In the main large field entries made for difficult decisions and the with the “on course” expert another distraction meant picking winners wasn’t as easy as expected.
Hosted in the “Kingmaker” suite both companies enjoyed Warwick’s first-class hospitality which was evident throughout the day.
“I missed last years event due to holiday commitments but its great to get everyone together as the year starts and the facility has been fantastic”
Tony Mills, National Sales Director, Triflex
With lunch and afternoon tea to be served in between racing, the view from the private suite allows for the full vista of racing and a fantastic viewing point to watch all the action.
Warwick Racecourse is one of the oldest in the country with racing being held in the 1700’s and now under the ownership and control of the Jockey Club enjoys National hunt racing.
It always starts off low key but as the races progress those who don’t normally attend National hunt racing get the bug. Luckily, I managed to break-even and I see that as a win!
“It’s been great to meet some new faces and catch up with the “old faces” which will allow both sets of teams to make better relationships. I am delighted that the guys from Triflex have made the journey and look forward to a great day”.
Simon Lamb, MD
The biggest winner came in the final jump race with Telepathique coming in at 11-1, but in second 80-1 Quite The Getaway, luckily those who backed each way went home smiling.
Makers would like to thank the Jockey Club and Corinthian Sports for their assistance during the day and whether people won or lost a great day was had by all.