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Sponsors Announced For Yorkshire’s Jump and Flat Racing Titles

Crombie Wilkinson Solicitors has been announced as a new sponsor for the leading jump trainer and jockey in Yorkshire award.  The Legal 500 accredited and leading North Yorkshire based legal firm will give the prize to the trainer and jockey who has the most wins across the Yorkshire courses.  Clair Douglas, Head of the Agricultural and Landed Estates Team at Crombie Wilkinson said,

“We are very proud to have been approached to be sponsors of the leading trainer and jockey in Yorkshire for the 2019/2020 jump season. We are well known for our involvement, support and work with the Yorkshire racing community, in particular in the North Yorkshire area. Supporting Go Racing In Yorkshire is a natural fit for us as it sits alongside our current support of the regions point to points, racing open days and activities for the equine and racing community that take place, which we have supported for many years.”

Yorkshire’s jump season started in October 2019 and runs until April 2020, starting and ending at Wetherby and incorporating fixtures at Catterick and Doncaster.

On the flat front, McClarrons Sport have taken on the mantle for the leading trainer and jockey in Yorkshire for the 2020 season.

The organisation specialises in sports contingency and is able to propose innovative and creative insurance solutions, bonuses and marketing campaigns.

“We are thrilled to be supporting Go Racing in Yorkshire in 2020. At McClarrons Sport, we have a longstanding passion and interest in horse-racing. This, alongside our Yorkshire roots, make this a wonderful initiative for us to be able to support our local flat trainers and jockeys,” said Garry Davies, Director – Accident, Health, Sports & Contingency

Recognising the appeal of horse racing to the leisure market, Welcome to Yorkshire’s Commercial Director, Peter Dodd said:

Yorkshire has more racecourses than any other region with nine stretching across the county, so Yorkshire is very much the home of horse racing in the UK. Jump racing provides an opportunity for visitors from far and wide to enjoy a great day out during the winter months from the action on the course to exciting themed race days and festive events.”

The winners will be announced at the end of their respective season with the awards presented at Go Racing In Yorkshire’s annual lunch in December.