1C Mrs Macquarie's Road
Sydney, NSW 2000
|Full Member Ticket||$ 33 (includes GST of $ 3)|
|Guest Ticket||$ 66 (includes GST of $ 6)|
At this month's breakfast we will hear from Hermione FitzGerald, the NSW and European Representative of OTI Racing and Bloodstock, who have recently joined the Chamber as a Corporate Member and won this year's Sydney Cup. OTI has a history rich with success on the track, with over 100 Group and Listed wins including Cups, Derbies and Guineas, as well as Stakes class wins in seven different countries. They are an Australian-based company with a global presence and manage thoroughbreds in Australia, Europe and New Zealand. At present OTI have 10 horses in training in Ireland with leading trainers.
A former professional golfer on tours in Europe and South Africa, Hermione hails from a family steeped in racing, and Irish history. Her uncle is the present Duke of Leinster, and Hermione’s ancestors include ‘Silken Thomas’ FitzGerald who fought against a heretic king in Henry VIII and was executed in the Tower of London. Lord Edward FitzGerald, son of the 1st Duke of Leinster was killed by the British in the 1798 rebellion. More recently Hermione’s great grand father Edward, 7th Duke gambled his life inheritance away to a money lender.
How do I book for this event?
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