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Jan. 10, 2012
Surf, saddles merge as supermodel Brooklyn Decker lights up Magic Millions barrier draw
THE Gold Coast beach had it all yesterday – the glamour, the big names and even racehorses.
They were all there to promote the Magic Millions carnival, which hits pace today when the annual yearling sales begin at the Gold Coast Racecourse.
American supermodel Brooklyn Decker lit up the beach during yesterday’s barrier draw for Saturday’s feature races. The actress and wife of tennis star Andy Roddick is this year’s Magic Millions ambassador.
Decker said she was excited to be part of a raceday that has become ingrained in Queensland’s summer events calendar.
The State Government gave the carnival a boost last night when it finalised a $35 million upgrade for the Gold Coast track and facilities. The upgrade, which will not include an equity sharing deal for Racing Queensland, begins in August.
Golden girl to shine at Magic Millions race day
Owners are expected to splurge at least $60 million on yearlings over the next week.
Magic Millions spokesman Greg Irvin said it was too early to tell what the sales would yield. But he said some of the country’s major racing players, including Gai Waterhouse and Nathan Tinkler, would be at the sales.
SHE’S been hailed as the “sexiest woman alive”, graced the pages of Sports Illustrated and Victoria’s Secret catalogues and has begun to make a name for herself in Hollywood.
Supermodel and actress Brooklyn Decker can now add ambassador for the Magic Millions race carnival to her resume.
The stunning blonde, whose girl-next-door face and ultimate bikini-model body won the heart of her tennis-ace husband Andy Roddick, will be the star attraction on the Gold Coast this Saturday for the Magic Millions race day.
It’s the first time the stunning 24-year-old has been trackside, and she can’t wait.
“There aren’t many hat-wearing occasions in America so I can’t wait to get there and see what it is like,” she said.
“I think I will feel a little bit like Kate Middleton.
“My own style is a little more boy-meets-girl so having the chance to dress up in a traditional, lady-like way will be fun.”
Decker is a big fan of Australian labels sass & bide and Ellery. She discovered them when she lived in Sydney for six months in 2005 at the start of her modelling career.
After conquering the modelling world, she made her big-screen debut in last year’s hit Just Go With It, starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston.
She’ll next be seen in the action blockbuster Battleship and the comedy What to Expect When You’re Expecting.
“It’s a hard transition going from model to actor,” she said.
“It’s such a cliche but I’ve been really lucky and I feel thankful people keep hiring me. I don’t know why they are but I’m not going to argue it – I’m having a really good time.”
Decker will travel to Australia with Roddick and spend a week at the Gold Coast before heading to Melbourne to support her husband at the Australian Open.
Battleship Stars Make Holiday Phone Calls to Deployed Sailors
Actors from the upcoming feature film “Battleship” spoke to USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) and embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 17 Sailors during a phone call to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier Dec. 16.
Two fans aboard Vinson exchanged greetings and asked Brooklyn Decker and Taylor Kitsch a number of questions throughout the call.
Aviation Ordnanceman 3rd Class (AW) Rodel D. Mosuela, a Chantilly, Va. native, assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 81, asked Decker about her experience working with major Hollywood stars and active duty service members on the set of “Battleship”.
Decker said it was like seeing two worlds, military and civilian combined.
“All the things that you do are very admirable,” she said as she addressed Mosuela’s sacrifice of leaving his family behind to defend his country. “Thank you for what you do.”
Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class (SW) Megan L. Catellier, an Indianapolis native assigned to Vinson’s Media Department, spoke with Kitsch about her experiences living on a ship and being on station after last year’s devastating earthquake in Haiti.
“I got the chance to be on the ground and take photos,” she said explaining her role as a Navy photographer. “I’ve learned to appreciate what I do.”
Both Decker and Kitsch sent their greetings to the crew by thanking them for their service and wishing each a happy holiday.
Brooklyn Decker is now the official ambassador for Magic Millions
NOT content with sitting in the grandstands to watch husband Andy Roddick during Australian Open time, American sweetheart Brooklyn Decker has scored a Down Under gig of her own as official ambassador for the 2012 Magic Millions Carnival in January.
“I am so excited,” said the 24-year-old, who is looking forward to all the “sunshine, glamour and horse racing” of the annual Gold Coast event.
Decker follows in the footsteps of former carnival ambassadors such as Aussie models Jess Hart and Kristy Hinze, plus Olympic gold medallist Giaan Rooney and Aussie trainer Gai Waterhouse.
“I was actually named after a horse and I grew up around them in North Carolina, so seeing these majestic animals race, and the yearling sales, will be a thrill for me,” Decker said.
The Magic Millions carnival kicks off on January 10, followed by the BMW Magic Millions Race Day on January 14.
Interview with Brooklyn Decker on the deck of the Carl Vinson Aircraft Carrier
Brooklyn Decker, model and star of upcoming movie, “Battleship” is interviewed by director Steven C. Barber on the day of the Carrier Classic NCAA basketball game, on the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson, on Veterans Day 11/11/11