne and Eleanor Kratzmann headed to Victoria to pursue a new adventure.
The part-owner of two Melbourne Cup heroes has added a Lee Park double to his list of credits.
This weekend’s five event program at Lee Park has attracted 73 acceptors that include 15 reserves … so there will be plenty of equine competitors and 18 jockeys have early bookings.
South Burnett players relished special moments at Lee Park earlier this month.
Saturday’s XXXX Fitzroy Hotel Cheers Liquor House Nanango Cup day has attracted players returning to the scene of previous joyful jaunts.
The Lewis Duff Memorial Handicap is the main event that will open proceedings at Wondai on Saturday.
On July 31, 25-year-old Jamie Kah will officially become Melbourne’s premier jockey for the 2020-21 season.