Wag Tail and Innisplain Jet to run at The Meadows

QUEENSLAND has two representatives in the National finals at The Meadows tomorrow night.

Wag Tail is in the distance final with Innisplain Jet running in the sprint final.

All the Meadows action can be viewed along with local racing at the Ipswich meeting tomorrow night. Racing at the Showgrounds is from 6.30pm.

A number of regional trainers were successful at the Ipswich track over the past week.

Last Saturday's winners included My First Ninja (trained by Deborah Arnold), Ethan Junior (Chris Broadrick), Line Up Buoys (won three in the past week) trained by Brad Woods, Sundance Tango (Renald Attard), Scared Up (Mick Campbell) and Wooroolin Easy (Des Sykes).

Friday's winners included Lois and Edward Neal, who took the honours again this week with their greyhounds Kawati Gift and Greasy Vines.

Other Friday winners were Renald Attard with Sundance Tycoon, Fiona Frawley with Satan's Thunder, Troy Sharpe with Black Book Bob, Geoff Uhrhane with Coco Benz and Larry Franks with Essy's Boy.

Regional trainers who won on the Young Guns support card on Tuesday included Bogie Ruler trained by Troy Sharpe, Panion (Russell McBride), Charter (Michael Menken), Lyn's Flash (Troy Sharpe), Frosty Jay Jay (Renald Attard) and Rickshaw Rosie (Reg Kay).

 

Key reminders

NOMINATIONS for Derby and Futurity heats for next Friday close on Monday morning at 8.30am at RQ.

Auction nominations close next Friday.

 

Berrick's best

AFTER just missing out on a collect last week, Berrick Barnes has opted for a single charity bet this week.

He's putting $50 each way on Miss Sea (number eight in race nine) at today's Ipswich meeting (fields this page).



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