Melbourne, Victoria -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/03/2012 -- On the first Tuesday of November, around three in the afternoon, Aussies gathers around for “The Race That Stops the Nation”. Melbourne Cup, an annual event that is held during every first day of November each year. Attending this event you will suddenly find yourself surrounded by racing experts who know all about form, breathing, lead-ups and how the raiders can’t handle the hard Aussie tracks.
To make the horse race more exciting people bet in for $2 sweeps. And just right around the country, in every state bar Victoria, work shuts down at 12. That’s because in Victoria, they’ve declared to make Cup Day a public holiday already, however, a few years back the cup day was only a Metro Melbourne public holiday.
This year, the Melbourne Cup 2012 will land on November 6, 2012. And a lot of speculations have been going around that this year’s celebration will be more extravagant than ever. On the other hand, people are already betting on the horse they fancy and arguments are built up on who will win the major race horse.
For people interested to see this world renowned holiday, you might as well get your tickets now or prepare the most colorful clothes you have and the most fashionable hat you can buy. This is the time of the year for the Aussies to have fun, fun, and just have a lot of fun. You too can take part on this annual event.
Nov 6, 2012 is the day of the anticipated Melbourne Cup 2012, an event that happens exclusive every Tuesday of the period of November.
Though there are still many nights to count, people in the street of the goodish chaste of the most famous Race started to machinate their prevision for the nearing of it that put the nation into a purse.
This Melbourne Cup 2012 is unsurprising to produce an overweening treasure for the people who will win, prizes that even bigger that is expected to surpass the 2011 budget that sums up to $6,175,000 plus trophies.
The Contest is one of the most choice person events in Arenas, with sometimes over 110,000 individuals attending, lavishing every instant on the famous Flemington Racecourse, several are all dressed up in a conventional clothes on the main event arena others try on profligate costumes that further adds up color to the event itself. In 2003, 122,736 people attended it. The 1926 Cup was the freehand event that 100,000 crowd fills Flemington that now metamorphose the number as the lowest number of people that you may find at any event that might come because it gets bigger and bigger every year. Today the maximum packs at Flemington is held on 2006 summing 130,000 attendees.
For more information visit the Melbourne Cup 2012 websites at http://www.theshark.com.au/melbournecup2012 and http://www.theshark.com.au
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