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ALBANY RACECOURSE MAP

 

Best Recent Times Recorded

1000 57.83
1100 1.05.23
1200 1.09.54
1400 1.23.10
1500 1.29.75
1600 1.38.16
1800 1.52.78
   

Gentle bends and two long straights give most horses a chance, whether leading or from behind.

The track was named after Percy Spencer who died in 1976, He had worked in motor workshops and service stations since he was a lad, and had a great interest in racing and the Albany racecourse.

The new running rail and track upgrade was completed in 1975.

Fran Gammon was the first woman to train a Perth Cup winner and the first woman to train an Albany Cup winner with Hydroflight in 1981.

The Albany Racing Club was established in 1865 and operated from a track on the eastern side of Perth Road, near the present North Albany High School site until 1925. In 1926 the race course was opened at Centennial Oval to celebrate 100 years of Albany and racing continued there until 1975.