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Gold for Newmarket; IN BRIEF.

NEWMARKET'S July course has become the 15th track to achieve ROA Gold Standard Award status, with a formal presentation to be held during racing on Saturday.

The award recognises overall excellence in the raceday experience for owners, their horses and stable staff.

Dena Arstall, ROA Council member and Gold Standard Committee member, said: "Stephen Wallis and his team have worked hard to offer a firstclass experience for owners with runners.

"Stephen has achieved the commendable feat of becoming the first racecourse managing director to attain the Gold Standard for two different courses, having secured the award at Epsom. We hope he will be able to achieve a notable treble with the Rowley Mile course joining the Gold Standard ranks."
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Aug 27, 2009
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