Paul Nicholls Racing benefits from Morson’s backing in latest sponsorship deal

Horse racing is the latest sport to benefit from the backing of technical, rail and engineering recruiter Morson Group.

The group has announced sponsorship of Paul Nicholls Racing in Ditcheat in Somerset in a Twitter update. Morson later confirmed the sponsorship to Recruiter.

Horse racing now joins boxing as a beneficiary of Morson’s sponsorship support.

Last week, Recruiter reported on Morson-sponsored Scott Quigg. Quigg took on Romanian Viorel Simion in an eliminator for the IBF featherweight title on the undercard of Saturday’s world heavyweight humdinger between IBF champion Anthony Joshua and former champ Wladimir Klitschko.

And it wasn’t just Joshua to emerge victorious at the weekend, as Quigg was also victorious, winning by unanimous points decision after the fight lasted the full 12 rounds.

Morson also backs boxers Anthony Crolla, Nathan Gorman, Liam Taylor, Jordan Thompson, Ryan Collins and Jake Bulger.

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