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Bundaberg horses on track at Rockhampton today

Winner of race 5 at Callaghan Park, Scott McCallum on All Significant. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Winner of race 5 at Callaghan Park, Scott McCallum on All Significant. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

IT HAS been a long time since the Melbourne Cup day meet at Thabeban Park but Bundaberg trainers and horses are back on track today.

Four local trainers have taken six horses to race at Rockhampton today.

Bundaberg is represented in three of the six races on the card with Mossetarsi, All Significant and Tedika starting in race 5.

The Dale Wright trained Select Trade is in race 4 while Tony Hess and Darryl Gardiner have Picawinner and Prospector Bob in race 6

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