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WIN TICKETS TO THE CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL PREVIEW EVENING – THE MOST IMFORMATIVE NIGHT FOR RACING FANS

sean graham_iconEnjoy an evening at the Europa Hotel in Belfast with free tickets and £5 betting vouchers. Starts at 7.30pm.

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Answer this question: The first four correct answers win:

WHICH HORSE WON LAST YEAR’S CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP  ?

Four double tickets are to be won.

Send your answer by email to : [email protected]  by 5pm Sunday 2 March 2014 and include you name address and telephone number.

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Brian Graham of Sean Graham Bookmakers

Brian Graham of Sean Graham Bookmakers

Sean Graham Bookmakers will host their ultra-popular and long standing Cheltenham Festival preview night in the Europa Hotel, Belfast on Monday 3rd March.

At The Races presenter Gary O’Brien will act as MC for the evening and be joined by a panel of horse racing experts to preview the four days of racing at Prestbury Park.

Grand National winning trainer Gordon Elliott returns to the panel once again this year to talk through the chances of his Cheltenham-bound horses.

Gary O'Brien, commentator on At the Races.

Gary O’Brien, commentator on At the Races.

Elliott will be joined by jockey Danny Mullins, a rising star of the Irish weighing room. Mullins will give his views on the upcoming festival, where he will be riding leading Champion Hurdle hope Our Conor.

Racing UK commentator Richard Hoiles also returns to the panel along with racing pundit Mark ‘The Couch’ Winstanley. Brian Graham and Ronan Graham complete the panel as they give an update on all the market movers ahead of the four day extravaganza.

Brian Graham commented: “We are delighted that Danny Mullins has agreed to join this year’s panel. Gary O’Brien will chair the evening. Richard Hoiles has a marvellous understanding of the form book whereas Mark Winstanley’s opinion is always sure to be very colourful as well as informative. “