THE Portland BMX Club is a long way from where it was a couple of months ago. Then, it had less than 20 members and was not able to race because of coronavirus restrictions. Now, the club has over 40 participating members, three of whom went off to Shepparton last weekend to compete in the […]
AFTER a period of more than 20 years away from the role, Hugh Macdonald has returned to the Hamilton Racing Club and was appointed as the new president, following the retirement of Helen Sobey.
TWELVE months after her previous win, local trainer Jessie Constantine celebrated another success at the Hamilton racecourse.
COURT Deep was able to provide the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable with its first Penshurst Cup after a stylish win in the club’s feature race on Saturday.
RACING returns to Hamilton tomorrow, capping off a busy period for the industry in the south-west. It will be another strong day of racing, as the track hosts its second meet in as many weeks.
IT is a historic day today with the Penshurst Cup being run for the first time away from its traditional Boxing Day slot. With restrictions easing, it is set to be a big day, as racegoers make the most of the chance to gather for a country cup meet.
BARRY The Baptist added another country cup to his resume with a strong victory in Saturday’s $50,000 Dunkeld Cup.
TODAY racing returns to the beautiful setting beneath Mt Abrupt, but unfortunately for the Dunkeld Racing Club, 2021 will be without crowds for the second year running.
RIDING doubles to Will Gordon and apprentice Tatum Bull highlighted a competitive day of thoroughbred racing at Hamilton on Tuesday.
TODAY’S local thoroughbred meeting at the Hamilton Racing Club will have the added flavour of crowds being allowed back on track.