- May 18, 2016
18th May 2016
Fantastic prizes on offer for Investec Ladies’ Day ‘Style Award’ competition
Style and glamour are synonymous with top class horseracing, and on Friday 3 June, Epsom Downs Racecourse invite women of all ages to dress to impress for a chance of winning the ‘Style Award’ at Investec Ladies’ Day.
The fantastic prizes on offer include the use of a Bentley Continental GT for a weekend; a Bentley Ladies Continental handbag worth £2,950; luxury Bloom Gin hampers; and tickets to see Irish music sensation The Corrs at Epsom Downs Racecourse later this summer.
This year’s celebrity judge for the highly coveted ‘Style Award’ title is model, presenter and DJ Vogue Williams, who will be joined by a representative from hello! magazine to pick the winners.
Vogue Williams is a true fashionista and she is a regular celebrity blogger on hello! online and guest panellist on shows such as ITV’s ‘Off the Rails’. She has also DJed at some of the biggest festivals in Europe and will bring Investec Ladies Day to a close amidst a party atmosphere when she DJ’s after racing.
Vogue Williams said:
“I am absolutely delighted to be invited back to Epsom Downs Racecourse to judge the Investec Ladies Day Style Award on Friday 3 June. The Ladies Day top prize is the use of a Bentley Continental GT for a weekend and a Bentley Ladies Continental handbag worth £2,950, so get your outfits ready and be in for a chance to win, it’s a great prize. Dressing for this sort of occasion can be difficult so my advice is, dress like you’re meeting your boyfriend’s parents for the first time!”
Tickets for the Grandstand enclosure cost £60. For more information and tickets: epsomderby.co.uk.
Notes to editors:
Terms and conditions apply regarding the redemption of the first prize: subject to mutual availability and agreement of date; valid UK driving license required. All licenses of all named drivers will be checked; named drivers must be aged 25-70 for insurance purposes; paperwork must be completed to process loan agreement.
Epsom Downs Racecourse has been a venue for the sport of horse racing since the 17th Century, with the first running of the Oaks taking place in 1779 and the Derby a year later. Since that time the Investec Derby has developed into the World’s Greatest Flat Race and is now part of the unique and vibrant Investec Derby Festival.
2015 saw 11 race days including the Investec Derby Festival, Live At the Races with Madness and the Bank Holiday London Gatwick Family Fun Day. More information is available at www.epsomdowns.co.uk.
Epsom Downs Racecourse is part of The Jockey Club, which has been at the heart of British racing for more than 260 years. Today the largest commercial group in the sport, The Jockey Club runs the leading racecourse group in the UK by turnover (2015: £174.2m), attendances (2015: 1.95m), total prize money (2015: £43.9m), contribution to prize money (2015: £19.9m) and quality racing (Group and Graded races); more than 3,000 acres of world-class training grounds in Newmarket, Lambourn and Epsom Downs; The National Stud breeding enterprise and education provider; and the charity for racing’s people in need, Racing Welfare. Governed by Royal Charter, every penny The Jockey Club makes it puts back into British racing. More information is available at www.thejockeyclub.co.uk.
Investec is an international specialist bank and asset manager that provides a diverse range of financial products and services to a niche client base in three principal markets; the UK and Europe, South Africa and Asia/Australia, as well as certain other countries. The group was established in 1974 and currently has approximately 8 500 employees.
Investec focuses on delivering distinctive profitable solutions for its clients in three core areas of activity namely; Asset Management, Wealth & Investment and Specialist Banking. In July 2002 the Investec group implemented a dual listed company structure with listings on the London and Johannesburg Stock Exchanges. The combined group’s current market capitalisation is approximately GBP4.0billion.