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LAST CHANCE TO GRAB YOUR TICKETS TO BOYS DAY OUT.....This Saturday 13/08/2022 in the AJ Bert Lillye Lounge.BBQ & Burger Smorgasbord + Beverage package - $140pp www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/race-day-saturday-13th-august-2022/140766On sale until noon this Friday.+ Enter the JJJ Racing punters club running in the room on the day here form.jotform.com/221978448772068?fbclid=IwAR2wKGX3m7AMMG5fVVWJz8oCp2Sy268pM7QgA4xaUMP7_fox8jIQLgf...+ lucky door prize includes 10 tickets to The Gong Race Day + more!BOYS DAY OUTSaturday 13th August 2022AJ Bert Lillye Lounge Burger & BBQ Smorgasbord + 5 hour Beer, Cider, Canadian Club & Dry, Wine and Soft Drink PackageTickets $140 – Tickets www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/race-day-saturday-13th-august-2022/140766- Book with your friends in one transaction in order to ensure you are seated together - ... See MoreSee Less
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Head over to JJJ Racing to win 2 tix to Boys Day Out!Package includes BBQ and Burger smorgasbord & beverage package in the AJ Bert Lillye Lounge and punters club entry.Only 2 hours left to enter. Entries must be on the JJJ Racing page.GIVEAWAY time!Tag your mate least likely to tip you a winner tomorrow!Winning comment randomly drawn out Sunday morning at 9am! Posted on here!Tickets still available for this fantastic day via moshtix and JJJ Racing running a punters club on the day - $50 entry! Details ⬇️form.jotform.com/221978448772068Kembla Grange Racecourse ... See MoreSee Less
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Kembla Grange Racecourse
2021 / 2022 KEMBLA GRANGE RACECOURSE PREMIERSHIP WINNERSChampion trainer Gwenda Markwell continued her remarkable Kembla Grange title reign after finishing the 2021/22 campaign with another well earned dual premiership haul. Markwell finished the season as the Illawarra Turf Club's Overall Champion Trainer as well as the Kembla Grange Trainers' premiership winner.The Group 1 conditioner did enough to fight off the powerhouse Sydney yards of Chris Waller, Peter and Paul Snowden and James Cummings to capture the Overall crown.Markwell, affectionately known by many as 'The Queen Of Kembla', finished the year with a high of 74 points based on a 3-2-1 points system via placing order.It saw her finish 12 points clear of Waller (62 points) while the yards of the Snowdens (57), James Cummings (55) and Brad Widdup (52) all enjoyed strong seasons. While the premiership totals aren't as high as previous seasons, that can be put down to a horrific past year of postponements due to a terribly wet year across NSW.Markwell's 74 point season was bolstered by 11 winners, which allowed her to retain her Kembla Grange Trainers' title. Robert and Luke Price finished the season in second in that premiership with five victories with none bigger than they're memorable win with Count De Rupee in the $1m The Gong last November. Count De Rupee, which won the Group 2 Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm during the winter, races in the Group 2 Missile Stakes this weekend.Paul Murray (five winners), Kerry Parker (four), Theresa Bateup (three) as well as Anthony Mountney and Joseph Ible (both two) all had multiple winners on home turf.The Kerry Parker-trained Don Luigi was named horse of the year with 30 points chalked up throughout the season, edging out Markwell's C'mon Reg (25 points).There was a local flavour to the jockeys premiership with former champion apprentice Winona Costin surging home to snatch the title.Costin was able to run down Christian Reith to win the title by the barest of margins with her 71 point haul slightly more than the 69 accumulated by her main rival before he succumbed to a season-ending injury.The leading pair were well clear of the next best riders in Jason Collett (49 points) and Mitchell Bell (43 points).Dylan Gibbons, the state's leading apprentice in the past 12 months, added the Kembla crown to his list of achievements by winning the young rider award by a runaway margin, finishing on 61 points.Images Bradley_PhotosGwenda Markwell Racing Kerry Parker Racing ... See MoreSee Less
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