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Gloucester Park is a unique and versatile venue in Perth, showcasing exciting harness racing every Friday night. The superbly appointed facilities include 3 restaurants operating during race nights and 9 function rooms available for private hire on any day or night of the week.


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Race Meeting Details

FRIDAY 25TH AUGUST 2017

  • Races include AUGUST CUP THE SCHRADER FINAL
  • Gates Open: 4:30pm
  • Admission: $12 Adult, $6 Concession.
  • Free for accompanied under 18's

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Race Meeting Details

TUESDAY 29TH AUGUST 2017

  • Gates Open: 3:00pm
  • Admission: Free

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18 August 2017
THE 'BIG THREE' NOMINATE FOR THE 2017 TABTOUCH PERTH INTER DOMINION

Arguably Australasia’s three best pacers have nominated for the 2017 TABtouch Inter Dominion at Gloucester Park, with connections of Lazarus, Hectorjayjay and Lennytheshark this week nominating for the $1.8M series.

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17 August 2017
WA Trotting Media Guild Friday's Thoughts 18th August

Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have labelled Ima Rocknroll Legend and Quite A Delight as stand-out bets for Friday night's meeting at Gloucester Park.

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17 August 2017
Moment of truth for Thereugo

It’s a classic case of tearing out your hair and then curling the mo. That’s the rollercoaster ride of Oldbury horseman Donald Harper with pint-sized gelding Thereugo, the first pacer he has bred.

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17 August 2017
Trial points to Our Magical Miracle

Well-bred four-year-old Our Magical Miracle will resume after an absence of eight months when he starts from barrier two on the back line of the 2130m Slater Gartrell Sports Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night and the lightly-raced gelding should prove hard to beat after an impressive performance in a 2150m trial at Byford on Sunday morning.

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17 August 2017
Franco Rayner resumes

Speedy pacer Franco Rayner will resume after a three-month absence when he will start from the outside of the front line (No. 9) in the 2130m $23,000 Retravision Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. But Banjup trainer-reinsman Colin Brown said that he is not intending to use the four-year-old’s blistering gate speed and that he would be driving the gelding conservatively.

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17 August 2017
Voak opts for Veiled Secret

Chris Voak has given punters a valuable lead by opting to drive veiled Secret in preference to Captured Delight in the Choices Flooring Pace for two-year-old fillies at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

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