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Winton Winners: Bronwyn Clark 1, Vicky Hammond 3 and Relda McKay 2 --
who enjoyed success at the Winton Jockey Club's first Fashion in the Field
event at its recent cup day.
Photo: MARY WITSEY
Fashion wins at
Fashion in the Field -- Women
Bronwyn Clark 1, Relda McKay
2, Vicky Hammond 3
Fashion in the Field -- Men
Shane Phillips 1, Alan Dykes 2
Grow the Mo
Ham Swale, Keith Woods, Cliff
Boyle, Greg Crowe and Tom
By MARY WITSEY
The crowds turned out to enjoy
great weather and great racing
the Winton Jockey Club's
annual cup day.
This year the club's committee
went all out with a range of
innovations aimed at making
the day an action-packed one.
Highlights included the club's
first Fashion in the Field event,
a ''grow the mo'' competition
and the distribution of life
memberships to club stalwarts.
Gallop South promotions and
Patrice Spencer-Humm said she
was delighted with the success
of the day, with good numbers
donning hats and heels for the
Fashion in the Field event.
The club was now gearing up
for its festive Christmas racing
event on Monday, December 10.
An exhibition by the Takitimu
Arts and Garden Collective on-
site at the Winton course on
Sunday, December 9, and again
on race day on Monday would
be a highlight.
''The exhibition is going to be
the real feature of that meet-
ing,'' she said.
Board counts the cost
The Winton Community Board
appears to have lost its
Christmas spirit -- or at least it
doesn't believe that Winton can
afford to have one.
An appeal by the Winton Area
Promotions group asking the
board to fund installation of
Christmas banners, at a cost of
$1600, has been turned down.
Promotions committee sec-
retary Jane Miedema said they
were keen to put banners in
place to brighten up the town.
''The group feel it is important
to bring some Christmas cheer
and brighten our town for the
They also wanted to encourage
local businesses to dress their
shop windows for the Christ-
mas period, she said.
But at its monthly meeting the
Winton Community Board
turned down the request, with
board member Brian Somer-
ville saying he was concerned
about the price and felt the cost
would only grow over the years.
Acting board chair Lynley
Mangos wanted to see the
promotions group explore
''other options which could
enhance the town without
costing so much.''
Southland District Council area
engineer Josh Webb said the
board had ''resisted'' Christmas
banners ''because it's an
Winton Area Promotions had
bought the 24 banners, which
cost $95 each, and had twice
replaced them. Up until
2008/2009 the Winton Com-
munity Board had supported
the Christmas project with a
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