We have no plans currently for an Open Day this year.

Our last open Day was in 2010 when around 1500 visitors viewed our horses in their stables at close quarters - and saw them working on the gallops, and parading in our show-ring.  Entry was £5, children and parking free of charge. All proceeds go to our nominated charities. Last year these were The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Father Heart Ministries, and local churches.  Donations totalling  £18,750 were made as a result of the Open Day. This brings the total raised for the various Good Causes we have supported over four years to almost £60,000.

Click here to view the slideshow gallery of the 2010 open day.

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Ganwyd Peter yng Nghasnewydd-bach a Chymraeg yw el famiath.

Mae’n rhoi pleser mawr iddo estyn croeso I chi heddiw I ‘Iet-y-Rhyg’ — ar ran en hun, ei wraig Karen a’r tri crwt, ac mae’n mawr obeithio y byddwch yn mwynhau y diwrnod.

Mae’n gyfle gwych I weld yr holl geffylau, y stablau, y marchogion ac I gymeryd rhan yn y gwahanol weithgareddau sydd wedi eu trefnu.  Braf dweud taw ar ddiwedd y dydd fe fydd pum elusen yn elwa: yn lleol, yn genedaethol ac yn rhyngwladol.

Croeso...a mwynhewch!

This is a chance to see 'behind the scenes’ at our stables, and for you, our guests, to meet our pride and joy: our string of over 60 racehorses, many of them already winners!

We always look forward to meeting personally as many of you as possible and all our team will be happy to answer your questions about the horses, and how we train them for the racecourse.

Over four years, with wonderful support from you, our visitors, and all the people who have helped us, we’ve distributed almost £60,000 to our good causes. Many thanks for your generosity.

We’d especially like to thank TV presenter Richard Pitman who did a great job last time at short notice, and Luke Harvey and Emily Jones, who have done such a professional job presenting the day's events,  and our thanks also to the jockeys who come on a day off racing, to ride work on our gallops, and to “talk the talk’ in our show ring!

Our thanks to all our owners, sponsors, advertisers, the local volunteers, and, of course, our hard-working staff without whose help we simply could not stage what has become a unique and happy day in our calendar.


You can also view our video of the Yet-Y-Rhug open day on You Tube by clicking the following link or clicking on the picture:

Yet-Y-Rhug Open Day on YouTube

2010 open day Gallery

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