Add A Tour of Newmarket’s Horse Racing History To Your Charter

Tours of Newmarket’s Horse Racing History

If you love horse racing history and want to make more of your charter to Newmarket then why not ask our Operations Team to add this wonderful tour to your itinerary?

The full details are below but in summary, you will: uncover the royal connection to Newmarket when visiting the fascinating National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art, have an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour featuring the Weighing Room, Royal Box and Commentators Box, plus you will experience the buzz inside the Parade Ring for the first race.

Call our friendly Operations Team to book your flight and tour, and if you are curious about charter costs then use this exclusive Quote Generator for any UK location.

Newmarket Tour Itinerary

Tours of Newmarket’s Horse Racing History

09.30 – Your guide will meet you at the Premier Enclosure Entrance to the Racecourse.

09.40 – 10.40 – Newmarket’s world-famous training grounds where you will see the day’s second ‘lots’ being ridden out on Warren Hill.

10.40 – 12.20 – The newly opened National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art which is situated in Charles II’s sporting palace and stables and spans five acres in the heart of Newmarket.

It comprises of three complementary attractions; a new National Horseracing Museum, a National Art Gallery of British Sporting Art, and a chance to meet former racehorses and learn what they do after racing, in the flagship home of Retraining of Racehorses.

12.45 – Back to the Racecourse for a fascinating behind the scenes tour and places never normally open to the public. You will visit the Weighing room, press room and experience the atmosphere from inside the parade ring for the first race. Learn about how to read the race card, horses form and know what it takes to place a bet. Your tour guide will point out the main areas of the racecourse before leaving you to enjoy an afternoon of exhilarating races.

Parade Ring dress code

Ladies and Gentlemen are encouraged to dress up smartly in the Premier Enclosure and Parade Ring. Most gentlemen would choose to wear smart trousers, shirt and formal shoes to complete the look. Whilst there is no formal restriction on wearing jeans, these are rarely seen in the Premier Enclosure.

If you would like to access the parade ring, we do suggest that the premier enclosure dress code is adhered to.

Charter a Helicopter to any UK Meeting

Tours of Newmarket’s Horse Racing History

Speed and ease of use are two of the many advantages when chartering a helicopter. You can land directly at most horse racing courses from any UK location.

Our friendly Operations Team will arrange everything for you, from tours like the one above to hospitality or hotels rooms if you need to stay for a whole festival. Call them on and tell them which festival or meeting you want to fly to.

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