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The Cambridge Independent has got 10 pairs of tickets to give away to the Cambridgeshire Day meeting at Newmarket's Rowley Mile racecourse on Saturday (September 28).

It promises to be a spectacular day of racing, featuring the famous bet365 Cambridgeshire Heritage Handicap, which is the first leg of the historic autumn double (the second being The Cesarewitch at Dubai Future Champions Festival). More than 30 horses will thunder up The Rowley Mile during the race.

Racing at Newmarket Rowley Mile. Picture: Mark Westley
Racing at Newmarket Rowley Mile. Picture: Mark Westley

The finale to The Cambridgeshire Meeting, the day will also feature two Group 1 races including the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes and the Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes.

Leading horses from the Middle Park Stakes sometimes go on to compete in the following season's QIPCO 2000 Guineas.

And it's not just fantastic horse-racing that makes The Cambridgeshire Meeting, which begins on Thursday, stand out. Newmarket’s fantastic Real Ale Festival, which runs throughout the meeting, showcases some of the best brews from the local area and further afield. There will be dozens of real ales and ciders for racegoers to sample plus live music and much more.

How to enter

For your chance to win a pair of tickets to Saturday's racing, simply answer this question:

Which county is celebrated in this week's racing? A) Cambridgeshire B) Hertfordshire C) Essex.

Email your answer, together with your full name and address, and date of birth, to letters@iliffemedia.co.uk by 12pm on Wednesday (September 25). Please put 'Newmarket competition' in the subject line.

Ten winners will be chosen at random, and their tickets will be posted out on Wednesday.

The rules

Entrants must be over 18 to enter. Tickets are complimentary and cannot be sold on.

Our usual competition terms and conditions apply. The editor's decision is final.

Posted by Gemma Gardner on Wednesday, 30 October 2019

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