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Title:Masters Games 2016
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Date: 09/07/2016 to 09/06/2016
While camels may have a reputation as dedicated 'ships of the desert', these magnificent beasts are certainly not short on personality. Racing them can prove a nightmare for riders and handlers but fantastic viewing for spectators. Entertainment is assured, with nine unique races scheduled around the dusty outback track throughout the day.
There will be lots of action between races, too. Belly dancers, rickshaw races, 'Kids Camel Capers' hobby camel races, rides, Mr and Miss Camel Cup challenges, food stalls and bars will add to the carnival atmosphere.
The Rickshaw Races are sure to be a barrel of laughs. Two people start off sitting in these people powered machines and two intrepid runners will pull them to the halfâ€“waypoint. They then swap and the pullers become the pulled. Numbers are limited for this fun event. Teams of 4 need to enter, on a first come first served basis. Entry is totally free and there is even some prize money on offer!
The hilarious honeymoon handicap is one of the highlights on the annual program of the Alice Springs Camel Cup
The hilarious honeymoon handicap is one of the highlights on the annual program. The Camels start as in a normal race â€“ however half way around the track, the Camel (and new husband aboard) must stop and pick up their new Brides and then proceed to the finish line in normal race fashion. (Brides be sure you get the right husband!)
Since 2012 the Camel Cup is run by APEX Club of Alice Springs with assistance of the Lions Club
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