CECF AND INGLIS CONTINUE ONGOING PARTNERSHIP INTO 2015
 
 

CECF AND INGLIS CONTINUE ONGOING PARTNERSHIP INTO 2015

 

Leading international auction house, Inglis, has extended its sponsorship of the China Equine Cultural Festival ensuring an uninterrupted partnership with the event since its inception in 2013. The support of the leading Australian company is a rewarding outcome for the festival and testament to its growing international appeal.

Inglis has been among the most proactive international participants in China in recent years with their proactive approach into the region one of several initiatives under the auspices of Managing Director Mark Webster. An ongoing involvement in the CECF and the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Wuhan Jockey Club are foundation blocks of this growing presence.

“The support of Inglis throughout the history of the China Equine Cultural Event has been unwavering and so important to the growth of the event, to its ongoing success and to the growing interest of thoroughbred racing in China,” said Eden Harrington, Vice President and Head (Partnerships/Membership).

“The relationship the China Horse Club has with Inglis is one that we see as mutually rewarding and I know that feeling is reciprocated. Our members have enjoyed wonderful moments both in Australia and in Singapore with Inglis graduates in short history and we are confident that will continue again into 2016.”

In 2015 Inglis will sponsor the RMB100,000 Inglis Sprint Trophy (1100m) heightening their involvement from being the official sponsor of the 2014 and 2013 CECF Best Turned Our Awards. Inglis was also a sponsor at the first international CECF, the CECF Singapore in February of this year.

“Inglis is delighted to continue our association with China Horse Club and the CECF,” said Mark Webster, Managing Director of Inglis.

“As an inaugural partner we have been highly impressed with the significant growth the China Horse Club has made and congratulate Teo Ah Khing and his team.”