Picnics prove popular
THE races at Woolamai once again proved the place to be on Saturday to enjoy some quality racing and a good time.
Picnic racegoers were happy with the pleasant, slightly windy summer conditions, coming out in their hundreds to enjoy another great day at the track.
It was also a great day for the trainers and jockeys, with each of the six races providing a different winner on the day.
The racing wasn’t the only entertainment at Woolamai on Saturday, with a whole host of kid’s activities on offer.
As well as the usual clown and balloon tricks and face painting, kids were also able to try their hand at a multitude of sports, including hula hooping and cricket.
The next race meeting at Woolamai will be the Alex Scott and Staff Woolamai Cup, held on Saturday, February 7.
Birthday fun: Murray Logan from Bass and Anky Dijkman from The Gurdies were at Woolamai on Saturday to celebrate Anky’s birthday. Murray has been coming to the Woolamai races since he was eight years old and the couple met at the races three years ago.
Lovely ladies: Julie Anderson (left) and Karenne Ellerton from Cowes enjoyed a lovely day at the Woolamai races on Saturday.
Kids day out: from front, Tassie Mills, Taylah Innes, Lachlan Trigt, Tylah Mills, Lauren Trigt and Courtney Innes had a great day watching the horses race at Woolamai on Saturday.
Race won: Soldier’s Opera trained by Mark Thomas and ridden by Reece Goodwin was the winner of race two at Woolamai on Saturday.
Dressed up: Renee Aziret and Sarah Chilver from Melbourne were at Woolamai on Saturday celebrating a hen’s day, while also enjoying some great racing action.
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Posted by Sarah Vella
on Jan 20 2015. Filed under Sport
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