Banksy, Hirst and Emin come to town: an arty weekend in Newmarket, Suffolk

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The three big names and dozens more artists will be taking the reins in the home of horse racing for the largest contemporary art exhibition in the UK this year

Newmarket in Suffolk is the home of British horse racing, with equine attractions aplenty. There are the two race courses, the Rowley Mile and the July Course; the gallops where the horses are exercised; the National Stud, where they are bred; and Tattersalls, where they are bought and sold. There is plenty of art, too, but it is largely of a horsey nature – the Packard Galleries of British Sporting Art are full of paintings by George Stubbs and Alfred Munnings, and depictions of hunting, hawking, shooting and, of course, racing.

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