Sun shines on Terang Cup

Dressed up to the nines: Best Dressed Male competition winner Ben Carbonaro and Lady of the Day Belinda Nurse showed off their style at the 2019 Terang Cup meet last Sunday.

STYLISH fashion and sunny conditions graced the Terang racecourse last Sunday for this year’s Terang Cup meet.

Terang and District Racing Club president Wayne Johnstone said more than 1200 people came out to enjoy the racing on show and the various styles on display.

“Fashions on the Field was a big success,” he said.

Horsham’s Belinda Nurse took out the women’s Fashions on the Field contest, while Debbie Winter from Ballarat East was the runner-up.

In the men’s competition, Ben Carbonaro from Coburg North was victorious, while Stephen Perryman from Mount Eliza took out second place.

Day out: Warrnambool’s Megan Downs and Victoria Davies enjoyed the atmosphere at the Mix and Mingle Marquee last Sunday.

Mr Johnstone said another highlight was the Mix and Mingle Marquee.

“That was really well patronised,” he said.

Mr Johnstone said the day’s racing was “really competitive”.

Former Warrnambool trainer Mitchell Freedman’s horse Pelonomena took out the 2019 Sungold Milk Terang Cup.

Swift placing changes in the final seconds of the race saw jockey Jye McNeil charge to the finish line to win by a nose.

Fun in the sun: Colac’s Stan Woods, Kylie Carew, Pat Goodman, Karen Rye and Amanda Harris soaked up the sunny conditions at the 2019 Terang Cup meet.

Hopeful for win: Hundreds of excited racegoers packed out the Terang racecourse grounds last Sunday.

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