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Australian Pacing Gold 2YO Fillies Heats | C & G Heat

Albion Park Harness Racing Club

Yulestar Street, Breakfast Creek

Part of the 2019 TAB Queensland Winter Racing Carnival

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Join us as Queensland's best pacers get the chance to show off their talent. 

Saturday night meetings make for faster racing, an exciting grandstand atmosphere and top value betting.

Satisfy your tastebuds with a range of snacks, meals and desserts available throughout the day from Pacesetter’s Bistro located at the top of the main building. Here you will have an outstanding view of the racing as well as access to our licensed bar and tote amenities.

With our friendly atmosphere, relaxed dining and exciting racing action we promise you a great night out.


We offer free admission on all general race meetings. Some feature race meetings or charity events may have a small entry fee. If you are unsure if the day you are attending is a feature race meeting please contact the club on 07 3262 2577.


The minimum dress standard for members of the general public attending Albion Park Raceway is clean and neat casual dress. Footwear is mandatory at all times. Members of the general public may be refused entry to Albion Park Raceway by Club Officials if it is felt that these standards are not being adhered to.


Unfortunately we do not know the exact race times until our fields are declared three days prior to the meeting date. Saturday night meetings usually begin between 5-5.30PM and finish between 9.30-10PM. Tuesday and Friday meeting times vary a little more. Our racing calendar displayed on our website will have the most up to date race times or feel free to contact us to confrim.


Free parking is available for all general race day attendees. Our carpark can be accessed via Yulestar St, which is directly across the road from the Breakfact Creek Hotel carpark.


Located within our main granstand building you will find Pacesetters Bar & Bistro, TOTE and self serve betting terminals, as well as glass windows and television screens for race viewing. The building has a disabled lift and the granstand includes a viewing deck for wheelchair access.


The Albion Park Harness Racing Club has celebrated over 40 years in racing history, having commenced in September 1968. The venue is only a stone’s throw from Brisbane's CBD located closely to some of the city’s more affluent suburbs.

The Paceway is an aggregation of 23 individual titles providing for a total area exceeding 17 hectares.

The original 800m right-handed track was positioned inside the unique sand galloping track and the Albion Park Trotting Club became a tenant of the Brisbane Amateur Turf Club, which ran thoroughbred racing at Doomben and Albion Park.
Albion Park has been used for gallops racing for approximately 100 years before the last meeting was held on 30 December 1981 when the galloping venue was closed and the Racing Minister of the time declared a new complex would be built and harness racing would "graduate" to a 1000m left-handed track with a brand new grandstand.

As such another milestone was established when the complex was unveiled to a huge crowd in October 1983 and Albion Park was dubbed "the speed pacing capital of Australia".

The Albion Park Harness Racing Club has hosted several Inter Dominions: 1972 (Welcome Advice); 1977 (Stanley Rio); 1986 (Village Kid); 1993 (Jack Morris); 2001 (Yulestar) and 2009 (Mr Feelgood).

History was created in 2001 when the Club conducted the trotters' series for the first time with Take A Moment capturing the Grand Final.

The Club's founding chairman is Sir Clive Uhr and others to serve in the prestigious post include Sir Lloyd Rees, Peter Burge, Kevin Seymour, Kevin Bengston, Bob Lette, Dave Knudsen, Warwick Stansfield and current chairman David Fowler.

Albion Park Harness Racing Club plays host to Harness Racing “The Trots” on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturday nights. For more information about the Club and Harness Racing, please visit our website, www.aphrc.com.au.


The information set out on this event page is correct as at the date of publication and may be subject to further change by Racing Queensland or the event promoter (if Racing Queensland is not the event promoter) in their absolute discretion. Please visit http://www.racingqueensland.com.au/ for the current race calendars. Please check race schedules for final times two days before, race numbers are not final.


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