Ipswich Greyhounds News
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While there are many prominent races taking place in Australia each year, there are also many smaller local Queensland races that attract many punters online. For example, the Ipswich greyhounds racing at the popular Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club have many top notch race meetings each year that provide great odds for Aussie punters. Luckily for the average Aussie punters and fans, there are more excellent opportunities to place bets on these events through online wagering venues than ever before.
Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club
The Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club hosts the majority of the great races contested among the Ipswich greyhounds. The track consists of a 444 metre circumference with a radius of turns of 44 metres and a track width of 12 metres. Although there are many great events that take place throughout the year, there are a few main events that attract the majority of the attention surrounding the Ipswich greyhounds. For example, the Highland Smash Repairs Ipswich Auction Series and the Highland Smash Repairs Vince Curry Memorial Maiden Series run over a distance of 520 metres are two of the most popular race meetings hosted by the
Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club. Other popular main events include the City of Ipswich Gold Cup and the Young Guns Series both run over a distance of 520 metres. The track features a two-turn loam track with televised race meetings every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Some of the more notable distance records include Reliability with a time of 24.76 in 1996 over a distance of 431 metres, Queen Lauryn with a time of 30.01 over 520 metres in 2008 and a time of 37.03 over 630 metres in 2009. Pure Torque in 2003 set the record for a 431 metres SEC with a time of 13.24.
The City of Ipswich Gold Cup
Perhaps the most popular event contested among the Ipswich greyhounds is the Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club? City of Ipswich Gold Cup run over a distance of 520 metres. This is definitely one of the main attractions for Australian punters and an event that many will be placing wagers on through the great online bookmakers available.
The City of Ipswich Gold Cup heats are set to kick off 21st October. This will dictate which greyhounds will compete in the following finals. Also on the 21st of October, the Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club will also be hosting the popular Highland Smash Repair Maiden Final run over a distance of 520 metres. The City of Ipswich Gold Cup Finals will be contested on 28th October over a distance of 520 metres and will officially crown a champion and recipient of the $25,000 first place prize. The 28th October will also see the City of Ipswich Gold Cup Consolation race. For all of the Australian punters interested in placing wagers on the Ipswich greyhounds, you will definitely not want to miss this great upcoming race meeting in October.
With all of the great opportunities to place bets on greyhound races taking place throughout Australia, there are many local smaller races that often get overlooked. The great news is there are many great online bookmakers and wagering venues providing superior odds and betting options for these events that are extremely desirable to the average Aussie punter. For instance, there are many punters that have recently been taking advantage of the great races being contested among the Ipswich greyhounds racing at the popular Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club in Queensland. Perhaps the most notable of all the events hosted at this popular venue is the City of Ipswich Gold Cup run over a distance of 520 metres. All Australian punters should be looking into these great chances that provide some excellent odds to walk away a winner!