Hayley Turner renews MansionBet partnership for second year

Hayley Turner OBE at Nottingham Racecourse, 2018

Champion jockey Hayley Turner OBE has renewed her partnership with UK betting operator MansionBet for the second year in a row.

Turner is one of the most successful female jockeys of all time, winning Triple Group One races, including the July Cup and Nunthorpe Stakes, and secured 100 victories in one calendar year in 2008.

MansionBet’s collaboration with the jockey has seen the duo cooperate on a number of campaigns throughout 2020, including Cheltenham and Royal Ascot, where she earned her second record-breaking win in the Sandringham Stakes.

“I am absolutely delighted to once again be an ambassador for MansionBet for the upcoming season,” Turner OBE remarked.

“I had some great days last season wearing the MansionBet breeches, including at Royal Ascot on Onassis in June. Fingers crossed there will be plenty more days like that in 2021!”

Turner will continue to cooperate closely with the operator across the upcoming race season, as well as on MansionBet’s sponsored race days throughout 2021.

Dana Bocker, Head of Integrated Marketing at Mansion, commented: “We’re all delighted to have Hayley on board for another year. 

“Having such a big name within racing has contributed to the success of our campaigns over the past year. We look forward to collaborating on a number of exciting projects as well as watching Hayley win more trophies!”

The renewal of the partnership with Turner follows the addition of Champion Jump Jockey Brian Hughes to MansionBet’s sponsorship portfolio.

Hughes will work closely with Turner to produce engaging content across MansionBet’s campaigns, and will also become a regular feature on the sportsbook’s blog.

In addition to its partnerships with individual jockeys, MansionBet renewed its agreements with the Arena Racing Company (ARC) and Jockey Club Racecourse (JRC) last month, and as a result will act as title sponsor to a variety of high profile races throughout the year.

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