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Win tickets for a family day at Newmarket Racecourse


By Ben Comber


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We've got 50 tickets to give away for a day at the races on Cesarewitch Trial Day

The dual award-winning Cambridge Independent has teamed up with Newmarket Racecourse to offer 25 pairs of tickets to a great day at the races.

Our Community Fun Day takes place on September 23 – the Cesarewitch Trial Day, which is part of the Gold Season on The Rowley Mile.

On the track, there will be an exciting seven-race card including the Cesarewitch Trial, a warm-up for the Betfred Cesarewitch Heritage Handicap which takes place at Future Champions Festival, and is the second leg of the historic Autumn Double (the first being the Betfred Cambridgeshire Handicap).

Racegoers will be treated to exclusive on-course racing commentary from a handful of racehorse trainers, who have agreed to attempt to master the art of commentating to raise money for charity.

There will be free racecourse tours and lots of fun children’s entertainment, including inflatables, face painting, poo bingo and Rowley’s Kids Club activities.

Your tickets will be for the grandstand and paddock area.

Accompanied under-18s can enter for free.

To enter, simply fill in the form.

Entries must be received by Thursday, September 7. Winners will receive their tickets by post.

Usual Iliffe Media rules apply, the editor’s decision is final and no cash alternative will be offered. Winners will be expected to make their own travel arrangements.



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