BRIGHTON trainer has enjoyed a lot of success with his team of two-year-olds this season and he unearthed another that could end up being the pick of the crop. Geegees…Read More
GOODWOOD-BASED greyhound trainer Graeme Moate should feel confident heading into tonight’s meeting at Tattersall’s Park in Hobart. Moate has pre-post favourites in the two heats of the Middle Distance Championship…Read More
TASMANIA’S racing industry is in mourning over the death of one of its favourite stalwarts Michael Hodgman QC AM. The former barrister and state and federal politician passed away peacefully…Read More
QUALITY Tasmanian mare Black ‘N’ Tough will head to Melbourne next week on a hit and run mission at MooneeValley. Black ‘N’ Tough resumed from a spell with a courageous…Read More
STAR Tasmanian staying greyhound Bell Haven is likely to start a warm favourite in the Listed Superstayers Invitation race over 720 metres at Albion Park in Queensland on Thursday night….Read More
HELLYEAH Missile looks set to make emends for a narrow defeat in the division three GOTBAT final in Hobart last week when he lines up in a graded juvenile event…Read More
SCOTTSDALE harness racing trainer Wayne Campbell was disappointed his home-grown pacer Riverboat Jasper had limited opportunities as a two-year-old last season due to illness and injury but the gelding looks…Read More
SHE’S ALL CLASS will only need to mirror her performance in a heat of the Tasmanian Oaks to take out the final in Launceston next Monday night. The David Crosswell-trained…Read More
TOP greyhound trainer Ted Medhurst declared his talented young dog Buckle Up Wes was potentially the “real deal” following his impressive Tasmanian Derby heat win over 515 metres in Launceston…Read More
The TOTE Distance Championship over 720 metres is the feature race on a huge program of greyhound racing at the TOTE Racing Centre in Launceston tonight. After two strong heats…Read More
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