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The Business of Racing with Cheltenham MD Ian Renton

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‎Irish Times Inside Business
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This week it's our regular Business of Sport section. And due to popular demand, we've gone and devoted the entire episode to sport. For that we're joined again by Mick O'Keeffe of Teneo PSG.

Cheltenham Festival, taking place next week, is the fourth-largest sporting event in the United Kingdom, w
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This week it's our regular Business of Sport section. And due to popular demand, we've gone and devoted the entire episode to sport. For that we're joined again by Mick O'Keeffe of Teneo PSG.

Cheltenham Festival, taking place next week, is the fourth-largest sporting event in the United Kingdom, with a quarter of a million attendees - a figure swelled by an annual influx of Irish racing enthusiasts.

Ciaran and Mick talk to Ian Renton, MD of Cheltenham, about the success of the festival, plans to expand, the problems posed by Brexit and the importance of the green contingent.

They're also joined by our own resident racing expert Barry O'Halloran who shares a few tips for next week's races.

But before all that Ciarán and Mick go through the major sport business themes of the month, including the GAA's ban on gambling sponsorship, the impact of a Six Nations home game on local business and stadium naming rights.
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