Toodyay Picnic Race Day draws big crowd
Rose’s Shadow dashes to the finish to win this year’s Toodyay Cup, followed by Brother’s Keeper second and Ashalily third.
A SUPERB sunny day and excellent track conditions contributed to a successful 2018 Toodyay Picnic Race Day last month.Read more
The Race 6 Toodyay Cup run over 1850m with prize-money of $19,800 was won by four-year-old gelding Rose’s Shadow carrying 58kg, ridden by jockey Jarrad Noske and owned by a seven-member syndicate, including trainer Sharon Miller from Port Kennedy.
Race day guests included former Australia Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, WA Racing and Gaming Minister Paul Papalia, WA National Party Leader Mia Davis and Toodyay Shire President Brian Rayner.
The day’s events ended with by a performance by singer Tod Johnston’s popular Perth band PeaceLove.
Toodyay Race Club President John Prater said he was very pleased with the day’s attendance.
Jockey Jarrad Noske returns to the winner’s enclosure after riding Rose’s Shadow to win last month’s 2018 Toodyay Cup
Owners and trainers prepare their horses for this year’s Toodyay Picnic Race Day.
Jockeys get ready in the mounting yard for the running this year’s Toodyay Cup.
Singer Tod Johnston revs up punters with his popular Perth band PeaceLove to end a big day out at this year’s Toodyay Picnic Races.