HM The Queen Becomes Patron of National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket

HM Queen Camilla on a recent trip to the Museum in Newmarket | National Horseracing Museum

Following in the footsteps of the late Queen Elizabeth II, Her Majesty Queen Camilla has accepted an invitation to become the royal patron of the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket, the organization announced via presser on Monday.

The announcement was made to mark the first anniversary of the coronation and a new Royal Yard tour has been launched by Discover Newmarket. It includes visits to Clarehaven Stables, where the King and Queen have horses in training.

“Queen Elizabeth II opened the National Horseracing Museum in November 2016 and was a wonderful supporter during her reign, visiting Newmarket on multiple occasions,” said Frances Stanley, the chairman of the Museum's board of trustees. “It is with absolute delight that the National Horseracing Museum received this latest news from Buckingham Palace.”

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