Devonport hosts thoroughbred racing again this Sunday with the $20,000 Luxbet All Weather Distance Prelude the highlight of a big 9 race card. Showers are forecast for the weekend but the track has been racing exceptionally well under those conditions so expect it to do so again.
Thoroughbred racing on Sunday is again at Devonport with an intriguing 8 race card. The highlight is the $25,000 Luxbet All Weather Sprint Final, where I’m Wesley will look to do the double after winning the Prelude a fortnight ago.
Racing returns to Devonport this Sunday with an 8 race program highlighted by the Luxbet All Weather Sprint Prelude over 1000m. As always, true racing can be expected on the Tapeta, especially with rain forecast across the weekend.
Punters get to feast on a massive 10 race card of thoroughbred racing this Sunday in Devonport. With considerable rain forecast the track should be in prime condition with true racing expected.
Thoroughbred racing this Sunday is in Hobart with 8 races on offer. With rain through the week the track is expected to race as a genuine Heavy surface and with the rail out 6.5m it looks a foregone conclusion that jockeys will be scouting wide throughout.
Racing returns to Devonport this Sunday for an 8 race program featuring predominantly big fields and plenty of depth. With substantial rain this week leading into the meeting the Tapeta surface should be in great condition and provide a fair racing surface as usual.
Racing returns to Launceston this Sunday with a competitive 8 race program set to kick off at 12:05. The rail goes out to the 10.5m position for the first time which may see riders get wide in the straight like the previous meeting.
Racing returns to the Tapeta surface in Devonport this week, with a rare Saturday meeting featuring 9 competitive races and kicking off at 11am.
Thoroughbred racing on Sunday is in Hobart with an 8 race program kicking off at 12:10pm. The rail returns to the True position for the first time in quite a while and with no rain forecast the track looks likely to be produced as a Good 4, which is a rarity for this time of year.
Racing on Sunday returns to the Tapeta surface in Devonport where the rail is always true and track bias is never an issue. The 8-race program features smaller fields than in recent times but there looks to be plenty of competitive racing.