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Compas Stallions To Sponsor Space Traveller Committed Stakes At Navan

Micheal Orlandi's Compas Stallions will sponsor the Space Traveller Irish EBF Committed S. at Navan on Saturday, Apr. 27, the racecourse announced on Thursday. One of seven stallions on the roster, Space Traveller (GB) is a Group 2 winner, and is standing his second season at stud. The Space Traveller Irish EBF Committed S. is one of three black-type races on the card, alongside the SBK Vintage Crop S. and the G3 Irish EBF Salsabil S. There will also be a Flat Season Preview at the racecourse featuring Orlandi, host...

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Tattersalls To Sponsor 2024 Polish St Leger

The 2024 edition of the Polish St Leger will be sponsored by Tattersalls, the sales company announced on Wednesday. Held at Warsaw's Służewiec Racecourse, the 1 3/4-mile race on Westminster Day, Aug. 31, joins other Classic sponsorships by Tattersalls including the G1 Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas, G1 Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas and G2 Tattersalls Italian Oaks. Multiple group winner Va Bank (Ire) (Archipenko), a €4,500 Tattersalls Ireland September yearling buy, won the Polish St Leger. In addition, Tattersalls Ireland will sponsor the Nagroda Dakota, a juvenile race over 6 1/2...

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Howden Renews Sponsorship In Bahrain, Expands Sponsorship To Australia

Howden, the global insurance group, has partnered with the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) and continued its relationship with The Bahrain Turf Club (BTC) in a pair of sponsorships, the company announced on Tuesday. Howden is already an official partner in Ascot Racecourse. Howden is now the Official Partner of the VRC. The VRC hosts the Melbourne Cup Carnival. They have also been named sponsors of the G1 Howden Australian Guineas over 1600m. The company is now in its third year of sponsoring The Crown Prince's Cup Meeting in the Kingdom...

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Tattersalls To Sponsor 2023 Italian Oaks

Tattersalls will sponsor the 2023 running of the G2 Italian Oaks at Milan's San Siro racecourse, operated by Snaitech. The race will be staged on Sunday, June 11, and will carry a prize fund of €388,000.  As part of the sponsorship, Tattersalls will offer vouchers of 15,000gns and 7,500gns to the owners of the Classic winner and runner-up respectively to be spent at the 2023 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale or Tattersalls Somerville Yearling Sale, or at the 2024 Tattersalls Craven and Guineas Breeze Up Sales. Tattersalls Chairman Edmond Mahony commented,...

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