Mathew Masinge

SUPERSTAR Alick Macheso will be the leading man at the after-party of the 64th edition of the Castle Tankard horse racing show at Borrowdale Park tomorrow.

Running under the theme “Ride The Legacy”, the music and horse race show is expected to once again attract a huge crowd.

The Castle Tankard is a historic event as it is the first horse race to be sponsored in Africa.

Organisers have included a star-studded line-up of musicians, led by sungura ace Macheso, dancehall stars — Freeman, Master H, DJ Fantan — and rapper Bling 4, who will perform at the after-party.

For Macheso, this has become one of his favourite bases where he always has a few tricks up his sleeves.

Last year, the veteran singer sampled a new song at the event.

His legion of fans expect him to do the same this year since he has shelved his forthcoming album to August 2.

“Saturday, kumabhiza uko, Borrowdale Racecourse kuCastle Tankard! Huyai titandare, Huyai semhuri,” said Macheso.

Dancehall star Freeman, who has just returned home from his performance in the UK at the Zimlinkup, has also promised to light up the Castle Tankard stage.

“Ride the legacy! Catch me this weekend on Saturday at Borrowdale Race Course performing live at The Castle Tankard, alongside some brothers of mine! Huyayi early tione mabhiza,” wrote Freeman on his Instagram.

The event is the most prestigious horse race in the country.

Castle Tankard organisers, Delta Beverages, say everything is now set to host the prestigious horse race show.

“All preparations for the day are well underway, and we are inviting everyone to enjoy both the sport and the music with us.

“Cold and refreshing beer, sizzling braai, and lots of entertainment is lined up for our loyal consumers,” said Delta Corporation

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