This Melbourne Cup Day (November 3) Sydney’s equestrian thoroughbred auctioneering family the Inglis family will open their eleven acre heritage listed property, Newmarket Stables for a charitable lunch hosted by Cure Our Kids,
Profits from the event will help children living with cancer.
Providing Sydney with a venue to rival Flemington, the Inglis property – one of this city’s best kept secrets – will come alive for the glittering gala event. Glamorous guests, personalities, and racing identities will walk the red carpet to Newmarket Stables to enjoy Australia’s premier horse racing day.
Randwick’s Newmarket Stables will host the inaugural Cup
at the Stables event, with proceeds assiting children living with cancer
The Cure Our Kids’ inaugural Cup at the Stables event, will offer guests the opportunity to enjoy champagne, heart-stopping horse races, glamorous fashion, outstanding food and exceptional entertainment and live bands.
Charlotte Inglis says she is thrilled to be stepping out her front door and straight into such an amazing function. “We’ve bought VIP tickets and are very much looking forward to joining Cure Our Kids,” she said.
Cup at the Stables’ host charity, Cure Our Kids, is dedicated to supporting the oncology unit at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. The charity raises funds to provide services that help ease the challenges facing kids with cancer and their families.
Actor David Wenham, a Cure Our Kids Ambassador says, “as good as or even better than being in the birdcage in Flemington for the Melbourne cup this year, would be to soak up the atmosphere in the stables at Randwick. I have had the privilege of attending previous functions for Cure Our Kids and I now place them in my not to be missed list. Cure our Kids offers extraordinary help and support for kids with cancer. The positive effect Cure Our Kids has on the kids and their families is remarkable!”
“The event has been orchestrated to grant Sydney-siders a fabulous, fun filled day at an exclusive venue, where the prestige and excitement that lie at the heart of thoroughbred racing is literally palpable,” says Cure Our Kids CEO, Carolyn Dodds. “Best of all, by attending, guests will make a vital contribution to improving quality of life for kids with cancer and their families.”
$150 treats guests to a sit down buffet lunch on the lawn and sparkling on arrival; or they can join the Inglis’s with VIP tickets for $330 seated in the “Big Barn” with a gourmet lunch sit down inclusive of all drinks. All proceeds go to Cure Our Kids.
As a special offer to the first 5 companies that book a table of ten at The Stables Melbourne Cup Day 2009, Oneill Photographics will offer a 20 per cent discount for end of the year holiday party services booked by November 30 for 2-4 hour bookings.
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