Australia’s Outback Queensland played host to the iconic Boulia Camel Races last month in the desert and the unique races did not disappoint.
Boulia may be just a tiny Outback Queensland town of 300 residents but thousands swarmed the town for an event capped by the longest camel race in Australia known as the Melbourne Cup of camel racing.
The 1,500 meter event was won by Uncle Bob and jockey Chontelle Jannese. Check out the video recap below.
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