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Godolphin Stables

Coordinates: Template:Coord/input/dec Godolphin Stables is a thoroughbred race horse stable built next to the prestigious Bury Road in the horse racing town of Newmarket, Suffolk in England.

Built by Frederick Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby and originally known as the Stanley House Stables, it was acquired by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's Godolphin racing operation and renamed Godolphin Stables.

It now serves as the base for Godolphin's British operations.

It was formerly known as Stanley House Stables.


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