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Andoversford Races is one of several events that comprise the calendar of the Cotswold Country Business Club, under the operation of the Cotswold Hunt. Collectively, our events are seen by some 15,000 spectators over a 7 month period. Our Event programmes are a must-have for each event, whilst our annual Yearbook is mailed to all our customers once a year and has a lengthy shelf life, with contact details for all our customers, suppliers, and business partners. 

These four publications provide a regular and inexpensive route to market to reach an affluent group of land, property and rural business owners whose entertainment needs are built around horse sports and traditional country pursuits. 

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One insertion:

Full page £350, Half page £200

Four publications: 

Full page £900, Half page £595

 

Contact Peter McNeile on 07850 091523 or info@andoversfordraces.co.uk for copy deadlines, availability and technical specs. 

Event details

When?

 

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Sunday April 10th 2022

Gates open 1030. Pony racing 12 noon, Steeplechases from 2.00pm

Going: Good to Firm, good in places (Sunday) To be updated Thursday 

Buy a Season Ticket to enjoy the best Point-to-Point racing across seven counties around Gloucestershir

Where?

Andoversford Races is 6m east of Cheltenham near Dowdeswell Manor. Follow signs from the reservoir out of Cheltenham on the A40, or from the A436.

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