|Take a punt on an a forthcoming event:|
you won't regret it ...
Ryanair Chase. Apparently there are 17 fences to be jumped and there is a generous prize of £200,000 for the winner [though Merpel is quite puzzled as to what a horse might want with so large a sum of money, or indeed with any cash at all]. Having personally experienced the Ryanair brand at first hand, this Kat finds it difficult to whip up excitement for a race, or indeed anything else, that goes under that name. He has visions of air passengers being made to jump 17 fences on their way to a distant airline departure gate, and of jockeys being asked to pay a premium for a decent saddle. Since he has not flown Ryanair for a few years now, he wonders whether things have changed, and whether the brand now conjures up more positive images for its users than it did for him then. After all, the mere fact that Ryanair is paying out money rather than sucking it in can be taken as a positive sign. What do readers think?
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