Not-for-profit health cash plan provider announced as sponsor for Tuesday 16 August 2022 fixture
Hamilton Park is thrilled to reveal that leading non-for-profit healthcare organisation, Paycare, who provide cashback on everyday healthcare costs, as well as wider mental, financial and physical support, have signed up as title sponsors for the newly named Paycare Scottish Trophy Raceday.
This exciting August afternoon racecard features the Scottish Trophy Handicap Stakes for the Lord Hamilton of Dalzell Memorial Challenge Cup. Always a great race to watch, the stunning Challenge Cup was won last year by Platinumcard for a trio of Hamilton Park 2021 Champions: trainer Keith Dalgleish, Owners Straightline Bloodstock and Apprentice Jockey Billy Garritty.
Paycare are firm believers that prevention is far better than cure, which is why they have made it their mission to help individuals – young, old and everyone in-between – to care for their bodies and minds, to help ensure the best possible health; physically, mentally and financially.
Kevin Rogers, CEO of Paycare, said: “Paycare are absolutely delighted to be title sponsors at Hamilton Park. Paycare’s mission is to improve the lives of people in our communities and it makes perfect sense for us to partner with such a loved Scottish venue like Hamilton Park.”
Ann Doyle, Sales Manager at Hamilton Park added: “We are absolutely overjoyed to have Paycare join us as new sponsors of Scottish Trophy Raceday. They share our ambitions and values, and we’re excited to see what the future holds for this partnership.”
Gates open at 11.30am with racing action getting underway at 1.15pm. Tickets are available from www.hamilton-park.co.uk, with early bird tickets on sale from only £16.50.