Over £10,000 has been raised so far for the charity from the racing partnership initiative and hopefully there will be more to come! One of the the two charity racehourses, Allez Encore unfortunately suffered a slight injury back in December which meant that she wouldn’t be able to run for the rest of this season. Consequently she was sold (at a specifically designed horse sale for potential broodmares) for £12,000. She has been purchased by a small trainer/breeder based in Yorkshire and has gone to a good home. 20% of this is donated to the KPA so a further £2400 will be heading to the charity after the Partnership comes to an end in May. The second horse, King Simba is currently on a break and will return to racing when the rain disappears. He has two entries in the early part of next month. Magic Money is Allez Encore’s replacement. She has already raced for the charity finishing fourth at Ludlow earlier this month. Like King Simba she has entries in the early part of March. The attached photo is from the Partnership Day which was held a couple of weeks ago and features KPA Chair, Sonia Moorhouse and committee member George Brown – a good day was had by all!