AFTER cancellation in late June, take two of the Killarney Cup went off without a hitch.

The event scheduled for June 25 was postponed due to rain, but it was nothing but sunny skies over Allman Park on Saturday afternoon.

A bevy of punters filed through the gates from 11am for the winter racing carnival.

Warwick Turf Club secretary Kristen Doyle said there was a strong attendance at the rescheduled event.

"We were very pleased the crowd, the attendance was a lot better than I thought it was going to be," Mrs Doyle said.

"Killarney had a bus load and maxi taxi full of people and Tannymorel had a maxi taxi as well, and there were plenty of Warwick people too," she said.

"The Fashions on the Field went really well and everyone received vouchers and cash, and some chocolates for the kids."

The Killarney Cup was won by Le Max, with jockey Cecily Eaton at the helm, followed by Hashtag Yolo and Our Clarky.

Local trainer Garry Schwenke with New Zealand-bred Virtuity came in 11th place out of the 12 entrants.

Sponsor Sandy Wallace and Warwick Turf Club president Phil Grant presented the winning ribbon to Max Smith.

After the fourth race of the day, entrants lined up for the hotly contested Fashions on the Field event.

Rachael McGregor

won the title of Best

Dressed Woman, while Jackson Brackin was

dubbed Best Dressed Man, and Jack Barnes and Demi Quirk took Best Dressed Couple.

The next meet at Warwick Turf Club is the Father's Day Races, followed by the Warwick Cup in October as the first TAB meeting of the season.



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