Warwick Racecourse retains its historic charm and character. Nestled next to Warwick Castle, the racecourse is one of the oldest in the country and with racing having taken place there since the 1700s, it is a course rich in tradition and heritage. Warwick enjoys a full ... ...Read More
Located in the heart of rural Nottinghamshire, this picturesque all-weather and Jump racing venue offers fantastic entertainment all year round. The racecourse offers a unique blend of charm, excitement and comfort, and has the added bonus of an on-site 18 hole golf course.Read More
Sandown Park is a unique racing experience; a stunning location and the course’s famous hill finishes combine to create an environment full of excitement and nail biting close finishes. You can soak up the electric atmosphere throughout the year at the Capital’s Racing Theatre with quality ... ...Read More
Located in the heart of Newcastle in High Gosforth Park, Newcastle Racecourse is one of the most popular dual purpose tracks in the country hosting racing all year round. Steeped in history, it has hosted the Northumberland Plate since 1882.Read More
The Racecourse Newbury has a strong local following but is popular with new racegoers too. It’s home to one of the Jump season’s great races, the Hennessy Gold Cup, a staying handicap Chase which also represents the longest sponsorship in sport. Newbury also offers Flat racing with ... ...Read More
Musselburgh Racecourse is Edinburgh’s racecourse and can trace its origins back to 1816 when races took place on Leith Sands in the Scottish Capital’s historic port. Nowadays Musselburgh is one of the UK’s most stylish racecourses and has a VisitScotland five star visitor attraction status. It ... ...Read More
Known as ‘leafy Lingfield’ due to its setting in the heart of the Surrey countryside, Lingfield offers a bit of old world charm alongside a world class All-Weather track. Lingfield also boasts a Turf track which sees action from both the Flat and Jumping codes providing ... ...Read More
Steeped in more than 100 years of history, Leicester racecourse provides one of the most comprehensive Flat and Jump fixture lists in the country. The racecourse hosts over 30 race meetings each year including a range of afternoon, evening and Bank Holiday fixtures.Read More
Set in Sunbury-on-Thames near Richmond, Kempton Park is London’s closest racecourse staging both Flat & Jump racing throughout the year. The course is most famous for its Boxing Day showcase, the King George VI Chase, won famously by Kauto Star and Desert Orchid. It also boasts an ... ...Read More
Hosting top class Flat and Jump racing throughout the year, Haydock Park is one of the most popular tracks in the country for racegoers and particpants alike. Conveniently located in the heart of the North West it is easy to reach and attracts an enthusiastic crowd ... ...Read More
Ffos Las in Carmarthenshire was the first turf racecourse to open in Britain in more than 80 years, when it held its first scheduled fixture in 2009. Amid fine views of the Gwendraeth Valley and Carmarthen Bay, it stages both Flat and Jump fixtures and has ... ...Read More
Doncaster, the only racecourse in South Yorkshire, is home to the world’s oldest Classic race, the Ladbrokes St. Leger, the feature of Doncaster’s four-day festival in September. The course on Town Moor dates back to 1776 and traditionally begins Britain’s Flat season ‘on turf’ in March ... ...Read More
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MUSSELBURGH: 6.15 Jan Smuts, 6.45 Welford, 7.15 Lacerta, 7.45 Lolamotion, 8.15 Go Go Green, 8.45 True Pleasure, 9.15 Our Time Will Come. PONTEFRACT: 2.30 Est...