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Hayley Turner announced as Matchbook brand ambassador

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Matchbook is delighted to confirm the appointment of former leading jockey, Hayley Turner as a brand ambassador. Turner, who enjoyed 15 years in the saddle, will use her wealth of racing experience and knowledge to bring Matchbook customers exclusive tips and insight throughout the 2017 flat season.

Hayley Turner announced as Matchbook brand ambassadorMatchbook, who has once again partnered with Goodwood to be the official betting partner of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, has further expanded their horse racing sponsorship in 2017 to include fixtures at Goodwood, Kempton Park and Sandown Park. Sandown Park’s Matchbook Brigadier Gerard Evening on Thursday 25th May will feature the Group Three Matchbook Brigadier Gerard Stakes.

Turner, who still rides out for James Fanshawe in Newmarket, is looking forward to joining Team Matchbook and commenting on the announcement, said:

“I’ll be pouring through the form book every day to help find you some winners. I will have a weekly blog whilst also appearing on the Matchbook Betting Podcast.”

Mark Brosnan, CEO of Matchbook, said:

“This is a very exciting time for Matchbook. As we continue to increase our sponsorship in Horse Racing it is the perfect time to welcome Hayley as a Matchbook ambassador.  Hayley’s extremely well-respected in the industry and her knowledge will help our customers to make smarter, more informed bets.”

About Matchbook:

Matchbook is a peer-to-peer betting exchange designed for smart bettors who want more value. Offering high-limit markets and low commissions, Matchbook returns maximum value to bettors, providing a competitive advantage over betting with a bookmaker.

On Matchbook, bettors find better odds more often across all major markets including football, NFL, NBA, MLB, and Horse Racing. In 2016 Matchbook became an Authorised Betting Partner in support of British Horse Racing.

Matchbook is licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission.

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