CREAM RIDGE, N.J. — The Standardbred Retirement Foundation's (SRF) added an option to its raffle to win a trip to the famous Prix d'Amerique race in Paris.

For those who prefer 1,000 acres to ride through in Ireland, an 1800's castle to tuck into at night, a full spa to relax at and so much more. SRF is offering your choice of either when you win. The drawing is Monday, Dec. 10. The winner does not have to be present to win.

The Prix d'Amerique trip for two includes a five-day/four-night stay at a four-star hotel including visit to Grosbois, the Standardbred training center, it is like no other. There is a city sightseeing tour of Paris to the Arch of Triumph, Place de la Concorde, Eiffel Tower and more. Among other things, an airfare voucher up to $1,200, and tickets to the famous race, a cocktail party are also included during Jan. 24 - Jan. 28, 2019.

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The Ireland trip for two includes a five day/four-night stay at a fabulous eighteenth century castle, up to $1,200 airfare voucher, and $200 allowance for airport transfer or car rental. Lessons or riding are included for beginners to advanced for three hours a day in many disciplines. There are 1,000 miles of trails through forests, and fields. The castle has a full spa, and other activities are available as well including golf. The dates can be decided at your leisure based on availability. Don't ride, then take lessons right there.

In addition, for every $25 donation until the winner is drawn, SRF will enter another ticket in your name to win one of these trips.

Different from every other organization. SRF supports a large number of horses on a daily basis, and has a lifetime follow-up program in place since 1989 so no adopted horse is ever at risk. All raffle ticket sales support the 403 trotters and pacers SRF has under its full expense. SRF has no regular funding to support these horses. For raffle tickets call our office at 609-738-3255, or e-mail us or see

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