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A Warwickshire residential sales and lettings agency is saddling up for the season with a high profile national jump jockey.

Wed 04 Oct 2017

A Warwickshire residential sales and lettings agency is saddling up for the season with a high profile national jump jockey.

Stratford jockey Charlie Poste is being sponsored by property agents ehB Residential, which has offices in Leamington Spa and Warwick, for the fourth season in a row.

  Charlie Poste

Charlie Poste with Edward Bromwich

The ehB Residential brand will be seen at racecourses across the country as its logo is featured across the former Welsh Grand National winner’s breeches and necktie during the season.

But as Charlie competes regularly at Warwick Racecourse, the continued support will also help boost ehB Residential’s profile locally.

Charlie said: “I had some good successes at various races last year, and now I’m really looking forward to the season ahead.

“It is excellent to have continued support from ehB Residential and to promote the firm both locally and nationally. I look forward to seeing the team at some of this season’s races.”

Edward Bromwich, managing director at ehB Residential, said he is thrilled to be supporting the local sportsman once again.

He said: “Charlie is an excellent jockey and it is wonderful to support him for the fourth season. He rides across the country, providing us with an excellent platform to further promote the ehB brand and the services we provide.

“His is very well connected in the racing world and is regularly performing at Warwick and Stratford, so we are hoping for another successful season.”

"Hi Chris Jonathan and I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work in the sale of 21 Hyde Place. Everything went so smoothly from start to finish and we were very impressed with EHB throughout. We felt that your marketing, approach to the sale, communication and correspondence was brilliant - its a shame you don't have an office in the North East so we can use you again! Many thanks to you and all the team. All the best for the future Kind Regards Sarah and Jonathan "
Sarah and Jonathan

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