PAUL Gallen won’t be alone in his effort to spoil Toowoomba’s celebration at Rumours International on Friday night.
HARD work and elite training are paying dividends for two Toowoomba juniors as they continue their climb in Queensland’s track cycling ranks.
TEMPERAMENTAL gelding I Can I Will I Am gave racegoers a glimpse of his true ability when he bounded to an effortless win at Clifford Park yesterday.
QUEENSLAND country racing officials hope to get a clearer picture of the industry’s immediate future when they meet with Racing Minister Grace Grace.
BEENLEIGH Hawks roll up to Commonwealth Oval on Sunday with a new pitcher, but it won’t prove a distraction for Toowoomba Rangers .
PUNTERS will be banking on apprentice Hannah English racking up a career first when she partners Toowoomba gelding Scenic Road at Clifford Park this afternoon.
BRENDON Smith doubts his family can ever repay Toowoomba for the loyalty and support the city continues to offer them.
A PRELIMINARY final loss to University at USQ Oval last September was not how Toowoomba Rangers had pictured their Risdon Cup title defence playing out.
TO DARLING Downs bike racing fans, Patrick Shaw is the unofficial face of the FKG Tour Of Toowoomba.
TOOWOOMBA filly Love Spy delivered her connections a $50,000 bonus when she continued her booming career start at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday.
Glen was transferred to the Chronicle editorial section from the comp room in 1992. He worked initially as a racing sub-editor, sport sub-editor and paginator. He worked as a fill-in racing and sport writer during that time before moving into writing full-time.