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Suffolk Punch Horses on Display

We are delighted to be welcoming the Suffolk Horse Society – and the world-famous Suffolk Punch breed – back to the National Horseracing Museum on Sunday 1st October.

  • 1st October 2023 - 1st October 2023
  • 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

We are delighted to be welcoming the Suffolk Horse Society – and the world-famous Suffolk Punch breed – back to the National Horseracing Museum on Sunday 1st October.

Join us at the Peter O’Sullevan Arena from 11am – 12:30pm or 2:30pm – 4pm for a special Suffolk Punch display. This rare breed of workhorse is a sight to behold, and one not to be missed.

You will be able to meet these beautiful horses and find out more about Suffolk Punches, so save the date for what is sure to be a fantastic day!

Cost of entry to Suffolk Punch Horses on Display:

Entrance is included within the cost of general admission. This gives you access to all areas including the National Horseracing Museum, Palace House and the Rothschild Yard, where you can meet retired racehorses!

To buy your ticket, click here and choose the date on which you’d like to attend – Sunday 1st October 2023 in this instance. When you get here, upgrade to an Annual Pass for FREE. This gives you unlimited access for 12 months from the date of your first visit.

Already an existing Annual Pass holder? Head to the shop on arrival to scan your ticket and pick up a day badge.

Why not make a day of it and book a table for lunch at The Tack Room restaurant, or order a picnic from The Bakery to enjoy in our beautiful grounds.

To find out more about the Suffolk Horse Society click here.

Please note: Members of the Suffolk Horse Society can attend this event for free. Simply show your membership card on the day.

Time:
11am – 12:30pm & 2:30pm – 4pm

Price:
Included in General Admission

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Facilities

  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Blue Badge Parking
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Wheel chair accessible
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