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Dutch Courage celebrations after Longreach Cup win

Celebrations were expected to run long into the night after former Victorian Dutch Courage produced a hometown victory in the Longreach Cup on Saturday.

Gollan celebrates fatherhood with Charlie Boy at Ipswich

Gollan celebrates fatherhood with Charlie Boy at Ipswich

Trainer Tony Gollan celebrated becoming a father for the first time when Charlie Boy delivered at Ipswich on Saturday.

Emotional scenes after Snitzkraft wins for Kelso Wood

Emotional scenes after Snitzkraft wins for Kelso Wood

Tears flowed freely when promising colt Snitzkraft made a successful comeback for veteran trainer Kelso Wood at Ipswich on Saturday.

Snapchat Girl on trial for Thousand Guineas in Melbourne

Snapchat Girl on trial for Thousand Guineas in Melbourne

Talented filly Snapchat Girl will launch her spring campaign aimed at next month’s Group 1 Thousand Guineas at Caulfield when she resumes at Ipswich on Saturday.

Trainer shelves Rocky King retirement plans

Trainer shelves Rocky King retirement plans

Widely travelled Rocky King may be in the twilight of his career but trainer Tom Burke believes there’s still a few wins left in him before heading to the retirement paddock.

Father and daughter savour a season to remember

Father and daughter savour a season to remember

Graham set for three-month stint with Stradbroke Handicap winning trainer.

Dead weight more of a worry for McMahon

Dead weight more of a worry for McMahon

They say weight can stop a train and according to trainer Tony McMahon so can dead weight.

Toowoomba racing award winners announced

Toowoomba racing award winners announced

CURRIE was definitely on the menu at Saturday night’s Toowoomba Turf Club 2016-17 Racing Awards.

Snitz earns break ahead of Country Championships in Sydney

Snitz earns break ahead of Country Championships in Sydney

Talented sprinter Snitz earned a break before being aimed at next year’s Country Championship at Randwick following his decisive win in the QTIS Three-Year-Old Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Veteran Les Clarke wins first Allora Cup

Track specialist Drum Master thrilled his hometown crowd with a rousing win in the Railway Hotel Allora Cup at Warwick on Saturday.

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