HAMILTON galloper, Tan Check, made a one act affair of the 2020 William Thomson Dunkeld Cup, saluting easily by five lengths on Saturday. Trained by James Bull, the lightly raced six-year-old gelding romped to the front well before the home turn before giving jockey, Dean Holland, an armchair ride to the winning post. It was […]
THE Dunkeld Cup day, an iconic racing meeting, set beneath the beautiful Grampians mountain range with an ability to attract modern-day race crowds in excess of 10,000, is a day circled on the racing and social calendar by many across Victoria and abroad.
LACRIMA’S easy win in the Phillips Farm Machinery Maiden Plate at Hamilton on Tuesday held special significance for both her trainer and jockey.
IT’S official - the 2020 Dunkeld Cup will go ahead without crowds.
AFTER a decorated career on the bike, former Portlander Shannon Malseed has decided to finish her professional cycling career at the end of 2020. Announcing her decision on Friday, the international cyclist said it was three months in the making and she is excited about all the possibilities of a future outside of the cycling […]
THE Hamilton Cup will be ran tomorrow after heavy rain last week forced it to be shifted from Saturday.
RECENT rain has put today’s Hamilton Cup in doubt with the meet to either shift location or change days.
HAWKESDALE export, Melissa Julius, is eyeing off a return to the saddle at Hamilton this weekend after recovering from a nasty fall at Moonee Valley on Friday night.
THE Portland Motocross Club returned to the track on Saturday with Lachie Johnson one of many riders to hit the dirt. Both junior and senior riders were given the chance to ride for the first time since coronavirus restrictions forced all sports on hiatus.
TWELVE months after beginning his riding career at Coleraine, gun apprentice Will Price returned on Saturday to claim the club’s feature event.