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Hennessy Ends Sponsorship Of Newbury Race; Ladbrokes Expected To Step In

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 07 / 16

Hennessy has confirmed that "it will no longer sponsor the Newbury race which bears its name and which has become such a familiar landmark in each jumps season," according to Chris Cook of the London GUARDIAN. The 60th Hennessy Gold Cup, won by Native River on Nov. 26, will be the last, as was "wide...

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