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WAVERLEY

New Zealand - NZ | RACE COURSE GUIDE

  • Ihupuku Road, Waverley

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
18 APR 2024

R1 - R8 GOOD

True 8 79
12 OCT 2023

R1 - R10 GOOD

Out 3m From Winning Post To 1350m, Remainder True 10 108
10 SEP 2023

R1 - R9 SOFT

Out 3m From 950m-320m, Remainder True 9 93
25 AUG 2023

R1 - R8 HEAVY

True 8 72
03 MAR 2023

R1 - R9 GOOD

True 9 85
21 OCT 2022

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 3m from 1550m to 1000m Remainder True 8 82
06 OCT 2022

R1 - R8 HEAVY

Out 2m 800 to 320 Remaining out 3m 8 78
11 SEP 2022

R1 - R8 HEAVY

True | 9mm Rain Overnight 8 76
21 AUG 2022

R1 - R8 HEAVY

Out 3m 950-320m Cutaway Rail Remainder True | 3mm Rain Overnight. 8 74
17 JUN 2022

R1 - R9 HEAVY

Out 3m from 950m -320m | Out 3m from WP to 1500m | 28mm Rain Overnight. 9 95
04 JUN 2022

R1 - R8 HEAVY

True | 1mm Overnight. 8 86
01 APR 2022

R2 - R8 DEAD

True | Heavy Dew. 8 74

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