Queen Alexandra Stables

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Queen Alexandra Stables is an historic yard, dating from the late nineteenth century, which was once part of John Lambton, 3rd Earl of Durham's Harraton Court Stables. The stables were proudly renamed after Gay's famous win at Royal Ascot in the Queen Alexandra Stakes. During the years of success with group and major handicap winners, the property has been renovated to a high standard .
In a peaceful and secure location in the village of Exning on the northern outskirts of Newmarket, the stables are in Chapel Street in close proximity to Newmarket Heath Training Grounds accessed by a short hack on the horse walks owned by Jockey Club Estates. 
Queen Alexandra Stables has 32 boxes. Main courtyard comprising eight traditional boxes and the yard office. Deceptively large timber framed barn with 14 internal boxes and tack room. Side yard with 10 boxes and feed room.
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