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Drumbo enjoy cash injection for Gold Cup battle

By Adam McKendry

Published 04/10/2016

Top dog: Miss Northern Ireland Emma Carswell at the launch of the 2016 Tennent’s Gold Cup with (left) Terry McCourt from Tennent’s NI and John Connor, Drumbo Park Racing manager
Top dog: Miss Northern Ireland Emma Carswell at the launch of the 2016 Tennent’s Gold Cup with (left) Terry McCourt from Tennent’s NI and John Connor, Drumbo Park Racing manager

This October, Tennent's Lager will be partnering with Drumbo Park Greyhound Stadium to stage the 2016 Tennent's Gold Cup.

The event takes place over the next three weekends with the final on Saturday, October 22, and will allow entrants to compete for a prize of £10,000.

Welcoming the ongoing partnership with Tennent's Lager, Drumbo Park Racing manager John Connor said: "The Tennent's Gold Cup is one of our flagship events, with the excitement building.

"We're looking forward to some great races at Drumbo Park in the weeks ahead as some of the best dogs in the country chase gold in the Tennent's Gold Cup."

Victoria Brown, Tennent's Brand manager, said: "Great nights out are synonymous with both Tennent's and Drumbo Park and we're delighted to be part of their continuing success stories."

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