The second day of the Darley Scone Racing Carnival has a unique twist this year having been required to transfer to Rosehill Gardens due to COVID-19 restrictions.

This terrific Scone Inglis Guineas meeting with well in excess of $1,000,000 in prizemoney is again headlined by the $200,000 Scone Inglis Guineas, $160,000 Group 3 Dark Jewel for fillies and mares,
4 other ‘black type’ events and 3 support races including a TAB Highway.

The Scone Race Club and Upper Hunter community remain very thankful for the close bond shared with world renowned sales company Inglis.

Such long-term support afforded to the thoroughbred industry in NSW by companies such as Inglis and Darley has never been more vital than in recent months and will not go unnoticed.

The Scone Race Club also wish to thank Racing NSW and the ATC for their efforts in ensuring the ongoing success of this Scone meeting.

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