George Onslow had got what Newmarket men call a "squeeze," and was in for about seven thousand pounds.
From hence we came over the Ouse, and in a few miles to Newmarket.
She had not been sent for, nor had any reply come from Newmarket.
I start for the Newmarket road at eleven to-morrow—but I'll fetch you for twopence.
With any luck there'll be a hatful of money to share between us before the October meeting at Newmarket.
He came to dine with them the day before the first Newmarket meeting.
Dick Starkey always tries to serve up something extra hot for Newmarket.
You can have Dad's horse—he has gone to Newmarket again, and I'm so lonely.
Let us, however, spend the evening, and then the "Day at Newmarket" will be done.
Slip into my study and telephone to the police at Newmarket.