Hold on to your fascinator because in 2017 the Spring Racing Carnival isn’t horsing around. Racegoers who trot along to Ladbrokes Peninsula Cup Day on Sunday 5 November at Mornington Racecourse will be treated not only to a smorgasbord of superb food, drinks and live entertainment but also a FREE beauty bar.
Head over to the Arbonne International pop-up, where racegoers can freshen up with a beauty bar loaded with complimentary hair, skin and makeup services you’d normally cough up an arm and a leg for.
We’ll give you a moment to compose yourself. Free beauty touch-ups range from lips, brows, hair and lashes to ensure that not a second goes by without you looking catwalk-worthy.
Only a short stroll away is the Mornington Main Street Style Stakes, featuring custom-made photography studios where racegoers can strut their stuff and put their flair for fashion to the test for their chance to take home thousands of dollars in prizes. You can also snap an Insta-worthy complimentary photo from the professional on-site photographers.
And just when you thought you’d exhausted every lavish entertainment precinct at the racecourse, the spoils continue with the day featuring Northeast Party House performing on the CUB Main Stage. Hop over to the d-floor and don’t forget to pitstop at The Tanqueray Bar, where you can enjoy a gin cocktail in the sun! There'll also be an exclusive Cider Marquee with live music and an all-inclusive food and beverage package. Expect plenty of cider (of course), beer or wine all day and soak up the party atmosphere from the prime trackside location.
The countdown is on for the Ladbrokes Peninsula Cup on Sunday November 5, so book your tickets now to avoid missing out on the most lavish, entertainment-packed racing season to date.
What: Ladbrokes Peninsula Cup Day | Sunday November 5
Where: Mornington Racecourse
Book your tickets here.
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