Eagle Farm Infield Stables Open Day to Members Sunday, July 30th

Written on the 21 July 2017

The Brisbane Racing Club is inviting members and their families to view the recently opened $37m infield stabling complex at Eagle Farm on Sunday, July 30th between 10am and 1pm. This is your chance to tour the world-class stabling facilities with leading trainers, Kelly Schweida and Chris Anderson, learning first-hand how these new facilities have improved their day to day life as trainers. The following times are set for tours:

11:00 am

11:30 am

12:00 pm

12:30 pm

The morning will also include a BBQ, soft drinks and activities for the kids including pony rides, face painting and a jumping castle.

This is a free event to Members and their families with RSVP required via email to brcmembership@brc.com.au or by calling (07) 3268 2171.

Perhaps make a full morning of it by attending the Eagle Farm Markets prior to the open day which kicks off at 7am. The Market that's open each Sunday, has everything from fruit and vegetables, gourmet delights to specialty gift and fashion stalls. Entry is just $2.00. More details can be viewed at www.brc.com.au.

We'd also like to draw your attention to a personalised tour Terry and the team at Team Thoroughbreds will be organising for Team Thoroughbred's horse owners and those who are interested in the racehorse industry. You will have the chance to tour the infield stabling facilities at Eagle Farm with Queensland's leading trainer, Tony Gollan. This tour will give those interested the opportunity to see the positive impact these infield stables have personally made to the Gollan team. We know they've been thrilled with the quality of these stables and how much easier it has worked for them, having their stables onsite. You'll also have a chance to see our horses go through their paces on track in the morning. We'll keep you updated with details on this as they come to light.

(Photos from the BRC website)

 


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