Windsor Caribbean Race Day
Royal Windsor race course is set within 165 acres on a fabulous island setting on the banks of the River Thames, within sight of Windsor Castle, home of the Royal Family. Countless well-known faces have visited Royal Windsor Racecourse over the years attending glamorous fund raising events, for both business and pleasure.
The Windsor Racecourse’s fashionable summertime Monday night race meetings are becoming star-studded occasions attended by many sporting, pop and television celebrities. It offers a warm welcome from the minute you arrive; you can experience the unique blend of royal heritage combined with a wonderful intimate atmosphere and superb hospitality!
Since 2005 Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK organised by Carivog International UK has had the opportunity to be associated with the Windsor Caribbean Race Evening, annually bringing winners, delegates and supporters to promote Trinidad and Tobago and the pageant. We were introduced to this beautiful experience by fellow Trinidadian Hugo Gunning who is well known in the racing circle, having many years ago brought the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago to the foreground by introducing Caribbean steel pan music around the race courses along with sampling of Angostura rum.
The warm welcome the beauties of Trinidad and Tobago received from the Royal Windsor organisational team and the public was truly gratifying. We have truly now become one of the main attraction with the delegates in their carnival costumes sponsored by Poison UK and tropical wear bringing a truly Caribbean flavour to the evening.
At this year’s Windsor Caribbean Race Evening Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK besides bringing the spirit of the Caribbean to the event with beauties in carnival costumes, members were given the opportunity by Royal Windsor Race course management to raise money for our charity K.I.N.D (Kids In Need of Direction) based in Trinidad.
Attending this truly enjoyable event on behalf of Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK were past Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK winner Dr Natalie Johnson, past and present delegates of Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK Randell Legay, Josanne Jack, Saelese Haynes, Natalie Parez, Tovalin Bartholomew and Alafair Celestine; also management, volunteers and committee members Angela Cox, Angela Barclay,Karen Salandy Rebel Andy Alleyne, and Jeanette De Coutua. Miss TNT 2004 and supporting past delegate collecting money for K.I.N.D
The management of Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK wishes to thank the of Royal Windsor Race course management for this opportunity and all those who donated money in support of the collection for our charity K.I.N.D (Website: -www.kindkids.net ).
IMAGE 2 Miss Trinidad and Tobago UK beauties in the company of UK calypsonian Di Alberto and TNT leading steelpan arranger and virtuoso Mr Ray Holman