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Te Aroha’s Dally Day hits 30-year milestone

  • Wed, 13 Jun 2018
  • Dennis Ryan
The Matijasevich family’s Croatian national colours embody the spirit of Te Aroha’s Dally Day.

The Matijasevich family’s Croatian national colours embody the spirit of Te Aroha’s Dally Day.

Thirty years on from its inception, Racing Te Aroha’s Dally Day is still going strong and ready for another hearty renewal at the Thames Valley course on Sunday week. Dally Day grew from an idea in the 1980s as a celebration bringing together the Croatian community and like-minded supporters. Its name is derived from the Dalmatian region of Croatia’s Adriatic coast and it quickly became a must-attend social event combining raceday and cultural awareness. Local couple Victor and…
 

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