Newmarket Campus (UK)

Newmarket is located 1h drive away from London and 30 minutes from Cambridge
Newmarket is within easy reach of a number of international airports that serve most of Europe and further afield.

ESAO UK is accredited by the BAC (British Accreditation Council).

Newmarket, the horse “headquarters”

For the last 350 years, the town of Newmarket has been known as the horse “headquarters” across the world. It is renowned as the birthplace of thoroughbred horse racing and the main racehorse breeding centre in the UK.

3,500 race horses

or nearly 20% of the UK race horse population

70 equestrian centres

spread throughout the area

Many of the world’s most successful trainers are based in Newmarket
Several international events

The 1,000 guineas and 2,000 guineas classic races

The Dubai future champions day

2 of the most advanced equine hospitals in the world

The Newmarket Equine Hospital and Rossdales

Home to Britain’s National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art
2 world famous racecourses

The Rowley Mile and the July course

The Normandy campus

ESAO, the school setting the benchmark for animal osteopathy training in Europe, has – since 2014 – occupied its new premises in the centre of Lisieux city, just moments from the train station.

Spaces have been entirely renovated and are equipped with state-of-the-art teaching equipment to allow students to study in the best conditions.

An ideal location

  • In the heart of the Pays d’Auge: the kingdom of horses
  • City centre location
  • Transport facilities
  • 20 minutes from Deauville and 1h30 from Paris
  • Close to stables, racetracks and farms

Local roots and renowned partnerships

Our renowned partners offer our students the opportunity to work with more than 300 horses and ponies, 400 cows and calves, and a hundred dogs, cats and exotic pets.

Greater Geneva Campus

Greater geneva is also an equestrian territory with numerous stables and farms. It is located near the Natural Regional Park of Jura and the Geneva lake, the region is great for natural and cultural activities. The greater Geneva region also offers many hobby settings such as mountain rambling or dog sledding.