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550 VIPs from the racing, government, business and social scenes converged on the upgraded facilities for an exceedingly glamorous night.


550 VIPs from the racing, government, business and social scenes converged on the upgraded facilities for an exceedingly glamorous night.


The Theatre of the Horse: Movie horses played the greats at the opening

Opening with an arena performance in the Theatre of the Horse followed by a sit down alternate drop meal for 550 guests, the launch then transformed into the ultimate party on the third floor of the new grandstand.

Leading events producer Rizer led a team of 120 people to create the stand-out event.

Darren Pearce, the Chief executive Officer of the Australian Turf Club said: “The launch event was a momentous occasion, not just for Australia’s racing industry but for Sydney itself, and something that only happens once in many generations.

“We felt it was important to celebrate a facility that has been built with a vision for fifty years ahead, not only for race days, but also for any type of event, seven days a week.”

The VIP guest list included Rachel Griffiths, Tony Abbott’s daughters and the Waterhouse family. 

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