Flemington Racecourse holds 25 racedays every year including the exciting Melbourne Cup Carnival in November. Explore our calendar for all raceday and event information, as well as ticketing options.

Say hello to the new year at Flemington.

Enjoy the first day of the new year with a relaxed race day. Whether you’re in the mood for a casual picnic amongst our gorgeous gardens or want to sit back and relax to acoustic tunes, there’s so many ways to enjoy the start at Flemington.

VRC members and guests can chill out to laid-back tunes on the Balcony Bar in The Atrium or keep their new year celebrations going after the last with extended hours in The Roof Garden and G.H.Mumm Champagne Bar.

Download the Flemington App before arriving on course to enhance your race day experience.

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VIV Europe Utrecht International Exhibition for Animal Husbandry and Animal Processing in June every 4 years

VIV Europe in Utrecht is an international exhibition for animal breeding and animal processing. It is one of the leading events of its kind in the world. It brings together all actors in the value food chain under one roof. The fair presents the latest solutions, trends and technologies for breeding and processing. It is for each company a unique opportunity to showcase their own products to an audience consisting mainly of decision makers from around the world.

The VIV Europe in Utrecht took place from Wednesday, 20. June to Friday, 22. June 2018.

Fair location:

RRoyal Dutch Jaarbeurs Exhibition and Convention Centre,
Jaarbeursplein 6 , 3521 Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Product groups: animal breeding equipment, Animal nutrition, battle equipment, egg processing, feed processing equipment, food additives, livestock equipment, meat processing equipment, meat products, milk processing, nutritional supplements, packaging, raw materials, refrigeration, veterinary drugs, …
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Uluru Camel Cup saddles up for another year of races in Australia’s NT red centre-May

Photo: Camels can run up to 30kph so jockeys need to be experienced cameleers. (ABC News: Caroline Winter)

On Saturday, there’ll be eight races before the main event, the Uluru Camel Cup.

Fifteen camels will run the 500-metre track, with Trigger the one to watch.

It is said that all the camels’ saddles are custom-made and fit “like a shoe” for each different hump.

The camels can run at more than 30 kilometres per hour, so jockeys need experience before sliding into the saddle.>>>>> MORE HERE

Henry Sapiecha