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Arabian Races at Gympie

Arabian Races at Gympie

The Australasian Arabian Racing Club Inc (AARC) is pleased to announce that two Arabian Races will be held at the Gympie Turf Club this coming Saturday 25 November 2017.

Racing Gympie is holding their last race day of the year, and it will be huge! A seven-race programme includes five Thoroughbred races and two Arabian races – the first time AARC is racing at Gympie.

The first Arabian race will be the AARC Open over 1470 metres, scheduled to jump at 4:15pm. A quality field has accepted, as follows:

Sheet 1

 

The second Arabian race will be the AARC Maiden Stakes over 1170 metres, scheduled to jump at 4:50pm. This race will introduce some new entries to Arabian Racing in Queensland:

Sheet 2

 

For a great day out, get along to the Gympie Turf Club this Saturday! AARC thanks all the Committee Members and associated staff of Racing Gympie for their support of Arabian Racing.

 

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