With the 10 million dollar prize pool for 2016 Magic Millions Carnival Race Day, you know the big guns are going to come out, but who would have thought that the Summer Racing Carnival is 'The world of the Woman'. Katie Page has stamped the carnival with her feminine yet assertive quality that Magic Millions is not the old school forum of the VRC with the Male orientated world, but is now a world where women have incentives for syndication, welcomes ladies to the sales and the quality of luncheons and entertainment is to rival Melbourne.
The Launch party proven with the power or the Female not only with Michelle Payne, first over the line in 2015 for the Melbourne Cup, but the first woman in history to make this remarkable moment in time. Michelle with her humble being found the attention overwhelming, but Winning one of the most prestigious races in history her life has changed forever and she must get ready for being seen at every moment and everyone wanting a part of her.
The beautiful Jesinta Campbell was on hand to show off the Signature Gold Moet Glasses and unlimited amount for guests, but I will remind you no matter what you are drinking whether it is Moet, Crystal, Krug or a generous gift from anyone, be mindful to enjoy and not to drown yourself in the extend of generosity of your host. Always drink with mindfulness as if you were the host of the party and no one likes being the brunt of a joke being taken advantage of for free booze.
Katie Page although in partnership with mogul Gerry Harvey, Katie Page is a leader for all smart women in Australia. Katie Page is bringing so much to the Sport of Kings, but maybe we should be saying 'The Sport of Queens', with her Role Model being 'The Queen' and her love of the Thoroughbred. In keeping with the event Daryl Braithwaite sang the iconic 'Horses' for all to enjoy. A perfect choice.
The guest list was regal and distinguished with everyone having to having to be gone through with a fine tooth comb as Zara Phillips was the guest of honour and same rules go for the 'Royal Enclosure' where you must have been given special advance screening with AFP Protection on patrol.