6th Kilbeggan Races Meeting — August 8th 2015

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The Best Dressed Lady Competition at Kilbeggan races next Saturday, 8th August at 5.30Pm, will be the most international in recent times, with a touch of Ireland, USA, Britain, and the rest of the world. They say that style is a way to say who you are, without having to speak, but this occasion and prize is so special that only words can describe it.

The winner of the Best Dressed Lady prize will win a fantastic trip to New York, to be personally styled by Irish New York designer Jacqueline Quinn, with a value of €2,500 and including €500 of Zack Lo designer shoes. The winners and their guest will be flown out by British Airways including a return flight and three night’s accommodation for two people in New York. Jacqueline Quinn is one of the most successful designers based in New York and won prizes like the “Best Evening Wear Designer” at the Hollywood Fashion Awards. She will be opening stores in Ireland & Paris in 2016/17. Some of her clients include the singer Estelle and Natasha Beddingfield. This is an occasion not to be missed by any lady with “designs” on winning a unique prize. Helena Flynn (originally from Kilbeggan)who is Head of PR for British Airways in Europe, Asia, Pacific, Middle East, and Africa will be judging the competition. And will be joined by Paris Donnatella Callan, Creative Director for Fashion And Styling Trends (F.A.S.T.). F.A.S.T. is a New York based fashion consultancy company and magazine, which has been noted as “the definitive publication for fashion and trend”.

THE DAY THE BOOKIES LOST

The Midland’s National day brought a windfall for the punters, as the bookies drowned under the weight of 6 winning favourites or joint favourites and a second favourite -the longest priced at 9/2. The race was a benefit for Gigginstown Stud with Ravished 7/2F winning with Paul Townsend riding, as Bryan Cooper dislocated his thumb in an earlier race. The only danger was previous dual Kilbeggan winner Akorakor also owned by Gigginstown , who fell at the last. Jessica Harrington kept up her recent successful run with Tri na Ceile and Aidan O’Brien trained Carrganog to win the novice chase for J.P.McManus and ridden by the impressive Mark Walsh. Henry de Bromhead won with the useful Danefirth, not knowing that twelve days later he would win the Galway Plate with Shanahan’s Return.

Next Saturday evening will provide yet another great meeting with three sponsored races including the Pig ‘N’ Whistle Pubs and Restaurants New York maiden hurdle, sponsored by John Mahon, New York & Longford; the Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey Mares Novice Hurdle generously sponsored by Kilbeggan Whiskey ® Irish Whiskey; Tom Bermingham Menswear are again sponsoring the bumper : and the Joe Cooney Memorial Hurdle is also sponsored by the Bank House Family in memory of a great contributor to Kilbeggan Races.

AN EVENING TO REMEMBER AWAITS

Admission for Adults is €13, Students and OAP €10, with discounts for Groups, and Children are free. There is a Summer Pack for €20 for Groups of 10 or more. This includes Admission Ticket, Free Racecard, €5 Drink/Food Voucher. Discount Tickets are pre-sale only. An evening of beauty, refinery, the scent of fashion, thrilling racing, the joy of  music, the laughter of friends, the shrieks of joy, the aroma  of food, the clink of glasses, and the possibility of clear blue skies awaits all those who attend Kilbeggan Races on Saturday 8th August. Do you want to be there or will you dare miss it? The choice is yours but remember the first race is at 5.30PM.

Download the above Press Release here 6th Kilbeggan Races August 8th.

For further information visit Kilbeggan Races Website.

 

 

 

 

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