Bet on Newmarket Horse Racing at Bet UK

The horse racing betting odds just keep on coming at Bet UK and with some of the key feature races of the flat happening in the opening weeks of the season. We'll have all of the top live horse racing betting markets here at Bet UK, whether you're betting on the July Cup or the Guineas Meeting.

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Newmarket horse racing dates

Hosting only flat racing, Newmarket opens its door for racing in April and plays host to the first classics of the season. Following those, it's a number of other meetings across the summer, held on their famous July course before they close out the year back on the Rowley Mile will the Dewhurst Stakes in October.

Top Newmarket horse racing fixtures

The Newmarket horse racing calendar is packed full of feature races across the year, including evening meetings, but the two most notable are the Guineas Festival and the Moet & Chandon Festival. Operating a host of spring meetings and summer race days, many of the pinnace races held throughout the horse racing year at Newmarket will also have a say in who will pick up the Grade 1 wins later in the season. All of the key fixtures sandwich Royal Ascot, so if you're looking for a top performer, those are the places to look.

Below, we've listed the top races punters will most see at Newmarket across the calendar year:

May2000 GuineasGrade 1
May1000 GuineasGrade 1
JulyFalmouth StakesGrade 1
JulyJuly CupGrade 1
SeptemberFillies MileGrade 1
SeptemberSun Chariot StakesGrade 1
SeptemberCheveley Park StakesGrade 1
OctoberDewhurst StakesGrade 1

As well as these key feature races, we'll also have insight into some of the other feature horse racing meetings at the course, so whether it's the Spring Meeting in May, Stakes, the Princess of Wales Stakes, or Cesarewitch, we'll have you covered.

Newmarket 2000 Guineas

The first classic of the season is the Newmarket 2000 Guineas. Held as part of the Qipco Guineas Festival, the race is open to both colts and fillies aged three years old. Although it tends to be only colts which feature, it's the first part of UK horse racing Triple Crown alongside the Derby at the St Leger at Doncaster. The leading trainer for this race is Aidan O'Brien, with ten wins since 1988, and he'll be looking to pick up yet another victory here.

Bet on the 2,000 Guineas

Newmarket 1000 Guineas

The second feature race of the season at Newmarket racecourse is the 1000 Guineas. Open only to three-year-old fillies. The race is run on the Rowley Mile over one mile. The first race in the fillies triple crown, alongside the Oaks at Epsom and the St Leger, it has been won most recently by Aidan O'Brien on six of the last seven occasions.

Here at Bet UK, we'll have all of the top 1000 Guineas betting odds and tips for 1000 Guineas available before the race, so you'll always be in the know.

Bet on the 1,000 Guineas

Newmarket UK Horse racing results

Throughout the year, while also covering the main UK horse racing betting odds, we'll also be letting our punters know about the results of all the feature races across the calendar. So whether you're browsing the online sports betting markets or placing your bets on the course, we'll have you covered.

Newmarket Course Guide

One of the most famous racecourses in the UK and the spiritual home of horse racing, Newmarket has two courses that feature throughout the year and will be used for some of the top grade one racing contests.

The Rowley Mile Course

The first is the Rowley Mile which can feature races up to two miles and four furlongs and is the longest straight in UK horse racing, with just one minor turn before the run to home.

The July Course

The second course at Newmarket is the July course, which is only a short two miles compared to Rowley Mile and has a different finishing post. The July Course is a lot flatter than the other course at the track and many others across the UK. Featuring the mile straight known as the Bunbury Mile, it levels off approaching the final furlong, which means there is no bias towards any horses in the closing stages of a race.

Who owns Newmarket Races?

Like many other courses across the UK, including Aintree, Cheltenham, Epsom, and Sandown, Newmarket is owned by the Jockey Club. Managing the upkeep of many courses across the UK, the Jockey Club is made up of four businesses that manage racing estates and horse welfare.

Watch Newmarket Races Live At Bet UK

If you're unable to attend races across the UK at Bet UK, we now offer live streaming of all UK and Irish horse racing when you place an online horse racing bet in our sportsbook market. You'll never miss the main events, whether it's the Derby, the Irish Guineas, or the Cheltenham Festival.

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