Racecourse Garage of Chepstow heralded its new association with Mitsubishi Motors in spectacular style, when it sponsored one of the six races on the card at the Bank Holiday Monday meeting at Chepstow Racecourse.
The Racecourse Mitsubishi Nursery Stakes (Handicap) was won by Piccatune, ridden by Pat Eddery, the famous jockey taking victory by a neck.
As well as sponsoring the 3.30 race, Racecourse Mitsubishi also provided a display Mitsubishi’s range of; cars, MPV’s, pick-ups and its acclaimed 4x4 Shogun models.
"It was a superb way of launching our new appointment as Mitsubishi dealers", said Neil Putterill, Director of Racecourse Mitsubishi. "We were pleased with the level of exposure we were able to achieve and amount of attention attracted by our cars on display."
Racecourse Mitsubishi are located just outside the gates of Chepstow Racecourse and provide Mitsubishi sales and service covering an area stretching as far north as Brecon, encompassing the towns of Ebbw Vale, Pontypool, Cwmbran, Caerphilly and Abergavenny, extending to the Forest of Dean and the borders of Newport and Cardiff.
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