and they told me that their local meet, the Virginia Gold Cup, was a thing of great beauty and well worth the trip.
What does VGC stand for?
VGC stands for Virginia Gold Cup (racing)
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Since 2005, Infinitive has been an Official Race Sponsor for the Virginia Gold Cup.
Both INTRAFED and GTSI formally announced the partnership and the GTSI Solutions Catalog to each company's management teams and sales representatives at a reception at the Virginia Gold Cup Steeplechase races in Great Plains, Va.
He faces stiff opposition from American challenger Priceless Room, who stands to win a bonus of $100,000 if following up his victory earlier this month in the Virginia Gold Cup.
The 10-year-old gelding will bid to capture Sunday's coveted Marlborough Cup timber race at Barbury Castle, near Marlborough in Wiltshire, having won the Virginia Gold Cup in the US earlier this month.
nPennybridge, trained by Alan King, failed in his bid to win a $100,000 bonus in Saturday's Virginia Gold Cup timber race at Great Meadow.
The Alan King-trained Pennybridge bids to scoop a $100,000 bonus today under Richard Johnson when tackling some of America's best timber racers in the $30,000 Virginia Gold Cup at Great Meadow racecourse.
He said: "There's a bonus of pounds 1 million sterling for any horse that wins the Marlborough Cup, the Grand Cros de Craon in September, the Kevin McManus Punchestown Cup in November and the Virginia Gold Cup.