October 11, 2020
The Australian Turf Club celebrated one of the most stylish days of Everest Carnival, Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day.
Hosted in The Moët & Chandon Bar at Royal Randwick by Abbey Way, guests enjoyed an exclusive VIP luncheon including a three-course menu curated by ATC guest chef from The Star’s BLACK Bar & Grill, Dany Karam. Guests were treated to a superbly paired portfolio of Moët & Chandon’s Rosé Champagne designed by Moët Hennessy champagne ambassador, Dean O’Reilly.
Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day marked the second day of the exciting new digital fashion competition, Spring Fashion Stakes, offering stylish racing enthusiasts the chance to win cash and an array of exciting prizes by uploading a picture in their fabulous raceday outfit from at home or at the track.
The glamorous day featured a touch of pink theme and a sparkling field of three-year-old contenders in the feature event, the Group 1 $1 million Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes, won by David Payne-trained filly Montefilia.
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