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Berkshire College of Agriculture students on track at Royal Windsor Racecourse

PUBLISHED: 16:21 16 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:21 16 October 2014

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Over 200 students from Berkshire College of Agriculture attended the track’s first Autumn Afternoon fixture to experience how a racecourse operates on a race day.

The students, whose studies span across equestrian, media, art & design; business and horticulture, were provided with the opportunity to meet each department head of the racecourse who gave detailed overviews of their job role leading into and on a race day. Furthermore, the students have been invited to assist the Royal Windsor Racecourse team with organising and managing a fixture in 2015.

Stuart Dorn Executive Director of Royal Windsor Racecourse said: “This is an exciting opportunity for us. We are delighted to be partnering with the College and providing their students the opportunity to gain experience working within horseracing.”

For more information visit windsor-racecourse.co.uk or bca.ac.uk

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