IMPORTANT NOTICE: COVID-19 Response

Updated COVID-19 Exclusions for Race Meetings at Thoroughbred Park, Canberra

In consultation with Racing NSW Stewards, the Canberra Racing Club wishes to advise of COVID-19 border restriction changes made by ACT Government relevant to travelling participants and patrons. As of 3pm Tuesday 12th January 2021, those travelling from certain Sydney regions as well as the Central Coast and Wollongong can now enter the ACT freely. Local Government Areas as listed below remain restricted and persons who have entered these areas are not permitted to enter the ACT, thus excluding them from our Friday 22nd January race meeting.

COVID-19 Exclusions for 13 January Race Meeting at Thoroughbred Park Canberra

In consultation with Racing NSW stewards, the Canberra Racing Club wishes to advise participants, horses and patrons travelling from the listed areas below will be excluded from the race meeting scheduled for Wednesday 13 January at Thoroughbred Park. Border restrictions imposed by the ACT Government have been extended and dictate that those entering the ACT from the below local government areas to quarantine for 14 days within the ACT, thereby excluding those from:

Racing & Sports Canberra Racing Review — 29 December 2020

Canberra raced under blue skies & sunshine for their meeting just a few days after Christmas. Rail was true throughout & we raced on a Good 4 surface. Punters would’ve been feeling fairly good with themselves come the end of the day, with the majority of favourites winning and the longest priced victor paying just $7. It was regular faces to the fore, with Keith Dryden notching up three winners as his superb run this season continues. Race 1 - 1:00PM TODD SMART RACING HANDICAP (1000 METRES)

Canberra Racing Club Strikes new deal with Lion as well as BentSpoke & Capital Brewing

The Canberra Racing Club is pleased to announced it has renewed its long-standing partnership with Lion for the next 5 years. The agreement will see some of the strongest beer brands such as Iron Jack, Super Dry and Furphy in Australia stocked in the fridges at Thoroughbred Park.

Canberra Racing Club Chief Operating Officer Amy Squires said “We are thrilled to provide our patrons with trusted brands and high-quality products”.

Successful Days Ahead for Nick Olive Mare

Nick Olive’s 6-year-old daughter of Domesday has taken a while to find her feet but with two impressive wins from her past three starts, it seems Successful Day has plenty of successful days ahead of her.

Starting $3.10 favourite in her first up run this preparation, Successful Day finished a length and a half back in 5th placing. It didn’t take her long to gain the punters forgiveness, blitzing a Benchmark 60 a fortnight later when starting favourite again.