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The Tin Man lands James Fanshawe's first Royal Ascot winner in six years

Newmarket trainer James Fanshawe had to wait the outcome of a stewards' inquiry before being able to properly celebrate the respected yard's first Royal Ascot winner in six years, in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes on the festival's concluding Saturday.
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WINNING FEELING: Goldolphin trainer Charlie Appleby (right) pictured receiving The Havana Gold Maiden Stakes trophy earlier in the season at Newmarket's 1,000 Guineas, after Way Of Wisdom's success  Picture: Mark Westley

Rare Rhythm provides Charlie Appleby with 20/1 Royal Ascot winner

Town trainer Charlie Appleby was all smiles on the concluding day of Royal Ascot 2017 as 20/1 shot Rare Rhythm provided Godolphin with a sixth victory of the week, following his impressive success in the Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap.

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Joggers begin to close in on league leaders

Joggers begin to close in on league leaders

On home soil, Newmarket Joggers collected enough points to move up to second spot in the latest Kevin Henry 5km Series table.

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Busy time for Triathlon club

Busy time for Triathlon club

A busy weekend for Newmarket Cycling & Triathlon Club members started off with the Great East Swim at Alton Waters, where Eliot Bentley and Gillie Green both tackled the mile-long course.

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Callum Wilkinson

Wilkinson has eyes on World Championships

Callum Wilkinson will have the chance to rubber-stamp his place in the Great Britain squad for August’s World Athletics Championships in London this weekend.

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ON FORM: Danno Verge

Verge looking to the long term after his welcome return to form

Danno Verge has expressed his desire to extend his stay beyond the current season with the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in the National League.

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Big Orange (pictured winning at Newmarket) was victorious in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

Big Orange gives Bell Gold Cup glory

The Michael Bell-trained Big Orange won a nail biting Gold Cup at Royal Ascot this afternoon.

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HIGH HOPES: Big Orange

Trainer hopes Big Orange won’t sour

Big Orange has a ‘good chance’ of winning today’s prestigious Gold Cup at Ascot, according to his trainer Michael Bell.

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ALL SMILES: Richard Spencer had a first ever winner at Royal Ascot

Ascot glory for Spencer

Newmarket trainer Richard Spencer, in just his second-season with a licence, saddled his first Royal Ascot runner — and winner — when Rajasinghe landed the Group 2 Coventry Stakes in course-record time this afternoon.

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Trio of solo riders make light work of the gales

Trio of solo riders make light work of the gales

Max Sahota defied the blustery conditions to win Newmarket Cycling & Triathlon Club’s 9.5-mile event at Red Lodge last Wednesday.

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Downing once again victorious

Downing once again victorious

Last week’s race from Purbeck had South Road Flying Club members on their toes waiting for the liberation which was delayed due to mist at the racepoint.

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Eighth-placed finish from field in excess of 450

Eighth-placed finish from field in excess of 450

Mark Hayward was the leading light for 
Newmarket Joggers as they tackled the first round of the Suffolk Grand Prix 
Series in Stowmarket.

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Newmarket Hockey Club starts Summer League

Newmarket Hockey Club starts Summer League

Newmarket Hockey Club’s Mixed Summer League is under way, with new players welcome to join in the action.

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TOP FORM: Danno Verge

In-form Fen Tigers looking for more of the same this weekend

Kevin Jolly believes that sky-high confidence levels can help the Mildenhall Fen Tigers make a big impact in their 
National League Knockout Cup quarter-final tie against the Stoke Potters.

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Marsha (Sarah Oliveira) and Sir Mark Prescott after exercise Newmarket. Pic: Racing Post

Prescott’s filly leading Britain’s charge

It has been 21 years since his previous success, but Sir Mark Prescott believes he has a horse that is primed and ready to win him the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot for a second time.

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FRESH START: New coach Bruce Tarren passes on advice to young tennis players

Response to Open Day points to a much brighter tennis future

New head coach Bruce Tarran is hoping his vast experience will help Newmarket Tennis Club to enjoy more prosperous times, writes Liam 
Apicella.

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ROUNDERS MAD: Pippa is ready to hit it out of the park for the England Under-19s this season

Decade long love of rounders rewarded by England under19s

When Pippa Palmer first picked up a rounders bat at the age of nine, she fell in love with the game.

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TOP SCORER: Connor Mountain (red helmet) top scored for the Fen Tigers in the win against Plymouth

Fen Tigers target maximum points as National League title contenders

Connor Mountain feels it is imperative that the Mildenhall Fen Tigers take maximum points against the Buxton Hitmen on Sunday if they want to be considered genuine National League title contenders, writes Graham Clark.

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SIBLING RIVALRY: Callums debut time smashed by brother

Race walking prodigy returns to Moulton for five-mile event

The World Junior champion Callum Wilkinson was on show at the Moulton Open Five, but his younger brother also demanded a slice of attention this year.

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Rugby Action from Newmarket Rugby Club 1st XV v Dereham at Scaltback

Rugby Festival at town’s
club in July

Newmarket Rugby Club is holding a Rugby Festival this July, to get more of the local community involved in the game.

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