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Stunning fashions: The winners of the Oak Park Amateur Picnic Races Fashions on the Field competition showcase their superb sartorial creations.The Oak Park Amateur Picnic Races delivered one of the best race events in the club’s 112 year history on July 1-2.
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Set against a backdrop of fashion and social events, the week-long event whichculminated in two days of top notch race action, reinforced the itsreputation as one of North Queensland’s premier bush racing carnivals.

Over 700 people made the trip out to the races, located approximately four hours west of Townsville on the banks of the Copperfield River, near Einasleigh.

Club president David Murphy thanked all the owners, trainers and jockeys who travelled for the weekend and praised the high quality of racing on display.

“The quality of the horses this year has been really good, as shown by several close finishes, which speaks to the support we receive from the racing community,” Mr Murphy said.

“With backing from our sponsors, we were able to offer over $143,300 in prize money plus QTIS bonuses, which attracted horses from as far as Cairns, Townsville, Tambo and Mackay,” he said.

Iconic Oak Park Races a huge success | Photos The John Manzelmann-trained Mishani Centurion won the carnival’s premier race, the 1600m Lyndhurst Shield, by three lengths under the guidance of jockey Wanderson D’Avila.

Club president David Murphy having a top time at the races with Melanie, Jack and Kelly Knuth and Jo Murphy.

Bindi-Lee Fox was anointed the Belle of the Westpac Agribusiness Formal Ball.

Tanya Murphy and Jacki Atkinson at the Westpac Agribusiness Formal Ball.

John Manzelmann receives the Lyndhurst Shield from club president David Murphy after his horse Mishani Centurion won the carnival’s premier race earlier in the day.

Patrons bid up a storm during the pre-race calcutta held on Saturday.

Will Nicholas, Sarah Ziebarth and Matt Eves having a ball at Oak Park.

Catching up with old mates and making plenty of new ones is half the fun of the 112 years-strong Oak Park race meeting.

Georgia Lethbridge and Hudson Fox were named Best Dressed Couple of the Westpac Agribusiness Formal Ball.

Lochlan and Annabelle Rodgers looking stylish at the races.

The Qld Rural Team roused the crowd into a bidding frenzy during the auction held on Saturday.

Great freinds Irene Kirkwood and Pam Stagg relax and enjoy the Oak Park atmosphere on Friday.

Donna Lethbridge and Anne-Maree Marsterson looking wonderful in white.

Sally Dixon was named Matron of the 2016 Westpac Agribusiness Formal Ball.

The Stephen Massingham trained Milli Vanilli won The Collins Families “Spring Creek Memorial” Class B Handicap by under a length from the Ricky Ludwig-trained Beyond Limits.

Ella Keough having a fantastic time at the races on Friday with good mate Bethany Marsterson.

Billy Mitchell had himself a great night in the company of Darcy and Mary Cram at the Westpac Agribusiness Formal Ball.

Over 700 people made the trip out West to Einasleigh on July 1-2 for the iconic Oak Park Amateur Picnic Races.

Mishani Centurion and winning connections and sponsors of the carnival’s premier race, the 1600m Lyndhurst Shield.

Sonja Wiseman on Kisser won the Coleman Stock Feeds “The Bangle” Class 4 Handicap for trainer Trevor Rowe by 0.2 lengths over the Kerry Krogh-trained Tara Ironwood.

Stunning fashions: The winners of the Oak Park Amateur Picnic Races Fashions on the Field competition showcase their superb sartorial creations.

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