In 2016, RoR will form part of a major new visitor attraction in the heart of Newmarket at Palace House, The National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.
It will be a unique venue offering three attractions in one place; a flagship home to the Retraining of Racehorses charity, The National Horseracing Museum, and a National Gallery for British Sporting Art. It is the transformative project that has been taking place after years of meticulous planning and fundraising, and will offer an inspiring day out for all.
Palace House, which occupies the last remaining element of Charles II’s racing palace, will enable the public to interact with and learn how a thoroughbred is trained to race and how it is retrained for a new career. There will be daily demonstrations using retrained racehorses and permanent galleries explaining the work of the RoR.