Chanelle Veterinary’s golf teams at the Woburn Charity Golf Day.

Staff from pharmaceutical company Chanelle Veterinary got into the swing of things during 2017’s Woburn Charity Golf Day.

Hosted by Racing Welfare, the charity that supports British racing’s workforce, the event took place at the Duke of Bedford’s Woburn Estate and saw teams from a broad cross section of the industry take part.

‘Fantastic work’

Chanelle’s teams were captained by jockey Sir AP McCoy, who spoke of his delight at being approached to take on the role, all in the name of charity.

“We had a great group of equine veterinarians playing on both Chanelle teams,” he said.

“These vets, along with stud, stable and support staff, do fantastic work behind the scenes and play a critical role in the racing industry.”

Chanelle Veterinary specialises in the product development, manufacturing and registration of human and veterinary products.

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