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ITC project racing ahead

ITC project racing ahead

The re-development of the Ipswich Turf Club is on track to be delivered in full, including new tie-up stalls and a much-needed carpark, Racing Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has announced. Mr Hinchliffe said that stewards and jockeys were able to access the $24.8 million project’s new purpose-built function centre for the first time this week. “The new racing amenities include an expanded female jockeys’ room that replaces the cramped and outdated quarters at Bundamba,” he...

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Ride Like a Girl – Ticket Promotion

Ride Like a Girl – Ticket Promotion

WIN We’ve got two double passes to give away! Limelight Cinemas Ipswich’s next Girls Night Out event is RIDE LIKE A GIRL on Wednesday 18 September from 6:30pm  RIDE LIKE A GIRL starring Teresa Palmer and Sam Neill, tells the inspirational true story of Michelle Payne. For your chance to win a double pass to the screening in XD, including a drink on arrival and a choctop, simply follow the Ipswich Turf Club and Limelight Cinemas Ipswich Facebook page and tag who...

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Ipswich Crime Stoppers Race Day 2019

Ipswich Crime Stoppers Race Day 2019

Book now for the Ipswich Crime Stoppers Race Day on Friday, 16 August. Tickets $90 and includes: AdmissionGourmet BBQ BuffetDrinks package (12 midday to 5pm)Official race bookTrackside Lounge and Dining AreasFashions on the fieldMulti-raffle prizes TO BOOK VISIT – https://www.trybooking.com/BDFNB...

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New Edmonds team chase first metro win at Ipswich

New Edmonds team chase first metro win at Ipswich

By Glenn Davis The new father and son training partnership of Toby and Trent Edmonds will be aiming for its first metropolitan winner at Ipswich on Wednesday. The Gold Coast-based Tony Edmonds finished second in last season’s Brisbane trainers’ premiership behind Tony Gollan before joining forces with son Trent in a new training partnership at the start of the season. Trent Edmonds has been foreman for his father for seven years and recently took their former star mare...

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Ipswich 2018/19 premierships announced

Ipswich 2018/19 premierships announced

Jeff Lloyd finished his illustrious career in the top position as the Ipswich Premier Jockey for the second consecutive year. It was his last year riding going out on top with 30 wins for the season after retiring in July. Lloyd will turn 58 years old next month and recorded 720 starts at Ipswich with 143 winners or a 20 per cent strike rate. Success was worldwide for the jockey who rode over 90 Group 1 winners from South Africa to Hong Kong and Australia. Premier Jockey...

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