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Newmarket Racecourse is synonymous with horse racing, having been a part of its history for over 350 years this wonderful racecourse is regarded by many as the home of Flat racing.
Situated in the East of England, within Suffolk, the course enjoys easy access from much of the country and is home to more than 3,000 horses across 70 training yards, with many successful trainers based here.
Newmarket Racecourse is somewhat unique in that it operates two racecourses that operate at different times of the flat racing season. The Rowley Mile course, which is best known for hosting the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas in the spring, and the July course which is known for hosting the Moët & Chandon July Festival.
The Guineas Festival is undoubtedly Newmarket’s most prestigious meeting, featuring the first two of British racings classics, the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas. Both run over a mile on the Rowley Mile course, the 2,000 is run by colts and the 1,000 is run by fillies.
Beyond Newmarket’s racing action the course also enjoys hosting exhibitions, conferences, meetings, team building and private parties. The venue is also keenly aware and supportive of local produce and works hard to ensure the community is supported.
The Annual QIPCO Guineas Festival takes place at the start of May and plays host to the first two of the five British Classics, the 2,000 Guineas and 1,000 Guineas. These famous races are the first big test of the year for the three-year-old generation of horses and their trainers and jockeys.
Newmarket Racecourse is situated in the East of England close to Cambridge.