Badminton Prize Draw for Spinal Research

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20 May 2022
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  • Private course walk and VIP lunch with Ginny Elliot at Badminton 2023

  • A morning on the gallops and breakfast with John Francome MBE

  • Megan Elphick signed photo, hoodie and horseshoe from Jam’s Grassroots round

  • Equi-Light torch headband

  • Aztec Diamond Gilet

  • 2 x M&S Beaulieu Hampers

  • Craft Gin Club annual subscription

  • Fairfax and Favor Handbag

See the prize list in full below:

  • Four pairs of tickets for a private course walk and VIP lunch with Ginny Elliot at Badminton 2023
  • Two pairs of tickets to a morning on the gallops and breakfast with champion jockey and author John Francome MBE
  • Megan Elphick signed photo, hoodie and horseshoe from Jam’s Grassroots round
  • Equi-Light torch headband
  • Aztec Diamond Gilet*
  • 2 x M&S Beaulieu Hampers
  • Craft Gin Club annual subscription
  • Fairfax and Favor Handbag

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About the Draw

Olympian Ginny Elliot MBE and equine influencer Megan Elphick of Elphick Event Ponies are excited to launch this special online prize draw to raise money for research into spinal cord injury.

Our amazing grand prize is a money-can’t-buy private course walk and VIP lunch with legendary eventer Ginny Elliot at Badminton 2023! Four lucky winners will each get a pair of tickets for them and a friend to attend for a fabulous day out. The walk and lunch will take place on Thursday 4th May 2023 so you can get up close and personal with the cross country fences and take in some dressage as well as some great shopping.

You can also win a chance for you and a friend to spend a morning with seven times Champion Jockey and author John Francome MBE, on top racehorse trainer Charlie Cox’s gallops followed by breakfast. Two chances to win are up for grabs. We also have many other fantastic prizes to be won, see above for the full list!

The idea for the draw came from Tara Stewart, who was herself paralysed from the neck down in a riding accident eight years ago. You can learn more about Tara and her story  here.

The funds generated will go to Spinal Research who are helping develop ground-breaking research into spinal cord injury, as Patron Ginny Elliot explains:

“Every four hours someone in the UK is paralysed due to an injury to their spinal cord, many of them riders. Spinal Research have supported many breakthroughs in understanding how to restore function over the last 40 years and it’s great to see people like Tara now taking this research forward through human trials to develop therapies which could transform lives.

These human trials have already shown improvement in movement, sensation and other essential functions, but funding is critical, so I would encourage the equestrian community to support this fantastic charity”.

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About the Draw

Leading equestrian personalities ex-Eventing World Champion and Olympian Ginny Elliot MBE and equine influencer Megan Elphick of Elphick Event Ponies are excited to launch this special online prize draw to raise money for research into spinal cord injury on Tuesday 3rd May at Badminton.

Our amazing grand prize is a ‘money can’t buy’ private course walk and VIP lunch with four times Olympic medallist Ginny Elliot at Badminton 2023 for eight lucky winners. We also have many other fantastic prizes to be won, see below for the full list!

The idea for the draw came from Tara Stewart, who was herself paralysed from the neck down in a riding accident eight years ago. You can learn more about Tara and her story  here.

The funds generated will go to Spinal Research who are helping develop ground-breaking research into spinal cord injury, as Patron Ginny Elliot explains:

“Every four hours someone in the UK is paralysed due to an injury to their spinal cord, many of them riders. Spinal Research have supported many breakthroughs in understanding how to restore function over the last 40 years and it’s great to see people like Tara now taking this research forward through clinical pilots to develop therapies which could transform lives.

These pilots have already shown improvement in movement, sensation and other essential functions, but funding is critical, so I would encourage the equestrian community to support this fantastic charity.

About the Charity

Spinal Research is the UK’s leading charity funding research around the world to develop effective treatments for Spinal Cord Injury. They exist to beat paralysis and believe in a future where it is no longer a life sentence. Their mission is to harness the power of international science to deliver revolutionary treatments. Thanks to the innovative research they have already funded, many experimental treatments have had ground-breaking changes on spinal cord injury and its effects in the laboratory and others are in human trials.

They are determined to see these treatments progress and transfer to the clinical environment where they can transform lives. Our research will also advance treatments for other neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Motor Neurone Disease, Strokes and Dementia. They receive no Government funding and rely entirely on the support of the public to raise funds for their work.

Spinal Research, registered UK Charity no. 1151015

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