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Series stars set to be out in force for Newmarket Open Day

17 Sep 2013

Globetrotter Red Cadeaux, Doncaster Cup champion Times Up and Ormonde Stakes victor Mount Athos will be on show to the general public at the Betfair Newmarket Open Day this Sunday.

Red Cadeaux, pictured here at York, will be one of racing’s heroes that will be on show. Image copyright of

Top Champions Series trainers in Newmarket will be opening their yard gates to the public this Sunday at the Betfair Newmarket Open Day.

The Suffolk-based event will see the likes of Ed Dunlop and Luca Cumani invite people in for a behind-the-scenes look at racing’s equine heroes, including globetrotter Red Cadeaux, Doncaster Cup hero Times Up and Ormonde Stakes champion Mount Athos.

Horses will canter on Warren Hill between 9 and 10am giving members of the public the chance to see the star horses in training, while their trainers give commentaries about each of them whilst working.

Other equine facilities open throughout the day include the Newmarket Equine Hospital, the National Horseracing Museum, the British Racing School and the National Stud.

The charity event will also see the home of the QIPCO 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas, The Rowley Mile Racecourse, host a range of exciting family fun activities, such as the Weatherbys Shetland Pony Grand National, a trainers versus jockeys five-a-side football match and Great British Racing’s Kids love the Races roadshow.
For further information on planning your day or to book tickets online and save money simply visit the Betfair Newmarket Open Day website. Tickets start from £13.50 online and £15 on the day. Children 12 and under go free.