February 8, 2018
Racegoers will be able to enjoy Group racing at Warwick Farm Racecourse this Saturday, 10 February for Inglis Classic Race Day followed by the inaugural Inglis Classic Yearling Sales at the magnificent New Inglis Riverside complex.
Trackside, a host of free family activities including a petting zoo, pony rides, jumping castle, face painters and carnival games will keep all ages entertained through the afternoon.
The popular Foodies Markets will also be trackside serving a Country Market inspired food offering.
The Summer Punters Pack will be available for pre-purchase for just $39 which includes racecourse entry, two standard drinks, a food pack, reserved seating in the grandstand, a racebook and access to the Punters Pack area in the Carioca Bar & Cafe.
The 2018 Inglis Classic Race Day will feature the Group 2 $200,000 Yarraman Park Breeders Classic, Group 3 $150,000 Aquis Farm Eskimo Prince Stakes alongside the $250,000 2YO Inglis Classic and $250,000 3YO Inglis Sprint and several other quality races.
Bjorn Baker-trained Egyptian Symbol leads the market at $3.40 TAB Fixed Odds in the Group 2 feature of the day, the Yarraman Park Breeders Classic, following his third place in the Magic Million Snippets on 13 January.
Market odds for the full program on Saturday are available at TAB.com.au
The Warwick Farm track was rated a Good 4 on Thursday morning, and a full report by Mark Jones, Warwick Farm Track Manager, is available here
The 2018 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale will begin at 6pm and will continue from 11am each day until it concludes on Tuesday 13 February.
The first race on Saturday is at 12.45pm and last race at 5.45pm. Gates open at 11.30am (11.15am ATC Members).
A complimentary shuttle bus service will be operational between Warwick Farm Railway Station and the Racecourse. The shuttle will be operating frequently between 11.00am to 6.00pm.
For all ticketing, hospitality, racing and general information visit theATC.com.au
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