Thursday, 19 December 2019 / Published in News Stories
Friday’s edition of the Fred Cooper Cup at Goulburn has special significance this year as it also marks the official end of a forty-year contribution to country racing from Fred Cooper himself. This year Fred retired from all official duties with Goulburn Race Club after decades of dedicated of service that incorporated roles such as
Monday, 04 November 2019 / Published in News Stories
On a four-seasons type of Goulburn Cup day, the Mark Newnham stable continued its “punters pal” playbook producing Quackerjack to win the first time $200 000 edition of the tablelands feature. Rachel King delivered a winning result for trainer and connections of Quackerjack who was the big firmer in betting after initially opening third elect
Thursday, 24 October 2019 / Published in News Stories
Exciting Tasmanian galloper The Inevitable, the winner of the Silver Eagle at Randwick recently, has continued his build up to The Golden Eagle with a rousing gallop at Goulburn this morning (Thursday). Trainer Scott Brunton was more than pleased with the workout and the surface on an idyllic tablelands morning. “The Inevitable had an important
Wednesday, 09 October 2019 / Published in News Stories
Spendthrift Australia will be continuing their partnership with Goulburn Race Club and the Goulburn Cup program in 2019. Spendthrift has confirmed its involvement in the club’s blue ribbon day of racing through their sponsorship of The Guy Walter; a fillies and mares Class 3 race held on Cup Day (3rd November) dedicated to the late
Thursday, 05 September 2019 / Published in News Stories
The strike rate of Goulburn trainers both at home and away is well known in racing circles and was on display once again last Saturday as Danielle Seib scored her first city win with Assault”n’Bathory in the TAB Highway Handicap. With less than a week left to secure a ticket in The Kosciuszko the Goulburn
Monday, 12 August 2019 / Published in News Stories
Goulburn’s first three races on Monday are highlighted by the fact that the female jockey contingent sits at over fifty percent of the riders represented. The tone is set early in the “Stirrups Maiden Handicap” with five of the twelve runners having female jockeys confirmed to take the reins. Races two (the Danny Williams Trainer
Thursday, 01 August 2019 / Published in News Stories
He’s a five-year-old grey gelding who has had a few ‘grey’ days of his own in the last year. Rozburg is a galloper that is the ultimate example of the rollercoaster ride that racing can roll out to participants. One minute he was doing what few horses do by putting three lengths on his rivals
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 / Published in News Stories
With an extra $50 000 in prizemoney and a change of date there’s a ‘meant to be’ feel about the Goulburn Cup in 2019. The club has this week officially confirmed a new date for their spring feature which will now take place on Sunday 3rd November, three weeks earlier than in recent years. The
Thursday, 20 June 2019 / Published in News Stories
Would the last trainer to leave Goulburn for this Saturday’s Highway Handicap at Royal Randwick please turn out the lights! This weekend that’s no exaggeration with the tablelands track supplying five runners from five different stables in this week’s edition of the popular country based all comers contest. Kurt Goldman has the in-form Irish Songs
Thursday, 13 June 2019 / Published in News Stories
One horse…one shot… that’s the equation facing Goulburn trainer Danielle Seib with her in form galloper Assault’n’bathory heading into Friday’s meeting on her home track. The school teacher come horsewoman only has the one galloper in work at present and you could say that both horse and trainer are having breakout campaigns. Assault’n’bathory’s ownership is