They are preparing for a Christmas invasion at Wetherby Racecourse. Chief executive Jonjo Sanderson tells STEVE CARROLL about their most popular two-day meeting of the year.
Some Christmas traditions should be consigned to the dustbin. Brussels sprouts, 'X'-Factor number ones, Boxing Day sofa sales, Noel Edmonds - all have their place in ruining the otherwise joyful yuletide experience.
But some traditions should also be cherished - and Wetherby Racecourse's two-day Christmas meeting is the perfect example.
When it comes to the horses, you can't beat the Charlie Hall Chase, staged in October. But when it comes to putting feet in the stands, the two meetings after the Saviour's day are the track's real time to shine.
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