Cat lovers and omen punters would have cleaned up at the recent Nanango meeting when Kitty Kat’s Kitten licked her rivals in the Timbertowner’s Car Detailing QTIS Maiden Plate (1200m).
Nanango’s first race meeting for 2021 attracted a keen crowd of racegoers on Saturday, all keen to be “in the pink” for Valentines Day.
Wondai trainer Kristen Wenck and jockey Kelly Gates finished off 2020 in fine style, courtesy of Allena’s victory at $41 in the $17,000 Benchmark 55 Handicap for Fillies and Mares (1200m) at Kilcoy.
Nanango Race Club will be holding its first race meeting for the year – the always popular Valentine’s Day annual event – at Lee Park on Saturday (February 13).
Trainers Lindsay Anderson, Glenn Richardson, Barry Phillips and Kym Afford have already saddled winners in 2021.
During December, several racing players have come by a variety of pre-festive season presents.
Nanango’s Lee Park hosted a large crowd of racegoers on Saturday for its annual Christmas Races, despite the sweltering temperatures.
Lee Park racecourse will be the venue for a lot of pre-Christmas gatherings on Saturday.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding its annual Christmas Race Meeting at the Lee Park Raceway on Saturday, December 5.
Kumbia Race Club has been holding meetings on Melbourne Cup Day for 50 years … which is why a visit to the “Flemington Of The Bush” has become an annual ritual for many South Burnett residents.
The Kumbia Race Club will be holding its annual Melbourne Cup race meeting this Tuesday, November 3.
Kumbia, along with any number of Australian racecourses, will soon create a weird record.
Queensland businessman – and long-time financial supporter of the LNP – Ian McCauley OAM has died.
Mahratta won the Wondai Cup on Saturday but there were no crowds to cheer the gelding home … or punters tearing up tickets.
Gayndah is certainly a happy hunting ground for Nanango jockey Hannah Richardson.
Wondai Race Club will be holding its annual Caulfield Cup race meeting – usually one of its biggest meetings of the year – at the Wondai Racecourse in Baynes Street on Saturday (October 17).
The result of the recent Nanango Cup has made form students wince.
The South Burnett Race Club will be holding its annual Caulfield Cup meeting at Wondai racecourse as planned on Saturday, October 17, but the public won’t be able to attend.
Nanango Race Club’s Spring race meeting on Saturday was full or surprises … and one of the biggest was the size of the crowd that packed Lee Park.
Saturday’s $10,250 Fitzroy Hotel Cheers Drought Master Lager Nanango Cup (1600m) is a weighty problem.