Discover Newmarket has announced two further tour dates for visitors to join their exciting Champion Trainer tour with trainer John Gosden at Clarehaven Stables, followed by a tour of Dalham Hall Stud.
The two additional dates are the 30th August and 19th September, giving all those who couldn’t join the previous tour the opportunity of a lifetime.
This elite, behind the scenes tour will include a morning on the gallops with multiple Group 1 winning trainer John Gosden followed by a visit to Dalham Hall Stud to meet the recently retired Derby and Arc winner, Golden Horn (pictured).
Dalham Hall Stud is owned by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates and Prime Minster and Ruler of Dubai and is the breeding operation to the internationally renowned Godolphin Racing.
John Gosden, the former trainer of Golden Horn has won over 2,500 races around the world, including over 100 Group 1s (Grade 1s), in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.
Sam Bullard, Director of Stallions at Dalham Hall commented: “We are delighted to welcome people to see Golden Horn at Dalham Hall on what will be an outstanding opportunity for any racing enthusiast. It’s with great pleasure that we’ve been able to add two more dates for this exceptional tour, which will be a real treat for racing enthusiasts.”
Places on this unique Champion Trainer tour are limited and cost £125 per person. To guarantee you don’t miss out, contact the Discover Newmarket Team on 01638 675509 or book through the website www.discovernewmarket.co.uk
Champion Trainer Tour – Tuesday 30th August & Monday 19th September 2016 – Itinerary
8.15am Meet at Bedford Lodge (Coach to Clarehaven)
8.25am Meet a member of the John Gosden Team and gain a glimpse of the trainer’s yard
9.00am Gallops with John Gosden
10.00am Breakfast/Brunch at the Bedford Lodge Hotel
11.30am Visit to Dalham Hall Stud to see Golden Horn
12.45pm Return to Bedford Lodge
About Discover Newmarket
Discover Newmarket offers a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes at racing’s headquarters and see equine stars at work. Guided tours for groups and individuals can be organised for a half-day, full-day or longer and accommodation can be arranged if required.
Tours include visits to Newmarket racehorse trainers’ yards, the famous gallops, the National Stud, the National Horseracing Museum, Jockey Club Rooms, Newmarket Racecourses, Animal Health Trust, Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin breeding operation, Tattersalls bloodstock auction house, and much more.
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