On July 26 the Racing Industry will gather for a lunch in support of our good friend Brad O’Hare.

Brad has recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and in an attempt to give himself a chance of beating this very aggressive form of cancer, he will be heading to Germany to receive the best treatment available.

To ensure his only concerns are his health and the welfare of his family, the Racing Industry will join to support one of it’s own and raise a few dollars during this trying time.On July 26 the Racing Industry will gather for a lunch in support of our good friend Brad O’Hare.

Book a table of ten today for $2,200 (10 x $220)

 

Event Details:

Date:

Friday, 26 July

Location:

Royal Randwick Racecourse

Venue:

Doncaster Room – Level 1, Officials Grandstand

Time:

12:00pm for 12:30pm start

Inclusions:

Allocated seat in function, food & beverage package

 

Donations Welcome to:

Account Name: Brad Fundraiser

BSB: 012-201

Acc: 422132185

Bank: ANZ

 

 

 

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