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I am pleased to be involved with the Newmarket Trainers Website, and hope it will be a good source of information for Internet users all over the world.   Newmarket, is, after all, the Head Quarters of British Racing - some would say world racing, and no wonder.  The place is steeped in a rich racing history, and the facilities remain unrivalled.


 2013 started a bit slowly for Newmarket, but  picked up pace at the end of the summer.  FARHH won the Lockinge at Newbury for Saeed Bin Suroor,  (Sylvestre De Sousa).  Royal Ascot was tinged with sadness because of the recent death of Sir Henry Cecil, but many talented horses from Newmarket were in the winners enclosure.  Sir Michael Stoute returned to form with 3 winners including HILLSTAR , OPINION , and the fabulous  ESTIMATE winning the Gold Cup for Her Majesty, the Queen, making her the first monarch to win the race in the 200 years since it began.  All were ridden by Ryan Moore.  Clive Brittain won the Queen Mary (& the Moyglare Stakes at the Curragh) with RIZEENA (James Doyle), John Gosden won the Tercentenary Stakes with REMOTE (William Buick) and Lady Cecil kept Henry’s memory very much alive by winning the Ribblesdale with RIPOSTE (Tom Queally) and the Hardwicke Stakes with THOMAS CHIPPENDALE (Johnny Murtagh).  Roger Varian is having plenty of success, winning the Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh with AMBIVALENT  (Johnny Murtagh) and The Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster with KINGSTON HILL (Andrea Atzeni), while John Gosden took the Yorkshire Oaks at York and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown with THE FUGUE (William Buick), Lady Cecil won the Ebor with TIGER CLIFF (Tom Queally).  Robert Cowell was successful with JWALA in the Nunthorpe (Steve Drowne) and George Margarson flew the flag for Headquarters with LUCKY KRISTALE

(Tom Queally) in the Lowther Stakes.

2014 began with the Saeed Bin Suroor trained AFRICAN STORY (Sylvestre De Sousa)

winning the Dubai World Cup in Meydan for Sheik Mohammed, and John Ryan taking the Lincoln Handicap at Doncaster with OCEAN TEMPEST (Adam Kirby) John Gosden flew the flag for Newmarket at the Curragh, winning the Irish 2000 Guineas with KINGMAN, (James Doyle).  The same trainer  has also won The Oaks and The King George & Queen Elizabeth Stakes with TAGHROODA, (Paul Hanagan).  Royal Ascot yielded a bumper crop of winners for Headquarters, including KINGMAN, THE FUGUE, EAGLE TOP & RICHARD PANKHURST (John Gosden, William Buick), INTEGRAL, CANNOCK CHASE & TELESCOPE (Sir Michael Stoute, Ryan Moore), RIZEENA (Clive Brittain, Ryan Moore) CURSORY GLANCE (Roger Varian, Adrea Atzeni)

KINGMAN won The Sussex Stakes (John Gosden, James Doyle) and SULTANINA took

the Nassau Stakes (John Gosden, William Buick).  MUKHADRAM won the Coral Eclipse

(William Haggas, Paul Hanagan), while the last Classic, the St Leger was won

by KINGSTON HILL(Roger Varian, Andrea Atzeni)

Potential owners have so many trainers to choose from here,

in just about every price bracket, and all have

use of the outstanding gallops, which continue to be so superbly maintained by

Mr.William Gittus, the Managing Director at Jockey Club Estates, and his Heath men.

There is no doubt that Newmarket is the Number One place to train racehorses,

and I am proud to chair the Newmarket Trainers Federation,

which represents so many people with so much talent.

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