Magnolia Cup 2018 Silent Auction

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This year’s Magnolia Cup will see twelve inspirational ladies bursting through the stalls on Thursday 2nd August to race across Goodwood’s stunning racecourse in a flash of colourful, bespoke silks. None of the riders are professional jockeys, but leading women in business, sport, fashion, medicine and media, who are all racing this year to support Cancer Research UK. To date the Magnolia Cup has raised over £1.2m for charity – a contribution which will grow further in 2018.

The Auction will close on Friday 18th May at 23:59pm with the funds raised going to support Cancer Research UK.

Don't miss out on a chance to take home some of these sensational prizes whilst helping us get one step closer to beating cancer sooner!

Make sure you keep an eye out as more incredible prizes are still to come!
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Diabolo Ballpen de Cartier
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Laser Hand Treatment
£ 100
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Hair consultation with Celebrity Stylist
£ 250
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2 Show Tickets and a Nights Stay at Belvoir
£ 450
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Breeders Cup World Championships Tickets
£ 750
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3 Night Luxury Getaway Anywhere in the World
£ 400
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Stay at the Exclusive 5* Palé Hall
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Mahiki Beach House for 12
£ 1,400
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F1 'Money can't buy' Experience
£ 150
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Boxing Gloves Signed by David Haye
£ 300
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VIP Community Shield Tickets
£ 250
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MORV London Silk Shirt
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Day Rally & Clay Pigeon Shooting in the Cotswolds
£ 100
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Signed Jockey Whip
£ 600
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Luxury night for 15 at the iconic The Cuckoo Club
£ 50
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Football signed by Legend Rivaldo
£ 200
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4 VIP tickets a Global UK Festival
£ 250
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Two Tickets to the Pride of Sport Awards
£ 500
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Bespoke Emily London Hat
£ 600
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Bespoke Morv Designer Dress
£ 250
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Treat yourself to a Caviar hamper
£ 300
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Stunning Limited Edition by Uli Webber
£ 200
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17/18 Arsenal FC Signed Memorabilia
£ 400
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Four VIP Tickets to see Katy Perry
£ 150
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Professional Equestrian Photo shoot
£ 350
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Luxury Mirabeau Prize
£ 200
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Lunch at the House of Lords
£ 150
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Signed Barcelona FC Shirt
£ 125
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A Year's supply of Dog Treats
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Dinner and Show at Bunga Bunga
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Hair and Make-up Pamper Day
£ 500
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The Ultimate Goodwood Ladies Day Experience
£ 150
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Luxury Stay at South Place Hotel
£ 300
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Four VIP Tickets to Rewind Festival
£ 150
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Running Shoes Signed by Olympic Legend Mo Farrah
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Behind the scenes of the new BBC drama Gold Digger
£ 650
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Tickets to England v Australia Rugby Match
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