Olympic gold medalist Sam Quek, jockey Katie Walsh and soprano singer Laura Wright have gone for a carpool karaoke round Liverpool as they build up to Aintree 2017.
The trio, who are ambassadors for Aintree Ladies Day, were driven round the city by hockey star Quek with Walsh in the passenger seat and Wright in the back seat.
And in a brief trailer of the carpool karaoke, Quek was left stunned when Wright gave the car a taster of her incredible voice.
Sam Quek (left) and Katie Walsh (right) are left stunned by Laura Wright’s (centre) voice
Wright, who plays rugby casually for Rosslyn Park Ladies team, has performed the national anthem at England Rugby games at Twickenham as well as the FA Cup final in the past.
Quek, who is from the Wirral and is a big Liverpool fan, was awarded an MBE in the 2017 New Years Honours List.
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Aintree tweeted a photo of Walsh (right) showing Quek (centre) and Wright (left) to be a jockey
It was then Quek’s (centre) turn to show Wright (right) and Walsh (left) round the hockey pitch
Meanwhile Walsh knows all about making an impact at Grand National after becoming the highest-ever female finisher in 2012 on Seabass.
The Irish jockey then became the third woman ever to win the Irish Grand National after winning the 2015 edition while riding Thunder and Roses.
A full video of the trio’s trip tour round Liverpool will come out this Friday.