The return to Ascot today lived up to its unpredictable reputation, with a tricky card producing its fair share of upsets. Big fields ensured open markets in most races, and left favourite punters battered and bruised, with only two public elects saluting from the nine race program.
A further inspection of the Geraldton race track surface was today undertaken by RWWA Curator Assistance Programme Manager Geoff Murphy and Geraldton Turf Club Officials.
A crowd of almost seven thousand flocked to Belmont Park last weekend to celebrate Perth Racing’s Irish Day promotion.
Playing God and Grand Nirvana, two top liners of WA racing, kick off their respective campaigns in the Listed Birthday Stakes (1200m) at Belmont Park tomorrow.
Trainer Peter Dellar is confident Great Wall Of China has one final run left in him and will end his campaign on a winning note in the $40,000 Gascoyne Gold Carnarvon Cup (2000m).
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RWWA Stewards today concluded the adjourned Inquiry into Jockey P. Hall’s riding of YSMAEL in the straight at Belmont on Wednesday, 5 September 2012 in Race 7 the Corporate Bruce Handicap run over 1300m.
Dean Nazzari said Mitchell Pateman’s temperament would overcome his inexperience and he had no hesitation in selecting the apprentice jockey to take the mount on top local hope Brother Patrick in Sunday’s Coolgardie Cup (1600m).