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Potters Paddock | Sat 14 Dec | Infield

Dec 2019
05:30 PM
Alexandra Park, Corner of Green Lane West and Manukau Road Auckland New Zealand 1051

Christmas at the Races ft IRT ID19 Final

The Inter Dominion Championship is one of the world's most prestigious harness racing series. Established in 1935-36 to deliver harness racing’s premium Southern Hemisphere event, with New Zealand and Australian horses contesting in this ultimate test of equine speed and strength.

Bringing together the tradition and future of Alexandra Park!

Big history
; Although Horse racing made its debut in Epsom in January 1842, the first organized trotting programme was held in 1884 in what was called Potter’s Paddock. The name was changed to Alexandra Park in 1901 when it was renamed after the future Queen Alexandra.

Now Potters Paddock is back for two days only!

Bigger future; For the first time at Alexandra Park we are bringing in the prestigious Nation Bar to house our new event in the Infield. This location will incorporate a lively social atmosphere, with a mix of casual seating, bar leaners and even the odd bean bag to kick back, relax and soak up the vibes!. Food trucks will cater for guests in a unique event unlike previously seen at Alexandra Park. Plus, as the sun sets guests will be taken into the night with the George FM DJs.

Package includes:

• Beverage on arrival

• Voucher to spend at one of Aucklands hottest food trucks

• Unique venue access to the Nation Bar with view along the home straight

• Official Race Book

• Bar & Betting Facilities

• George FM DJ bringing the beats

• Little Moments Caravan Photobooth

• Look your best all night long thanks to the Loxy and Beauty Dust team in the Pamper Paddock



  • Potters Paddock Individual Ticket

    Including drink on arrival, food truck voucher and access to the new and unique infield venue.


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Alexandra Park
Corner of Green Lane West and Manukau Road
New Zealand 1051

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Alexandra Park

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