Kieran Benz, Mitchell Bower, Eilish Roche, Mikayla Rolfe and Kiarna Roche at Allman Park for the harness racing. Photo Gerard Walsh / Warwick Daily News
Kieran Benz, Mitchell Bower, Eilish Roche, Mikayla Rolfe and Kiarna Roche at Allman Park for the harness racing. Photo Gerard Walsh / Warwick Daily News Gerard Walsh

Warwick is getting ready to pace

THE Warwick Pacing Cup meeting at Allman Park tomorrow is the premier event of the Darling Downs harness racing calendar, and the new December slot allows for Christmas fun for the whole family.

To get you prepared for the Darling Downs Harness Racing Club's big event, here is the essential information you need to know.

TICKETS

Tickets for the event can be purchased at the gate for $15. Group bookings are also available by contacting Kristen on 0414 899 854. Anyone looking to book a last minute Christmas party can contact this number as well for seating options in the new pavillion.

FIRST AND LAST RACE

Gates open from 11am, with the first race commencing at 12.15pm, the Garrard's Warwick Pacing Cup starting at 2.49pm, and the last event at 4.09pm.

BETTING FACILITIES

On-course bookmakers, as well as UBET operators fielding on the Warwick meeting, as well as the day's thoroughbred action, will be available.

KIDS ENTERTAINMENT

Santa will be making an appearance, as well as entertainment from Sparkles, face painting, egg and spoon races, sack races and more.

BEST DRESSED

A alent scout will be walking around the course, with a generous best dressed prize of $250 cash thanks to Warwick Scrap Metal and Recycling plus bottles of wine donated by the Warwick RSL.

BYO

People are welcome to bring their own picnics and rugs along to the track.

FOOD AND BEVERAGES

As with a Warwick Turf Club meeting, a wide array of alcoholic beverags will be available, as well as water and soft drinks, and a variety of hot food.

ATM

An EFTPOS machine will be present at the front office.

RAIN

In the event of rain the meeting will still go ahead, and there is plenty of undercover seating options for patrons.



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