Jackson Rowe – A night at the races!

29 May 2020

The much anticipated event of the summer, the Jackson Rowe Race Night was well attended by staff on the evening of Thursday 21st May.

The going was good to hard and despite a few late runners we were out of the stalls and placing our bets by 5.30pm. Much uninformed talk of ‘spread betting’ and ‘current form’ led to some significant winners and losers. The significant winner of the evening, the National Health Service, who benefited from 10% of all placed bets.

Jackson Rowe’s Delay Analyst, Nigel Clifford, provided some class and refinement to the evening by donning his Ascot attire whilst Compere and Race Organiser, James Taylor, is to be applauded for managing a rowdy crowd of punters.

The overall victor taking home the lions share of the winnings was Kyle Bell and runner up was Nick Young.

We’d like to thank everyone who took part and if any of our clients or business contacts would like to join us for our next social event please speak to Gemma Good or contact us.

 

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