TGIF ! All The Friday Racing

First Fairview race off @ 12h25

The International Racing Calendar for Friday has been published.

Here’s the line-up.

USA  Race 1  am/pm Races Harness / Horseracing
Penn National 00:00 am 7 Horseracing
Remington Park 01:00 am 8 Horseracing
Maryborough 03:51 am 10 Harness
Canberra 04:30 am 8 Horseracing
Tamworth 04:45 am 8 Horseracing
Cairns 04:52 am 8 Horseracing
Wagga 05:12 am 8 Harness
Wodonga 06:00 am 7 Horseracing
Cranbourne 09:10 am 9 Horseracing
Mildura 09:37 am 8 Harness
Dubbo 09:49 am 8 Harness
Newcastle 10:10 am 9 Harness
Albion Park 10:52 am 8 Harness
Gloucester Park 11:26 am 10 Harness
Fairview 12:25 pm 8 Horseracing
Borrowdale 12:35 pm 7 Horseracing
Saint Cloud 13:25 pm 8 Horseracing
Ayr 14:15 pm 7 Horseracing
Newbury 14:30 pm 8 Horseracing
Fontwell 14:40 pm 7 Horseracing
Bath 17:40 pm 7 Horseracing
Exeter 18:00 pm 7 Horseracing
Cork 14:58 pm 7 Horseracing
Kilbeggan 17:00 pm 7 Horseracing
Gulfstream Park 18:40 pm 9 Horseracing
Aqueduct 19:20 pm 8 Horseracing

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