Wednesday , October 21 2020

Help me to raise £20,000 for horse racing charities

I am looking to raise £20,000 for horse racing charities before the Cheltenham Festival. In return for a donation for my “Specials” I will make sure the layers pay for your donation, and make you a profit from the Cheltenham, Aintree and Royal Ascot 2020 Festivals.

You have four options regarding donation and, to be honest, I’d actually prefer you to select a direct donation to one charity of the four we support on a regular basis that you’ll see listed on the page you can visit by clicking here

In the not too distant past I invited people to simply make a Donation for Ratings so that The IJF, Racing Welfare, Greatwood and The Bob Champion Cancer Trust all received the monies required to help them keep on doing what they do.

In 2013 we loaned our horse, Rosie’s Lady, to run in his Legends race at Aintree on Grand National Saturday and she ran a blinder under Jim Culloty (left), to finish third. We also loaned her out for the Charity race run at Cheltenham on World Hurdle day, when she was ridden by a member of the Irish Guarda, who had to raise a good chunk of money for the cause that year.

Supporting charitable projects is what Post Racing is all about so please, visit that link, select a package, and if you do opt to donate to one of the charities directly do not forget to add Gift Aid and then just forward me your receipt.

You will receive one entry for each month you are subscribed between now and March 1st, for the terrific prize we have on offer….a table for four, at the Cheltenham Festival. The sooner you get involved, the more chance you have of it being you.

I will also enter your details into the Newsletter database and from November 1st you will receive information once a week, that will help us blow the layers out of the water during Cheltenham week.

Thanks in advance for your help.

About Ron.Robinson

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