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Managers of first-class training facilities and property

Jockey Club Estates is the property and land management arm of The Jockey Club group. The company manages a substantial and diverse property portfolio and is responsible for the management and maintenance of facilities at three major racehorse training centres, Newmarket, Lambourn and Epsom.

Lambourn Training Grounds are proving a big attraction
8th November 2018 Lambourn

Number of horses regularly using the Jockey Club Estates training grounds has more than doubled to over 800

Newmarket trainers deliver record haul of 37 Group 1 winners in one season
8th November 2018 Newmarket

In 2018 more Group 1 winners have been prepared on the Newmarket Training Grounds than ever before.

Al Bahathri gallop re-opens after refurbishment
18th January 2018 Newmarket

Polytrack gallop has been re-opened after two months.

Horseracing HQ grows Newmarket economy by £34M
10th July 2017 Newmarket

Update study reveals 16.3% growth in economic impact of horseracing industry and 9.5% growth in jobs in Newmarket and surrounds

Accident and emergency procedures upgraded on Newmarket training grounds
23rd October 2016 Newmarket

Jockey Club Estates announced today the introduction of ‘Heath Medics’, two members of the Newmarket Training Grounds management team who have undergone medical training so that they can attend to injured riders while awaiting the arrival of the Emergency Services.

Jockey Club Estates take steps to help housing problem facing racing staff
31st August 2016 Newmarket

Plans for new dwellings for racing staff unveiled

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Managers of first-class training facilities

Jockey Club Estates is responsible for the management and maintenance of facilities at three major racehorse training centres, Newmarket, Lambourn and Epsom.

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Providing a first-class service to our customers

The principal objectives of Jockey Club Estates are the continued development of its training grounds as centres of excellence and the managing of its property portfolio in a commercial manner whilst protecting and promoting The Jockey Club’s values and heritage.

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