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It’s Mornington’s time to shine as their premier race day, Neds Mornington Cup Day, rolls into town on Saturday 21 March featuring the $350,000 Listed Neds Mornington Cup (2400m), with the winner of this great race gaining a ballot-free entry into the 2020 Caulfield Cup (2400m) in October. 

New to the course in 2020 will be the Beach Deck, situated along the railing with fantastic views of the track. With an expansive deck with ample shaded lounges and deck chairs to lounge on, and splash pools to cool your feet, the live music entertainment will set the tone for an exhilarating race day. It’s the perfect place to witness all the racing excitement down the home straight and Winning Post. 

Socialise in style at the Neds Garden Bar located trackside. It’s the place to play, party and enjoy Neds Mornington Cup Day. With all-inclusive food served from hawker style food halls and an all-inclusive beverage package of beer, wine, sparkling and soft drink.

The Peninsula Marquee by Polperro Winery will showcase some of the very best local produce in the all-inclusive menu paired perfectly with delicious wines by Polperro. Located trackside, experience fine culinary whilst taking in the beautiful surrounds of Mornington Racecourse.

The food offering continues to impress across course with general admission racegoers spoilt for choice with Pizza, Bun Bao Wrap, The Pitt BBQ and Snack Shack, and delicious cocktails from Gordon’s Pink Gin Bar and 4 Pines Beer Truck. Acoustic tunes will round out the great garden party environment. 

With plenty of kid-friendly action including face painting, animal farms, rides for the little ones and racegoers of all ages are sure to enjoy a fantastic day out.

Written by: Daz

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