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Clarehaven Stables

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Clarehaven Stables is a Thoroughbred horse racing stable built next to the Bury Road in the horse racing town of Newmarket, Suffolk.

It was built early in the 20th Century and was bought by the businessman and philanthropist Sir David Robinson in the 1960s, after which it became the base for his successful racing operation.

It is now home to racehorse trainer John Gosden, who has trained Breeders' Cup Classic winner Raven's Pass and St. Leger Stakes winner Lucarno there, among many others.


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