News About Victoria Racing Club
Racing Victoria’s lucrative $600,000 bonus has not been enough to draw Singapore flyer Rocket Man down under for the 2011 Patinack Farm Classic, trainer Patrick Shaw ruling the galloper out of contention for what would have been the sprint showdown of the century with Black Caviar.
This week the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) announced an altered race programme for Crown Oaks Day 2011, the third meeting of the iconic Melbourne Cup Carnival set to light up Flemington Racecourse on Thursday November 3, 2011.
The day’s racing will be headlined by the spring carnival’s premier race for three-year-old fillies, the 2011 Crown Oaks, which has ...
Earlier fears that Singapore’s star sprinter Rocket Man would bypass the chance to take on the best racehorse in the world, Black Caviar, at this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival have been eased with connections of the talented gelding set to embark on a trip down under to investigate the quarantine issues.
The Victoria Racing Club (VRC) and Patinack Farm have introduced a revolutionary new Global Sprint Challenge bonus and increased prize money for a major Group 1 race in the hopes of attracting the world’s best sprinters to Aussie shores for the Flemington’s famous Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Today the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) unveiled the 2011 Emirates Melbourne Cup trophy at its’ Flemington Family Fun Day.
Three-time Melbourne Cup winning jockey Glen Boss had the honours of revealing this year’s Melbourne Cup trophy at a prestigious ceremony held as part of ongoing Heritage Week activities at the home of the Melbourne Cup, ...