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|The Seymour Racing Club is a great country club which is located 100km from central Melbourne off the Hume Highway. It hosts 20 race meetings each season and features the Darley Seymour Cup, the Seymour Vase and the Chatswood Stud Seymour Spring Classic. The track also holds plenty of midweek races on various days.
The track is an anticlockwise course with a circumference of 1800m and a straight of 380m. There are long straight runs around the entire track however there are considerably tight turns out of each straight.
The Seymour Vase is held in August whilst the Chatswood Stud Seymour Spring Classic is held later in November. The biggest race at Seymour is the 1600m Darley Seymour Cup held in October during the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival. This is an above average listed open handicap race worth $120,000 in prize money. The day also features the Fashions on the Field with plenty of competitions for ladies, men and couples.
Travelling to Seymour Racing Club
Here are your transport options if you want to know how to get to Seymour Racing Club:
The nearest train station is Seymour Station on the Shepparton or Albury Lines. The station is about 4kms from Seymour Racecourse, which will take 5 minutes by car, or 45 minutes to walk. Visit the VLine website to plan your journey to Seymour Racing Club via train.
Seymour Racing Club is located at 55 Kobyboyn Road in Seymour, Victoria – about 100kms north of the Melbourne CBD along the Hume Highway.