A successful racehorse trainer from West Sussex has announced a special event for racehorse owners on Sunday June 8.
Luke Dace’s open morning will take place at his Pulborough training yard, with guests welcome to follow Luke and his team to Goodwood Racehorse for that afternoon’s racing fixture.
Guests attending the open morning will be offered the chance to meet Luke’s top racehorses including American Spin (who recently broke a track record at Kempton Park Racecourse), Echo Brava and Bobby Benton. Champion flat jockey, Richard Hughes, and this year’s Grand National winning jockey, Leighton Aspell, will also be at the open morning to meet and address guests.
The morning will begin with a Champagne reception, followed by tours of Luke Dace’s world class racehorse training facilities, including the gallops, indoor arenas and the equine swimming pool. Alongside viewing the training facilities, racehorse owners can learn about Luke Dace’s racehorse breeding services.
Following the open morning, Luke and his team will be heading to Goodwood Racecourse for the Sunday School racing fixture, with guests welcome to follow them to the event. Luke hopes to enter one of his horses into a race at the West Sussex track.
Luke said: “I’m very proud of the work I do in training winning racehorses, but it’s also great to be able to show off our facilities to racehorse owners, who may be looking for a new trainer, or looking to making an initial investment in a racehorse.
“I’m looking forward to welcoming Richard Hughes and Leighton Aspell along to speak to guests on the day, which promises to be an exciting event!”
Racehorse owners wishing to attend the free open morning, which will take place from 9.30am to 11.30am, should register their interest with Louise Dace on 07974 765506, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Report and picture contributed by PMW Communications.