Sky Sports Presenter Freddy Tylicki is our latest Brand Ambassador

June 27th 2019

Sky Sports presenter and former apprentice Jockey of the Year, Freddy Tylicki has become a brand ambassador for Trotter & Deane.

The German-born jockey, who’s racing career was cut short following a fall in 2016, has lived in Newmarket since 2014 and become a regular visitor to our Bury St Edmunds & Cambridge stores.

Formerly apprentice jockey to Yorkshire based trainer, Richard Fahey, Freddy’s racing career highlights included winning the Prix de l’Opera at Chantilly aboard the filly Speedy Boarding and being crowned Champion Apprentice in 2009.

Freddy can now be seen as an expert pundit on Sky Sports Racing, the latest channel in the satellite network’s stable.

Freddy Tylicki wearing Trotter & Deane suit at Royal Ascot

 

Our ambassadors: Freddy Tylicki, Alastair Cook and Nick Knight

Freddy joins Alastair Cook and Nick Knight as a brand ambassador for Trotter & Deane.

Like the former England cricketers, we treated Freddy to our famous made-to-measure experience, creating a bespoke suit tailored to his personal specifications. We look forward to seeing him wearing the finished garment on our TV screens in the near future.

Owner John Deane-Bowers talking to Trotter & Deane brand ambassadors Alastair Cook and Nick Knight

 

What to wear to the races in 2019

If, like Freddy, you’re heading for the racecourse, you’ll want to ensure you look the part. While some meetings require a top hat, others are a lot more casual.

At Cheltenham, for example, there is no specific race day style. It is however suggested that gentlemen in the Club Enclosure or the restaurants and hospitality facilities wear a suit or similar.

Newmarket is more specific in their advice, stating that gentlemen are encouraged to dress up smartly in the Premier Enclosure. Whilst there is no formal restriction on wearing jeans, these are rarely seen in the Premier Enclosure and not permitted in our hospitality areas. If you do wish to wear jeans, they should be dark denim only and certainly not ripped.

Ascot meanwhile, requires black or grey morning dress in the Royal Enclosure, a suit with shirt and tie in the Queen Anne Enclosure, and a jacket, full-length trousers collared shirt and tie in the Village Enclosure.

 

Quality race day suits from Trotter & Deane in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds

Whether you’re looking for a three-piece morning dress and top hat for Royal Ascot, or a chino and blazer combo for Newmarket, Trotter & Deane have the menswear for you.

Visit us our Cambridge or Bury St Edmunds store to see our collection of off the peg suits, shoes and other accessories. For the Premier Enclosure look, we recommend a three-piece suit in navy. Combined with a contrasting tie and pocket square, it will create an impressive look.

To make an appointment, call us on 01284 762333 (Bury St Edmunds) or 01223 603050 (Cambridge), or email bury@trotteranddeane.com or cambridge@trotteranddeane.com.


Freddy Tylicki is wearing a made-to-measure suit from Trotter & Deane and is pictured with Paul from our Bury St Edmunds team, who is also wearing a wool, silk and linen made-to-measure suit.