Adelaide Cup; it's our favourite reason to get up on a Monday after a bender of a weekend and get all dressed up. This year's Adelaide Cup came with grey skies but an incredible turnout of lads and ladies ready to out-prance any horse!
With the thousands who attended the Morphettville Racecourse this year, it was easy to find yourself getting lost in a crowd... but fear not. If there's a will, there's a Yellowglen Terrace.
Yes, you read right. Now there’s no need to struggle on grass, barely seeing if your pony is a winner. The Yellowglen Terrace at the Starting Gate was the perfect little go-to balcony bar, offering a perfect view of the entire Cup.
Sipping on delicious Yellowglen varieties and enjoying the awesome little Photo Booth, which provided Lumee case worthy lighting (10/10 approve), the best place to be track-side was by far the Terrace.
With gorgeous gold and floral detailing—we hope to see this beauty back next year for more track-side festivities.
Header via Yellowglen
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