Are You A Bit Of A Royal Writer?

Your entry must reach us by Saturday 18 January 2020

There is a juxtaposition between Glorious Goodwood and the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate. They’re both recherché jubilees in terms of the magnificence of horses and resplendence of racegoers in attendance.

Queen's Plate

Sporting Post reader and lifelong racing fan Chris Swart won the 2018 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate Racing Festival Writers Award and undertook a once-in-a-lifetime dream trip for two to Glorious Goodwood in August 2018.

He reported on his trip – read more here

The competition, with the sensational prize of a trip for two to Glorious Goodwood, is once again being held this year and all members of the public are invited to submit a non-fiction original piece of between 1000 to 5000 words about the festival, which will be held at Kenilworth on 10 and 11 January.

Entries need to be submitted to [email protected] by no later than Saturday 18 January 2020.

See all the event details here

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