FORMER Thousand Guineas winner Gee Gee’s La Quita took what seemed forever to win another race after saluting in the three-year-old fillies’ classic but at this time last year she…Read More
The Deputy Premier Bryan Green today released a report on the economic benefits of Tasmania’s racing which he said supports the Government’s ongoing financial commitment to the industry. Mr Green…Read More
Mr John Messara AM has been elected Chairman of the Australian Racing Board (ARB) on the retirement of the Honourable Michael Duffy after 6 years as an ARB Director, the…Read More
A SETBACK in the preparation of promising three-year-old Quest Master turned out to be a blessing in disguise. That was the summation of trainer Adam Trinder after Quest Master scored…Read More
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.