We received some brilliant videos for leg four of our Best Turned Out series but it was Jess Burley and Judicial who won the public vote for the second time and walked away with the £250 prize. Sponsored by Betfair, the fourth leg of the initiative saw Racing Welfare award the BTO prize in today’s Betfrair Backs Racing Welfare Chipchase Stakes at Newcastle.
Jess, who works for Julie Camacho, won the first Racing Welfare Best Turned Out, run at Newmarket at the beginning of June. She has looked after Judicial, who is owned by the Elite Racing Club, for six years and it is clear to see in her video that they have a great bond. Jess had even more reason to celebrate as Judicial ran a fabulous race going on to win by length and a half! You can watch Jess’s winning clip below.
Racing Welfare’s Chief Executive, Dawn Goodfellow, said:
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