Eastbury 2020 Duck Races – All Ducks sold out and other information

Please note that all Ducks for the 2020 Eastbury Duck Races have now been sold.

But if you’d still like to make a donation, we will be delighted to enter you instead into a prize draw. The winner will receive a voucher for a 2 course meal for 2 people at The Great Shefford pub.  To make a donation visit the following Just Giving Page and leave a message with your name stating you’d like to be entered into the prize draw:


How to watch the Duck Races

If you would like to watch the Duck Races on the evening of the 3rd of July here’s the options to do so:

To watch via Facebook you should visit the 4LEGS Radio Facebook page which is here:
There are 6 races with the first race being broadcast at 7.30pm and then every 15 minutes thereafter. Just remain on Facebook after each race and then the next race will start at the allotted time.
Alternatively you can watch via the following YouTube channel from 8pm onwards on Friday when all races will be shown continuously:


Each race will be introduced by one of the following racing celebrities:

    John Francome                 Oisin Murphy                           James Doyle                     Jamie Osborne                                                                   

Matt Chapman (ITV Racing)            Richard Hoiles (ITV Racing)

A huge thanks to all of the sponsors including The Plough Eastbury, Laurent Lebeau from The Funghi Club, Walker Logistics, Jamie Osborne, Sporting Agenda and The Great Shefford

So why not enjoy a night at the races from the comfort of your own home and cheer home the runners. Enjoy and thank you for your support




2 thoughts on “Eastbury 2020 Duck Races – All Ducks sold out and other information”

  1. Thank you so much for choosing to sponsor RDA Lambourn this year. They do such great work providing not just therapy but also a whole lot of fun through our wonderful 4 legged friends.

    1. Tim Forrester

      Thanks for your supportive message. Do spread the word about the duck races. Hopefully they will be fun and the funds will go to good causes.

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