• Post published:March 18, 2021

Stable Staff to be acknowledged for their hard work and dedication again this year 

TRI Equestrian, TRM and The Curragh Racecourse are delighted to announce they will extend their partnership for the 2021 racing season with the first of 21 race days starting this Sunday 21st March.

The TRM ‘BTO’ The partnership will include sponsorship of 11 races throughout the year kicking off with title sponsorship of the Curragh’s second race day of 2021 on Saturday 17th April, which will feature the Group 3 TRI Equestrian Gladness Stakes. Other races include the valuable TRM Premier Handicap on Derby Festival Friday and the Tesoro Ladies Race in September, which will be open to both amateur and professional female jockeys   

TRM will continue to support the Curragh’s Stable Staff Appreciation initiative throughout the year to help celebrate the hard work and dedication of thousands of people who are associated with the horse racing industry. The TRM ‘Best Turned Out Winners Draw’ will be rolled out across the season. Every winner of a BTO prize for all races this season will continue to receive a TRM-Curragh branded piece of merchandise, while they will gain entry into a draw at the end of the season on 26th October with the chance to win €1,000.   

Evan Arkwright, Racing and Sponsorship Manager of The Curragh commented, “We are very grateful to both TRI Equestrian and TRM for their continued support particular during these unprecedented and challenging times.  As our nearest neighbour we are delighted to enhance our very positive partnership with them to include working collaboratively together to acknowledge the work of stable staff.”   

Larry Masterson, Chairman of TRM said, “We’re delighted to continue our strong partnership with the Curragh racecourse for the 3rd year. The TRI and TRM success has been built through racing and our close working partnership with the Curragh is something that we value dearly. It is with great pleasure that we continue to work in close partnership for the 2021 season.”