THE training partnership of David and Scott Brunton enjoyed another great season with the father and son duo snaring their fifth consecutive trainer’s premiership. Before teaming up with his son,…Read More
TOP Tasmanian jockey Brendon McCoull celebrated another great season by winning his 14th Tasmanian jockeys’ premiership. McCoull rode 80 winners, which was seven more than he collected the previous season….Read More
TALENTED Tasmanian reinsman John Walters secured a race-to-race double in Launceston on Sunday night. Walters guided Juffs Crossing to a game win before giving Karalta Dazzler a gun run to…Read More
STAR Tasmanian pacer Beautide will contest a trial at Menangle today over 1609 metres in what will be his first solid hit-out since winning the Len Smith Mile in April….Read More
HOBART Cup-winning trainer Jason Clifford ended his training career on a high when his Group 2-placed gelding Prince Obama won a Benchmark 62 Handicap in Launceston last Sunday. The significance…Read More
Wagering turnover on Tasmanian racing in 2013/14 grew by $41.9 million to $445.6 million (2012/13: $403.7 million). Tasracing chief executive Eliot Forbes said this 10.4 per cent growth was an…Read More
CONSISTENT place-getting greyhound Enfield Mask gets his chance to notch his second career win in a juvenile event over 452 metres at Devonport today. The Graeme Barber-trained bitch is not…Read More
ONE of Tasmania’s most successful jockeys Stephen Maskiell confirmed yesterday that he has retired from race riding. Maskiell, 51, had been contemplating hanging up his riding boots for some time…Read More
VETERAN Tasmanian harness racing owner-trainer Brian Mackrill wasn’t surprised to see well bred pacer Juffs Crossing win the Tasmanian Horse Transport Stakes at The TOTE Racing Centre in Launceston on…Read More
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