Almanac Racing – Yea, it’s St Pat’s.

Glen was at Yea Racecourse on Saturday for the St Pat’s Cup and learns he should probably watch his punting.

Sister Olive Raceday Recap, Yea, 2014

Glen heads to the Yea picnics which are full of character and helps celebrate Sister Olive’s 1921 Cup win with a nod to a decent old distance race. [Lovely day out – Ed]

Crio’s Racing: Get on Sandown, Dunkeld and Yea this Saturday

Don’t put Racing on the shelf just because the Flemington marquees are coming down. There’s still a great Saturday in Victoria – a cracking Metro meet at Sandown, an iconic Country card at Dunkeld as well as the picnics around the lovely Yea golf course.

Tigers see the light

Nestled in Victoria’s high country about a one-and-a-half hour drive north of Melbourne is the town of Yea.It wasoriginally known as Muddy Creek settlement after the Yea River which was called Muddy Creek until 1878. The town was named after a Colonel Lacy Yea who was killed in the Crimean War.