A night harness race meeting has been scheduled at Burnie on May 16 (Friday) 2014 subject to a satisfactory ‘test run’ at trials on May 9 (Friday). The installation of…Read More
TALENTED apprentice Millie “Smiley” Whitehouse-Summers celebrated her first double when she guided Magestic Impulse and Willow The Wisp to victory on her home track at Spreyton on Easter Monday. Whitehouse-Summers…Read More
SPREYTON trainer Dean Wells has no big plans for his in-form mare Magestic Impulse but he is looking forward to getting the lightly raced five-year-old over more ground in the…Read More
MINUTE REPEATER confirmed his status as one of Tasmania’s most promising gallopers when he powered his way an emphatic win in the $20,000 Fay’s Jewelers Diamond Stakes over 1150 metres…Read More
WITH the exception of a second placing in a maiden-class one trial at Spreyton today it was the Barry Campbell-Ismail Toker show. Campbell and his stable apprentice combined to win…Read More
The Liberal Government is committed to Tasmanian racing and creating a strategic long term plan to grow the industry and make it self-sustaining. An exciting program of thoroughbred racing is…Read More
BRIGHTON greyhound trainer Brendan Pursell has at least one of his kennel tenants in next week’s Betfair Classic final for grades four and five sprinters courtesy of Despicable Matt scoring…Read More
SOME of Tasmania’s best grades four and five greyhounds will take centre stage at Devonport today in heats of the Betfair Classic over 452 metres. Groovy Lane will line up…Read More
WHEN the judge confirmed a dead-heat between Thorn Man and Am I There Yet in the Deloraine Easter Cup at Spreyton yesterday the trainer’s of both horses had mixed feelings…Read More
AFTER blitzing a star-studded field in the Easter Plate final in Hobart last Thursday night Underclass Hero delivered another top class performance to win a heat of the Illingworth Classic…Read More
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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.