Australia - Tas | RACE COURSE GUIDE
80Km North-West of Launceston
P.O. Box 745, Devonport, Tas. 7310Ph. (03) 6427 2070 Fax (03) 6427 2488
Tuesday, 15 June 2021 DEVONPORT Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Trainer||Win Time||PM $ AUD|
|R1||THE ADVOCATE DIVISION1||NEVER SWEAT||ROBIN STOCKS||0:26.12||3,080|
|R2||ULVERSTONE PET FOODS DIVISION1||OAKWOOD||PATRICK HALL||0:26.03||3,080|
|R3||GREAT NORTHERN SUPER CRISP DIVISION2||SAVVY STICKER||ROSS WORK||0:26.23||3,080|
|R4||KENNEL PODCAST TASRACING DIVISION1||BANK BOOK||BRENDAN PURSELL||0:25.78||3,150|
|R5||PUT YOUR QUADDIES ON DIVISION3||ALL MY HEART||PATRICK HALL||0:26.39||3,080|
|R6||LADBROKES EASY FORM DIVISION2||BUCKLE UP RHONAN||GARY JOHNSON||0:25.85||3,150|
|R7||SIMONS CARPET ONE DIVISION1||VINTAGE FAME||DAVID CROSSWELL||0:25.78||3,210|
|R8||SYNECTIC DEVONPORT DIVISION4||GEE WHIZ ARCHIE||GARY JOHNSON||0:25.94||3,080|
|R9||LADBROKE IT! DIVISION5||ASTON AJOK||BRENDAN PURSELL||0:25.74||3,080|
|R10||CROWN LAGER - AUSTRALIA'S BEST DIVISION6||MR. SINGHA||PATRICK RYAN||0:25.70||3,080|
Devonport Past Races
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Thoroughbred racing is back on the turf this Sunday for the first time since 16 May when Hobart hosts an eight-race program.
Wesley Vale trainer Glen Stevenson is hoping a significant gear changer can enhance the chances of his gelding Rising Hsaing registering his fifth win in succession, in Devonport on Sunday.
Irish-born apprentice Erica Byrne-Burke celebrated her best day at the races with a riding double in Devonport on Sunday.
Trainer Adam Trinder will saddle up a half-dozen of his stable tenants at the Devonport meeting on Sunday with his two three-year-olds Michbar and Distanza the most likely to find the winner’s circle.
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Punters might only need to look at the two trainers with the best strike rates to find a host of winners on the eight-event card in Devonport on Sunday.
Sunday thoroughbred racing is back on the synthetic in Devonport this week, the first of three consecutive meetings at the track.
Tasmanian apprentice Codi Jordan celebrated her first trip interstate with a treble at Kilmore in Victoria on Thursday.
Victoria has established what could be an unbeatable lead in this year’s National Apprentice Race Series (NARS) after talented youngster Tatum Bull delivered the goods aboard Signal Hill in the second-round heat in Hobart on Sunday.
First Accused made up for his defeat in the $50,000 Tasbred feature two weeks ago when he gave his rivals a galloping lesson to take out the Aviso Tas Pink Cup Autumn 3YO Classic over 1400m in Hobart on Sunday.
The father/son training partnership of Leon, Dean & Trent Wells are ever present at most Tasmanian thoroughbred race meetings and their family presence will grow on Sunday when Dean’s daughter Chloe Wells makes her racetrack debut as a jockey in Devonport.
Mother’s Day thoroughbred action is in Devonport on Sunday where there is an early start for the nine race program with the first scheduled for 11:50.
With leading trainer Scott Brunton having a seemingly unassailable lead in the quest for his 12th trainer’s premiership, the battle for the state’s leading rider in 2020/21 is sure to garner attention during the final quarter of the season.