Tour of Royal Yards to Celebrate Platinum Jubilee

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Tours of the Royal Yards will be offered to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Royal trainers William Haggas, Michael Bell and John and Thady Gosden will open the doors of their stables for a series of Royal Yard Tours this summer to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Discover Newmarket will host the tours, which offer visitors a behind-the-scenes look at Somerville Lodge, Fitzroy House, and Clarehaven, where Her Majesty has horses in training. The royal trainers will also take guests to the Gallops– the training grounds around Newmarket. The full-day tour includes a visit to the National Stud, where a stallion parade will be conducted by the former manager of The Royal Studs in addition to a visit to the National Horseracing Museum, which The Queen opened in 2016 on the original site of Charles II's Palace and Stables.

Discover Newmarket is also providing the Newmarket's Racing Royalty Tour, which explores the town's connections with the monarchy for over 350 years, since Charles II's horse won the very first recorded horse race in history. A guided tour of Palace House is also included.

Royal Yard Tours cost £165 per person and are available May 31 (Somerville Lodge), July 1 (Fitzroy House), and a date to be announced (Clarehaven).

The Newmarket Racing Royalty Tour is offered at £40 per person and is available May 7, June 20, Sept. 3 and Oct. 14, or as a private tour for a £50 supplement.

For more information, visit https://discovernewmarket.co.uk.

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