A SCOTS crane firm is ready to rejoice its 75th yr in enterprise by sponsoring Musselburgh Racecourse’s upcoming race meet.
Long run racecourse supporter Bernard Hunter was based in 1946 and presently employs round 60 employees in Leith, Danderhall and at its Gilmerton headquarters.
One of many agency’s new 60-ton cranes can be on show on the East Lothian monitor this Friday on the common Friday Evening on the Races.
The enterprise, led by chairman Jim Rafferty and managing director Mark Rafferty, will look to welcome company on the Friday to rejoice the landmark birthday.
Mark Rafferty mentioned: “Now we have been company sponsors at Musselburgh since 2007 the place now we have sponsored sure races and its at all times an incredible time out.
“We have been delighted to sponsor the favored Friday Evening on the Races to mark this big day.”
The aggressive six race assembly contains the Bernard Hunter Cell Crane’s nursery handicap 5 furlong sprint and the seven furlong Bernard Hunter 75th Anniversary Race, with gates open at 4.30pm and first race off at 6.10pm.
Musselburgh Racecourse advertising and marketing supervisor, Aisling Johnston, mentioned: “Bernard Hunter have been an incredible supporter of Musselburgh Racecourse and we’re delighted they’ve chosen to rejoice a particular birthday right here on Friday.
“With Radio Forth’s Boogie within the Morning and Funkwagen offering the leisure after racing, we’re certain it is going to be an evening to recollect.”
Racegoers with legitimate concession ID can make the most of a particular £15 gate admission ticket, and anybody reserving upfront can save £5 on the raceday £25 admission worth.
As with all Musselburgh race conferences, youngsters aged 17 and beneath are admitted free when accompanied by a paying grownup.