Edinburgh Gin back a £10,000 winner with Musselburgh Racecourse

Alex Nicol, founder of Edinburgh Gin, with Sarah Montgomery, Senior Operations and Commercial Manager at Musselburgh Racecourse (In the black top) and Hattie Nicol, Event Manager at EdinburghGin

The support follows on from the success of last year’s Edinburgh Cup meeting – which saw racegoers enjoy more than 14,000 measures of gin.

Already established as one of the biggest dates in the Scottish racing calendar, the Edinburgh Cup attracts thousands of racegoers to the venue, a five star attraction just a few miles from Edinburgh.

Sarah Montgomery, Senior Operations and Commercial Manager at Musselburgh Racecourse, said: “We consider ourselves Edinburgh’s racecourse, so we are thrilled to be partnering with one of the city’s best-known drink brands for one of our biggest and busiest race days in our landmark 200th anniversary year.


“Edinburgh is the gin capital of the UK and Edinburgh Gin is a flagbearer for this thriving Scottish sector, but it is also premium brand which our racegoers love.

“On top of that, the Edinburgh Cup promises top class racing, perfectly complementing Edinburgh Gin’s reputation for quality.

“Whatever way you look at this, it is a fantastic partnership all round – not least for our racegoers who between them polished off more than 500 bottles in total during last
year’s Edinburgh Cup.”


Musselburgh Racecourse, Ladies Day


Alex Nicol, Founder of Edinburgh Gin said of the partnership: “Myself and the team at Edinburgh Gin are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Edinburgh Cup at Musselburgh on Saturday 4th June.

“This long-established race day is known as a highlight of the annual sporting and social calendar in Scotland. On the day, we’ll be quenching the thirsts of race-goers with our unique gins and liqueurs; rain or shine.

“We had the pleasure of being named Scotland’s fastest growing gin brand last year, hopefully we might bring a little speed to our favourite horse on the day too.”

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