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Betway extends All-Weather Championships deal

Betway is committing to a further three seasons as sponsors of the All-Weather Championships, penning the extension in its final year of a current three-year deal.

The online bookmaker will continue to sponsor the Middle Distance, Marathon and Sprint categories of the UK’s all-weather Flat season and maintain its access to extensive on-course branding.

Betway’s sponsorship includes major races on Good Friday’s £1 million Finals Day, including the £200,000 Betway Easter Classic, as well as four ‘Listed’ contests across the all-weather season and the Group 3 Betway Winter Derby.

“After a highly successful three seasons sponsoring the All-Weather Championships, we’re really happy to be extending our involvement for another three,” Betway’s Alan Alger told Bettingpro.com.

“The All-Weather Championships provides great racing from October to April, not least this Friday’s Finals Day where there is £1 million in prize money on offer, and we’re proud to be a part of it.”

“Betway have been fantastic supporters of the All-Weather Championships and we’re delighted to extend the relationship over the coming seasons,” ARC’s group director of partnerships, David Leyden Dunbar, added.

“We’ve enjoyed working with the Betway team to develop the Championships over the last three years and we’re looking forward to building on this success over the coming years.”


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