The AJA is delighted to be working closely with Portman Healthcare who are offering a range of discounted dental treatments and services to all AJA members. Offers available to AJA members only include:
- Individual discounts on all dental treatments
- Access to top specialists
- COST PRICE mouth guard
- Free consultation for implants/prosthetic treatment if required following a racing accident
In addition the Portman Care Plan is available to anyone within the racing industry at a cost of £15 per month which provides:
- 2 annual check ups
- 2 annual hygiene appointments
- Oral cancer screening
- Worldwide dental accident insurance
For further information, please visit www.portmanhealthcare.co.uk and to book an appointment, please contact Tammy Stillwell on 07584306670 or by email.
Locations of available practices include:
- Aston Clinton
- Faringdon (Oxon)
Kempton Park’s Irish Night on 11th July will start with the inaugural Ireland Fund of Great Britain charity race. Hamilton & Inches, the prestigious jewellers with showrooms in Beauchamp Place and Edinburgh, are sponsoring the race and will present the first 3 placed riders with a superb piece from their signature range. The race is limited to 12 places and is over one mile with a flag start. Each rider is asked to raise £1700 for the Ireland Fund of Great Britain. Please contact Sheila Bailey, Executive Director, on 07712 864747 or for further details email firstname.lastname@example.org
Absolutely atrocious weather conditions could not dampen the spirits of racegoers at Ffos Las last night when the AJA sponsored a race for Isabel Tompsett to celebrate her remarkable and on-going recovery from her bad fall a year ago.
Lady Amateur NH Champion 2009/10 Isabel was there herself together with family and friends including a party of nurses from nearby Neath Port Talbot Hospital who worked with Issy last year.
With changing ground conditions under a deluge of heavy rain only 6 went to post from 9 declared but nevertheless a thrilling finish ensued, with Michael Nolan getting up by a short head on KILMORE WEST for John Flint from Craig Dowson on Richard Lee’s RIFLEMAN in ground which resembled a paddy field in places.