Giddy up to Mt Perry track
THE year may be winding down, but for Mt Perry Race Club things are just getting started.
The 140th year of racing will be celebrated at the annual race day on Saturday.
Race day will be a major social event to mark on your calendar, attracting crowds from all over the region.
The five-race program will see a full day of hard racing, with bookmakers at the event to take bets on all of the punters’ favourite picks.
Be sure to frock and suit up, as the long-running fashions of the field event brings the Central and North Burnett’s best dressed to the forefront.
Mt Perry Race Club media officer Joy Jensen said the fully catered marquee and wine bar provided all the right ingredients.
“It’s that time of the yearwhere people are getting into end of year party mode,” she said.
“Mt Perry runs events very, very well. We make an exceptional event venue.
“It’s going to be a great attraction.”
Tickets are available at the Mt Perry Racecourse on the day. Bookings are required for the catered marquee.
AT THE TRACK: Biggenden ladies Allison Dykhoorn and Kylie Wheeler at a Mt Perry meet.
Relaxing at one of Mount Perry’s race days (from left) Rebecca Postle, Dot Hamilton, Pam O’Brien and Jenny Pott.
Paul Francis with winner of the Fashion on the Field Danielle Wagner and Joy Jensen at one of Mt Perry’s races.