Tasracing has angrily rejected claims that the thoroughbred track at The TOTE Racing Centre is unsafe for racing at the weekend. Chief executive officer Eliot Forbes said safety and animal…Read More
ONE of Australia’s most successful thoroughbred trainers Chris Waller will be a special guest of the Tasmanian Turf Club at Mowbray racecourse tonight. Waller is the star of “A Night…Read More
WHEN well bred dog Elle Don won on debut at Devonport in February his trainer Russell Watts predicted a bright future for the son of Cosmic Rumble. But after his…Read More
WESLEY VALE trainer John Keys is hoping his four-year-old mare Volcanic Sky can realise the potential she showed as a youngster and win her way through to open company. Volcanic…Read More
WITH Todd Rattray out of action with a broken left wrist, his father Barrie Rattray has been forced to take on most of the stable drives and he continues to…Read More
STAR Tasmanian galloper The Cleaner will have his next start in an open handicap over 1600 metres at Moonee Valley on Saturday week (August 2). The Cleaner was a game…Read More
PROMISING two-year-old pacer One Mans Pass is likely to be a travelling companion for his high-profiled stablemate Barynya when she embarks on a trip to Victoria in a fortnight to…Read More
TALENTED juvenile greyhound Ireland’s Force will be out to make amends for being beaten when sent out an odds-on favourite in Hobart last Thursday night when she takes on a…Read More
VICTORIAN-OWNED greyhound Her Highness caused the biggest upset on the 10-event card in Launceston last night when she powered her way to victory in the Division One final of the…Read More
Tasracing is the corporate entity which governs the racing industry in Tasmania. Tasracing provides the strategic direction and funding required to produce quality racing products that meet customer demands in a globally competitive industry.
Tasracing is responsible for the development of racing and breeding, the funding of clubs as well as providing stakes, media rights and managing racing venues. Tasracing provides a commercially viable future of racing in Tasmania by offering the highest quality data on racing form, track conditions and premium racing events and carnivals. By adopting the latest technology in racing infrastructure, visual content and product data, Tasmania will develop a global reputation of racing excellence.
Tasracing was established by a special Act of Parliament in November 2008 to assist the industry in planning and promoting Tasmanian racing to new and developing markets. Ultimately, this will assist the industry to be financially sustainable and viable protecting the future of everyone involved.