The Property Race Day 2016

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About The Property Race Day

The Property Race Day is now celebrating its eleventh year, having raised approximately £1.75 million for children's charities. Beneficiaries to date include; SOS Children's Villages, Hope & Homes, LandAid, Starlight, Daktari Bush School, Plan UK, Project Hope UK, The Children's Trust, WellChild and Sebastian's Action Trust. The day has quickly established itself as a key date in the property calendar. This year's event will take place on Friday 14th July, 2017, where our principal aim is to continue raising funds.

The event will take place at the world-famous Ascot Racecourse in the main Pavilion. This offers the perfect opportunity for networking within the sector, whilst, the free Property Race Day Train will take guests direct from Waterloo to Ascot.

2017 sees the return of the much anticipated charity race, where amateur riders from the property industry have the unique oppurtunity to ride a race around Ascot Racecourse. Please see the charity section below on how to apply.

The day will include a champagne reception, seven races, a live and silent auction and a post racing live band.

David Erwin

The Property Race Day which is now in its eleventh year has firmly established itself as the property industry's day at the races, PRD has raised approximately £1.75 million to date for our chosen charities including LandAid.

Last year we seated over 850 guests for lunch and plan to do the same this year - demand for tables is high so register early when table application forms go out at the end of January.

There are still some sponsorship oppurtunities avaliable where your business can benefit from the exposure The Property Race Day and Ascot Racecourse provide. Buisness support remains invaluable to the fundraising efforts of the day.

David Erwin

  • President- Mike Slade
  • Chairman- David Erwin
  • Claire Armstrong
  • James Aumonier
  • James Craig
  • Suzie Cruess-Callaghan
  • Malcolm Davidson
  • Chris Dickin
  • Philip Glynn
  • John Hall
  • Johnny de Lisle
  • Andrew Macland
  • Christian Major
  • Ed Moss
  • Graham Triefus