Horses

Horses

We are pleased to bring you details of the horses that will be running in Newmarket Racing Club’s Royal Blue and Emerald Green colours this year – with more to come as we continue negotiations! You will also find some of the heroes and heroines who have served us so well over the years. 

Newmarket Racing Club also bring you the opportunity to purchase a share in a racehorse as part of our Owners Scheme.
Outright ownership of a racehorse can be considered the ultimate luxury and, with thoughtful and considered management, it can be a source of great pleasure and fulfilment!


Present

Here you will find details of our latest additions to the team. With negotiations continuing, if you would like early notice of additions to our stock, please sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of the page.

Balgair

BALGAIR

Balgair – a 6yo son of Australian stallion Foxwedge and the winner of four races including here at Newmarket, on the July course. 


Bullington Boy

BULLINGTON BOY

Bullington Boy is a 4yo gelding, trained at Abington Place, the former home of both Harry and Geoff Wragg and now home to Jane Chapple Hyam’s string.


Unnamed – 2yo Filly by Sixties Icon x Rose Cheval

UNNAMED – 2YO FILLY BY SIXTIES ICON X ROSE CHEVAL

This 2yo filly, by Sixties Icon, comes from a racy family, full of winners and will be trained by Charlie Fellowes, who has had a breakthrough year in 2019!


Past

Find our more about our track record and some of the horses who have brought our royal blue and emerald green colours home to the Winner’s Enclosure.

Until Midnight

Until Midnight

Half brother to the The Happy Hammer and other prolific winners.

The Happy Hammer

The Happy Hammer

Well related, ten-time winner by top sire, Acclamation.

Joey Tribbiani

Joey Tribbiani

Four time winner over fences including at Aintree.

Bandler Ching

Bandler Ching

Three time winner by Sri Pekan.

Monica Geller

Monica Geller

Three time winner by Komaite.

Phoebe Buffay

Phoebe Buffay

Six time winning mare by Petardia.

Ursa Major

Ursa Major

Sweet as a nut off the track, on it a true warrior, winning eleven times.