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Hayley Moore announced as new Racing Welfare Ambassador

Racing Welfare has great pleasure in announcing that Hayley Moore has joined our team of Ambassadors.  Hayley’s first assignment will be to hosting the Epsom Owners’ and Trainers’ Awards at Epsom Downs Racecourse this weekend on behalf of the charity.

At the Races presenter Hayley Moore has joined Racing Welfare’s team of Ambassadors, a role which will see her help to raise the profile of the charity in various ways.  She joins a roster that counts Paul Nicholls, Lee Mottershead, Becky Smith, Darren ‘Birdie’ Bird, Sam Twiston-Davies and her brother Ryan Moore amidst its ranks.

In her first official engagement as Ambassador, Hayley will be hosting the Epsom Owners’ and Trainers’ Awards at Epsom Downs Racecourse this Saturday 24th November.  The evening is a celebration of the achievements of Epsom-based trainers throughout the year and of the successes of those who own horses trained from the yards of Epsom.  Awards on the night include Leading Juvenile, Leading Sprinter and the Sir David Prosser Award for Epsom’s leading trainer in 2018. 

“I am incredibly excited to be involved in the Epsom Owners’ and Trainers’ Awards this year.  Epsom itself is a place that is very special to me as my Dad had the joy of training there in his early days.  I have enjoyed many a fantastic day at the racecourse, be that to watch my brothers riding, with Dad’s runners or riding there myself.”   Hayley Moore

In addition to hosting the awards on the night, Hayley will be helping to promote the Epsom awards event on social media, in addition to assisting with other fundraising initiatives going forwards.  Money raised on Saturday evening will go towards funding Racing Welfare’s Epsom-based projects, which include retiree coffee mornings and the provision of housing units within the town.

Hayley said “I am really delighted to have been asked to be one of Racing Welfare’s Ambassadors.  I’ve grown up in racing and have a lot of friends in the industry; I know how important the charity is those living and working in it.  It is there for people when they need it the most and so I hope to be of some help in their fundraising events and in representing what Racing Welfare stands for.”