Be a Fast10 "Owner"

With Fast10 Horse Racing returning to Addington Raceway on 18th December, it's time to hear more about this exciting new concept to horse racing.

Those behind Fast10 Horse Racing have owned a few horses over years and been lucky enough to experience the excitement of winning a race.  

“It really is an experience like no other” said Tony Russell.   “Anyone attending the event has a chance to win an opportunity to "own a horse" in the last race of the day.

Last year we had 10 very excited new fans win the opportunity to “own a horse and join us to experience the thrill of watching their drawn horse, race as part of the pre-race hospitality. 

The winner had their photo taken with the winning horse, celebrated in the Owners special area and was presented with a voucher to Kaiser Brew Garden and coasters supplied by AJ from Race Images”. 

For those wanting to get involved there  will be an entry form in the Fast10 Betting packages (pre-purchased before the first race) and lucky draws for Fast10 ticket holders.

The winners are allocated a horse in race 10, and then whoever's horse wins, is the winner.

Everything about Fast10 Horse Racing is fast, fun and exciting and is designed for those who love horse racing and to get new fans involved.  The whole event is meticulously planned and a scrumptious grazing lunch is supplied so people can continue to punt, party and participate. 

Get together with friends, family and colleagues for a fabulous day out to celebrate the end of the year a week before Xmas. Pure Racing, Pure Excitement, Pure Fun.

Don’t miss out. Book now at 


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