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1939 Mallawa Bracelet favourite ‘got at’

ALL hell broke loose at Mallawa picnic races in 1939 when claims were made that red-hot Bracelet favourite Clarebong had been doped. Clarebong, a 13-year-old prolific picnicker owned by Clifford Longworth, won the Boolooroo and Talmoi Cups the previous year and was chasing back-to-back Mallawa Bracelets. But...

Beyond Everest

Inverell race-caller Greg Kachel's phantom call of the Beyond Everest All-Stars Picnic Gold Cup Finally, a race meeting in heaven Click arrow in bottom left-hand corner of box to listen: [audio wav="http://www.deluxecafemoree.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Beyond-Everest-All-Star-Picnic-Gold-Cup.wav"][/audio]           The Triangle, a book chronicling the history of bush racing across north-western NSW, will be for sale...

Moree history preserved with $23,000 funding

EFFORTS to preserve Moree’s historic buildings have received a boost with Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall announcing a $23,000 grant from the State Government for local heritage projects. Moree Plains Shire Council has received the funding to continue its small heritage grants program and to subsidise...