Rosehill Gardens is gearing up for one of its biggest and most fun days of Spring this Saturday 18 November, Girls Day Out presented by BOOHOO.com.
The nine-race card on the track starts at 12.40pm, with general admission gates opening at 11am.
While on course, patrons will have the chance to win the Ultimate Ladies Day Experience. Entrants need to be on course and register details with promotional staff members who will be roaming around the track. The winner will receive premium hospitality for four people on Ladies Day during the 2018 Sydney Carnival.
One of the more hotly contested events will be the NSW Firefighters sprint race, where eight of the fire brigade’s best compete along the main straight.
Stars of the 2018 NSW Firefighters calendar will sign autographs and sell calendars with all proceeds going to the Burns Unit at The Children’s Hospital Westmead.
Racegoers will be treated to a live 20 minute raceday performance by former X-Factor winner Reece Mastin.
Mastin will also perform an exclusive set to attendees in the Chandon S Girls Just Want To Have Fun function in the Grand Pavilion.
The function includes a grazing canape menu served by hand-picked male waiters, a live DJ, dance performers and lucky door prizes, along with visits from firefighters.
Rosehill Gardens special food precinct Eats at the Gardens food precinct behind the JR Fleming Grandstand will serve up a range of cuisines.
Caminito Mexican, Hard Style Kitchen, Chur Burger, Trinhys Vietnamese and Mr Tortilla will be complemented by a selection of James Squire craft beer in the James Squire Beer Garden.
The Rosehill Gardens track was on Thursday rated a Good 3.
Gates for ATC Members at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday open at 10.45am.
All valid pre-purchased tickets and ATC Members cards include travel on Sydney train, ferry and bus services to ensure a hassle free arrival and departure from Rosehill Gardens.
Rosehill Gardens has free high-capacity Wi-Fi across the racecourse precinct.