Racing returns to Warwick Farm
20 Jun 2012 | The Australian Turf Club has received 97 acceptors for the eight-race card this Saturday at Warwick Farm.
A quality field will face the starter in the fourth race of the day, the South West Kerbing Handicap. The most notable amongst acceptors is Group 1 winning Erewhon. The Commands gelding will join Chris Waller-trained Altered Boy and last start winner San Zaim in the 1600m race.
The Metropolitan Civil Contractors Handicap is also looking to be a highlight of the day with 2011 South Australian Derby winner Shadows in the Sun amongst the acceptors. The four-year-old gelding will be up against Irish import Sour Mash who will be looking for his second win in three starts and Bart Cummings-trained Kim Warrior who has displayed recent strong form.
Warwick Farm fields
VITAL INFORMATION - WARWICK FARM
Track Rating: Slow 7 (at time of acceptances)
Gates open: 11.00am
First race: 12.25pm
Tickets: The Super Saver Pass is on sale now at Ticketek - receive $70 in value for $30 including racecourse entry, $10 lunch voucher, two standard drinks, a $5 TAB betting voucher, a racebook and a pen, plus a bonus free entry ticket to Run To The Rose day at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday, 1 September. Tickets are also available at the gate - $15 for adults, $5 for concession and children under 18 are free.
Information: For all you need to know, visit www.theraces.com.au
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