On Sunday 1 July there will be a rare opportunity to look around the new premises of the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre (TRC) in Halton, Lancashire.

Members of the public will be able to see the horses and meet the staff at the 230-acre Whinney Hill site near Lancaster, where the TRC moved 21 months ago.

TRC trainer Julie Robinson will also give two demonstration clinics at 1pm and 3pm when she will discuss the challenges faced in rehabilitating former racehorses.

TRC founder Carrie Humble MBE said: “Whinney Hill is such a fantastic place. It is very important to us that people can witness our work and its results.”

Admission will cost £5 for adults, and £3 for children and concessions. Dogs are not allowed. Gates open at 12 noon and the day will end at 4pm. For further information and tickets (tel 01524 812649).