Public Holiday History
The March Public Holiday, also known as Adelaide Cup Day, is a public holiday in the state of South Australia that celebrates the running of the Adelaide Cup. The Adelaide Cup is a 3200m long horse race held at Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide, Australia. It was first run in 1864, making it one of the oldest horse races in Australia.
The March Public Holiday is observed on the second Monday of March. The day provides a well-needed day off for residents of South Australia.
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