The Ladbrokes Friday Night Lights season closes on a high with Group 1 entertainment on and off the track!Some of the best sprinters in the land will do battle in the Group 1 Keogh Homes William Reid Stakes while Australia Made will sing the night away from the Beer Garden.
So gather all your friends and family and join us in celebrating the end of another great night racing season.
Gates Open: 5.15pm - First Race: 6.30pm
The best way to get up close with all the racing action from the main lawn and Beer Garden.
Our dining has reached full capacity for Keogh Homes William Reid Stakes Night.
Back your first winner and save with a Value Pack. Included a ticket into the course, a food voucher and three drink vouchers all for one great price.
Get a head start on your membership and enjoy the rest of this season plus 2018/19 - including the Ladbrokes Cox Plate Carnival.
Racing ends on a high for the Ladbrokes Friday Night Lights season with one of Australia's premier Group 1 sprinting features.
With an honour roll that includes champions such as Black Caviar, Apache Cat, Miss Andretti, Vo Rougue and Manikato - who will join the prestigious list in 2018?
She Will Reign, Hey Doc and the possibilities of Chautauqua and Redzel are some of the all star line-up to expect!
You could win yourself 2 x tickets into the Ladbrokes Lounge on Ladbrokes Cox Plate Day and a $55 bonus bet every day for a month!
Watch the video to get the feel for all the excitement this Ladbrokes Friday Night Lights season and what your in store for.
As Ladbrokes Friday Night Lights come to a close - after the last race you'll have the chance to walk the turf made famous by many legends.
The 955 metre series of pure speed comes to a close with the trainer of the fastest horse across the 16 heats walking away with $50,000 cash!
Join us for one final time this Ladbrokes Friday Night Lights racing season with Australia Made belting out all your favourite classics.
Line the fence between races 5 and 6 as jockeys will be riding the barriers along the home straight and throwing merchandise items to the crowd.
Melbourne's leading Food Trucks are rolling into The Valley to serve up your favourite cuisine and ensure nobody leaves hungry.
The kids will have plenty to do in the Fan Zone located on the North Hill with interactive Kelly Sports activities.
Kit yourself out with the latest Valley merchandise with everything from pens to polos on sale. Located opposite the Information Booth.
Gates Open - 5.15pm
First Race - 6.30pm
Adults - $20
Concession - $10*
Value Pack - $45
Children under 17 - FREE (Must be accompanied by an adult)
*Concession - Centrelink Pensioner Card and Tertiary Student Campus ID Card only. (TPI card holders are admitted free).
Car - The Centre Car Park is located in the centre of the race track. Entry is from Dean Street or Wilson Street near the freeway via gates 6 or 7. Members' parking via Gate 1 on McPherson St. Public can enter the centre parking via Wilson St Gate 7. Train - Craigieburn line from Flinders St Station, stops at Moonee Ponds. MVRC is a 10 minute walk down Puckle Street.Tram - No.59 tram from Elizabeth St arrives directly at Moonee Ponds junction. MVRC main entrance is a 200m walk.Taxis - Taxis can be located after the races on McPherson Street. There is also a designated Taxi rank on the corner of Mt Alexander Road and Pascoe Vale Road.
Relaxed: Gentlemen (including children 13 & over) are required to wear a collared shirt (polo shirts not permitted) with tailored trousers or chinos. No tie is required, and suit coat, sports coat or blazer is optional. Dress shoes or leather boat shoes must be worn.
Not Permitted: Any variation of runner including joggers, sandals, thongs or any dilapidated footwear. Denim and denim-look clothing, jeans, jodhpurs, shorts, shirts without a collar, polo shirts, parkas, windbreakers, tracksuits, jackets including bomber jackets, duffle coats, untailored leather jackets, peaked caps, beanies, pullovers or cardigans without a jacket, sporting guernseys.
MVRC is a progressive club and has adapted it’s dress code to suit current fashion trends. Ladies are expected to maintain a suitable standard of dress in keeping with the distinction of the Members’ Reserve.