News About: Pakenham

Moody Charged Over Positive Swab Result

Moody Charged Over Positive Swab Result

27 Sep, 2011

Trainer Peter Moody has been charged over a positive swab result

Racing Victoria stewards have charged top Melbourne trainer Peter Moody for presenting Lethal Arrow to race with prohibited substance in his system at Pakenham on May 17.

Lethal Arrow won the Schweppes 0-68 Handicap over 1,300 metres on the day, however, his victory is …

Moody Defends Positive Swab Test Allegations

Moody Defends Positive Swab Test Allegations

21 Sep, 2011

Trainer Peter Moody has defended a positive swab result

Top Melbourne trainer Peter Moodyhas been forced to defend himself after allegations were made that he was responsible for racing a number of horses who were found to test positive to illegal substances.

The allegations are believes to have been made by leading Sydney trainers after …

Tynong Racecourse On Track For Development

Tynong Racecourse On Track For Development

5 Apr, 2011

The Pakenham Racing Club (PRC) is now able to go ahead with their plans to build a first-class racing and training facility at Tynong, after they officially sold the Pakenham Racecourse last week.

The Pakenham Racecourse, which will conclude racing in 2013, was sold for $38 million to Victorian developers, The Corcoris Group (TCG).

The …

Pakenham Packs Up In 2013

Pakenham Packs Up In 2013

30 Mar, 2011

Racing at Pakenham is coming to an end after a deal was reached between the Pakenham Racing Club and property developers.

It was somewhat of a formality with the Pakenham track sitting in the south-eastern outer suburbs of Melbourne, a major residential growth area putting huge value on the land for new real estate developments.…

Racing Victoria March Meeting Outcomes Revealed

Racing Victoria March Meeting Outcomes Revealed

8 Mar, 2011

The March edition of the Racing Victoria Board Meeting has seen a focus on the proposed expansion of night racing at Cranbourne Racecourse later in the year.

Racing Victoria Chief Executive, Rob Hines, is hoping to minimise any problems that may arise from the introduction of more night races.

“To accommodate the new night meetings …