The Animal Health Trust (AHT) Charity Race Day at Newmarket is an annual event which showcases the crucial role AHT plays in preventing disease and injury in animals. Porsche Centre Cambridge was delighted to support the day by sponsoring a race and offering a half-day driving experience at the Porsche Experience Centre in Silverstone as one of the prizes available in the silent auction.
The Charity Race Day is a perfect summer’s day outing for family and friends. While guests and sponsors enjoyed hospitality in the AHT marquee, other racegoers were able to see vehicles from the current model range displayed in the Premier Enclosure. Members of the team from Porsche Centre Cambridge were on hand to demonstrate the latest features and answer any questions.
Stuart Lee, Centre Principal, was delighted to present the prizes for the Porsche Centre Cambridge Handicap Stakes and our congratulations go to the winner Culturati, owned by Goldolphin and ridden by William Buick.
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