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Cheltenham races-Tipster lunch

14th March 2016 @ 12:30 pm
Barnsley House
Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5EE
£34.00 per person
01285 740000

Don’t leave it to chance or take a gamble on the grey (just because he’s pretty), instead get your game planned and enjoy a lunch spent taking tips from one of the best.

We are lucky to be joined by two guest speakers, Roger Hart and J J Burke.

Roger Hart of Countrywide Promotions is joining us to take us through the horse form of each race of the Cheltenham Festival.  He analyses racing everyday, is a presenter at many racecourses and is well known as a racing speaker/tipster at private racecourse boxes and events.  Roger is based locally at Chipping Campden.  Roger will be coming to speak at future lunches throughout the year.

J J Burke (Jonathan) is the young upwardly mobile Irish jockey who landed the retainer to owners Alan and Angela Potts winning on their Graded horses Sizing Europe, Sizing John and Sizing Granite.  He works with trainers Henry De Bromhead and Jim Dreaper.  His insight will give an excellent angle on the Irish horses arriving at Cheltenham this year headed by the Willie Mullins team.  He has been riding in the actual trial races in Ireland this year and his knowledge is integral to finding the winners at Cheltenham Festival, we are lucky to have him join us.

Tickets are £34 and include coffee and tea on arrival, a two course lunch accompanied by a glass of wine, all to be followed by tips galore. Starting orders is 12:30pm.

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