Ahead of the £1 million All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield Park on Friday, Arena Racing Company (“ARC”) and Betway are delighted to announce a multi-year extension of their partnership deal.
The sponsorship agreement covers all races throughout the All-Weather Championships in the Sprint, Marathon and blue riband Middle Distance categories at the four ARC all-weather racecourses. It will see Betway continue their association with feature races over the All-Weather Championships such The Golden Rose and Cleves Stakes as well as The Churchill Stakes, The Winter Derby Trial, Winter Derby and the £200,000 Easter Classic, all run at Lingfield Park.
Good Friday 2019 marks Betway’s third season of sponsorship in the All-Weather Championships, which began in 2016.
Betway’s Alan Alger said: “After a highly successful three seasons sponsoring the All-Weather Championships, we’re really happy to be extending our involvement for another three.
“The All-Weather Championships provides great racing from October to April, not least this Friday’s Finals Day where there is £1 million in prize money on offer, and we’re proud to be a part of it.”
ARC’s Group Director of Partnerships, David Leyden Dunbar said, “Betway have been fantastic supporters of the All-Weather Championships and we’re delighted to extend the relationship over the coming seasons. We’ve enjoyed working with the Betway team to develop the Championships over the last three years and we’re looking forward to building on this success over the coming years”.
The All-Weather Championships encompasses all races taking place on an all-weather surface in Britain over the winter months. It culminates with the £1 million Finals Day at Lingfield Park Racecourse, along with a £250,000 fixture at Newcastle, which features the Listed Burradon Stakes.