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Team Teal: Harnessing Funds For Cancer Research

Redcliffe Paceway & Albion Park Harness Racing Club

Part of the Harnessing Funds for Cancer Research Team Teal Campaign

Yulestar Street, Albion & Percy Street, Redcliffe

Admission is FREE

The 2017 Queensland Team Teal campaign was an outstanding success, raising more than $50,000 for the Women’s Cancer Foundation.


Racing Queensland is partnering with Women's Cancer Foundation and joining Team Teal in 2018 to raise funds for ovarian cancer research.

From 1 February until 11 March, more than 200 reinswomen across Australia are wearing teal coloured driving pants, striving to be the first across the line to secure donations for Women's Cancer Foundation.

Twenty-two reinswomen in Queensland are taking on the challenge, with a donation of $200 up for grabs in each race during the campaign thanks to sponsors Racing Queensland, UBET, Albion Park Harness Racing Club and Redcliffe Harness Racing Club! 


our champion ambassadors

Brittany Graham

Age: 22

  • Owner, Trainer, Driver, Breeder 

  • Driven over 200 winners, trainer of over 30 winners

  • Family involvement (daughter of Darrel and Linda Graham)

  • Biggest win: $20,000 Rising Stars Final (Mafuta Vautin)

  • Mini Trots graduate

  • 2015 Mercedes Benz Young Achiever Award

  • BOTRA Rising Star Award

  • Work experience in America

  • Trackside host for Sky Racing





Danni-elle McMullen

Age: 21

  • Family are in involved in Harness racing - Grandfather (John Senior), Father (John), brothers (Pete) and sisters (Narissa, Taleah)

  • Mini trot graduate

  • Owner trainer driver

  • Biggest win: $25,000 Listed Rising Stars Final as Trainer/Driver.  (Armazem NZ)

  • Driver of over 200 winners

  • Trainer of over 30 winners

  • BOTRA Rising Star Award

  • Young Achiever Award

  • Work experience in America

  • Cadet course with Sky Racing


Series begins feb 1

funds raised to date





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This year's full list of

participating Reinswomen:

  1. Narissa McMullen

  2. Danni-elle McMullen

  3. Brittany Graham

  4. Isobel Ross

  5. Madi Dux

  6. Chantal Turpin

  7. Taleah McMullen

  8. Nikki Chalk

  9. Kelli Dawson

  10. Lola Weidemann

  11. Kylie Rasmussen

  12. Casey Owen

  13. Stacey Weidemann

  14. Lisa Bahr

  15. Karen Schulz

  16. Kay Crone

  17. Kelsey Schulz

  18. Julie Weidemann

  19. Jessie Capewell

  20. Felicity Reinke

  21. Jess Manzelmann

  22. Sonia Storie



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