Sabertooth Sports activities and Leisure Companions with Iroquois Steeplechase

Nashville, Tennessee (June 18, 2021) – SS&E, a division of Predators Holdings, has partnered with Iroquois Steeplechase to bring Nashville Predators partners, premium seat holders, season ticket residents and all sports fans the exclusive opportunity to get a box for the event’s 80th anniversary – which takes place on Saturday, June 26th, at Percy Warner Park in Franklin, Tennessee. A portion of the proceeds from the event will go to Vanderbilt University’s Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital.

“We’re excited to partner with one of Nashville’s most traditional and popular events, Iroquois Steeplechase, this year,” said Sean Henry, President and CEO of SS&E and the Nashville Predators. “Recognized as the premier springtime event in Nashville, the Iroquois Steeplechase is much more than a race, it is an event that brings together more than 25,000 people each year for a day of excitement, entertainment, and excitement and intrigue dated Race to be delivered by yourself.

“Perhaps most importantly, the Volunteer State Horsemen’s Foundation has used steeplechase as a vehicle over the years to raise more than $ 4 million for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University. We thank the Foundation for that for giving SS&E the opportunity to get involved and bring in more fans for the obstacle race and more revenue for the children’s hospital and the other non-profit partners of the event. “

By renting a box for the Iroquois Steeplechase 2021, fans can enjoy the first race day experience with access to the most exclusive parties of the day and the best view of the finish line where all the action can be seen. Limited boxes are available now and include wristbands for eight or ten people and two parking permits. Premium add-on options are also available at the Turf Club, Paddock Club and the Iroquois Society.

Iroquois Steeplechase was first contested in a valley in Percy Warner Park in 1941 on a course built by the Works Progress Administration. Volunteers needed to run the race came from local fox hunters, among others. These volunteers later formed the Volunteer State Horsemen’s Association (now Foundation), which is now the governing body of the race meeting, under the direction of Steeplechase Chairman Dwight Hall.

There are events for children and families throughout the day, and prizes are awarded for the most stylish dress for men, women and others. Cash bars and food trucks are available on the premises, where participants can buy food, spirits, beer and wine. In addition, if desired, participants can bring their own food and drinks using special rear opening spaces created for the Iroquois obstacle race.

For more information and to reserve box seats for the 80th anniversary of the Iroquois Obstacle Race, fans can visit iroquoissteeplechase.org/tickets and use the promo code PREDS. You can also call 615.770.7800 to get tickets.