Everything was big at Nanango’s Autumn race meeting on Saturday … a good crowd, a huge seven-race card and large cash prizes in the fashion competition.
Nanango Race Club will be running its next-to-last meeting for the 2022-23 racing season at Lee Park this Saturday (May 20).
Burrandowan Picnic Races has battled winds and rain in recent years, but the 101st meeting on Saturday went off without a hitch.
The Burrandowan Picnic Race Club will be holding its 101st Race Meeting at the Burrandowan Racecourse, 66km west of Kingaroy, on Saturday (May 6).
Although last year’s racing program was washed out after the opening event, the Burrandowan Picnic Race Club’s Centenary celebrations continued on their merry way with the covered betting ring and the hall proving to be invaluable assets.
A huge crowd headed to the Wondai Racecourse on Tuesday after Anzac Day commemorations.
The South Burnett Race Club will be holding its traditional Anzac Day Race Meeting on Tuesday, April 25.
The South Burnett Race Club’s traditionally popular April 25 fixture has attracted enough acceptors for a six-race card on Tuesday.
A good crowd turned out at Nanango’s Lee Park racecourse on Easter Saturday to enjoy the racing, and wish local identities Barry and Mary Green a happy Golden Wedding anniversary.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s popular Easter race meeting on Saturday, April 6.
Veteran race caller Ross Stanley has called his last meeting at the Lee Park track in Nanango.
Saturday’s “Vale Jack Murray Burnett to the Beach Benchmark 55 Handicap” is a fitting tribute to the late patron and life member of Eidsvold Race Club.
It was truly “ladies day” at the Nanango Race Club’s annual Valentine’s Day meeting at the Lee Park course last Saturday.
Hannah Phillips was all smiles at Nanango Race Club’s February 2021 meeting when she took out the Maiden on Kitty Kat’s Kitten.
Nanango Race Club will be holding its traditional Valentine’s Day meeting on Saturday (February 11).
Nanango Race Club’s first fixture for 2023 – on Saturday, February 11 – will again feature the popular Pretty In Pink theme.
Apprentice Landan Sykes, 18, made quite an impression when he landed a double at Lee Park at the beginning of this month.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has congratulated three South Burnett Race Clubs which have been successful in securing funding through the Country Racing Program for important upgrades.
Saturday’s principal event at Nanango Race Club’s “Jingle All The Way” Christmas meeting is the running of the fourth heat of the Burnett to the Beach Series.
The Nanango Race Club will be holding its annual Christmas Race Meeting at the Lee Park Raceway on Saturday, December 3.