Warwick Farm Race Day – Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Wednesday, 8th April 2020
When a trainer is looking to get to get the measure of a horse there are a few things they look for. Pedigree. Stride length. Muscle tone. Movement and balance. The horse’s coat. And there are few places better to do it than at Warwick Farm.
Our course is a focal point for anyone involved in the sport. With state-of-the-art training facilities and Australia’s leading thoroughbred auctioneer William Inglis & Son Ltd situated next-door, the racecourse is at the heart of a community that prides itself on developing equine potential into elite performance on the world-stage.
So whether you’re an owner, a trainer, or just a racing enthusiast looking to get closer to this sport we love, join us at Warwick Farm and experience the insiders track.
Racing takes place across 23 Wednesday afternoons each year. Entry is free.
Plan Your Day
Make the occasion even more special by reserving your place in the charming Chipping Norton Dining room. Picnic hampers and bar platters are also available. Call 1300 729 668 to enquire.
Explore Warwick Farm
Find out about where to watch the horses, food and drink options, and other information on how to best experience a Warwick Farm raceday.
Travel and Parking
This green oasis is easily accessible by public transport. The racecourse is located conveniently close to Warwick Farm train station and provides ample free parking.
Members’ can access private viewing lawns, Grandstand seating and lounges at Warwick Farm. Membership offers exclusive facilities at our four venues at all 110 racedays each year.
In this relaxed raceday setting we encourage guests to dress smart casual. A dress code in the Members’ Reserve applies.
A Different Equine Experience
After racing head next door to William Inglis & Son Ltd Riverside Stables complex to enjoy a glass of Champagne. You may even catch the unique spectacle of some thoroughbred sales.
Did You Know?
Warwick Farm has a varied history. For example, it was used as a military barracks during World War II and was once home to a motor racing circuit hosting the Australian Grand Prix in 1963, 1967 and 1971.