RNLI Festival - Donkey Derby

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One of the highlights of the RNLI Festival at Overwater Marina on September 9th and 10th will be the Donkey Derby on Sunday (10th).

Donkey Derby

Starting at 1.15pm

  • Race 1 "The BoatShare Bonanza
  • Race 2 The Marshall Plant Hire Classic
  • Race 3 Baker, Wynne and Wilson Gallop
  • Race 4 The Elm Tree Trot
  • Race 5 The Hibberts Hurdles
  • Race 6 The Leyfos Gold Cup
  • Race 7 The Roberts' Grand National
  • Race 8 The Watts Chariot Chase
  • Race 9 The Crand Chariot Finale

Races 5-9 are chariot races.

There will be donkey rides for children during the afternoon.

Bet on the Tote

Full list of runners and riders as well as race guidance rules are in the free Festival programme.

Run by Stonehill Donkeys

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