Menu
News

MP Butcher part owner in Townsville Cup winning horse

Honey Toast trainer Ben Currie holds up the Townsville Cup after jockey Paul Hammersly won the $60,000 race yesterday.
Honey Toast trainer Ben Currie holds up the Townsville Cup after jockey Paul Hammersly won the $60,000 race yesterday.

GLADSTONE owned horse Honey Toast had the biggest win of its racing career yesterday, taking out the $60,000 Townsville Cup.

The horse owned by the Gladstone Racing Syndicate and managed by Gladstone Member of Parliament Glenn Butcher was bought by the syndicate for $2000.

The horse is trained by Ben Currie in Toowoomba and was ridden on the day by Paul Hammersly.

Topics:  editors picks glenn butcher honey toast horse racing



Local couple share what makes a marriage last for 50 years

LIFE WITH LAUGHTER: Carol and Allan Pease look back. Carol said "I was always in love with him”.

Carol and Allan Pease celebrated with family.

$200k saving is just the beginning for council shake up

BIG JOB: Roslyn Baker is the chief executive officer of Gladstone Regional Council.

New structure will lead to savings for community

Gladstone ED outperforms state

Emergency department one of Queensland's best

Local Partners