The Championships Day 2, Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day
Saturday, 9th April 2022Buy tickets
Get your fun back on track for The Championships Day 2 – Longines Queen Elizbaeth Stakes Day at Royal Randwick.
The day is renowned for a race steeped in history, The Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes. It’s honours board includes stellar names from Tulloch to Winx. Prestige, assured legacy and record prize money of $4m will guarantee a world-class field in 2021. The undercard includes two other Group 1s (the world’s most prestigious class of racing) the $2 million Schweppes Sydney Cup and the Group 1 $1 million Australian Oaks.
Pop-up bars, live bands and DJs, uplifting hospitality experiences restaurants and Sydney’s finest street vendors help create an unforgettable atmosphere. For fashionistas Longines Prize for Elegance is a highlight.
Hospitality packages are now on sale.
General Admission Ticket (Groups 10+)
Book before 31 January and save over 35% when you book for a group of 10 or more. (Door price $65). Provides access to general admission areas.Book Now
General Admission Ticket (Adult)
Book before 31 January and save over 30%. (Door price $65). Provides access to general admission areas.Book Now
General Admission Reserved Trackside Table for 6
Reserved trackside table for six people on the Kensington Lawn. Includes one beverage voucher per person.Book Now
Plan Your Day
Longines Prize For Elegance
Dress with style and elegance for a chance to win the world renowned Longines Prize for Elegance Award.
Travel and Parking
Located close to CBD in the Eastern Suburbs, there are convenient public transport options to Royal Randwick. Multi-story car parking available.
Food and Drink
From five-star formal dining to picnics and food vans from Sydney’s vibrant dining scene serving cuisine from all across the globe
We kindly ask guests to adhere to our dress code which is in place to maintain the sense of occasion that makes a race day so special.
Where To Watch The Horses
Savour the atmosphere of the day stalls, study the form in the ‘Theatre of the Horse’ or hear the thunder of the approaching hooves by watching a race from the rails.