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.
Nanango Race Club will be holding its Nanango Cup Race Meeting at the Lee Park Racecourse on Saturday.
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.
Horse racing returned to the South Burnett on Saturday after an absence of almost six months … and the smiles on the faces of fans were easy to see.
After an absence of several months due to pandemic concerns, racing will finally resume in the South Burnett at Lee Park this Saturday.
Nanango Race Club will be holding its August Race Meeting at the Lee Park Racecourse on Saturday.
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.
Nanango Race Club will receive $65,000 from the State Government to replace ageing infrastructure at the Lee Park track.
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.
Toowoomba Mayor Paul Antonio has paid tribute to legendary Australian jockey Darby McCarthy OAM who died on Wednesday aged 76.
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.
South Burnett race clubs will be taking an enforced break over the next two months – and possibly longer – due to COVID-19.