Time & Motion: Capturing the Lifeblood of a Racing Yard

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We are thrilled to bring you an exclusive collection of stunning black and white photographs by Jayne Odell FRPS.

The Time & Motion exhibition captures the lifeblood of a racing yard, and runs from July 9th to December 4th.

Jayne Odell developed a passion for equine photography after moving to Newmarket in 2016. Her work conveys the unique rhythm of a town devoted to horse racing as she captures beautiful images of thoroughbreds in training as well as the landscape and kinfolk of Newmarket. Jayne became a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 2020 and is now an Assessment Panel Member.

In her first exhibition for the National Horseracing Museum, Jayne captures the atmosphere and emotion of moments rarely seen by those outside racing and her images show the diversity, talent and dedication of those working ‘behind-the-scenes’ in racing.

We are honoured to exhibit Jayne’s work in the Moller Gallery, and appreciate the openness and honesty of all those who agreed to take part.

Cost of entry to Time & Motion: Capturing the Lifeblood of a Racing Yard:

Entrance is included within the cost of general admission. This gives you access to all areas including the National Horseracing Museum, Palace House and the Rothschild Yard, where you can meet retired racehorses!

To buy your ticket, click here and choose the date on which you’d like to attend. When you get here, upgrade to an Annual Pass for FREE. This gives you unlimited access for 12 months from the date of your first visit.

Already an existing Annual Pass holder? Head to the shop on arrival to scan your ticket and pick up a day badge.

Why not make a day of it and book a table for lunch at The Tack Room restaurant, or order a picnic from The Bakery to enjoy in our beautiful grounds.

To find out more about Jayne Odell FRPS take a look at her website here.

Event Information

9th July - 4th December 2022

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Included in General Admission

Additional Info:
Children under 16 go free