Istanbul BBQ, Chester return as Principle Sponsors of Kelsall Hill Horse Trials
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Kelsall 31 Mar 17

Istanbul BBQ, Chester return as Principle Sponsors of Kelsall Hill Horse Trials

Kelsall Hill Press Release.

Kelsall Hill have announced the continuing support of Istanbul BBQ, Chester as the principle sponsors of their British Eventing horse trials.

Joint-Organiser Phil Latham commented: "We’re delighted that Istanbul BBQ have agreed to repeat their investment in our horse trials and maintain their title as principal sponsors. Events like ours need sponsors to allow us to develop and create what we hope is a first-class event for competitors and spectators, and we’re thrilled to work with them again.”

Since 2012, Istanbul BBQ, Chester have been serving award-winning Turkish cuisine and sourcing the freshest of ingredients from local and regional suppliers so that diners can enjoy a wide-range of stunning food choices.
For the last four years, this family-run restaurant has received a prestigious ‘Certificate of Excellence Award’ from Trip Advisor. They are the best-ranking Turkish restaurant in Chester while, out of the 379 eateries reviewed by the comparison site, Istanbul BBQ is rated as one of their top-ten destinations.

“Following last year’s great publicity of our sponsorship at Kelsall Hill Horse Trials, we were extremely encouraged by the noticeable increase in the number of diners visiting our restaurant. We hope that by continuing our sponsorship in 2017, that success will continue,” said Mike Donnison, Joint-Owner of Istanbul BBQ, Chester.

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Can Sims score a hatrick?

Nantwich-based event rider Paul Sims retained his crown in last year’s Advanced Intermediate class at Kelsall Hill for a second term, pocketing the highly-coveted £1,000 winner’s cheque.

In 2015, Paul claimed victory with Fred and Roselle Willis’s ‘Last Secret’ and then headed-up the 2016 leader board riding Jolyon Chamber’s ‘Mystic Million’, despite the best efforts of a top-class field of riders.

With a total prize pot of £3,000 on offer, this year’s AI looks set to be another exhilarating competition and with Paul planning to defend his title with his 2015 winner ‘Last Secret’ and the Badminton-bound ‘Glengarnock’, the question must be: can Sims make it a hatrick?

Said Paul: “The prize money on offer to the winner of the Advanced Intermediate class at Kelsall Hill is brilliant for our sport. Last Secret is in good form and we’re hoping to make it a treble victory for our team and a double victory for the mare!”


Photo: The Advanced Intermediate winner Paul Sims riding Mystic Million, Captain Mark Phillips, Robin Latham, Mark Donnison and Lesley Bradshaw from Istanbul BBQ Chester.