WIN VIP night at Kelso races as an owner.
FANCY being treated like a racehorse racehorse
refers usually to thoroughbred but may also include standardbred, trotter. owner for a night - well, we have just the competition for you!
To celebrate the first Discover Scottish Racing Day the Daily Record has teamed up with our friends at Scottish Racing and Kelso Racecourse Kelso Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Kelso, Scotland. The official website describes the course as Britain's Friendliest Racecourse. External links
Our lucky winner will have the chance to lead the horse into the paddock prior to the race at Kelso on the evening of Thursday, May 22.
And if it wins you will also receive the owner's prize (excluding the prizemoney for the race itself).
You will also be treated to a VIP night at the Borders course with a champagne dinner and special badges allowing you and a guest access to areas normally reserved for owners and trainers alone.
You will also get to chat with Lucinda Russell and her jockey prior to the race and get the lowdown low·down
The whole truth: gave us the lowdown on what happened at the party.
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It promises to be a great evening at Kelso's richest meeting ever.
Sponsored by the Daily Record, Tote and the British Horseracing Board From 10th June 1993 until 30th July 2007, the British Horseracing Board (BHB) was the governing authority for horseracing in Great Britain. It was created in 1993, and took on responsibilities previously held by the Jockey Club. , Kelso's big night is the first of five Discover Scottish Racing Days over the coming months featuring both Flat and National Hunt meetings.
The others are Perth on June 6, Hamilton Park Places called Hamilton Park include:
For further details about Discover Scottish Racing log on to www.scottishracing.co.uk
All you have to do to have a chance of winning this super prize is answer the following question: Which is the most southerly of Scotland's five race tracks?
Now simply call our special hotline number on
0901 562 8706
and leave your answer along with your name, address and daytime contact telephone number.
All entrants must be 18 years of age or over.
The lines will close at midnight on Sunday May 18.
Calls cost 60p per minute at all times. If you do not pay the phone bill ask permission from the person who does before calling.
The winner will be chosen at random from all the assembled correct entries. Editor's decision is final. Usual Daily Record rules apply.