Buy A Bale Hunter race day for farmers drops over $20,000 in the kitty FUNDRAISER: Lidia Bartczak and Bec Mcclenahan, both of Dudley, with a truckload of hay bales outside Newcastle Racecourse. Picture Max Mason-Hubers.
eira Maxwell, 9, of Merewether riding a mechanical bull.
Osha Worell, 13, on the mechanical bull.
Corrin Martyn of Warner’s Bay and Kellie Ross of Maryland.
Tiarne Morrissey of Toronto and Kylie Morrissey of Sydney.
Ian McEwan of Bolwarra and Jock Gollan of Oakhampton.
Samantha Watts, Michelle Watts, Bree Pattison (crouched, in blue top), Maddison Bartlett, Sean Carter, and Lill Sharapova.
Kim Patrick of St Mary’s and Kerrie Wilson of Castlereagh.
Sam Wellard, Ryan Chambers, Billy Cox, Corey Brush and Thomas Holland, all of Toronto.
Tara Reynolds of Fennell Bay and Olivia Acason of Rathmines.
Emma Thomson and Drew Langford of Sydney.
Abby Hurst of Wangi Wangi and Peri Roberts of Coal Point .
Candice Darcy of Edgeworth, Cheryl Sunner of Cameron Park, Steph Vincer of Cameron Park, Maddie Fitzgibbon of Cameron Park, Nicole Stewart Charlestown, Yanna Medz of Cameron Park, Laura Penned of East Maitland, and Dani Macaskill of Clarence Town.
2 year old Layla brushing a sheep with her grandmother Kayrn Mackie of Ashtonfield.
Chloe Burton and Connor Graham of Newcastle.
Nicole Davies of Belmont North and Belinda Parkes of Adamstown.
Lidia Bartczak and Bec Mcclenahan, both of Dudley, witjh some hay bales from the Buy a Bale race meeting to assist drought stricken farmers.
TweetFacebookThe goal of $100,000 is the bigger picture and we will direct a lot of our fundraising efforts throughout the year to helping our farmers out. The important message to get out there is that you don’t just have a couple of decent rainfalls and the drought is over – these people are still struggling and they still need our help and support
Newcastle Jockey Club CEO Matt Benson