Students from across Britain are being invited to Newmarket’s Rowley Mile Racecourse next month in an attempt to help them find a dream job in the racing industry.
The racetrack, home of both the Qipco 1000 and 2000 Guineas, will hold its second Racing For Jobs event, throughout Dubai Future Champions Day on Saturday October 12.
“We were delighted with the success of the first Racing For Jobs event last year,” said Amy Starkey, managing director of Newmarket Racecourses.
“It is going to be bigger and better this year when we showcase more career opportunities with racing for the student future champions tomorrow.”
Organisations set attend the event include The Jockey Club, The National Stud and The British Racing School.
In addition Newmarket trainers Ed Walker and Amy Weaver will hold a question and answer session, while current World Touring Car Championships drivers’ champion, and ambassador of Newmarket Racecourses, Rob Huff will be on hand talk about horsepower of a different kind.
Prior to racing getting underway at the track Dalham Hall Stud will offer an insight over brunch into the Darley Flying Start Programme, a two-year international management training programme for future industry leaders.
All students aged 25 and under will also receive free admission into the grandstand and paddock enclosure for racing on the day.
For more information visit www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk