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A Festival evening not to be missed at Exeter
Posted on: February 27th 2017
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With spring in the air, and a spring in the step of race loving folk, March ushers in the first of the Festivals. Cheltenham is on the tip of everybody’s tongues and as the sports pages fill with the clatter and clamour of anticipation, Exeter Racecourse will play host to its own little corner of Festival heaven with its preview evening on March 7. Just one week before that famous roar heralds the start of Cheltenham 2017, ITV Racing’s Luke Harvey, David Pipe, Philip Hobbs, Nick Scholfield and Harry Derham will run the rule over the runners and give their thoughts on possible winners, with Luke Tarr from sponsors Star Sports adding his expertise, and commentator Gareth Topham hosting the evening.

Tickets for the not-to-be-missed evening cost just £10 in advance, £12 on the gate, or can be bought in conjunction with a Grandstand and Paddock or Premier ticket for £18.40 or £22.40 respectively. Prior to the evening, there are six races to enjoy, which are guaranteed to whet the appetite ahead of an intriguing evening. To book visit www.exeter-racecourse.co.uk

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