Record Sales For Musselburgh Racecourse’s Most Popular Event
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
on behalf of Musselburgh Racecourse
The Early Bird offer of £35 admission to the event, which last year attracted a sell-out record 10,300 attendance, proved a huge hit, boosting sales by almost 36% and selling 1,500 more tickets compared to the same time last year.
Now widely recognised as Scotland’s biggest fashion extravaganza, Stobo Castle Ladies Day also features Musselburgh’s richest horse race of the season, the £100,000 William Hill Scottish Sprint Cup.
The 11 June raceday usually sells out weeks in advance and with tickets already going quicker than in previous years, Musselburgh Racecourse marketing manager, Aisling Johnston, is urging racegoers to get in quick and avoid disappointment later on.
She said: “Every year we are inundated with calls and messages from people who desperately want to come to Ladies Day but for a variety of reasons have left it too late and we have sold out to our maximum capacity.
“For anyone thinking of coming to Scotland’s premier racing and fashion day, plan ahead now and make sure you have purchased your ticket in advance. It is a fantastic experience and we pull out all the stops to have the racecourse looking its absolute best to match the effort put in by thousands of fantastic looking racing fans who enjoy this day.”
In addition to general admission tickets, a variety of picnic, marquee and hospitality packages are on offer to suit all budgets.
For more information and to book now to secure a ticket costing £40 visit: www.musselburgh-racecourse.co.uk
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