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Kilmore Pacing Cup set for Friday night

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Max Davies
Max Davies
Max is a journalist for the North Central Review. He joined the paper as a cadet journalist in 2021 and graduated from La Trobe University in 2023. He takes a keen interest in motorsport and the automotive industry.

The Kilmore Pacing Cup will return this Friday night with a range of family-friendly activities to complement the evening races.

Kilmore Racing Club will welcome trainers and drivers looking to add another chapter to the storied history of the Kilmore Pacing Cup, dating back as far as 1964 and playing host to many memorable personalities and victories over the years.

This year’s event will also be supported by the Bulla Bohemian market, open from 2pm to 7pm, with more than 100 stalls and a range of activities for children at the John Kelly Pavilion from 5pm.

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Kilmore Racing Club marketing and partnership manager Lindsey Melis said the cup was set to be a busy day at the racecourse.

“It’s a day-into-evening event, you can come check out the market which leads into doing some kids activities, having dinner and watching the races,” she said.

With the races kicking off at 6pm, Ms Melis encouraged the community to experience the history and atmosphere of the prestigious event.

“The Kilmore Cup was one of the most prestigious things you could do in the harness racing industry and the people that come and race know that history,” she said.

“It’s an emotional one and that’s what makes it so special.”

The winner of the Kilmore Cup will also receive a direct ticket to the Inter Dominion, a premier harness racing event in Australia set to be held in Queensland in December.

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