St Mary's Centre
By Nichola Zijderveld - 18th March 2015 3:30pm
Join us for a fun evening of horse racing on the 18th April at the Youth & Community Centre to raise much needed funds for Haddenham Cricket Club.
Eight races to enjoy with tickets only £5.00 a person, or get together with your friends for a syndicate of 10 people for just £40.00.
Have you ever dreamt of being a race horse owner? Well now is your chance. Buy a horse for just £5.00 and give it that special winning name! Or just back your favourite horses on the night at the Tote.
Also, for the last race of the evening, we have a featured Auction Race with each horse being auctioned for ownership live on the night — 50% of auction proceeds going to the winning horse owner or syndicate.
Other highlights of the evening include:
A full bar with XT beer (from our generous race night sponsors), as well as lager, wine and spirits all offered at great prices
Silent auction with your chance to bid for tickets for a match and tour at Lords
Tickets now on sale, but be quick as they are limited. Email: email@example.com
So join us for a great evening and show your support: YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU!
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