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History of Rosehill Racecourse

Rosehill Gardens was constructed in 1885 for a grand total of $17,000. It is a state of the art facility and also features four training tracks, one is grass, one is sand and the other two are cinder tracks. Continue reading

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History of Hobart Racecourse

The Hobart Race track is operated by the Tasmanian Racing Club, and is located in the suburb known as Glenorchy within Tasmania. The track is named Tattersall’s Park due to its sponsorship deal. It doesn’t host any Group 1 or Group 2 race meetings; it features only Group 3 racing currently. Continue reading

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History of Toowoomba Racecourse

The Toowoomba Racecourse has a very rich tradition and storied history, and its roots run deep in the local community. It was originally called the Clifford Park Racecourse and was acquired in 1861. The racecourse itself has seen many changes over the years, as The Darling Downs Jockey Club conducted the first meeting there on 6 March 1862, when it was known as Drayton and Toowoomba Racecourse. It is currently the permanent home to the Toowoomba Turf Club and has been for over a century, and the club held its first meeting there on June 3&4 1882. Continue reading

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Horse Names A B C

A CITY GIRL BAA RAM EWE CABARET QUEEN A DESIGNER CLASSIC BABINGTON CABINET A KNOWN FACT BABY PIG CABRIOLE A NIGHT SKY BACK STAGE CAESARS SYMBOL A QUIET SHANDY BACK TO ABILENE CAFE BUREAU A SILKY MOMENT BACK TO DESTROY … Continue reading

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