The day will also include:
• a phenomenal private performance by world-famous violinist Jenny Bae
• a live auction in aid of the Aegis Trust which works to prevent crimes against humanity, particularly genocide.
The Hagelou Ascot Prom has come to life following the success of the Hagelou Windsor event last October, hosted by founders Heloise Agelou and Jean Pierre de Gaste, which involved the likes of Clive Owen, Sir Michael Parkinson, Maureen Lipman, Lord S. Devine and Mark Foligno.
The Hagelou Ascot Prom is part of the Hagelou Proms series of bespoke events which proudly unite the time-honoured traditions of horse racing with the unfaltering passions of classical music and fine dining.
Tickets are priced at £550 each and can be purchased by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Bae is one of the world's greatest violinists. In 2000, at the age of 20, she performed with Luciano Pavarotti in front of 90,000 people. Since then, she has guest-performed for musicians including Eric Clapton, the band Queen, Lionel Richie, Zucchero and Andrea Bocelli. A Symbol of Peace, an Ambassador to the Red Cross in Asia, Jenny has performed to the presidents in both South and North Korea and was the first South Korean to record with the North Korean Symphony to help raise the money to build hospitals in North Korea. Her message for peace has been heard by millions and had been supported by Andrea Boccelli, Eric Clapton, Scorpions, and Bono. http://www.myspace.com/
Héloise Agelou is the Founder of Hagelou Horse Racing, working in partnership with I.T.C-International Thoroughbred Consultants. Héloise began her ground breaking career in the South of France as an apprentice jockey landing in the sports section of the national French newspapers for her wins, she moved over to London and worked in the finance sector for 2 years in 2005, by 2008 she boldly threw the two disciplines together and became one of the youngest horse racing managers in the world; she proved her worth with one of her first acquisitions;
Jean Pierre de Gaste is chairman of I.T.C-International Thoroughbred Consultants. He began his career in the USA in 1973 where he purchased his first Gr.1 winner, Properantes, at Saratoga in 1974. From 1976, he built up a clients network in the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar) where he set up and managed racing stables and studs, as well as in France, Canada and the USA. At the same time, he expanded his clientele in Japan and created a branch of an important Japanese stud in France. He is a frequent buyer in Europe and in the USA: second leading buyer in 2009 at the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton breeding stock sales with $3 830 000 of purchases, and fourth leading buyer in 2011 at the same auction sales with $4 605 000 of purchases. He buys as well horses in training for the Middle East, among them Premium Tap, winner of the Gr.1 Woodward St., Gr.1 Clark Handicap and second of the Dubai World Cup. Over the years, Jean-Pierre has been also very involved in the sponsoring of main racing events, in particular the Prix du Jockey Club - French Derby- and more recently he initiated the sponsoring of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe's weekend with Qatar. Furthermore, Jean-Pierre de Gasté is the owner of the stud "Haras de Gouffern", where he maintains breeding stock for his own and for boarders. He bred notably the multiple Champion Hurdle Big Buck's.
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Hagelou Horse Racing Ltd is a fast growing management company in the Horse Racing industry, initially established in France it offers an unrivalled bespoke service for first time buyers to regular investors. Hagelou introduces you to the Sport of Kings, and manages every detail until your adrenaline high moment in the boxes as your horse races. http://www.hagelou.com
ITC - International Thoroughbred Consultants specialises in flat racing breeds, thoroughbred & Arabian. They own and manage 3 studs in Normandy, France. http://www.itc-
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World TV has become known as the doyen TV production company that not only executes at the highest standard of video and film production but also ensures syndication for appropriate broadcast. Through TV London Group, it has received acclaim for What's On in London with Raef Bjayou as signature presenter and Boris Johnson as anchor guest presenter. Celebrity appearances in its programmes with, to name but a few, George Clooney, Halle Berry, Kevin Spacey, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Angela Rippon have ensured viewership acclaim; the broadcast reaching top London Hotels, London Taxis, Heathrow Express, Airlines and extensive worldwide web broadcasts including the powerful thenewsmarket.com. http://www.tvlondon.tv
The Hagelou Prom is in aid of:
The Aegis Trust, a registered public charity in the UK, US and is a registered NGO in Rwanda. The stated mission of the Aegis Trust is: "To work towards the prediction, prevention and ultimately the elimination of genocide for the benefit of mankind primarily through research, education and the dissemination of information and advice." The Aegis Trust was established by brothers James and Stephen Smith in July 2000 in response to the Kosovo crisis and their recognition of the need to focus efforts on the prevention of genocide and crimes humanity. Aegis also provides research and advocacy support for the All Party Parliamentary Groups on the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity in the UK and Canada. http://www.aegistrust.org
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