The Omoto Racecourse can be found at Greymouth in the West Coast region of South Island. The racecourse was first mapped out in 1867 by Daniel Sheedy.
  It is administered by the Greymouth Jockey Club and they held their first meeting at the track in March 1867. It was a two day meeting but the crowds were so much larger than expected that they managed to extend it to a third day.  
The feature race is the Monteiths Brewing Greymouth Cup which had its inaugural running in 1931 when Black Duke was successful.
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