Hayley Turner OBE joins MansionBet’s horse racing team

MasionBet has announced Triple Group One winning jockey, Hayley Turner OBE, will be the brand’s newest racing ambassador.

Turner has over 1,500 flat race wins and is considered one of the most successful UK female jockeys of all time.

Hayley Turner OBE stated: “I’m thrilled to be sponsored by MansionBet for the upcoming season and hopefully, I will be riding plenty of exciting horses!

“I’ll have an exclusive weekly column ahead of my weekend runners, as well as regularly appearing in digital content across the MansionBet social media channels throughout the year.”

As part of the agreement, Turner will produce content across the company’s website and social channels, as well as becoming a regular feature on MansionBet’s new blogs.

Dana Bocker, Head of Integrated Marketing at Mansion added: “We’re excited to be working with such a prominent name in horse racing. Hayley has a passion for racing and sport in general, and is a hugely influential voice on both TV and social media. She will be a great asset for the MansionBet brand.”

Hayley will be riding out in her MansionBet branded breeches as part of her ambassadorial duties, which bagan yesterday in the races at Wolverhampton.

The sportbook’s announcement further embodies the brand with horse racing after extending its sponsorship with horse racing Ireland last month providing MansionBet with over 60 events throughout the UK and Ireland

Outside of horse racing Mansion Group has also recently extended the company’s reach with its new sponsorship with Millwall, making the online sportsbook an official partner.

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