Kangaroo Island Cup Carnival- Day 2
Feature race day
Kangaroo Island, Cygnet River
Saturday, 19th February, 2022
10:30am - 5:00pm
The Sealink Kangaroo Island Racing Carnival featuring the Dudley Wines KI Cup.
Join a crowd of up to 2,500 people trackside to celebrate all that is great about country racing as the best horses from far and wide race for the $25,000 Dudley Wines Kangaroo Island Cup.
Entry $20 (+$1booking fee)
Under 16 - Free
Members - Free
**With limited tickets remaining, all General Admission tickets must be pre-purchased through our booking agency Sealink with no tickets available at the gate on the day**
**Long Lunch Tickets are SOLD OUT**
***By purchasing tickets or memberships patrons are agreeing to abide by the Covid Regulations and distancing rules in force at the time of the race meeting***
Pop up bars
We will be offering a range of pop up bars for you to enjoy with friends, trackside. These include the ever popular Kangaroo Island Spirits Cocktail Bar, a Pirate Life beer bar as well as a Dudley Wines.
Fashions on the Field
The Kangaroo Island Cup Carnival always attracts a stylish crowd and this year will be no different. More details on prizing and categories will be available closer to the date.
Northpoint Fleurieu Kangaroo Island Cup Sweepstake
All members go into a sweepstake to draw a horse in the KI Cup.
10 Lucky members could win (if the field is at capacity)
If your horse wins or is placed you could win
1st - $400 2nd - $200 3rd - $100
Getting to the races from Kingscote
The service will run every 30 minutes from the Aurora Ozone Hotel and Queenscliffe Hotel to the racecourse.
Transfers are free of charge each way and commence from 11.30 am on Thursday and 10.30am on Saturday.
Please call - KI Transfers 0427887575 for more information.
Racing SA COVID Vaccination Requirements
Racing SA has introduced COVID-19 vaccination requirements for all patrons and industry participants wishing to access a Thoroughbred racing venue, as of 20 December 2021.
The requirement means anyone aged 16 and over intending to enter any South Australian Thoroughbred racing venue for any purpose from 20 December 2021 will need to demonstrate that they have had at least their first dose of a Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) approved vaccine.
COVID-19 digital certificates or immunisation history statements may be checked at venue entry points, or by COVID marshalls on site during spot checks.
Proof of double vaccination will be required prior to entry from 20 January 2022.