Nanango will be holding a patron-free race meeting on Easter Saturday as Queensland struggles to keep its racing industry alive during the COVID-19 crisis.
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
Nanango Race Club’s Valentine’s Day meeting had one more race than initially expected, giving punters a bonus at Lee Park’s first meeting of the year.
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
Nanango Race Club will be holding Lee Park’s first race meeting of the year this Saturday, February 15
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.
Nanango’s special Christmas race meeting on Sunday had everything … spills, thrills and even a spot of cooling rain between races.
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
The Nanango Race Club will be holding its annual Christmas Race Meeting at the Lee Park Raceway on Sunday, December 1.
On A Comet, a lightly raced son of the unraced Redoute’s Choice mare Starwish, brightened Gympie racecourse on Saturday
Trainer David Reynolds and his jockey-wife Leeanne McCoy scaled the heights at Mount Perry on Saturday.
Police from the Queensland Racing Crime Squad have charged a 25-year-old Toowoomba man as part of an ongoing investigation into suspected horse doping.
Oakey trainer Graham Banks was victorious in the 1998 Bat Out Of Hell Flying at the Gold Coast with Royal Rego, piloted by Mick Dittman
Hats off to the Kumbia Races … literally! Despite the incredibly windy conditions, the annual Kumbia Cup race went off with only a few hitches on Tuesday.
While serious punters will have done some exhaustive study before they head to the Kumbia betting ring on Cup day, other patrons will just be looking to have fun
The Kumbia Race Club will be holding its popular Melbourne Cup race meeting this Tuesday, November 5
Rookie Ipswich trainer Darren Evans is experiencing a lucky streak in more ways than one, and the change of of fortune is timely.