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Racecourse Support Helps Visibility

Racecourses around Ireland have continued to support Treo Eile’s awareness campaign by allowing our brand to be attached to any unsponsored races.  The support enables the name, podium and ringside branding and a rug to be presented to the winning horse.  We also run an advert in the racecard which features an appropriate retired horse in its new role.

This coverage usually appears on Racing TV and can be picked up by racing reporter and across social media, helping to spread the awareness of the brand and its objectives to CONNECT (retiring racehorses to new owners), SUPPORT (newly retired horses with an event program) and PROMOTE (the amzing adventures of the horses and their riders).

Special thanks and acknowledgement to Curragh, Cork, Naas, Navan, Leopardstown, Limerick, Listowel, Tipperary and to the excellent Elaine at Race Displays who helps with our promotions.

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