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  • The Racecourse, Purnell Street, PO Box 15, Wanganui

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
11 JUL 2024


Out 2m From 1300m to 1600m, Remainder Out 6m 8 74
01 JUN 2024


True 8 84
09 MAY 2024

R1 - R10 SOFT

Out 4m 10 101
27 APR 2024


True 8 75
05 APR 2024

R1 - R9 SOFT

True 9 89
22 FEB 2024

R1 - R6 GOOD

Out 4m 6 58
09 FEB 2024

R1 - R9 GOOD

Out 4m 9 103
11 JAN 2024

R1 - R10 GOOD

True 10 108
02 DEC 2023

R1 - R9 GOOD

True 9 118
25 NOV 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 5m from 450m to Post remainder Out 4m 8 79
02 NOV 2023

R1 - R9 SOFT

Out 4m 9 112
02 SEP 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

True 8 77

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