Newmarket

 

Newmarket Racecourses,
Westfield House,
The Links,
Newmarket,
Suffolk.
CB8 0TG.

01638 675500

http://newmarket.thejockeyclub.co.uk/more-information/owners-trainers

@NewmarketRace

General

CONTACTS:

Regional Director - East: Amy Starkey Amy.Starkey@thejockeyclub.co.uk - 01638 675501
General Manager: Sophie Able Sophie.Able@thejockeyclub.co.uk - 01638 675501 
Executive Assistant: Katy Edwards – katy.edwards@thejockeyclub.co.uk 
Regional Head of Racing - East: Michael Prosser Michael.Prosser@thejockeyclub.co.uk - 01638 675504
Regional Racing Relations Manager (Owners & Trainers Liaison): Anna Metekohy anna.metekohy@thejockeyclub.co.uk 01638 675556 / 07884 655443

ROA INFORMATION:
Gold Standard awards:
   Rowley Mile: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2019
   July Course: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019
Racecourse Badge Scheme for Owners fixtures: 26 of 39 fixtures
ROA Car Park Label exemptions: None

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Horsemans Group Prize-money contract: Yes - Premier Tier
Racecourse Group: Jockey Club Racecourses
Racing Channel: Racing TV
(Rowley) Right-handed course. Click here for Racing Post course guide
(July) Right-handed course. Click here for Racing Post course guide
Racecourse Photographer: John Hoy 07594 056996 hoycubed@btinternet.com - hoycubed@gmail.com
Stable capacity: 135

TRAVEL INFORMATION:
By Car: The A11 and A14 provide easy access from the major cities of East Anglia and from the M11 and A1 / M1 respectively. If you are travelling along the M11 from London please use the following directions:
Rowley Mile:
Merge onto the A11 at junction 9, signposted Newmarket and Norwich.
After 10 miles branch left and merge onto the A1304, signposted Newmarket.
After 5 miles take the third exit at the roundabout.
Travel along the Cambridge Road for 1 mile and then turn left, signposted Rowley Mile Conference Centre.
Turn left again and you will be on the Rowley Mile drive.Sat Nav postcode: CB8 0TF
July Course:
Merge onto the A11 at junction 9, signposted Newmarket and Norwich.
After 10 miles branch left and merge onto the A1304, signposted Newmarket.
After 5 miles take the second exit at the roundabout, signposted The July Racecourse. Sat Nav postcode - CB8 0XE
Newmarket Shuttle Bus Service: A complimentary shuttle bus service runs on all race days between Newmarket town centre and the racecourse. Starting approximately 2 hours before the first race the service picks up outside Hughes Electrical Store on the High Street and at the train station. The return journeys from the racecourse commence around 45 minutes before the last race and continue for up to 2 hours.The bus will drop off at the train station and at the bus stop on The Avenue (just off the High Street). At the Racecourse the shuttle bus service will drop off and collect from the middle of annual badge holders car park, outside premier entrance 1 at the July Course and outside the Grandstand and Paddock Entrance on The Rowley Mile. Both areas will be clearly signed. Please note: On evening race meetings the return journeys start after the last race and run until the buses are stood down by the racecourse.
By Rail: Regular commuter services run from London Kings Cross and Liverpool Street to Cambridge, Stansted Airport and Ipswich where onward connections by rail or road can be made to Newmarket.
By Air: Stansted Airport is a 35 minute drive and it is only a 15 minute drive to Cambridge Airport from Newmarket Racecourse. 
Rotary Aircraft (helicopters) and fixed wing aircraft are permitted to land at both the July Course and the Rowley Mile with prior permission. On racedays there will be a driver available to transport guests landing at the July Course to the Rowley Mile. 
If you would like to land a helicopter or fixed wing aircraft at either racecourse please visit www.helipad.co.uk/booking/event to arrange your landing.

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Tier System

Racecourses look forward to welcoming owners on-course.  In line with Government Stage 5 Guidance and Sports Grounds Safety Authority requirements, owners will be asked to sign up to the Owners Code, which is supported within the BHA Owners Protocols

WHICH TIER IS EACH COURSE IN?

Please check which Tier your racecourse is in before traveling.

From 00.01 Thursday 31 December:

Tier 2

No courses

Racecourses in Tier 1 and Tier 2

  • Admittance to the Amber Zone will be for owners and spectators with specific areas/facilities reserved for owners only (including debrief areas).
  • The suggested minimum badge allocation for owners is 4 per runner where this can be accommodated.
  • Sports Grounds Safety Authority Requirements state that all tickets must be booked in advance with no on the day allocations. Bookings can only be made by the Owner1, who must observe the booking deadline of 4pm the day before racing.
  • Name and contact information must be provided for the owner and all guests, to meet NHS Test and Trace requirements.
  • The lockdown total limit of 45 owners on course at any one time will not apply and there will be no limits on the amount of time owners can spend at the racecourse
  • Owners will continue to be prohibited from access to the Green Zone.
  • There are no requirements for temperature taking and/or any other health screening at the racecourse entrance unless mandated locally.
  • Owners must adhere to the Rule of 6 and in Tier 2 areas must not socialise with anyone they do not live with or who is not in their support bubble when indoors.
  • Food and beverage provision does not need to be table service, and alcohol may be served without a substantial meal. Owners must be seated to consume their food/drink.
  • Take away style food and non-alcoholic beverages from concessions may be available.
  • Face coverings3 will be mandatory in all areas, unless eating or drinking.
  • Owners from Tier 3 areas will be to able attend fixtures, on the basis that they are travelling for work purposes.
  • Owners from Tier 4 areas will not be to able attend.
  • Trainers may only enter the Amber Zone if they are allocated a badge as part of the Owner’s allocation (i.e. as the guest of the owner) or if they have purchased a ticket as a spectator.
  • Separate badge allocation will not be provided for trainers. There must be NO crossing of zones on any day.
  • Racecourse Badge Scheme for Owners and Racecourse Badge Scheme for Breeders will not be in operation until further notice

Tier 3

AINTREE, CATTERICK, DONCASTER, EXETER, HAYDOCK PARK, HEREFORD, LUDLOW, NEWTON ABBOT,  WETHERBY, WORCESTER

Racecourses in Tier 3

  • Access to the Amber Zone will be limited to owners attending for work purposes only.
  • Owners will continue to be prohibited from access to the Green Zone. Debrief areas will continue to be provided.
  • The Amber Zone health screening and temperature testing processes will apply
  • The suggested badge allocation should not exceed 4 per runner.
  • Sports Grounds Safety Authority Requirements state that all tickets must be booked in advance with no on the day allocations. Bookings can only be made by the Owner, who must observe the booking deadline of 4pm the day before racing.
  • Name and contact information must be provided for the owner and all guests, to meet NHS Test and Trace requirements
  • The lockdown total limit of 45 owners on course at any one time will not apply and there will be no limits on the amount of time owners can spend at the racecourse
  • Owners from Tier 4 areas will not be to able attend.
  • Trainers may only enter the Amber Zone if they are allocated a badge as part of the Owner’s allocation (i.e. as the guest of the owner). Separate badge allocation will not be provided for trainers. There must be NO crossing of zones on any day.
  • Face coverings will be mandatory in all areas.
  • There should be no presentations to winning connections.
  • Canteen style food (either for seated consumption or for take away) and non-alcoholic beverages may be provided. Alcohol will not be provided
  • Racecourse Badge Scheme for Owners and Racecourse Badge Scheme for Breeders will not be in operation until further notice

Tier 4

ASCOT, CARLISLE, CARTMEL, CHELMSFORD CITY, CHELTENHAM, FAKENHAM, FONTWELL PARK, HEXHAM, HUNTINGDON, KEMPTON PARK, LEICESTER, LINGFIELD PARK, MARKET RASEN, NEWBURY, NEWCASTLE, PLUMPTON, SANDOWN PARK, SEDGEFIELD, SOUTHWELL, STRATFORD, TAUNTON, UTTOXETER WARWICK, WINCANTON, WOLVERHAMPTON

Racecourses in Tier 4

The Amber Zone will not be in operation at racecourses in Tier 4 areas, and owners will not be permitted to attend.

[1] Allocation requests from any third parties, including the Trainer or Racing Manager, will not be accepted.

[2] Subject to changes over the Christmas Period

[3] Recommendation is that face coverings are 3 layer with no valve.

[4] This is the registered owner of the horse or, if the owner cannot attend they may reallocate their badge to their representative – who is to be either an immediate family member (mother/father/child/sibling/spouse); or their official agent – who is employed or has Authority to Act.  This DOES NOT include Trainers

[5] This is the registered owner of the horse or, if the owner cannot attend they may reallocate their badge to their representative – who is to be either an immediate family member (mother/father/child/sibling/spouse); or their official agent – who is employed or has Authority to Act.  This DOES NOT include Trainers