Capturing moments as ‘A Picnic Family’

Gippsland’s Naomi Seccombe is a familiar face around Victoria’s Picnic racing circuit and can usually be seen behind her camera capturing the action as it happens. Naomi and her jockey husband Grant met in their teens and have been together since they started out in their fascinating careers in horse racing. Naomi, whose dad is a trainer, has been around […] Continue Reading

Interview with Premiership winner Courtney Pace

Bendigo-based jockey Courtney Pace, 26, reigning Victorian Picnic Jockey of the Year was in great spirits when we interviewed her and has some good advice for aspiring jockeys. How long have you been riding? Dad’s a trainer so I’ve been around horses all of my life, riding as long as I can remember and doing track work since I was […] Continue Reading

From Cranbourne to Traralgon, now we’re heading to Balnarring

We’ve had a busy couple of weeks at Quilly Park! On Friday, October 16th we were proud sponsor of the inaugural Cranbourne Corinthian to launch the start of the picnic racing season at Cranbourne. The jockeys were delighted to get a crack at the Open Trophy Picnic Race under lights and the race was broadcast live on Racing.com. Cranbourne Turf […] Continue Reading

Interview with jockey Clay Beasy

Quilly Park interviews Moorooduc-based Clay Beasy on the highs and lows of life as a jockey. How long have horses been a part of your life? Since I was born, I’ve been riding since I was 4. What got you started? Have you ever questioned your decision to become a jockey? Racing is in our family. I did question whether […] Continue Reading