Becoming a benefactor is a unique and rewarding way to support the National Horseracing Museum.
To join any of our benefactor schemes, contact us via email and we will be in touch.
Make the most of your support with UK Taxpayers Gift Aid. If you are a UK taxpayer, for every £1 you donate, the museum can claim an extra 25p from HM Revenue & Customs at no additional cost to yourself.
The National Horseracing Museum, located in the heart of Newmarket, spans a 5-acre site, including Palace House, the last surviving remnants of Charles II’s sporting palace, the Grade II listed Trainer’s House, King’s Yard the Rothschild Yard, a working blacksmith’s forge and arena and paddocks beyond.
The historical buildings present a beautiful setting for a unique collection that reflects the fascinating history and science of horseracing from its earliest origins to the present day.
Palace House is now home to the British Sporting Art collection of paintings, prints and works on paper, relating to the wider sporting heritage of the UK.
In addition, the historic Rothschild stable yard is home to the Retraining of Racehorses charity (RoR), enabling visitors to meet former racehorses being trained for life beyond the track.
It is a privilege to be the fundraising trustee of this inimitable institution and I believe that in the forthcoming years, with ambitious plans to establish an exciting exhibition and community programme, renovate galleries and build a solid foundation through an endowment, we can support the future of this museum together.
Individual support is indispensable for NHRM, and it is my great hope that you will give generously to the museum by joining one of our benefactor schemes.
Honorary Trustee, Fundraising
With the generous support of Lord Stafford, the National Horseracing Museum launched the Egerton Benefactor Scheme to support our ongoing work.
As a member of the scheme, you will have access to the following benefits:
Generously supported by Howard de Walden Estates in memory of the late Lord Howard de Walden, your donation to this scheme will be used to support the care of our outstanding collections and displays.
This scheme provides the following lifetime benefits: