NEWMARKET RACEHORSE TRAINERS

NEWMARKET TRAINERS FEDERATION       CHAIRMAN :      Mark Tompkins VICE CHAIRMAN:  William JarvisIf you cannot find what you want on this site, please email barbmitchell@talktalk.net

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INTRODUCTION BY MARK TOMPKINS


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.


2017 has got off to quite a slow start for Newmarket Trainers but there is still a long way to go

and lots of Group races to be won!

Martyn Meade kicked off the season with a good win in the Craven Stakes at Headquarters, with EMINENT,

ridden by Jim Crowley, and Joh Gosden took the Oaks with ENABLE ridden by Frankie Dettori.

Royal Ascot, although dominated by Aiden O’Brien’s horses, saw some good winners for Newmarket, starting with a fairy tale first  Royal Ascot winner for new trainer, Richard Spencer and RAJASINGHE (Stevie Donohue), CORONET won the Ribblesdale for John Gosden (Olivier Peslier).  He also took the Queen’s Vase with STRADIVARIUS (Andrea Atzeni)

The ever popular BIG ORANGE hung on determinedly to scoop the Gold Cup for Michael Bell and James Doyle, while the Diamond Jubilee was won by THE TIN MAN for James Fanshawe and Tom Queally.  John Gosden continued his winning ways in the Lancashire Oaks with THE BLACK PRINCESS (Robert Tart) and Michael Stoute took the Coral Eclipse with ULYSSES (Jim Crowley).



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.




To find out about racing at Newmarket, please ring 01638 663482 or follow this link

  http://www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk

A list of 2016 race meetings can be found on the Race Fixtures page on this site.