GAIN Horse Feeds have agreed to sponsor the prestigious Railway Stakes taking place at the Curragh on Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby Day, Saturday 28th June, for the next two years.
David Wachman, Trainer of Sudirman, winner of 2013 Railway Stakes said “As a trainer, we are delighted to see such a high profile equine brand in GAIN Horse Feeds sponsoring this highly competitive race. We were delighted to win in 2013 with Sudirman and are looking forward to the 2014 GAIN Railway Stakes in June”
Gain Horse Feeds are Alltech’s official partner for what will be a fantastic 15 days of top level competition.
The event will include 8 disciplines which will consist of 1,000 horses and riders from 60 countries.
The event will be attended by over 500,000 visitors and will be watched on TV by over 500 million.
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Equus Live 2013 took place at Punchestown Racecourse on November 2nd and 3rd. Equus Live was the first event of its kind to be held in Ireland. The two-day event showcased all breeds and disciplines of equestrianism from thoroughbreds to sport horses to ponies. We were delighted to team up with Alltech to be one of the main sponsors of such a fantastic event.
The Darley Irish Oaks will take place this Saturday the 20th of July at the Curragh Racecourse. The Oaks will be taking centre stage for the first time on the Saturday with the best fillies,trainers and jockeys from around the world battling it out to be the winner of this magnificent Grade 1 race. There are 8 fillies entered in this year’s Oaks race with Aidan O’Brien been represented by 3 runners, Lady Cecil who is representing her late husband, Henry Cecil with the one runner and Jim Bolger who is a Gain customer with the one runner also . It is sure to be a cracking race from start to finish so why not make the Curragh Racecourse the place to be this weekend.
The Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby is one of the biggest days in Irish racing with some of the worlds biggest racehorses lining up for a chance to win 1.25 million euro. The day has everything from glamour to excitement. Gates open at 12 noon. The 1st race is at 3pm with the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby off at 6.40pm.