Business people make flutter on Cheltenham for charity

Irish Autism Action stands to benefit from its pick of runners

13th March, 2016
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With over €500 million set to be wagered over four days of racing at the Cheltenham Festival, now is the time to be thinking of this week’s likely winners.

The Sunday Business Post has asked some top business leaders to take a punt for charity at the festival.

All winnings will go to Irish Autism Action. Irish-owned bookmaking chain Boylesports has kindly agreed to sponsor each €100 bet as well as giving its...

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