Corowa's Newmarket Hotel was built in 1888 on land adjacent to the original saleyards and the railway. A historic Annis and George Bills horse trough sits in front of the pub, a holdover from days gone by when passers by would hitch their horses in front for a drink. The pub's facade declares it to be "the cocky's bar".
It currently operates as a pub and is open 5 days a week, with a bottle shop and takeaway food available. A large dining room, TAB facilities and accommodation is available.