Steve Hawkins will be at this year’s Warwick Cup.
Steve Hawkins will be at this year’s Warwick Cup.

Hawkins secured as caller for Warwick Cup meet

THE famous dulcet tones of the current Gold Coast Turf Club race caller and Queensland Greyhound Racing Board member Steve Hawkins will boom across the Allman Park Racecourse during this year's Warwick Credit Union Warwick Cup on October 14.

With this year's cup less than three months away, securing the services of Hawkins is a real coup for the Warwick Turf Club.

Hawkins is down to do a lead-up race and the Warwick Cup in conjunction with current race caller Damian Courtney in what is sure to prove a real treat for local punters.

"He is one of the biggest racing personalities in Queensland and to be able to get him to Warwick is fantastic," Warwick Turf Club vice president Nick Inmon said.

"Steve is good friends with the Nolan family and is really looking forward to the day," he said.

"He will be arriving on the Friday before the cup for the My Optical Calcutta on the Friday night and doing a turn in the caller's box and in the Black Toyota trackside marquee during the day."

"I have heard Steve calling big races like the Ramornie where he was outstanding and one of the funniest men you would ever meet so it should be fun," Inmon said.

The Warwick Credit Union Warwick Cup is one of the best race meetings in Western Queensland and with marquee packages now available don't miss your chance to be a part of the action.

Before the cup, the Warwick Turf Club will race on August 17.

The club will also be hosting its first TAB meeting for more than a decade on September 1.



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