Who won the last race at Flemington?

Who won the last race at Flemington?

The Chris Waller-trained superstar, ridden by James McDonald, won easing down with 3.25 lengths to spare over Swat’s That, and Bella Nipotina in third. It was Nature Strip’s seventh Group One victory, and his second time to win the race, after his victory in 2019.

Who won race 6 Flemington today?

Verry Ellegant is victorious at this year’s Melbourne Cup. James McDonald had a glorius day winning both race six and seven at Flemington. The ‘Premier Mayor’ won by a horse-length ahead of Incentivise in second and Spainish Mission who placed third.

Who won race 5 Flemington?

Melbourne Cup field and barrier draw: Hitotsu wins the Victoria Derby, favourite Incentivise draws 16 – ABC News.

Who won race 10 at Flemington?

Race 10: Quantico wins the final race on Melbourne Cup day Jockey Kerrin McEnvoy rode a great race to lead Quantico to victory in the last. Sirius Suspect came in second with Prime Candidate finishing third.

What is the capacity of Flemington Racecourse?

120,000 people
Spectators will be separated into three zones and will not be allowed to roam around the racecourse, which has a peak capacity of 120,000 people. Punters must be fully vaccinated, wear a mask indoors and be seated to eat and drink.

How long is the straight at Caulfield?

The track has a triangular shaped layout, comprising three straights, 30-metre (98 ft) wide, with a total circumference of 2.08-kilometre (1.29 mi) and a finishing straight of 367-metre (1,204 ft). All turns have a 4% to 6% banking. Racing takes place in an anti-clockwise direction.

What time is the last race at Flemington?

The final race will be at around 5.20pm.

What is a quaddie?

A Quaddie (shortened from Quadrella) is an exotic bet that is very popular among punters, and require the bettor to pick the winners of four nominated races using any amount of selections in each leg. On a standard eight race program, this will mean picking the winners of races 5, 6, 7 and 8.

Is Flemington Racecourse Crown land?

The Flemington Racecourse site comprises 1.27 square kilometres of Crown land. The course was originally leased to the Victoria Turf Club in 1848, which merged with the Victoria Jockey Club in 1864 to form the Victoria Racing Club. Races are run in an anti-clockwise direction.

Where is Flemington Stly place?

Celebrate with mates in Saintly Place Located directly opposite the Winning Post, the Lawn Stand delivers spectacular views of Flemington Racecourse and Melbourne’s stunning city skyline. In your own reserved seat, you’ll be perfectly placed to witness every moment of racing action.

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