THE Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club’s (G&BJC) celebration of 100 years of racing in Gawler produced a sensational three-horse finish which was close to a triple-dead-heat.
GAWLER harness-racing trainer Aaron Bain’s run of success with It Aint The Money continued at Globe Derby Park on Saturday, with the ex-New Zealand pacer cruising to his fifth win from the past six starts since joining Bain’s team.
TODAY marks the second running of the Zed Cup at the Gawler and Barossa Jockey Club (G&BJC) – 99 years and 363 days after the first running on August 7 1920.
SOUTH Australian jockey Krystal Bishop rode at Gawler for the last time on Sunday after deciding to give up riding and going into a training partnership with John Dunn, based at Oakbank.
RACEHORSE Chevite is proving to be the gift that keeps on giving for trainer Michael McClean.
CROWDS finally returned to the Gawler races on Saturday – and racegoers have been praised for following coronavirus-enforced conditions at the drought-breaking event.
THE continued absence of local football and netball, plus the pandemic-weary public’s eagerness for live sport, has led to strong interest in this Saturday’s metropolitan-class race meeting at Gawler, officials say.
YOUNG Gawler thoroughbred trainer Aimee Bush has described her first career winner – at Port Augusta on Sunday – as “just awesome”.