A unique piece of Victorian architecture that has been part of people's race day memories for 100s of years
Representing Epsom and Ewell, Great Britain's best places ch 4 tv. "Best place to live
The only Pub to have sponsored a Police Force. Sponsors of Surrey Mounted Police, patrolling the local community
Included in Sheikh Mohammed's Diary , on the occasion of Her Majesty the Queen's birthday, the Rubbing House explained
1608, a small brick building at the end of the course where horses could be rubbed down. By 1801 it became a Public House.
The Rubbing House field was the paddock in the 17th century, where horses were taken to, after their exertions.
Dirk Bogart, featured in film, jumping from the famous balcony, on the occasion of the 1801 Derby
1880 when modern communications opened up the Derby to millions, the Landlord had the Telephone and Telegraph installed
1901 The Cicero Horse Trough commissioned by Lord Rosebery sits on The Rubbing House forecourt
The Stable lads football competition, held, in memory of "Blondie" took place on the Rubbing House Field and sponsored by them
One of the partners, "part owns" the winner of the 2005 Epsom Derby.
Front page Racing Post 3rd September 2010, shows the Rubbing House sponsored " champion" Jockey Ian Mongan.
Their own horse wins , Downtherefordancin at Goodwood, the only British Airways sponsored race in the Calendar
The Derby and racecourse, is viewed in over a billion homes worldwide
The race of the year at Kempton Park features two of their sponsored Jockeys, Jemma Marshall and Ian Mongan in a driving finish
"They serve the best pint of Guinness outside of Ireland" says Pat Phelan on Television after winning at Lingfield Park.
Sponsors of many races at Jockey Club racecourses, Kempton Park and Epsom Downs.
Supporters of the successful Owners and Trainers Development Fund, the local charity, caring for stable lads.

Owners of many horses and received the Channel 4 Television Trophy, awarded to the horse with the most races won in the season