Canberra Racing Review Sunday 17 November

Three longer priced winners on the day, but generally punters were around the mark. It was a beautiful day for racing in the capital with Barb Joseph’s Ten Tigers win in the 3400m Australian Light Horse Association To The Jericho well-received — despite the starting odds.


Lolita Gold stepped-up to take out the Federal for Neil Osborne and continues to impress.


Race 1 (1000)


Road to the Jericho Race Day

The Road to the Jericho, a new concept recently introduced by the Canberra Racing Club, has garnered interest from far and wide. Trainers from as far away as Stawell in Victoria’s West and as close as Thoroughbred Park have entered runners in the race in the hopes of gaining ballot exemption into the $300,000 Jericho Cup. The inaugural Road to the Jericho will be ran over the gruelling 3400m and is restricted to Australian and New Zealand bred horses, a restriction that is aligned to the magnificent ANZAC story that inspired the Jericho Cup.

Canberra Racing Review Friday 25 October 2019


The rail was out 7m the entire course and the track was rates a Good 4. It became clear early in the day, that horses were advantaged racing on the outside section of the track in the straight and that proved the winning pattern. Punters should be alert to this when assessing the form of runners coming out of the program.


Race 1 (1200m)


Canberra Racing Preview Friday 25 October

It’s been warm in the Capital and the track will present in the good range. The rail is out 7m the entire course. Strong acceptances and competitive fields in most races.


It’s been warm in the Capital and the track will presents as a Good 4.  The rail is out 7m the entire course. Very competitive fields.


Race 1 (1200m)


Press Release - Canberra Racing Club Response to ABC Report

Canberra Racing Club (the Club) condemns the abhorrent mistreatment of Horses as displayed in the ABC’s 7.30 report last night. The vision was extremely disturbing and distressing, as such the Canberra Racing Club calls on the Queensland Government and its Department of Primary Industries to take the strongest possible action against the alleged perpetrators.  

The mistreatment of horses is unequivocally unacceptable and is not tolerated by the ACT Thoroughbred Racing Industry.