This year’s Sydney Cup was successfully held at the world-famous Randwick Racecourse and came to an exciting conclusion with Kohle Capital Markets (KCM) Title Sponsored horse, Knights Order winning! The celebration banquet was sponsored and successfully held by KCM.
Known as one of the top racecourses in the world, Randwick Racecourse is located in the east of Sydney, Australia, on the outskirts of Randwick, with picturesque scenery. The racecourse is managed and operated by the Australian Jockey Club.
As it was noted above, the championship was won by KCM and his titled horse Knights Order. In addition to enthusiastic cheers and audience sympathy, they won a prize of 2 millions AUD.
On 9 April, ACJC celebrated its first major victory in thoroughbred racing – the first Group 1 win of the Sydney Cup with Knights Order at Randwick Racecourse. It was an amazing training effort by trainers Adrian Bott and the First Lady of Racing Gai Waterhouse AO combined with a perfect ride from jockey Rachel King.
The ACJC Horse Racing Club will continue to do well and it is hoped that the sport of horse racing can promote cultural exchange between China and Australia.
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