One lucky lady to be crowned Lady of The Curragh for life at the Juddmonte Irish Oaks weekend
Ireland’s most eligible bachelor Marty Morrissey will have the honour of bestowing a just one of a kind title to 1 lucky girl in what is the most exceptional prize ever for a racing style competitiveness in Eire.
The prize will be bestowed by Irish sporting activities commentator Marty, who will be joined by presenter Sinead Kennedy in picking the Barberstown Castle most trendy lady at the Curragh Racecourse on Juddmonte Irish Oaks Day on July 16th.
Barberstown Castle Resort, just one of the oldest inhabited castles in Eire has come onboard with Ireland’s leading flat racecourse as sponsor of the novel Woman of the Curragh Contest, which will debut at the Juddmonte Irish Oaks Pageant and features the Girl Title for Everyday living, helicopter experience, a luxury continue to be and gifts.
“This is a Maiden Operate for the Barberstown Castle Lady of The Curragh Contest, so we are thrilled to host and be associated with this auspicious function,” mentioned Barberstown Castle’s Amanda Torrens. “It will be a flamboyant and magnificent social situation. Barberstown Castle has been at the coronary heart of the horse racing and horse sale industries in Kildare Ireland because 1288. During their enduring background, there has been a steadfast interconnection among Barberstown Castle and all equestrian pursuits in the province.”
The prizes for this fantastic contest include four tickets to The Goffs Tens of millions at The Curragh Racecourse following September, bespoke millinery by Julie Kenny Layouts, styling by Headds Up Threads and a year’s membership to the racecourse. A luxurious continue to be at Barberstown Castle, helicopter experience, Tipperary Crystal hamper and magnum of Taittinger Champagne is bundled in amongst the entire prize deal.
Go racing for the prize of a lifetime at https://www.curragh.ie and at https://www.barberstowncastle.ie.
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