We would like to thank everyone for their entries for our special night.  Other than 2 places in the trot we have reserves for every race and therefore we have closed the ernties. In order that we send as few horses back as possible we would ask you to give final declarations as soon as possible or by noon on Tuesday 10th July, the race fee will be due when you declare (unless you are a reserve)

There will be 10 races on 21st plus a kids race being organised by Vikki Elvin.The races include:

Three heats of the Crock of Gold, entries are now closed, final declaration by Monday 16th July (when the final £50 fee will be due, physical payment can be made on the night) the draw for the three heats will take place on the afternoon of the 21st. The first two in each heat plus the two fastest losers will qualify for the 8 horse final, draw for the final positions. There will be £800 prize money for each of the heats and £5000 for the final, all races will be free for all’s over 1 mile.

There will be the NWSA Three Year Old Championships, there will be separate races for fillies and colts, entries are now closed.

There will be a heat of the STAGBI Broodmares series (Please see conditions on BHRC website).

There will be a one mile free for all trot in memory of Len Dilloway, prize money totalling £2250 with £1500 for 1st £500 for 2nd £150 for 3rd and £100 for 4th

There will be a maiden/novice race  and the other race will be a £500 1st prize for a low grade handicap, entries for both on a first come basis.

Declarations by email to d.senior@tirprince.co.uk or eric.witherspoon@btinternet.com or by phone to Eric on 07919818925 or Gordon on 01492532320, anybody wishing to volunteer or steward please contact Gordon.

David commented “The Crock of Gold will rival the William Hill series as the finest free for all series of races ever run in the UK, we have thirty of the best British horses entered and with £7400 of prize money I expect it to be the free for all highlight of the year. The only downside of the card is that I could not fit in a mid- grade pace for colts (the mares can enter the Brood Mares race) but with the TV’showing every race live I had to make a difficult choice. There is a late bar and a fabulous entertainer and disco. Why not come early and see the largest Market and Car Boot in North Wales, this will also be open on the Sunday. The fairground will be open for the children. I hope to see you there on what I hope will be the best single night’s meeting of the year.”