Tasmanian Derby Betting Odds



Sponsored by Cadbury, the famous manufacturer of chocolates, the Tasmanian Derby ran on January 31, 2009 at Tattersalls Park, also known as Elwick Racecourse, in Tasmania, Australia. This Summer Racing Carnival thoroughbred racing event was preceded by a day of festive activities, including The Faerie Shop Fashion Parade, Cadbury chocolate giveaways, Life-Be-In-It games, competitions, rides and 2 showings of the Dora the Explorer stage show.

The Tasmanian Derby is a Group 3 horserace for 3 year olds with total prize winnings of AUD$ 200,000 over a distance of 2200 meters. The winner this year was the mare, Betwixt, who was the first mare in over 30 years to win the Tasmanian Derby over the favored gelding Reprisal by a length. Mick Price trained the winning filly, Betwixt, who was ridden by jockey Linda Meech.

Tattersalls Park is owned by the Tasmanian Racing Club and has been an established horse racing venue since 1874. This racing park in the tiny town of Tasmania is best known for the $400,000 AAMI Hobart Cup, which is the main racing event of the Summer Racing Carnival in Tasmania. The Hobart Cup is a The cup is a Group 3 open handicap race over 2200 meters held on the 1st or 2nd Monday in February.



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