Sir Mark Prescott joins Hall Of Fame Panel
With more than 2,000 winners recorded since 1970, coach Sir Mark Prescott has joined the Jury for the QIPCO British Champion Hall of Fame following the death of James Delahooke, the organization said. in a statement on Wednesday.
“The Hall of Fame is a great initiative to promote the best in our sport and stimulate further interest in the National Museum of Equestrianism in Newmarket,” said Prescott. “I am surprised and honored to be invited to join the top judging panel at the Hall of Fame and to be tasked with making such important decisions.”
Referrals are decided by a panel of horse racing experts. This year’s class will be announced before the QIPCO Guineas Festival, while the ceremony will take place during that event in May. The National Equestrian Museum in Newmarket will also announce an updated Hall of Fame exhibit at that time.
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