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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.

Popular Kingsdown gallop re-opens for business after refurbishment
19th July 2019 Lambourn

Kingsdown, one of the principal gallops available to Lambourn-trained horses, has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment by Jockey Club Estates.

Joint funded project increases safety of Newmarket’s horse crossings
26th March 2019 Newmarket

Suffolk Highways and Jockey Club Estates working together

Report highlights the value of the Valley of the Racehorse
25th March 2019 Lambourn

Lambourn racing industry contributes over £22.6m per annum

Newmarket trainers break record for Group 1 victories in vintage year
22nd January 2019 Newmarket

A record 37 wins at the top level achieved across four continents

Year end figures highlight 2018 successes for Lambourn trainers
17th January 2019 Lambourn

2018 was a very fruitful year for Lambourn trained horses, the best since Jockey Club Estates took on the Mandown Training Grounds in 2006.

Council approves multi-million pound redevelopment of historic Epsom yard
17th December 2018 Epsom

Downs House plans get green light.

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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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