A night of unbridled celebrations marked the onset of Kingfisher Derby 2013
??Horses positions finalized through ?Starting Stall Draw? by Bollywood actress Sonal Chauhan Adding a musical touch to the evening were popular artists Hari & Sukhmani and DJ Whosane Bangalore, July 12, 2013?An enthralling Kingfisher ?Pre-Derby Party? and the Kingfisher ?Starting Draw Nite?, last night at Taj Westend set the stage for the season?s biggest racing event ? The Kingfisher Derby scheduled for this Sunday. Bangaloreans were seen enjoying Kingfisher beer and amicably discussing the forthcoming Derby day, the 26th edition of the Kingfisher Derby 2013. The highlight of the evening was the presence of Bollywood actress Sonal Chauhan who set pulses racing while drawing out names of horses at the ?Starting Draw Nite? for the Kingfisher Derby on Sunday. The draw of the lots determines the lane of the horses for the race and was attended by the owners, trainers & jockeys Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Gurpreet Singh, Assistant Vice President, Marketing, United Breweries Limited said, ?Kingfisher Derby is one of the most awaited events in the city - an electrifying assemblage of sport, fashion, fun and high energy. The Draw of Lots ? ?Starting Draw Nite? has always been the star event in the run up to the Kingfisher Derby as it is the deciding factor of horse positions. We are immensely happy to have Sonal Chauhan with us to kick start the celebrations!? The party spirits soared further as the ?Pre-Derby Party? seeped in with renowned artists Hari & Sukhmani and DJ Whosane enthralling the party enthusiasts with a great fusion of melody. Fashionistas were seen ringing in?the Good Times at the Kingfisher Pre-Derby Party. Hari & Sukhmani?s enthralling performance got the crowd into the party mood while DJ Whosane?s foot tapping numbers left the crowd yearning for more. Unparalleled thrill combined with a dash of glamour, The Kingfisher Derby 2013 will be held on Sunday, July 14, at the Bangalore Turf Club. The spirit of Good Times is adopted by racing enthusiasts from across the country. Only the finest thoroughbreds will race to the finish for the famous Trophy ? the Silver Horse.