News About Brisbane Racing Club
Sea Siren is still yet to be confirmed for the 2012 Stradbroke Handicap this weekend at Eagle Farm racecourse.
The three-year-old filly, who is currently the $5.50 favourite for the race at bookmaker.com.au, will have to contest with a rain affected track should she run in the 2012 Stradbroke Handicap.
Trainer John O’Shea is unsure whether Sea Siren will run ...
The recently announced Brisbane Racing Club initiative to boost the depth of 2012 Stradbroke Handicap acceptors this Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival, which is expected to create an unprecedented amount of interest in the $1 million feature, has received a personal endorsement from the trainer of the country’s undefeated sprint queen Black Caviar – Peter Moody.
The 2012 Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival is shaping up to be the biggest and best celebration of Queensland racing in history thanks to a unique initiative announced by the Brisbane Racing Club (BRC) on Wednesday.
In an attempt to attract the premier ...
With Black Caviar in town there’s an energy buzzing around Brisbane that has racing fans in a frenzy, but it is not just the general public ready to get on the Black Caviar bandwagon, Peter Moody’s champion mare also has the Brisbane Racing Club staff all aflutter.
With the major Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival done and dusted for another year, punters and spectators across the country are returning to their local racecourses to see what action they have planned to see out 2009.
For racing enthusiasts in Queensland, the Brisbane Racing Club has an exciting range of quality race days planned at their two premier racecourses, Eagle ...