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The country racecourse at Berrigan can be located in New South Wales some 370 miles South West of Sydney.
  It is known that racing has taken place since at least 1880 although no firm records exist. What is known is that the racetrack used to be laid out to allow for racing in a clockwise direction, but by 1900 they decided to race anti-clockwise.


The club then built a new grandstand but not before the old one was relocated to be used on the anti-clockwise track.
  The Club now hosts 3 meetings annually with the principal race being the Berrigan Gold Cup which is contested each Victoria Cup Day. The latest running was on 1st November 2008 when Roi Polloi was successful, ridden by B. Ward, beating Stash of Gold by 3/4 length.


If you have badges, racecards, pictures of the racecourse or further details about the course, including your memories, then email