It’s a day at the races for a lucky group who are fanatical about horse racing! You will have the chance to live as a horse owner for the day with a behind the scenes experience.
Danny Mullins, top Irish Jockey is flying over to spend the day with 17 lucky guests. He has ridden Cheltenham festival, Punchestown festival and Grade one winners and is known to be one of the most successful jockeys of his generation.
He will co-host the day and spend the day chatting and sharing his blue-chip knowledge.
The exclusive experience will include; breakfast and a tour of Henry Olivers’ yard and top class facilities. Henry is a former champion conditional Jockey and has ridden and trained numerous winners all over the country, including Cheltenham winners. Henry will be accompanied by his conditional jockey Nathan Brennan, who will give insight on climbing the ranks and his move from Ireland.
The day will then move to Worcester Racecourse to meet and greet with a jockey, behind the scenes access around the Racecourse, an award-winning sit down four course meal and a private box to view the racing. Your day will be hosted by Ryan Tongue, professional racing pundit and racing club owner.
To secure your place, please email email@example.com
This event is being sponsored by T P Pools Services Ltd in Brierley Hill, West Midlands. The company specialises in structural brickwork repair, building and ground works. To contact them, call Billie Hawkins on 07976516283.
At this present time, this event will be going ahead as planned, but please note:
Following recent Government directive to assist with the containment of Coronavirus, we have taken the necessary decision to postpone a number of our popular fundraising events in April and May, when the virus is forecast to be at peak. This includes our Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival on 26th April, Walk4Life on 3rd May and We’re A Knockout on 31st May.
At this present time, the remainder of our events in 2020 are going ahead as planned, but we encourage supporters to visit www.midlandsairambulance.com for further updates.
During this health crisis, we are focusing on the provision of our front-line emergency medical service, ensuring our doctors and critical care paramedics can continue to treat some of the Midlands’ most critically ill and injured patients.
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