• 26 May 2017

Two of horseracing biggest stars attend the Chanelle Vet UK Sponsored Liphook Equine Hospital Client Evening

Chanelle Vet UK was proud to sponsor world renowned veterinary practice Liphook Equine Hospital’s client evening.


The evening proved to be a huge attraction, selling out within hours of the tickets going on sale. Over 250 people descended on the grounds of University of Surrey Vet School for a chance to hear about the trials and tribulations of horse racing’s biggest star Sir A.P McCoy OBE who was being interviewed by Facebook phenomenon Mattie Batchelor aka Wocket Woy.

The evening kicked off to an energetic start with Senior Partner & Road Vet for Liphook Equine Hospital Stuart Duncan discussing “A day in the life of a Racecourse Vet at Goodwood”.

Following Stuart’s insightful presentation Mattie Batchelor aka Wocket Woy took to the stage for an interview with the world’s greatest jump jockey of all time Sir A.P McCoy about his incredible life and career.

Sir A.P McCoy rode a stunning 4,358 winners in his career and was Champion Jockey for 20 consecutive years, winning races from the age of 17 until the day he retired. From the Gold Cup to the Grand National, AP McCoy has prevailed in almost all of the biggest national hunt races on the planet and it was an absolute delight to have him attend.

The interview gave a fantastic insight into the life of the most famous jump jockey of all time.

Sir A.P McCoy, expressed how pleased he was to attend the evening "I am delighted to come along to the Chanelle Vet UK sponsored Liphook Equine Hospital Client Evening. Vets play a huge part in racing keeping both horses and jockeys safe. Stuart gave a great insight into this in his presentation on a day in the life of a Racecourse Vet at Goodwood”.

Giles Summerhays Partner (retired) at Liphook Equine Hospital spoke saying “I want to thank you for your part in organising such a superb evening. The rapport between Mattie and AP was brilliant, and at times I thought their faultless timing must have been scripted. Please pass on my thanks to all involved”


To view photos of the evening please visit www.chanellegroup.co.uk