Brisbane Racing Carnival’s Tattersall’s Tiara Explained

The Tattersalls Tiara is the last racing major Group 1 race of the Australian season, and is the main race in the Brisbane racing carnival for fillies and mares. The last race was held on 20th June 2015 and was won by the horse Skrikandi. It became a Group 1 race in 2007, and is now one of the premier horse races of the area. Owners and breeders in particular are very keen on the Tatts Tiara, as it gives them the chance for their fillies and mares to increase their stud value, and many entries come from all over Australia, some even from the southern states. It is traditionally run at the racecourse at Eagle Farm, over the distance of 1400 metres, with the total prize money of 500,000 dollars. Continue reading http://Brisbane%20Racing%20Carnival’s%20Tattersall’s%20Tiara%20Explained