ROYAL Windsor Racecourse, which is celebrating 150 years of racing, is excited to be hosting its annual Irish Racenight on Monday, July 25.
The night will see a thrilling seven race card of flat racing and will be followed by entertainment and live music from U2 tribute band – U2UK.
This extremely popular band will be playing some of the top U2 hits including One, City of Blinding Lights and Even Better than the Real Thing so racegoers can rock out on The Lawn after racing.
Gates open at 3.30pm with the seven race card taking place from 5.30pm.
Visitors can enjoy the musical entertainment late into the evening. Food and drink a-plenty will be on offer, plus a fantastic value Irish night package including a pint of Guinness, Irish burger and Grandstand admission for only £25.
Scroll down for our exclusive competition. You can also book your tickets online here or call 01753 498 400.
When looking for a winner at Royal Windsor Racecourse, it’s often best to take the ‘keep it simple’ approach.
Look out for horses from trainers Richard Hannon, Clive Cox and Devon-based Rod Millman, as well racecourse ambassador Andrew Balding.
Trainer Mike Murphy also targets his horses to run well at Royal Windsor Racecourse.
Another factor when looking for a winner at Royal Windsor Racecourse is course-form. Any horse who has run well at Royal Windsor before, often runs well again.
The racetrack is in a figure of eight, which suits some horses running styles more than others, especially the more experienced ones who handle the tight bends - a balanced horse who can quicken will often find their way into the winners' enclosure.
Enter our competition: Win one of four Racegoer River packages for Irish Night, July 25
The package includes:
- Club Enclosure ticket
- Return river taxi trip from Windsor town
- £10 drink voucher
- £2 Totepool betting voucher
- Racecard listing the day’s runners and riders
To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question:
What anniversary is Royal Windsor Racecourse celebrating?
Send the correct answer, along with your name, address, telephone number and email: [email protected] or send us your entry to The Irish Post, Windsor Racecourse competition, 88 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M4BY before Friday, July 22.
The usual terms and conditions apply. No cash alternatives will be offered.