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Australian Bloodstock are proud supporters of the Newcastle Jockey Club and we’re thrilled to be apart of the pre-release screening of “Ride Like A Girl” with all proceeds going to Girl Friday.

Get Along to the Newcastle racecourse on Monday the 23rd of September and support this incredible racing story.

 

Newcastle Jockey Club is excited to announce we will be holding a pre-release screening of ‘Ride Like a Girl’! 

To wrap up our Spring Carnival celebrations we invite you to an exclusive screening of Ride Like A Girl, an inspirational true story of jockey Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup.

All proceeds made will be going to our friends at Girl Friday

Where: Event Cinemas Kotara

When: Monday 23 September

Time: 6pm

Tickets: $35 (includes complimentary a glass of bubbles of arrival)

Purchase tickets here.

To view the trailer click here.

                                                                                                                                                                 

Girl Friday is a Newcastle based not-for-profit charity providing practical assistance to women and children fleeing domestic violence. Working closely with local refuges, Girl Friday donates essential personal and household items to women who find themselves in desperate situations.

For more information

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Newcastle Jockey Club is also excited to be having Louise Day as a guest speaker on the night. 

Louise Day is a likeable Irish lass that made Australia home in 2015. Louise first arrived in Melbourne and spent time working for Ciaron Maher at Caulfield.

Due to difficulties with her visa, Louise was unable to continue her apprenticeship in Victoria but was allowed to in New South Wales. Day approached Newcastle trainer Kris Lees during the Spring Carnival of 2016 and as they say, ‘the rest is history’.

Louise has now ridden over 90 winners in New South Wales and has scored doubles recently at Newcastle and Kembla Grange (twice).

Known as a fantastic judge of a horse, Day’s career has gone up another level in recent months with opportunities to ride at Metropolitan tracks in Sydney including a winner at Royal Randwick on the Lees trained mare Cuban Sizzle.

Louise will be taking questions and speaking about her experience as a leading female jockey.

 
 
 

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