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Fancy a day at the races?
Here’s your chance to win tickets thanks to the
British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre and Betfred.
We are offering you a day to remember and giving you the chance to experience top-class racing action at the Betfred BTRC Day this November.
Two lucky winners and a friend or partner will get the chance to enjoy this exciting day of racing at one of the country’s most well-known racecourses.
The World’s Largest Independent Bookmaker, Betfred is kindly supporting the BTRC charity day held on Saturday, November 5, at Aintree Racecourse, near Liverpool and the winners will receive entry tickets for this spectacular day out.
The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre (BTRC) is the biggest in Britain dedicated to the retraining and rehoming of retired racehorses to give them happy and useful lives once their racing days are over and was the pioneer in the field when launched as the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre 25 years ago.
To celebrate the BTRC’s 25th Anniversary, Betfred and Aintree are keen to promote the incredible work the charity does retraining retired racehorses, through this fantastic race day.
The day is also aimed at making race goers more aware of the journey racehorses face when leaving the world of racing.
To be in with your chance of winning a pair of Betfred BTRC Day adult tickets for two, fill in the entry form and answer the question below:
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For tickets to enjoy an Afternoon of Top Class Racing and support the BTRC at Aintree Racecourse on Saturday 5th November please go to aintree.thejockeyclub.co.uk or by calling 0344 579 3001.
BTRC supporters will get general admission tickets half price, if you use the code: BTRC. The offer will be restricted to maximum of four tickets per customer and runs until midnight on October 31.
Racegoers can also buy tickets directly from the sales office at Aintree Racecourse. Hospitality packages are currently available to purchase, please call 0151 522 2911 for more information.
For further information contact BTRC on (01524) 812649 or please visit www.britishtrc.co.uk