Two of Brisbane’s biggest racedays will come together for the first time, in what promises to be an exhilarating opening to the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival. The social day of the Carnival, Cup Carnivàle Day, is the day to see and be seen – creating the ultimate opportunity for friends to gather together and enjoy a day at the races.
With Australasia’s best sprinters and stayers converging to compete in the $500,000 BTC Cup and the $650,000 Doomben Cup, Cup Carnivàle Day is the day for colour and excitement where Queensland racing shines.
The James Boag’s Premium Doomben 10,000 is one of Australia’s best and most thrilling weight-for-age races. Racing enthusiasts will revel in an unmissable day of racing with the $750,000 Group 1 James Boag’s Premium Doomben 10,000, supported by a full black type programme.
Off the track the action will continue after the last race, with Australian rock icons The Choirboys set to keep the party racing into the evening.
Stunning dresses, gorgeous shoes and extravagant fascinators take centre stage on Ladies’ Day at the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival.
On the track, Australia and New Zealand’s best staying fillies will compete in the $500,000 Treasury Casino & Hotel Queensland Oaks, while feminine and floral styles will meet style and sophistication as competition heats up in the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre Fashions on the Field.
Somewhere amongst the taste of world-class food, the sight of spectacular outfits, and the rolling thunder of hooves in the AAMI Stradbroke Handicap, lays the heart and soul of Queensland’s biggest race day.
As one of the most prestigious days of racing in Australia,
AAMI Stradbroke Day is the grand finale of the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival. Offering prize money of $4.4 million across a programme that includes three Group 1 and three Group 2 races, it is a day of excessive emotion, age-old traditions, and elite racing.