Racing snaps for Satruday, March 16, 2019

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

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Dressed in their Front Runner T-shirts, these gentlemen take a break during the race day. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)

Jockey Osive Donegal washes off after bringing home Traditionalmedicin.

Reading the form to find the winners.

Jockey Omar Walker (left) giving the details of his winning ride on Ras Emanuel to trainer Peter McMaster.

Regular race day visitors.

This punter is in deep contemplation.

It is not unusual to take a nap in between.

Jockey Andre Martin unsaddles Jason's Gold, his first winner in many moons.

So young and already in the winners' enclosure.

These beautiful ladies adorn the Park.

Punters in the Club Stand during the 12-race card on Saturday.

Rory Daley (left), son of the late Rudolph Daley, owner of the great filly Thornbird with trainer Wayne DaCosta who trained Thornbird and who conditions this year's winner of the Thornbird Stakes, Lady Blue.


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