We’ve penned quite a bit of stuff for the website on Chengdu and its potential to become one of the major thoroughbred centres when racing eventually takes off in China: but now you’ll have an opportunity to see for yourself the promise that it holds.
According to Eliza Park’s Asian Representative, Lyle Plumb, Chengdu will host an international Equine Trade Show to promote horse related businesses in China this June.
“With the anticipated November 2010 opening of the Wenjiang Racecourse, it’s a perfect time for companies to create a profile and introduce their brand name to Chinese horse enthusiasts,” Lyle points out. “It (the Trade Show) will be held in conjunction with the 2nd International Horse Forum and there will also be the official ceremony to celebrate the arrival of the first shipment of Australian racehorses to Chengdu. The dates are not confirmed yet, but it is expected to be in the last week of June.
“I believe this is an opportunity for you to promote your company and invite expressions of interest in attending the events, and joining the trade show as an exhibitor. To be able to go into a new market in the early stages is definitely a great way to promote your brand name and at the same time see the rapid progress being made in China in the horse racing and associated horse industry.
“My role as Technical Director allows me to give you full support should you wish to participate and I am sure that you will find this to be an opportunity to join Chinese horse racing at the ground level.”
Lyle can be contacted on +861 5228859644 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
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