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Albany

Albany racecourse is located 420 kilometers south east of Perth in Western Australia and is the home of the Albany Racing Club. The coastal city was first settled in 1826 with the Albany Racing Club established in 1865. The original race track was located on the northern outskirts of the township until 1926 when the course was re-located to Centenary Oval and was only 1075 meters in circumference. 

In 1975 the current course was built on a site east of the city on Roberts Road and was named the Percy Spenser Racecourse in honour of a long-serving past race club president who died in 1976. Albany Racing Club conducts 10 race meetings each season between January and May. The feature event is the Albany Cup held on Easter Sunday. Albany racecourse is a 20 meters wide symmetrical flat oval with a circumference of 1600 meters and home straight of 300 metres.

 

Albany racecourse is a wel turfed course with two starting chutes for races over 1600m and 2100m. The smooth sweeping turns and long straights give all runners a fair chance from most starts.

 

 

 

Track Details
Straight 300m
Circumference 1600m
Direction Anti-Clockwise

Information from www.racingandsports.com


Top 5 Jockeys at Albany
Jockey
Win
Rides
SR%
Beaux Banovic-Edwards
7 50
14%
Ms K Yuill
7
50
14%
Natasha Faithfull
7
50
14%
Andrew Castle
6
50
12%
Brodie Kirby
5
50
10%

Top 5 Trainers at Albany
Trainer Win
Runners
SR%
M L Lane
15
50
30%
Adam Durrant
12
50
24%
Darren McAuliffe
11
50
22%
Jason Miller
10
50
20%
Matthew Kiddle
9
50
18%

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