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The Black Caviar Trail of Champions has been launched in the Victorian town of Nagambie in what will be a major tourism boost to the local region.
The $30,000 project will capitalise on the region’s long history as one of Australia’s premier thoroughbred regions as well as its many natural attractions, restaurants and wineries.
Jockey Celebration Day is held nationally on the first Saturday in August each year and celebrates the achievements of former and current jockeys, commemorates those who have lost their lives and raises awareness and funds for the National Jockeys’ Trust to help support injured or ill jockeys and their families.
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