William Inglis & Son Ltd was founded on the basic principles of honesty and integrity, its great success and longevity attributed directly to these simple but all-important ideals.
This is a company where every detail matters and superior client service is of the utmost importance.
The Inglis family are still involved in the day to day running of this business, with both Jamie and Arthur Inglis, within the firm.
Managing Director Mark Webster brings an extensive knowledge of print and digital media to the firm, having held a senior position with News Limited for the past eight years.
The Valley is the historic home of Australia’s most prestigious horse race, the Sportingbet Cox Plate.
It's considered Melbourne’s most appealing spectator racecourse, offering an exciting, up-close and personal entertainment experience like no other. Established in 1883, Moonee Valley has enjoyed a rich and vibrant history of thoroughbred horse racing at its unique amphitheatre track and was the first Australian metropolitan track to conduct night racing.
Moonee Valley Racing Club is committed to maintaining high standards of excellence in racing and customer service. Each race meeting offers premium racing, entertainment and enjoyment throughout the year and during the Spring Racing Carnival. Our aim is to engage and excite our members and visitors about day and night racing at The Valley
The Victoria Racing Club (VRC) has a long and proud history. Located at Australia’s most famous racecourse, the VRC continues to uphold the traditions that have made it Australia’s premier racing club. Flemington is home of the Melbourne Cup Carnival which attracts in excess of 300,000 racegoers from across the globe to Flemington throughout its four day spectacular of racing, food, wine, entertainment and fashion.
The Brisbane Racing Club (BRC) was formed on 1 July, 2009 – the result of a merger between the Queensland Turf Club (QTC) and Brisbane Turf Club (BTC). The amalgamation of the former two clubs was the first of its kind for the Australian racing industry. The BRC conducts 98 race meetings and hosts over 300,000 patrons each year. Race meetings are conducted at the club’s two racetracks, Eagle Farm and Doomben racecourses. Highlights on the racing calendar include the summer (December ) and winter (May, June) carnivals.
The South Australian Jockey Club is South Australia’s largest, and premier racing club, playing host to 58 days of racing action throughout the year at Morphettville Racecourse. The club has a membership of over 2000.