The Rowley Mile - nicknamed 'The Course of Champions' - sets the scene for three days of racing perfection at Newmarket's Cambridgeshire Meeting in late September to early October.
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Cheveley Park Stakes
The Cheveley Park Stakes are Newmarket Racecourse's most anticipated all-girls event. The flat race is open to two-year-old fillies only, making it one of the rare Group 1 events to put the spotlight on up-and-coming female equine athletes.
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Middle Park Stakes
The Middle Park Stakes are the masculine equivalent of the Cheveley Park Stakes, the most prestigious fillies' event to be held at Newmarket Racecourse.
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Sun Chariot Stakes
The Sun Chariot Stakes are the last of three Group 1 races staged during the Cambridgeshire Meeting. It is run on the famous Rowley Mile, over the full one mile distance, as a flat race open to thoroughbred fillies and mares aged three and older.
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The Cambridgeshire Handicap is the first half of the infamous Autumn Double and it tests the speed and determination of thoroughbreds aged three and over to the limits. This event is held annually at Newmarket and has been running for almost 200 years, making it a true highlight for fans of thoroughbred horse racing history.
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Possibly the most famous racecourse in the UK, the Newmarket Racecourse consists of the Rowley Mile Course and the July Course, both flat tracks. As the heart of British horseracing, Newmarket Racecourse holds races in Spring, Autumn and Summer. It is located in Suffolk, England, and 9 Group 1 races are held there each year.
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