BetVictor, a leading online gambling company, has today announced a trio of horse racing ambassador appointments, bringing in Nicola Currie, Rachael Blackmore and Jamie Snowden.
The operator signed flat jockey Currie, National Hunt jockey Blackmore and trainer Snowden, welcoming the trio to its stable of ambassadors as it looks to become the first choice for punters around major UK and Irish horse racing events.
“We are delighted to welcome three very exciting names from the world of horse racing to BetVictor – a move that demonstrates our commitment to increasing our footprint and building on our horse racing heritage to establish BetVictor as a major player in the sport.” “Nicola’s talent is undeniable. She’s gone from questioning her career in the sport to becoming a leading female jockey on the flat winning the All Weather Champion Apprentice title last winter.” “In Rachael we have access to one of the best riders in the sport, whose records speak for themselves – particularly her runner up finish in the Irish National Hunt Championship last season with 90 wins and her historic Grade One win at this year’s Cheltenham Festival. By adding a Cheltenham Festival-winning trainer in Jamie to the mix, we’ll have a wealth of horse racing knowledge to tap into, enabling us to create some truly original and compelling content for our audience.”Matt Parkes, BetVictor’s Director of Brand and Creative
I am really excited to be partnering with BetVictor, who has proved to be a true horse racing supporter over the years. I am very much looking forward to working with them in preparation throughout the National Hunt seasonRachael Blackmore, National Hunt Jockey and BetVictor Ambassador
“It’s a real honour to be one of BetVictor’s new horse racing ambassadors. It’s an exciting time to be a jockey and I’ll be bringing this enthusiasm to my work with BetVictor.”Nicola Currie, Flat Jockey and BetVictor Ambassador
“Just like Nicola, I’m raring to get going with BetVictor. There’s a huge amount of work and preparation that goes on in the background ahead of races, and it’s really exciting to be working with a company that truly supports and sees the beauty in the sport”Jamie Snowden, National Hunt Trainer and BetVictor Ambassador