- ALBION PARK GOLD CUP – QUEENSLAND CUP
- GOLDEN SANDS
- GOLDEN TICKET MATCH RACE
- GOLD BULLION
- QUEENSLAND FLAME
- BRISBANE CUP
- WINTER CUP
- VINCE CURRY MEMORIAL
- IPSWICH GOLD CUP
- THE IPSWICH AUCTION
- QUEENSLAND DERBY
- QUEENSLAND FUTURITY
- NATIONAL STRAIGHT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP
- QUEENSLAND PUPPY CLASSIC / FLYING AMY PUPPY CLASSIC
- DASHING CORSAIR FINAL
- TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES SPRINT FINAL
- TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES DISTANCE FINAL
- TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES MATCH RACE
- GOLD COAST CUP
- ROCKHAMPTON CUP
- CAPALABA CUP
- WINTER CHASE
- SUPER STAYERS INVITATIONAL
- SUPER SPRINTERS FINAL
- TOWNSVILLE CUP
ALBION PARK GOLD CUP – QUEENSLAND CUP
The Gold Cup was first run at Gabba in 1974 and was known as the Gabba Gold Cup until 1980 when sponsored by SGIO for a year and by Woolworths of another year. It went back to the Gabba Gold Cup until 1988 when the race became the FAI Gold Cup for four years. It changed to the Albion Park Gold Cup when racing transferred there in 1993. VIP Petfoods then sponsored the race from 2002 until last year when by current sponsor Cartwright Property Group came on board. It has been won by some champion stayers over the year’s Dotie Wilson, the only dog to win it twice in 75 and 76. Mandarin Girl 77, Picture This 82, National Star 85, Trojan Tears 94, Miss Cruise 95, Boronia Blossom 96, Totally Ablaze 98, Questions 99, Total Denial 02, Miss Brook 06, Miss Grub 07, Chinatown Lad 08, Queen Lauryn 09, Nellie Noddles 10, Bobby Boucheau 11, and 2012 He Knows Uno. In 2020 the event was renamed the Queesland Cup.
1974 Captain Winter, 1975 Dotie Wilson, 1976 Dotie Wilson, 1977 Mandarin Girl, 1978 Dusty Ginny, 1979 Mockacindy, 1980 Gini’s Choice, 1981 Final Dream, 1982 Picture This, 1983 High Monakii, 1984 Shy Deena, 1985 National Star, 1986 Clover Park, 1987 Shy Nimbus, 1988 Gary’s Hope, 1989 Mary Casey, 1990 Rocket To Tubrid, 1991 Cobbalena, 1992 Elusive Odie, 1993 Pilgrim’s Star, 1994 Trojan Tears, 1995 Miss Cruise, 1996 Boronia Blossom, 1998 Totally Ablaze, 1999 Questions, 2000 Amazing Dancer, 2001 Hotshow Vintage, 2002 Total Denial, 2003 Dooley’s Mist, 2004 Toss O’Reilly, 2005 Last Quoted, 2006 Miss Brook, 2007 Miss Grub, 2008 Chinatown Lad, 2009 Queen Lauryn, 2010 Nellie Noddles, 2011 Bobby Boucheau, 2012 He Knows Uno, 2013 Destini Fireball, 2014 Xylia Allen, 2015 Dzeko, 2016 My Boy Brodie, 2017 Fanta Bale, 2018 Tornado Tears, 2019 Bago Bye Bye, 2020 Classy Ethics, 2021 Sir Truculent, 2022 We The People.
2021 Mepunga Isla, 2022 Jungle Deuce
GOLDEN TICKET MATCH RACE
2020 Sennachie 29.67, 2021 Crazy Cool 29.61, 2022 Kooringa Lucy 30.12.
2020 Sennachie, 2021 Shima Shine, 2022 Jungle Deuce.
2021 Spotted Elk 29.75,
The Brisbane Cup has had a few name changes when it was first run in 1972 and won by Victorian Garron Court the race was known as the Gabba Sprint Championship. It remained that name until 1976. It was then called the Brisbane Cup from 1977 until 1981 changed in 1982 to be known as the Coca-Cola Cup until 1999 when it changed back to the Brisbane Cup. The race was conducted at the Gabba until the track closed in 1992 and since has been staged at Albion Park. In a massive boost in Prizemoney the race was moved to July and replaced the Winter Cup as such from when it was held in December. First Prize is now $250,000. Listed below is the Honour Roll containing some of the champion greyhounds among the past winners.
|1972||GARRON COURT (VIC)||33.67||1999||BOB’S ONE (NSW)||30.02||GROUP 1|
|1973||TOP SIMBI||32.85||2000||KANTARN BALE (VIC)||30.05||GROUP 1|
|1974||MISTER OOLLEE||32.90||2001||TRICKY CREEK||29.97||GROUP 1|
|1975||ALPHA BRAVA (NSW)||32.70||2002||TRICKY CREEK||30.15||GROUP 1|
|1976||CLOVER DUKE (NSW)||32.74||2003||BOGIE LEIGH||29.85||GROUP 1|
|1977||REBEL ATTACK||32.61||2004||MALFOY||30.16||GROUP 1|
|1978||YOUNG BREEZE (NSW)||33.31||2005||POROROCA||29.66||GROUP 1|
|1979||ACCLAIM STAR (NSW)||32.73||2006||PURE BURST||30.10||GROUP 1|
|1980||GENERAL JEFF (NSW)||32.72||2007||UNO JOEL||30.19||GROUP 1|
|1981||PICTURE THIS (VIC)||32.95||2008||EL GALO||29.84||GROUP 1|
|1982||PETER GLIDER (NSW)||32.89||2009||MR METZ||30.11||GROUP 1|
|1983||ACACIA PARK (NSW)||32.58||2010||HE KNOWS UNO (NSW)||30.00||GROUP 1|
|1984||NATIONAL LASS (NSW)||32.60||2011||GLEN GALLON||30.10||GROUP 1|
|1985||SUPER MAX (VIC)||32.74||2012||GOT A MOMENT||29.85||GROUP 1|
|1986||PRETTY FEARLESS||32.69||2013||KISS ME KUTUT (VIC)||29.82||GROUP 1|
|1987||WHIP TIP (NSW)||32.64||2014||KEYBOW (VIC)||29.98||GROUP 1|
|1988||DANCING GAMBLE||32.57||2015||DYNA DOUBLE ONE (VIC)||29.71||GROUP 1|
|1989||GOLDEN FOX (NSW)||32.63||2016||THIRTY TALKS||29.57||GROUP 1|
|1990||WHISKY BALE (NSW)||32.99||2017||FAST TIMES||29.77||GROUP 1|
|1991||NO IT’S NOT (Gr 1)||32.32||2018||HASTEN SLOWLY (VIC)||29.67||GROUP 1|
|1992||WHITE COONOWRIN (Gr 1)||32.83||2019||SENNACHIE||29.38||GROUP 1|
|1993||STAR TITLE (NSW) (Gr 1)||30.34||2020||BLACK OPIUM (VIC)||29.44||GROUP 1|
|1994||TOSS THE TEDDY (Gr 1)||30.50||2021||EQUALIZER (VIC)||29.52||GROUP 1|
|1995||FLYNG AMY (Gr 1)||29.89|
|1996||SILVER PAGEANT (Gr 1)||30.46|
|1997||BARRIO BABE (Gr 1)||30.24|
|1998||QUESTIONS (NSW) (Gr 1)||30.21|
Race held at GABBA 558 metres 1972-1992. Held at Albion Park 1993 to Present 520 metres
**** Sponsored and Called Coca-Cola Cup 1982-1999 – Brisbane Cup 1977-1981 & 2000 to Present.
The Winter Carnival Cup has taken on many different forms over the years and has been conducted also at different times during those years. It was first staged at the Gabba in 1978 and sponsored by famous Queensland brewing company Castlemaine XXXX and known as their Trophy, it was run over the testing 558 metre sprint course. It remained the Castlemaine XXXX Trophy right up until 1992 apart from one year in 1987 when it was called the Christmas Trophy. When racing moved to Albion Park in 1993 the race was called the Christmas Stocking for one year and it continued its Group 1 status that the race had gained in 1991 and maintains currently. The feature dropped back to Group 2 in 1997 and 1998 but returned to Group 1 in 1999. Like many other feature races around Australia in the 90’s in was sponsored by the Pet food company Eukanuba from 1994 to 1997 and its subsequent company Nutrience in 1998 and 1999. In 2000 the club developed the now successful Winter Carnival at the suggestion of race caller John Brasch and the race became that Carnivals major Group 1 feature the Winter Carnival Cup. It has been won by some champion sprinters over the years and the following is but a few of those stars. Call Me Roscoe 81, Glanzend 82, Acacia Park 84, Dancing Gamble 87, Golden Fox 88, Highly Blessed 90, Iceni Princess 92, Toban Leah 94, Flying Amy 95, Roanokee 96, Wine Glass 97, Winged Runner 99, Mint Mojo 2001, Elite State 2003, 2004 Trewly Special, 2008 Made To Size and 2009 Trew Millions. Listed below is the full honour roll.
***Event held twice in 1986 January & December. Held at the Gabba 1978 – 1992. Albion Park 1993 to Present
|1978||Brigadier North||Harold Follett||33.00||1999||Winged Runner||John Reimer||30.19|
|1979||Katie’s Disco||Steve Coleman||32.74||2000||Short Model||Lorraine Patterson||30.00|
|1980||Wings Of Steel||David Keep||32.92||2001||Mint Mojo||Ray Watson||30.59|
|1981||Call Me Roscoe||Ray Gatti||32.84||2002||Awesome Machine||Greg Stella||30.11|
|1982||Glanzend||Ernie Hill||32.60||2003||Elite State||Reg Kay||29.97|
|1983||Duration||Jim Roy||32.91||2004||Trewly Special||Tina Womann||30.16|
|1984||Acacia Park||Ron Brown||32.90||2005||Hades Rocket||Darren McDonald||29.90|
|1985||Amber Flash||Tony Zammit||32.89||2006||Fenceline||Engin Gemci||29.92|
|1986||Sharyn’s Vogue||L Plunkett||33.08||2007||Big Swell||Tina Womann||30.06|
|1986||Fifi She’s Not||Bill Moawad||32.61||2008||Made To Size||Reg Kay||30.39|
|1987||Dancing Gamble||Pauline Fruend||32.75||2009||Trew Millions||Tina Womann||30.17|
|1988||Golden Fox||Dennis Reid||32.99||2010||(Not Held)|
|1989||Son of Ella||Pat Masters||32.63||2011||Iso Octane||Tony Brett||29.93|
|1990||Highly Blessed||Doug Ferremi||32.47||2012||Glen Gallon||Tony Brett||29.86|
|1991||Soldier On||R Drummond||32.60||2013||Glen Gallon||Tony Brett||29.80|
|1992||Iceni Princess||Peter Gilmore||32.93||2014||Flash Reality||Tony Brett||29.71|
|1993||National Leader||Pat Davis||30.39||2015||Fabulous Storm||Reg Hazelgrove||29.83|
|1994||Toban Leah||Dave Brett||30.35||2016||Zambora Brockie||Anthony Azzopardi||29.72|
|1995||Flying Amy||Ron Ball||29.99||2017||Fast Times||Tony Brett||29.77|
|1996||Roanokee||Roger Green||30.06||2018||Jury||Tony Brett||29.81|
|1997||Wine Glass||Pat Ryan||30.34||2019||Not Held|
|1998||Shady Macbeth||Dave Brett||30.28||2020|
VINCE CURRY MEMORIAL
Listed below are the past winners of the Vince Curry Memorial named after famous Queensland broadcaster Vince Curry a caller who excelled calling both Gallops and Harness but never called the greyhounds. When the Ipswich G.R.C. was in its infancy in the early 1980s Vince assisted by arranging for radio 4BC to provide coverage of the new club’s Saturday night racing. At that stage no other radio station was interested, 4BC had never covered the greyhounds, and Vince went in to bat for this code. Without his help and assurances, getting greyhound racing started at Ipswich may not have happened.
1984 Katie’s Lad, 1985 Irish Quill, 1986 “Not Held”, 1987 Rustic Bridge, 1988 Gullpulil, 1989 What A Charmer, 1990 Balmartin Road, 1991 Slick Myth, 1992 Captain Standby, 1993 Eira Gwyn, 1994 Classy Marcy, 1995 Laredo Lad, 1996 Reliability, 1997 Token Prince, 1998 Doover Lacky, 1999 Just The Best, 2000 Pepper Pot, 2001 Awesome Attack, 2002 Mr. Reliable, 2003 Woops A Daisy, 2004 Runaway Sally, 2005 Vizcaya 2006 Winsome Ace and 2007 Flying Felicity, 2008 Red Aces, 2009 High Earner, 2010 Auriga Fox and 2011 Dance A Jig, 2012 Brook Lee and 2013 Allez Bridgette, 2014 Jungle Junction, 2015 Heidi Benz, 2016 Split Image & Paua To Avoid (DH), 2017 Fire To Rain 2018 Rose Honey, 2019 Spotted Wolf, 2020 Farmor Beach, 2021 Rumble Ranger, 2022 Shipwreck.
IPSWICH GOLD CUP
City of Ipswich Gold Cup contested over the 512m
1983 NEW GENERATION – BRIAN MCEVOY, 1984 DESURELEE – DAVID KEEP, 1985 JUST JANE – BRIAN MCEVOY, 1986 MYSTIC GHOST – GREG SEYMOUR, 1987 NEW TEARS – SID DAVIES, 1988 WHIP TIP – DENNIS REID, 1989 ACACIA ABLAZE – BRIAN MCEVOY, 1990 STERBOR RUBY – SEL GULEY, 1991 HAYLEWIE MISS – SID LEWIS, 1992 HAYLEWIE MISS – SID LEWIS, 1993 CASUAL ENCOUNTER – RICK FALL, 1994 TOBAN LEAH – DAVE BRETT, 1995 SUPER CRYSTAL – ROBERT KRAUSE, 1996 ROANOKEE – ROGER GREEN, 1997 BARRIO BABE – TONY ZAMMIT, 1998 GREAT RAIDER – JOHN REIMER, 1999 BOB’S ONE – BELINDA REID, 2000 SERIOUS GIRL – SUE MADDEN,
2001 GOLDEN DANNY – LORRAINE PATERSON 30.39.
City of Ipswich Gold Cup contested over the 520m
2002 SCOTTISH EXPRESS – GREG CANNON 30.73, 2003 FREEDOM BALE – TOM TZOUVELIS, 2004 FOOL STATE – REG KAY 30.72, 2005 RAVEN HILL – MICHEAL JOHNSTON 31.32, 2006 ELLIE’S DIAMOND – JOHN EDWARDS 30.44, 2007 SUPER HORNET – RAY BURMAN 30.71, 2008 BOGIE BLUE – RYAN AYRE 30.43, 2009 YIKES – CHRISTINE ROBARTSON 30.49, 2010 OCTANE SHOW – TONY BRETT 30.41, 2011 COLD FUSION – NEIL FALLS 30.34, 2012 POTSDAM – STEPHEN ROPLH 30.43, 2013 REGAL LAURYN – TONY BRETT 30.26, 2014 HAPPY HASWELL – REG KAY 30.23, 2015 CASH IN MOTION – ROBERT COOKE 30.35, 2016 THRITY TALKS – TONY BRETT *30.21, 2017 OUTSIDE PASS – TONY APAP 30.22, 2018 FAB FIT – DARREN RUSSELL 30.43, 2019 WISE MISTY – CRAIG HAZELGROVE 30.40, 2020 FARMOR BEACH – WAYNE SCOTT 30.33.
THE IPSWICH AUCTION
The Ipswich Auction Series has had a number of different sponsors since it commended in1989 it was called the Sci-Fleet Ford Auction series for three years, then from 1992 until 1994 it was the Celcast Auction Series. In 1995 for one year it was the Roofshield Auction Series and then the race was taken over by the Rob Lowe Car Company from 1997 until 2001 when the Highland Smash Repairs became the sponsor until 2013. Listed below is the full honour roll of the past winners.
1989 Milluna Miss, 1990 Our Gold Coin, 1991 Slick Myth, 1992 Impulsive Gamble, 1993 Marry Me Mary, 1994 Perro Star, 1995 Pride Of Stef, 1996 Nobody’s Fool, 1997 Blazing Honour, 1998 Travel Train, 1999 Hypnotic Trans, 2000 Stylish Bandit 2001 Pacific Flash, 2002 Happy Chappy, 2003 Awesome Design, 2004 Fool’s State, 2005 Don Paco, 2006 Rylee’s Revenge, 2007 Go Makatam, 2008 Elise Odette, 2009 Rail Raider, 2010 Iron Force, 2011 Pedro’s Thunder, 2012 Rob Pines, 2013 Fyre Out, 2014 Are Ate, 2015 Razen Toast, 2016 Magical Yessam, 2017 Pyro Bob, 2018 Tray Bit, 2019 Cool Hand Gus, 2020 Rio Valiente, 2021 Extra Malt, 2022 Sushi Mango.
The Derby has been won by some notable sprinters over the years with the best being Iron Hawk (78), Tangleshell (83), Your Attention (91), Jurassic Vapour (94), Dallas Man (95), Fear No Judge (96), Melbourne Cup winner Roanokee (97), Top Gun – National Sprint Champion Placard (2000), Winter Cup winner Awesome Machine (02), Top Gun Winner Black Enforcer in 2005 and star Victorian Superman in 2007. Two of Queensland’s most brilliant sprinters Size Can Matter and High Earner the Australia stakes record holder for sprinters won the event in 2008 and 2009. Listed below is the full honour roll of past winners.
1972 Dixie’s First, 1973 Dan Meadow, 1974 Ben Hamilton, 1975 High Climax, 1976 Irish Outlaw, 1977 Rebel Attack, 1978 Iron Hawk, 1979 Smart Mission, 1980 Morayfield, 1981 Hatari Chief, 1982 Duration, 1983 Tangleshell, 1984 Magic Gull, 1985 Kismet Range, 1986 Raging Rajah, 1987 Track Trump, 1988 Markaboy, 1989 Nifty Business, 1990 Mr Alert, 1991 Your Attention, 1992 Tears Finito, 1993 Dagenham, 1994 Jurassic Vapour, 1995 Dallas Man, 1996 Fear No Judge, 1997 Roanokee, 1998 Mighty McClurg, 1999 Fiery Asset, 2000 Placard, 2001 Sorcerer, 2002 Awesome Machine, 2003 Road Closed, 2004 Art Mann, 2005 Black Enforcer, 2006 Superman, 2007 Big Swell, 2008 Size Can Matter, 2009 High Earner, 2010 Franklin Style, 2011 Bogie King 2012 Bellagio Lad, 2013 Hello Good Bye, 2014 Flash Reality, 2015 Dyna Villa, 2016 France Sior, 2017 Rather Dapper, 2018 Two Times Twice 2019 Sennachie (May) Simon Told Helen (Dec), 2020 Sentenced, 2021 Just A Sort.
The Queensland Futurity is a time honoured flagship event for the Brisbane Greyhound Racing Club first run at the Gabba in 1973 it has been won by some wonderful sprinting bitches’ over the years most of which continued to carve out outstanding race careers and later proved their worth as brood bitches. Listed below is the full honour roll.
1973 Little Colleen, 1974 Hi Now, 1975 Kabisa Gem, 1976 Pinto Power, 1977 Overflow Love, 1978 Katie’s Disco, 1979 Gallant Anne, 1980 Pretty New, 1981 Miss Budweiser,1982 Truly Active, 1983 Double Crown, 1984 Rustic Venture, 1985 Kirsty’s First, 1986 Cyclone Magpie, 1987 Fifi She’s Not, 1988 Run Baby Run, 1989 Milluna Babe, 1990 Tardy Tears, 1991 I’m An Angel, 1992 Turbo Tears, 1993 Blue Chip Doll, 1994 Conquering Wind,1995 Marinette,1996 Ultra Dreams, 1997 Lough Derg, 1998 Barrio Fiesta, 1999 Golden Pepper, 2000 Winged Runner, 2001 Springtime Magic, 2002 M’Lady’s Fool, 2003 Bogie Leigh, 2004 Fool’s State, 2005 Smart And Sassy, 2006 Here I Come, 2007 Honey Mist, 2008 Queen Lauryn, 2009 Millennium, 2010 Velocity Regina, 2011 Imposing Jett, 2012 Katie Merry, 2013 Purcell Bale, 2014 Visualize It, 2015 Over Here, 2016 Fabregal, 2017 Neeky’s Way, 2018 She’s Gifted, 2019 Circle Of Dreams (May) Zipping Cosmo (Dec), 2020 Pump It, 2021 Tungsten Miss.
NATIONAL STRAIGHT TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP
The National Straight Track Championship is a three-state event. The first final was held at Healesville in 2019 when it was a listed event. It was Queensland turn in 2021 and will move to Murray Bridge in South Australia next year. Queenslanders have raced at their only straight track at Capalaba since the 1930’s. The event promises to become an important race on the National calendar.
2019, Peter Galo (Healesville), 2020 Not Held due to Covid, 2021 Deck Fifty Two (Capalaba)
QUEENSLAND PUPPY CLASSIC / FLYING AMY PUPPY CLASSIC
The race was first named the Queensland Puppy Classic until 1999 when the Brisbane Club decided to rename the event and honour one of the state’s great superstars Flying Amy. She had won the event in 1994 and went to rewrite the record books in a stellar career. “Amy” raced 59 times between 1993 and 1996 for 42 wins, five seconds and five thirds and retired with a-then Australian record of $354,105 in prize money. She won 20 of her 24 starts at Albion Park and fittingly the club decided to honour her achievements with the Flying Amy Classic. The first classic was conducted on 1999 and was won by Revlis by Melbourne Cup winner Silver Chisel from Keera he was bred and trained by John Dart. The black dog was raced by Northern Rivers identity Charlie Northfield. Between 2002 and 2009, the final was run in early May. The 2010 event was finalised in late April. Since 2011 the classic has been completed in June. (Note 1985-1992 race conducted at the Gabba.)
1985 Tegimi Hotshot, 1986 Keep The Chief, 1987 Rosoona Lynch, 1988 Tiger’s Sunset, 1989 Good Old Ces, 1990 Cobbalena, 1991 Madelina, 1992 Fearless Midge,1993 Toban Leah, 1994 Flying Amy, 1995 Sergeant Carter, 1996 Silver Pageant, 1997 Nujooloo, 1998 Mighty Bismark, 1999 Revlis, 2000 Short Model, 2001 Golden Danny, 2002 Greasy Grizzly, 2003 Woops A Daisy, 2004 Rare Roman, 2005 Poldar Thunder, 2006 Bluezella, 2007 Beyond The Call, 2008 Bogie Ace, 2009 Cosmic Rumble, 2010 Velocity Regina, 2011 He Knows Uno, 2012 Hanson Senor, 2013 Ben’s House, 2014 You Can Talk, 2015 Elusive Desire, 2016 Fabulous Bill, 2017 Shoes To Fill, 2018 Hasten Slowly, 2019 Feral Franky, 2020 Kiss And Spin, 2021 Jungle Deuce.
DASHING CORSAIR FINAL
The Dashing Corsair special event is run on Flying Amy Classic night as the support distance feature and is run over 710m. Like Amy, Dashing Corsair is remembered as super Queenslander and famous as the only greyhound in history to win both the National Sprint and National Distance Finals. He won the Distance final at Albion Park at his 125th start.
2020 Velocity Bettina, 2021 Zipping Niseko
TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES SPRINT FINAL
TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES DISTANCE FINAL
TAB ORIGIN GREYHOUND SERIES MATCH RACE
2021 Jungle Deuce.
GOLD COAST CUP
The club’s Cup has been up and down in prizemoney over the years they hosted the $70,000 Gold Coast Cup in July 1995 ($30,000‑to‑the‑winner), and it went to an all time high of $35,000 to the winner when won by Hot Shot in 1998. But like many clubs in Queensland they have done it tough from time to time and maintaining that extremely high prizemoney levels seems a thing of the past. However, after a couple of years at $20,000 to the winner the race was again elevated to Group 2 status in 2009 with $25,000 to the winner. The Gold Coast Cup was at its most famous creating nation-wide interest went won in back to back fashion by superstar Flying Amy in 95-96. It has been won by some star performers over the years. With the closing of the Gold Coast track after the 2008 final the race was maintained by the Brisbane club and will continue to be conducted as part of their Spring Carnival until 2017. Listed below is the past winners.
1978 Drum Brae, 1979 Secret Academy, 1980 Camaieu, 1981 Bianca Lee, 1982 Carnival Melody, 1983 Mathew’s World, 1984 Jatasha’s Star, 1985 Sharyn’s Vogue, 1986 Fifi She’s Not, 1987 Whip Tip, 1988 Riviera Chris, 1989 West Cape, 1990 Key Dancer, 1991 Wallowa Flash, 1992 Tickety Boo, 1993 Star Title, 1994 Flying Amy, 1995 Flying Amy, 1996 Sleepy Saint, 1997 Roanokee, 1998 Hotshot, 1999 Faithful Hawk, 2000 Ngarutao, 2001 Sydney Tiger, 2002 Mr Faithful, 2003 Elite State, 2004 Lethal Weapon, 2005 Magic Trance, 2006 Vapour Whirl, 2007 Buckingham Chuck, 2008 El Galo, 2009 Velocette, 2010 Late Show Lee, 2011 Not Held, 2012 Don’t Knocka Him, 2013 Punch One Out, 2014 Punch One Out, 2015 Norm The Storm, 2016 Split Image and 2017 Opal Nera.
1983 Hardell, 1984 Strident Chief, 1985 Squeaky Boy, 1986 Jeppy George, 1987 Premier Worker, 1988 Royal Minstrel, 1989 Like Her Mom, 1990 Blaine’s Bull, 1991 Hooded Chariot, 1992 Broker’s Tip, 1993 Last Rocketeer, 1994 Nimble’s Me Mum, 1995 Kimberly Cape, 1996 Calliope Rocket, 1997 Kylie’s Melody, 1998 Ominous Lass, 1999 Blazing Gem, 2000 Mystique, 2001 Brookside Shiraz, 2002 Knorrit Flat, 2003 Real Attitude, 2004 Hitech King, 2005 Amby’s Love, 2006 Go Princess, 2007 Thatz Classic, 2008 Thatz Classic, 2009 Grampian, 2010 My Boy Monty, 2011 Terrific Style, 2012 Petie Pie, 2013 Custom Idea, 2014 Miner’s Moss, 2015 Bill’s Fantasy, 2016 Cyndie’s Magic, 2017 Split Image, 2018 Fire To Rain, 2019 Regal Recall, 2020 Shakey Diesel, 2021 Orchestrate, 2022 Dulceria.
|2021 (Oct)||Impact||Kevin Ellis||1957|
|2021 (May)||Columbian King||Jamie Hosking||19.55|
|2020||Hara’s Clyde||Tony Brett||19.69|
|2018||Leeroy Rogue||Jeff Crawford||19.48|
|2017||Too Many Bills||Renald Attard||19.66|
|2016||Better Than This||Kerry Hoggan||19.62|
|2015||Burj Khalifia||Glen Monkman||19.69|
|2014||Burj Khalifia||Glen Monkman||19.51|
|2013||Veno||John Adams||19.76 Dead Heat|
|Are They Now||Peter Ruetschi*||19.76 Dead Heat|
|2012||Text Me Daddy||Glen Smith||19.79|
|2011||Rylee’s Enforcer||Gregory Stella||19.40|
|2010||Hanify’s Forte||Colin Graham||19.79|
|2009||Mr. Metz||Ron Ball||19.92|
1980-1992 704 metres at the Gabba- 1992 to Present 710 metres at Albion Park. Name changed in 2020 to the Dashing Corsair Final.
1980 Katie’s Disco, 1981 Beaumaris Sue, 1982 Half Stout, 1983 Kyril Chief, 1984 Indian Town, 1985 Indian Town, 1986 Amanda Flash, 1987 Hopeful Doll, 1988 Shy Nimbus, 1989 Kirsty’s Charity, 1990 Western Creole, 1991 Vindicate, 1992 Fire Alarm, 1993 Trojan Tears, 1994 Scobane, 1995 Lady Beaver, 1996 Justa Cutie, 1997 Shape Shifter, 1998 Nujooloo, 1999 Questions, 2000 Bring The Bacon, 2001 Banner Park, 2002 Total Denial, 2003 Token Sally, 2004 Spanish Belle, 2005 Royal Riddle, 2006 Lucy’s Light, 2007 Ellie’s Diamond, 2008 Nicely Done, 2009 Forty Twenty, 2010 Nellie Noodles, 2011 Piping Hot, 2012 Mocha Shocker, 2013 Bogie Dawn, 2014 Wag Tail, 2015 Tuavasa Shek, 2016 Cyndie’s Magic, 2017 Champagne Sally, 2018 Champagne Sally, 2019 Infrared Lad, 2020Velocity Bettina.
SUPER STAYERS INVITATIONAL
2021 Maggie Moo Moo.
SUPER SPRINTERS FINAL
|1981||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Sharp Admiral||38.92|
|1982||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Stacey’s Luck|
|1983||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Tat Legend||38.26|
|1984||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Idol Eyes|
|1986||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Stop The Act||38.52|
|1987||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Madonna’s Lass|
|1988||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Sneakin’ Joe|
|1989||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Avenue Princess||38.61|
|1990||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Whatta Jester||39.02|
|1991||Townsville Cup||Tvl||643m||Act All Over||38.97|
|1993||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Chris Mac|
|1994||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Blessed Power||30.18|
|1995||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Super Rajan||29.62|
|1996||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Local Colour||29.38|
|1997||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Curly Shuffle||29.34|
|1998||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Neslo Flyer||29.77|
|2001||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Paddington Bear||29.12|
|2002||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Rob’s Heart Beat||28.90|
|2003||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Mr. Footprints||29.38|
|2004||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Devine Gem||29.22|
|2005||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Happy Valentine||28.91|
|2007||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Angel Flight||29.00|
|2009||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Ryan’s A Rocket||29.41|
|2010||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Mr. Metz||29.87|
|2011||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Velocity Regina||28.57|
|2012||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Hanson Senor||28.89|
|2013||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Spirited Flame||28.67|
|2014||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Farmor Las Vegas||28.59|
|2015||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Race not run|
|2016||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Zabdon Ferrari||28.33|
|2017||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Gadby’s Road||28.90|
|2018||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Big Bad Bob||28.74|
|2019||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Quara’s Flick||28.68|
|2020||Townsville Cup||Tvl||498m||Hara’s Panda||28.55|