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|Title:||Doncaster Racecourse Reveals New Leger Crown!|
|Author:||Doncaster Racecourse |
|ID & Publication:||20130811026 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
|Subject:||Business News |
Doncaster Racecourse, home of the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival, today announces a new one-year sponsorship deal with the Crown Hotel. The local company, which is based in nearby Bawtry, will lend its name to the Listed feature race on Wednesday 11 September, which will now be entitled the ‘The Crown Hotel Bawtry Scarbrough Stakes’.
As part of this partnership, the opening day of the Festival will now be known as The Crown Hotel Bawtry Opening Day.
This supports The Crown’s already strong year-round sponsorship deals with Doncaster Racecourse, whilst complimenting their support of race five on Thursday of the St Leger Festival, The Crownhotel-Bawtry.com E.B.F Maiden Stakes.
Jo Mapletoft, Group Sponsorship Manager for Arena Racing Company said, ‘We’re hugely excited to be extending our already successful partnership with the Crown Hotel during the prestigious Ladbrokes St Leger Festival. The Crown is now one of the main partners of our showpiece race week, with the company taking ownership of the opening day and its feature race.’
Craig Dowie, Director of The Crown Hotel, said, ‘We’re proud of our close links with Doncaster Racecourse and have always been highly keen on strengthening our association with the prestigious flagship horse racing festival. We’re very-much looking forward to positioning our name to the opening day’
The Ladbrokes St Leger Festival runs from Wednesday 11 September to Saturday 14 September 2013, where the Ladbrokes St Leger Stakes - the final Classic of the season – is the showpiece event; complimented by many quality feature races.
For further details, please contact Doncaster Racecourse on 01302 304230 or see www.doncaster-racececourse.co.uk. The dedicated Ladbrokes St Leger microsite can be found at www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk/st-leger
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