It was a rainy day for the Tabulam races in 2012. Could it be the same this year?
It was a rainy day for the Tabulam races in 2012. Could it be the same this year? FILE

Heading to Tabulam

LISMORE trainers Danny Bowen and Owen Glue will look to continue on their winning ways at the Tabulam Racing Club non-TAB meeting tomorrow.

Both had wins at Murwillumbah earlier this week and have horses in the $7000 Sam Horden Memorial Tabulam Cup (1400m).

The Glue-trained Mile High Madam won the Benchmark 45 Handicap (1530m) at the non-TAB meeting.

Bowen has five-year-old mare Harada Tat Tat, which won at Lismore over 1300m last month.

He is also one of the owners of Major General, which won the Tweed Daily News Benchmark 45 Hcp (2000m).

Meanwhile, Casino trainer Stephen Bennett won the Tabulam Cup with Dictatorship last year and the horse is set to run again.

Dictatorship has placed in four of its past five starts and last won at Lismore over 1400m in March.

Beaudesert trainer Ben Robinson is also bringing back eight-year-old mare Chinsky, which ran second in the cup last year.

Robinson has had 11 horses accepted with three of his runners in the Errol and Mary O'Driscoll Memorial Plate (1000m).

Bennett also has five-year-old mare Brave Solder nominated for the race.

Tabulam has one race meeting a year with campers usually making a weekend of it.

There will be five races this year with the first set down for 1.35pm.

Racing returns to Ballina with a TAB meeting next Friday.

The Lismore Turf Club has its next TAB meeting on November 22.



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