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Warwick Farm Racecourse

Warwick Farm Racecourse is a racecourse at Warwick Farm a south-west suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is used as a racecourse for thoroughbred horse racing.

Early in the twentieth century the racecourse was owned by Edwin Oatley who died in 1920. His son, Cecil, was the Manager of the property for a number of years, until 1924. Another son, Percy, was Secretary of the Warwick Farm Racing Club from 1906 until 1914. During World War II, the racecourse was utilised as a camp by Australian, American and British armed forces. The camp was known as Camp Warwick and also HMS Golden Hind.

Notable Races

Race Name Age Sex Weight Distance Date
AJC Challenge Stakes Open Open wfa 1000 March
Surround Stakes 3YO Fillies sw 1400 March
Warwick Stakes Open Open wfa 1400 August