Charlie Fellowes buzzing as fans return to Henry Cecil Open Weekend with stars Stradivarius and Palace Pier on show

CHARLIE FELLOWES cannot wait to welcome the public back to Newmarket for the star-studded Henry Cecil Open Weekend.

The trainer, the event chairman, has been boosted by the news that a record 30 yards will open their stable doors to adults and kids a week tomorrow to help raise cash for charity.

Fellowes said: "It's brilliant news to have the support of so many trainers in the town.

"It's a chance for everyone to raise money for charity and also remember Sir Henry, a true legend of the sport."

The two-day event starts a week today with tours and exhibitions plus the chance to meet Battaash.

On an actionpacked Sunday fans can visit all the yards and will also get the chance to see Palace Pier, Mishriff and Stradivarius put through their paces on the famous Warren Hill gallops.


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Fellowes said: "The weekend is one of celebration and fun while raising money for our fantastic charities."

Prices start at £15 per person for a weekend wristband, or £17 per person on the day in the town. Children aged 16 and under go free all weekend.

Over 30 yards will swing open their doors to the public across the weekend, including the likes of Roger Varian, George Boughey and Saeed bin Suroor.

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