Race night this Thursday in Dublin

The Sligo Rovers Dublin Supporters Club host a race night this Thursday in Doheny and Nesbitts in Baggot Street in the capital at 8pm where all supporters are welcome to attend. 
 
There will be 10 races on the night with 8 horses in each race, and the final race being an auction race.  All horses have sold out in advance while the auction takes place on the night.
 
Seven races have been sponsored while two more are still available from €60. Your business name or chosen name for the race will be in the official programme on the night as well as advertised on the club website and Sligo Rovers Dublin Supporters Club Twitter account and also by acknowledged by the MC on the night. 
 
To sponsor a race, e-mail [email protected] or complete payment here. http://www.sligorovers.com/shop/product/dublin-race-night-sponsorship . You will be contacted for details via e-mail prior to the night. 
 
Events on the night:
 
A tote system will also be in operation on the night for each race.
 
There will prizes on offer via a raffle including Sligo Rovers merchandise, signed merchandise and more.  
 
Manager John Coleman will be present along with assistant Jimmy Bell. 
 
The DSC are aiming to make Thursday's event one of the biggest the supporters club has seen. All proceeds will benefit Sligo Rovers Football Club. 
 
All are welcome to Doheny's and Nesbitts on the night to meet our management team and enjoy a great night with Rovers fans and for the Bit o' Red. 
 
For further info e-mail [email protected]. More details will be posted on the event shortly. 

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