Racing on Wednesday night in Launceston is set to take place on a firm track once again, with the 8 race card set to kick off at 6:30pm.
Saturday sees an excellent 8 race card set to be run in Hobart with plenty of depth and good horses starting to hit their straps for the upcoming summer of racing. The highlight is the Tony Carrick 3YO Vase set to go at 4:30pm, with exciting 3yos Gee Gee Lanett, Mister Songman and Derasa set to do battle ahead of the upcoming 3yo Cup.
Thoroughbred racing fans get their second meeting in two days with a very competitive 8 race card tonight in Launceston. The strongest race of the night looks the BM82 in race 4, where Agree To tries to extend his winning sequence to four wins since arriving in Tasmania.
Racing on Wednesday in Launceston will once again take place on a firm track and the rail moves back into the True position for the first time in a number of weeks. Race 1 kicks off at 6:45pm and sees two smart fillies Derasa and Heaven’s Delight resume ahead of the upcoming Summer carnival.
The final night racing meeting of the season takes place on Wednesday night in Launceston with an eight race card on offer. The track received a good dose of rain earlier in the week but with fine weather forecast in the lead up it should be no worse than a Soft 5 rating and could well be better.
Launceston hosts the penultimate night racing meeting of the season on Wednesday with another 8 race program for punters to sink their teeth into. The rail moves out to the 6m position from the 3m mark last week and a firm track can be expected, with a small chance of showers on race day.