Win tickets for Dubai Future Champions Day

THE Dubai Future Champions Day takes place at Newmarket Racecourse on October 8 and the Ely Standard has teamed up with the venue to offer four readers the chance to win a family tickets for a great day out.

THE Dubai Future Champions Day takes place at Newmarket Racecourse on October 8 and the Ely Standard has teamed up with the venue to offer four readers the chance to win a family tickets for a great day out.

Dubai Future Champions Day is a complete new concept at Newmarket Racecourse and provides an opportunity for anyone who has never been racing before, or for people who would ordinarily buy a Newmarket Nights/Ladies Day ticket just for the concert or the social aspect, to get a bit more bang for their buck as many of the horses who emerge as winners on the day will go onto become racing champions throughout 2012. The event provides a fabulous opportunity for families (as kids come for free) to come along and participate in a sporting event all together, because while maybe dad is off placing a bet, the kids could be joining in with a face painter who takes requests or some of the other entertainment on offer. The National Horse Racing Museum will be bring along jockey silks for kids to dress up in, and the equicizer machine so that people can experience riding a racehorses. Artist Paula Wilson will also be conducting art classes.

Bambi, a 24” miniature pony is also making an appearance with her wendy house, plus the human jockey statue and various stilt walkers and even an origami artist.

How to Enter


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To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket, just answer this question.

What is the name of the 24” miniature pony appearing at the Dubai Future Champions Day on October 8?

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Answers on a postcard to: The Ely Standard, 38 Market Street, Ely, Cambs, CB7 4LS or email: debbie.davies@archant .co.uk

All entries must reach us by October 6 to ensure winners receive tickets in time for the event.

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