You’re invited! Open Day at Pride Racing: Sunday 7th July at 9:30am

Tricolours Racing and Pride Racing invite you to attend an open day at Joes stables, 2 Stroud Ave Warwick Farm.

Join us for morning tea, and hear what we have in plan for our big team of horses going forward. On display will be our 3 yearlings by Epaulette, Shooting To Win and Smart Missile, with shares available in all 3.

Also on parade will be our 2 year olds, and our our 3 year olds Royal Witness, and one of Sydneys most exciting Spring prospects, the unbeaten filly Fasika.

Bring your friends, family and the kids, on what will be an enjoyable way to spend a Sunday morning.

Please RSVP for catering purposes by contacting james@tricolours.com.au  

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