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Busuttin and Young score Sale double

CRANBOURNE trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young had back-to-back winners during Thursday meeting at Greenwattle Racecourse. The first of their running double came in race...

Still no crowds for Sale races

DESPITE an easing of restrictions in regional Victoria, spectators will still not be permitted at horse racing meets across the state. This includes Thursday's meeting...

Training, riding double for Pateman

STEVEN Pateman rode and trained separate winners during Sunday's meeting at Greenwattle Racecourse. The meeting, held on a track rated "soft five", began with three...

Sunday races to offer plenty for punters

SUNDAY'S meeting at Greenwattle Racecourse should provide plenty for punters. The meeting, slated to be Sale Turf Club's Christmas in July until the extension of...

Racing without crowds

WHILE Sunday’s races will go ahead, Sale Turf Club has postponed its Christmas in July event. The extension of the state-wide lockdown has meant access...

Greenwattle is in line to host Good Friday races

SALE is one of three regional racing clubs being considered to host Victoria’s first horse race meeting on Good Friday. The state government has announced...

Duke storms to victory

DUKE Of Neworleans produced the run of the day to win at Greenwattle Racecourse on Friday. In race six, the 1200 metre class one handicap,...

Wet weather racing at Greenwattle

WET weather made conditions tough for most horses contesting Wednesday's race meeting at Sale. The Greenwattle track began the meet rated "soft six" before being...

No spectators for Life Members Raceday at Sale tomorrow

SALE Turf Club is scheduled to host its Life Members Raceday tomorrow, however, spectators will not be permitted on course. Racing Victoria on Friday announced...

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Wellington now has 10 COVID cases

Wellington Shire's COVID-19 case numbers have doubled since yesterday, now numbering 10. However, Gippsland Region Public Health says there are no public exposure sites in...

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