There were three local winners and a tied heat at Moruya Jockey Club race day

James Tugwell
By James Tugwell
Updated June 23 2022 - 6:43am, first published June 22 2022 - 8:00am
Brave Maso trained by Natalie Jarvis winning race four at Moruya Jockey Club. Picture: supplied Thorotek racing

Hundreds lined the course of the Moruya Jockey Club (MJC) track despite a cold and drizzly Tuesday afternoon to watch a seven-race card of horse racing on June 21.


James Tugwell

James Tugwell


James Tugwell is a reporter for Australian Community Media in Batemans Bay.

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