2019 Yearling Parade- THIS SUNDAY!

It's that time of the year again! We'll be hosting our 2019 yearling parade this Sunday, March 10th at the John O'Shea Racing Stables, commencing at 10:30am. The following 2019 yearling purchases will be paraded including the following:

I Am Invincible x Dwindle Filly
Toronado x Chabaud Colt
Press Statement x Thinking of You Filly
Contributer (IRE) x Minnaleo Colt
Sacred Falls x Pinata Filly

Also parading will be all current Champion horses in work at the O'Shea stables.

Please RSVP to racing@championthoroughbreds.com.au by March 7th- ALL WELCOME.

Coffee and treats provided!





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