Mid-Tech Services ‘declares’ new sponsorship and part shareholder of “El Diablo”

Mid-Tech Services is continuing the partnership with Mr R Dickin and Mrs C M Dickin to become one of the sponsors and shareholders of El Diablo.

Following our highly successful shareholding in the now retired racehorse Thomas Crapper and the injured Williamdeconqueror, we are very pleased to announce that we now have a sponsorship and are part shareholders of the beautiful, El Diablo.

Trained by Robin Dickin at Hill farm in Warwickshire; El Diablo which translates to ‘The Devil’ in Spanish, is a magnificent grey gelding, 6-year-old, national hunt racehorse.

Following his career as a National Hunt jockey, Robin Dickin has gone on to train over 400 winners. Robin is assisted by wife Claire Dickin, a qualified chiropractor, Darren Swanton, Head Lad, and their team of stable staff and other specialists, including vets and farriers.

Speaking about the new deal, Claire Dickin, stated: “We are happy to have familiar faces back for sponsorship and hope to have many great days out with El Diablo in future events. Partnerships such as these are vital for the stable moving forward. Mid-Tech have shown time and time again the passion they have to be a part of our journey. We’re delighted to have them on-board”.

If you would like to find out more about El Diablo’s team, check out www.robindickinracing.org.uk or on Facebook at robindickinracing.

This new deal is very exciting and supports Mid-Tech’s ambitious growth plans over the next couple of years. The alignment with El Diablo will provide us with another platform to showcase the Mid-Tech brand and services through sporting events. With fans and media now fully returned to racing events, this will create more opportunities for us to engage with potential clients.

Ian Brain, Mid-Tech’s Health and Safety and Compliance Manager, and horse fanatic, commented: “Horse racing and marketing in synchronicity. What is there not to like about this deal.”

We hope to see you trackside soon! In the meantime, follow our journey on LinkedInFacebook and Instagram for more handy insights.

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