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The Raffle with
The Clover Club

“Since 2004 I have looked to raise funding for racing’s charities, and supported many other projects run by ourselves and our members. In 2014 we raised £25k to have a Sensory Garden built at The Clatterbridge Rehabilitation Centre, and in 2016 we ran a raffle for our own membership, which saw Peter Lynn become a member of the Harry Fry Racing Club, owning a share in three horses, one of which won the Albert Bartlett at the Cheltenham Festival.

“Last year we invited people to donate to any charity of their choice and raised over £3k in two weeks, with the likes of Help For Heroes amongst many other, benefitting from the generosity of those supporting that initiative

Supporting Horse Racing Charities

Each of the leaves on a four leaf clover represents one of Hope, Faith, Love and Luck.

Below you have links to the four charities we have supported for the past 16 years. Whichever one you select will take you to the website of one of those charities, all as deserving as the other so please, visit each as often as you can and help them to keep doing the work they do.

A few words from Harry Fry

I had the pleasure of doing the draw for the raffle that saw the Sensory Garden built at Clatterbridge Hospital a few years ago and Ron has had plenty of luck with the shares in our horses he has purchased, including the time he got involved in my own racing club, offered his share up as a prize to his membership. Post Racing member Peter Lynn became part owner of our Cheltenham Festival winner, Unowhatimeanharry, plus two other winners in Blue Buttons and Voix D’Eau

Hopefully Walk On High can achieve similar success for whoever is lucky enough to win that share in the October draw, and that we see a lot of money raised for racing’s charities in the process.

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