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Newmarket Annual Badge Holder

Take a read through the latest news and updates from the Home of Horseracing.

 

We have now dispatched all the annual badges and hope you are in receipt of yours. Please note our new office location is at the Rowley Mile Racecourse, our offices are at the bottom of the drive next to the turnstiles.

 

 

 

June Newsletter

It has been fantastic to welcome full crowds back to The Rowley Mile as our Flat season returns, with racegoers able to attend the bet365 Craven meeting and QIPCO Guineas Festival for the first time since 2019.

 

The ongoing theme has certainly been success for the boys in blue: Godolphin, Charlie Appleby and their team of jockeys William Buick and James Doyle. With seven winners across the bet365 Craven meeting for William Buick, and five for Charlie Appleby, they certainly started the season here with a bang. Champion Two Year Old Native Trail was the stand out horse of the meeting with a striking performance in the Group Three bet365 Craven Stakes, whilst Cachet provided local trainer George Boughey with his first domestic Group Three winner in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes.

 

Newmarket trainer Roger Varian then stole the show from Appleby, Buick and Godolphin on the final day of the bet365 Craven meeting, when his Eydon won the bet365 Fielden Stakes under David Egan. Having only his third start, he put his best foot forward and showed his bright future when beating the smart Andrew Balding trained Masekala.

 

Moving on to the QIPCO Guineas Festival, there was much to look forward to, with all leading horses from the trials at the bet365 Craven meeting stepping forward to re-oppose.  

Coroebus prevailed from his better-fancied stable companion Native Trail in the first Classic of the season, the QIPCO 2000 Guineas, when winning for Charlie Appleby, a fourth Classic for the Newmarket trainer. It was a first for jockey James Doyle, however, who had come close to QIPCO 2000 Guineas success in the past, finishing runner up in both 2014 and 2017.

 

James Doyle then rode his way into the history books on QIPCO 1000 Guineas Day, as Cachet won the big race for the large ownership group Highclere Thoroughbred Racing. Doyle became only the fifth jockey to ride the winner of both the 2000 Guineas and the 1000 Guineas over the same weekend, whilst Newmarket trainer George Boughey became one of the youngest trainers to win a Classic at the ripe age of 30.

 

We were delighted to host The Festival of Suffolk Raceday and to see the sun come out for a fantastic celebration of the county. We were treated to some great racing, a fitting way to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee given she is such a passionate owner and breeder of racehorses.  After such a long time without spectators to have so many people from across the county join us gave things a real festival feel. The day also supported the Cambridge Children’s Hospital Campaign. The new hospital will treat children and young people from across the eastern region, including Suffolk.

June

  • Saturday 4th - Doncaster
  • Sunday 5th - Musselburgh
  • Thursday 9th - Newbury
  • Friday 10th - Sandown Park
  • Sunday 12th - Sailsbury
  • Wednesday 15th - Nottingham
  • Monday 20th - Southwell
  • Tuesday 21st - Cowdray Park Polo
  • Saturday 25th - Chester
  • Sunday 26th Curragh

 

July

  • Friday 1st - Newton Abbot
  • Sunday 3rd - Ayr
  • Sunday 3rd - Chelmsford
  • Sunday 3rd - Market Rasen
  • Monday 4th (eve) - Ripon
  • Wednesday 6th - Great Yarmouth
  • Sunday 17th - Curragh
  • Monday 18th - Cartmel
  • Wednesday 20th - Catterick
  • Tuesday 26th - Essex County Cricket Club
  • Thursday 28th - The Longines Royal International Horse Show
  • Friday 29th - The Longines Royal International Horse Show
  • Sunday 31st - Carlisle
  • Sunday 31st - Market Rasen

We are delighted to offer our Annual Badge Holders the chance to upgrade to our beautiful Champions Lawn enclosure for an exclusive price!

 

Summer Saturdays - From £35 per badge holder

Friday 27th August - From £20 per badge holder

We have our two fabulous walk-up restaurants open again at the July Course. 

 

  • Stravinsky’s – short order menu, tables are operated on a first come first served basis (Available on all days excluding 23rd June, 5th & 6th August, 26th August)
  • Mozart’s (bistro style) - Tables are operated on a first come first served basis (Available on all days)

We currently offer our Annual Badge Holders £23.50 off of our normal days and £28.50 off of our premium days and music nights in the Summer House Restaurant.

 

In addition to this, we are offering an additional offer on selected Music Nights & Summer Saturdays:

Newmarket Night - 24th June (Rudimental) – List Price £180 inc VAT ABH your pay £125 inc VAT (so £55 off instead of the normal £28.50)

Summer Saturday - 25th June – List Price £156 inc VAT ABH your pay £110 inc VAT (so £46 off instead of the normal £23.50)

 

Newmarket Night- 5th August (The Wombats) – List Price £180 inc VAT ABH your pay £125 inc VAT (so £55 off instead of the normal £28.50)

Summer Saturday - 6th August – List Price £156 inc VAT ABH your pay £110 inc VAT (so £46 off instead of the normal £23.50)

Come to the latest important exhibition of the work of Alfred Munnings! This British Impressionist’s horse-loving work is beautifully covered in A Life of His Own at the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket, but only until 12th June 2022

 

Newmarket Annual Badge Holders can benefit from a fabulous 2-for-1 deal to get into the exhibition. Just show your badge to the Museum’s front-of-house staff and you and a companion will get in for the price of a single entry.

 

To whet your appetite here’s just one highlight from the exhibition.

Lord Derby’s Horses Hyperion and Fairway with their Grooms Chinnery and Cain, 1938.png

Pictured: In 1938 Munnings was commissioned to paint two champion sires owned by Edward Stanley, 17th Earl of Derby (1865 – 1948), at his Woodland Stud in Newmarket. He vividly described the experience in his autobiography: “The stud-farm where Hyperion and Fairway dwelt in adjoining boxes, if it were advertised in a journal read by horses might be described as a large two roomed flat, on the ground-floor, in ideal surroundings.” Munnings enjoyed painting him and described him as “a beautiful little horse, not an Araby head; but he was far beyond the average horse in intelligence. Chinery, his man, adored him, and looked upon him as a brother.”

Hyperion’s career embraced major wins in the New Stakes (Ascot 1932), Dewhurst Stakes (Newmarket 1932), Prince of Wales Stakes (Ascot 1933), Chester Vase (1933), Epsom Derby (1933) and St Leger Stakes (Doncaster 1933), before going on to a stellar stud career.

 

Lord Derby’s Horses Hyperion and Fairway with their Grooms Chinnery and Cain, 1938

Oil on panel, 50.8 x 61 cm (20 x 24 in.), Inscribed lower left: A J Munnings - Private Collection

Special Offers

  • 20% off a day pass when showing your 2022 Annual Badge. Anyone purchasing the pass also has the option of a free upgrade to an annual pass. 

 

What's On

  • 10% discount off food and drink when showing your 2022 Annual Badge. Please show your annual badge when sitting down before ordering.
  • Half day Newmarket Experience and full day Ultimate Newmarket Experience. Offer expires - 31/07/22 Please call 01638 501122 to access this offer.
  • 10% off food at the Wavertree Coffee House, please present your 2022 annual badge at the time of placing your food order.

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