The Cambridgeshire Meeting: Highlight Races

The Cambridgeshire Meeting is the first big race of the Newmarket Gold Season at the Rowley Mile Racecourse. It takes place over three days at the end of September and features some top class racing to get excited about. Naturally, NRT will be on hand providing transport for horses on the day to ensure that our clients’ contenders are where they need to be, when they need to be there!
Big Races at The Cambridgeshire Meeting

The big day at The Cambridgeshire Meeting is Saturday 30th September. This fantastic day’s racing brings with it the Cambridgeshire Heritage Handicap which is the first half of the historic Autumn Double and the highly anticipated highlight of the meeting.

Along with this there will be two Group 1 Races, the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes and the Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes, both are highly contested and are sure to bring with them all the thrills and excitement that you would expect from this standard of racing.

Finally, although the above will be fantastic to watch, possibly the most entertaining race of the meeting will be a special flat race from the Shetland Pony Grand National team! This will be taking place before the first race on Friday 29th September so make sure you’re there early so you don’t miss it!

Transport For Horses to The Cambridgeshire Meeting

As with any race meeting, it is extremely important to not only ensure that the horses arrive in plenty of time, but also as relaxed as possible. That’s where we come in. NRT has been providing transport for horses to The Cambridgeshire and some of the most prestigious race meetings in the world for many years, giving us unrivalled skill and knowledge in the field.

Transport for horses of such high value and with such a highly-strung temperament can be an intimidating task for the inexperienced, however, our team know their stuff are here to give you the peace of mind that you need.

If you are interested in transport for horses to this or any other race meeting, get in touch to see how we can help. Call us on 01638 663155 or click here.

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