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11 June 2018

Club mascot helping to save a part of Suffolk heritage

Club mascot Crazee is once again getting on his bike to raise money for a local charity.

The ‘crazy horse’ is hoping to cycle the 15 mile Orwell Challenge route on Sunday, June 17.  

Last year Crazee supported a local children's charity and this year he is looking to raise money for the Suffolk Punch Trust at Hollesley Bay.

Experts predict the Suffolk Punch, which features on Town’s official badge, could be extinct in less than 10 years.

The colony is the world's oldest and largest Punch stud farm with these wonderful horses being bred here for over 250 years.

The Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) has placed the Suffolk Punch as number three on its list of farm breeds mostly likely to die out. 

Apart from his matchday duties, Crazee has also raised a few pounds for local charities in the past. These include: Zipwiring down the pitch at Portman Road;

Sitting on every seat at the stadium, all 30,130; completing the Orwell Cycle Ride (three times) and Sport Relief walk (twice).

Please help not only Crazee but also the Suffolk Punch Trust by making a donation and help save a part of Suffolk life.

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