QIPCO British Champions Day Auction

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Racing Welfare is the Official Charity of QIPCO British Champions Day.

Throughout the day, Racing Welfare Ambassador Darren Bird – aka Birdie – is creating a cartoon exhibit in the centre of the Ascot grandstand, with the resulting six canvas artworks of the QIPCO British Champions Day winners to be auctioned here, in aid of the charity. Close.
£ 261
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Race 2: Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes
£ 100
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Race 6: Balmoral Handicap
£ 380
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Race 1: Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup
£ 720
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Race 5: Qipco Champion Stakes
£ 750
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Race 4: Queen Elizabeth II Stakes
£ 310
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Race 3: Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares
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