Horses For Causes

Kenilworth on Saturday

Put on your finest kaleidoscopic fashion and enjoy a day of glamour, fashion, food,  music, racing and, most importantly, raising funds for ten local NGO’s at the fourth annual Horses For Causes race day and charity fundraiser which will be hosted at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday.

Horses For Causes hosts ten high profile community upliftment NGO’s, which includes the Cart Horse Protection Association, the South African Jockey Academy and the Western Cape Grooms Trust

Book a table of 10 in one of the exclusive VIP lounges in the Kenilworth Grandstand on race day.  VIP ticket holders will be treated to a magnificent buffet, professional MCs and riveting entertainment, an auction of stallion services, sporting memorabilia and luxury living experiences.

VIP Corporate Hospitality Tables which seat 10 may still be available at a cost of R8500 in the Peninsula Room, or R7000 in the Kenilworth Room.

For information please contact www.horsesforcauses.org.za

Tel:  (+27) 021 424 5843 / Cell: (+27) 083 604 1577 / [email protected]

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