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Moët & Chandon A Grane Way To Toast Randwick In Winter

Iconic champagne Moët & Chandon joins Australian Turf Club at Royal Randwick this Saturday as part of a special celebration across the world, beginning six consecutive Saturdays of offers for customers.

Moët & Chandon Grand Day at Royal Randwick sees friends and guests of the Champagne House raise their glasses in a worldwide toast.

Australian Turf Club’s official champagne will be on offer at a special price for general admission customers and ATC Members from Saturday and throughout June and July at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens.

All guests who dine in the Grandview Room at Royal Randwick or Winning Post Restaurant at Rosehill Gardens on Saturdays through to the end of July receive a complimentary Bottle of Moët & Chandon Imperial for their group to enjoy on the day.

Bottles of Moët & Chandon Imperial sold in Members and General Admission across these racedays will be available for $99.

Saturday’s nine-race card includes the $125,000 Moët & Chandon Imperial Winter Dash, with wet track specialist Jungle Edge the early $4 TAB fixed odds favourite for visiting Victorian trainer Mick Bell and apprentice Lucinda Doodt.

Jungle Edge has had 43 starts on Soft or Heavy ground for 16 wins and a further 12 placings.

Royal Randwick was rated a Heavy 8 on Thursday with the forecast of more rain ahead of Saturday. A full track report with Royal Randwick Track Manager Nevesh Ramdhani follows:

In one of many wide-open betting races on the card, Jungle Edge leads the TAB market ahead of Passage Of Time ($4.60), Sesar ($5), Cradle Mountain and Almanzora ($6) and I Thought So ($9.50).

Gates for Australian Turf Club Members open at 10.15am on Saturday and 10.30am for General Admission customers, with Race 1 due to jump at 11.30am.

Royal Randwick offers free parking, free entry for children under the age of 18 when accompanied by an adult, and free high capacity WiFi across the racecourse.

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