By the time the day was done and dusted, over 500 people had been through the gate, getting together with friends, admiring fashions, trying out a few racing tips, and partying the night away.
Race club secretary Cassie Ryan said they were used to hosting 350-400 for their big day, so Saturday's crowd was a great boost for the small club.
"We got rained out last September and had a catch-up event in June this year, but this was the first Morven Cup for two years," she said. "Plus we had a live band from Toowoomba, that were very popular."
For the record, the Craig Smith-trained L'il Rodge won the Cup with jockey John Rudd on board.
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