The new sponsorship deal between ACY Securities and Australian Turf Club (ATC) was officially launched over the weekend in spectacular style with the ACY Securities Victory Vein Plate race opening the biggest race day in Sydney – The Everest.
ACY Securities, which is a multi-regulated, multi-asset broker headquartered in Sydney, made its entry into the premium sport of thoroughbred horse racing as the ‘Official Trading Sponsor’ of ATC.
Scott Kennedy, General Manager of Partnerships at the Australian Turf Club formally welcomed ACY Securities to the exclusive organisation at the Winning Owners Room, where the ACY Securities Victory Vein Plate was presented to the owners of the winning horse – Captivant.
Mr Kennedy gave a fitting introduction for ACY Securities at the award presentation as he declared them their exclusive trading sponsor.
“ACY Securities is a leading Australian broker providing traders access to the global financial markets and it’s a pleasure to have ACY Securities on board as our Official Trading Sponsor,” said Mr Kennedy on Saturday at The Everest.
Commenting on the ACY/ATC relationship in an interview this morning, Winson Cao, Director of ACY Securities said that it was a great opportunity to team up with a prestigious Australian brand and support the sport of thoroughbred horse racing in Australia.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to team up with such a well-respected, valued and prestigious Australian brand that is the ATC and support the much-loved sport of thoroughbred horse racing. The relationship has begun with a bang and we look forward to a strong and successful partnership in the coming years,” said Mr Cao.
Other brands ATC has in its portfolio of partners includes market leaders in luxury cars, luxury watches, beverages and sports betting.
The winner of the TAB Everest took home $6.2 million in prize money, making it the richest race in Australia.
(Photos: ACY Securities)