Cesarewitch Trial Day Hospitality Packages
See our range of Cesarewitch Trial Day Hospitality Packages at Newmarket in 2024
The Cesarewitch Trial Day, also known as the Cesarewitch Handicap and is one of the most historic and prestigious horse racing events on the calendar. It’s history stretches all the way back to 1839. The first ever winner of this event was Cruiskeen who won it for the first and only time. The most recent winner of the event is Run For Oscar, who was ridden by David Egan, won in 2022 with a time of 3:52.87.
Eventmasters offer a plethora of luxurious experiences as part of our hospitality packages for the Cesarewitch Trial Day. One of our packages, the Champions Gallery Restaurant Package, offers three experiences: The Jockey Club Entree, The Premier Restaurant and the VIP Restaurant Experience. They all offer admission for the premier enclosure and the restaurant facility, as well as offering a luxurious meal and betting facilities.
The Private Grandstand Box Hospitality Package is another first-class hospitality package that we offer for Cesarewitch, which also offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences: The Platinum Box Experience, The VIP Box Experience, The Premier Box Experience and the Classic Box Experience. They all offer a set meal, a race card, a drinks service to your table as well as admission for the Premier Enclosure and the restaurant facility.
Date: Saturday 21st September 2024
More about the Cesarewitch Trial Day:
The Cesarewitch Trial Day, also known as the Cesarewitch Handicap, is a prestigious event which brings with it an illustrious history and a large crowd for every renewal of the event. The event began all the way back to 1839. The name of the event is in honour of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, after he donated £300 to the Jockey Club.
The event currently takes place at the Rowley Mile, a racecourse located at the famous Newmarket racecourse, which has a great history itself, with horse racing taking place there since 1667. This means that the venue has been hosting horse racing for over 350 years.
The initial location chosen to hold the Cesarewitch ahead of the Cambridgeshire but was reversed. A total of three horses completed the double (Cesarewitch & Cambridgeshire) in the 19th Century: Rosebery (1876), Foxhall (1881) and Plaisanterie (1885).
The most successful horse is Aaim to Prosper with 2 wins in 2010 and 2012. In contrast, the most successful jockey in the event’s history is Doug Smith, who won with Canatrice (1939), French Design (1954), Sandiacre (1957), Come to Daddy (1959), Alcove (1960) and finally with Persion Lancer (1966).
There have been five different winners in the Cesarewitch are as follows: Low Sun (Seamie Heffernan, 2018), Stratum (Jason Watson, 2019), Great White Shark (Jason Watson, 2020), Buzz (Oisin Murphy, 2021) & Run For Oscar (2022).
There is no better way to experience the 2024 Cesarewitch Trial Day than with one of Eventmasters’ VIP Luxury Hospitality Packages.
Cesarewitch Trial Day & Newmarket Racecourse FAQs:
When and where does the Cesarewitch Trial Day take place?
The 2024 Cesarewitch Trial Day takes place at the Newmarket Racecourse with dates yet to be announced.
Is there a dress code?
Yes, there is a dress code for when you attend the Cesarewitch Trial Day. For the Premier Enclosure, male racegoers should be wearing smart trousers, shirt and smart shoes. Ladies can wear a hat but this is not compulsory. Jeans should not be worn, if they are they need to be dark denim.
For the Grandstand & Paddock and Garden enclosures, sportswear and sleeveless vests should not be worn but smart denim is acceptable (But not frayed or ripped). You are not allowed to wear sports trainers, with fancy dress permitted. All children should be dressed smartly.
What facilities are available for disabled spectators?
There are various facilities on offer for the disabled. Guide dogs are allowed (you will have to produce a valid identification document from Assistance Dogs UK or the international equivalent. There are also accessible toilets available at the following locations: Millennium Grandstand, Premier Courtyard, Paddock Bar area and the Garden Enclosure.
Please note that there are NO accessible toilet facilities available in the Head On Stand located on the Rowley Mile.
Is the venue cashless?
Yes, the venue is completely cashless, with there being no cash machines on site.
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