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Racing and Sports Canberra Racing Preview Friday 24 January UPDATED

The smoke has well and truly cleared from the Canberra region and it is business as usual for trainers and jockeys. It’s a strong card with excellent representation from  metropolitan stables. The track will present in good order and the rail is out 6 metres the entirety. The day’s feature is the BM70 TAB Federal Handicap (1200m). 

 

 

Race 1 (1000m) 2YO

 

The Return of the Prince

Canberra Horse of the Year (2018/2019) Prince Jacko makes his return after a 5-month spell this Wednesday at Thoroughbred Park. Trainer Keith Dryden will be hoping his 7-year old can replicate the form that saw the gelding miss the podium just once in his past 8 starts. The only miss was a strong 5th, only 1.1L back, in a TAB Highway. If Prince Jacko is to continue his rich vein of form, he will have to offset a tricky barrier.

Australian Red Cross Bushfire Relief Support

Canberra Racing Club Chief Operating Officer Amy Squires would like to announce the Club will be supporting The Australian Red Cross disaster relief that supports those effected by bushfires and other disasters. 


$1 from every bottle of water and Iron Jack lager sold during the month of January on race days and during functions will be donated to support those affected by the recent fires. I encourage all members to purchase a water or a beer to support this worthy cause. 

Canberra Racing Preview Friday 27 December

The Canberra Racing Club waste no time springing into action post Xmas festivites, hosting a very healthy nine race program this Friday. A strong contingent of gallopers from leading Sydney stables are bound to make their presence felt, particularly in the quaddie legs. We race on a Good 4 with the rail slightly out (4m) for the entire. 



 

Race 1 @ 1:00pm: John McGrath Auto Group 2YO Handicap (1000m)