Eden Racing 2017 Open Day Invitation & Parade of Yearlings

Mar 20, 2017

Just a reminder that our 2017 Open Day and Parade of Yearlings will be held at the Cranbourne Training Complex on Sunday 26 March at 11.00 am.

The day will provide you with an opportunity to meet the team and to see our young horses on display. Fresh from the Sydney and Melbourne Yearling Sales, this group of horses are amongst the finest that I’ve brought to the stable.

On parade will be youngsters by Australia’s leading sires Bel Esprit– the sire of Champion Black Caviar, Magnus who also has links to the great horse being a half-brother to Black Caviar's Dam Helsinge,

You will have the opportunity to see the Ready to Run New Zealand gelding Rip Van Winkle x Go South with the sire accorded the highest rated 3 year old turf miler in the world by the World Thoroughbred Rankings Committee.

The parade will include a full commentary on each of the horses by champion trainer and racing aficionado, Peter Moody. The stable is excited to be able to seek the input of such a well-respected racing identity. Peter brings his years of knowledge in assessing the breeding and quality of horse flesh and has had some input into the current selection of horses that we have on offer.

This will be a chance to see the horses in the flesh and to make your own judgement on their prospects and the opportunities that are available at Eden Racing.

The Training Complex kiosk will be open for purchasing refreshments and a light lunch.

This will be an exciting opportunity to meet other owners and racing enthusiasts at one of the premier training centres in Australia.

If you haven’t let us know that you will be attending as yet, contact the office Email info@edenracing.com.au or Ph. 0427803385

Look forward to seeing you there for this exciting showcase of our next generation of horses.


Directions to Cranbourne Training Complex

For those who have not been to the training complex – make your way to the Cranbourne Race Course, keep on the road past the track – you drive through the automatic access gate and make your way to the car park with the training complex on your left. Follow the signs.