ANDREW RAMSDEN RACE DAY

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Saturday,
May 16, 2020

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First race 11:45am • Last race 4:45pm

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The Andrew Ramsden is run over 2800m at Flemington originates from a race that had its inaugural running back in 1964. Originally known as the Duke of Norfolk Stakes, and run over two-miles (3218m), the race was long considered the premier long distance race of the autumn program. Back then it was named following a visit to Flemington by the 16th Duke of Norfolk, Bernard Fitzalan-Howard, a keen racing enthusiast.

In 2019 the VRC announced that the winner of the Andrew Ramsden would be granted ballot exemption for entry in the Lexus Melbourne Cup – the Golden Ticket.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this meeting will be conducted without spectators. However, you can follow all the action via one of our broadcast partners, Channel 7 or racing.com.

Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Straight Island people should be aware that this website contains the name and video footage of deceased persons.

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