York Racecourse

York Racecourse is one of the Premier tracks in Europe having recently won the Flat Racecourse of the Year Award and also came out top in The Times Newspaper survey of all Britain’s racecourses. Key highlights in York Racecourse’s calendar include the Ebor Festival and the May Festival. York Racecourse’s new £20 million Ebor stand […]

Fakenham Racecourse

Fakenham Racecourse, situated in Norfolk, holds nine National Hunt races per year. Folkenstone is a small course that prides itself on a friendly, intimate atmosphere and has held meetings since 1884. The course at Fakenham is one-mile and left handed for both chase and hurdles. It is sharp and undulating and favours nippy types. Fakenham […]

Exeter Racecourse

Exeter Racecourse is the highest racecourse in England at 850ft above sea level. Situated just outside of the town of Exeter, the course boast spectacular views over Dartmoor. Exeter is a National Hunt track that has seen many great horses begin their careers, including Desert Orchid, who won his first steeplechase there in 1985 and […]

Epsom Downs Racecourse

Epsom Downs Racecourse is just a few minutes from Epsom Town Centre and is a renowned Flat Racing course. Epsom Downs Racecourse is famous for the two-day Vodaphone Derby Festival, one of the oldest and largest Flat Racing meets in the British calendar. The course at Epsom Downs is a one and a half mile, […]

Doncaster Racecourse

Doncaster Racecourse in South Yorkshire is home to the St. Leger, the fifth, final and oldest Classic of the British Flat Racing season. Doncaster Racecourse runs Flat Racing meetings throughout the season in the run up to the St. Leger, including the Lincoln Handicap Stakes. Doncaster Racecourse also runs the Racing Post Trophy in October, […]

Chepstow racecourse

Chepstow racecourse is located between Bristol and Cardiff, a few miles from the Severn Bridge. The course hosts a mixture of 27 jump and flat race meetings, including The Coral Welsh National, The Tote Silver Trophy, The Rehearsal Chase and The Oakgrove Stud Golden Daffodil Stakes. The flat course is an undulating one-mile seven-furlong left-handed […]

Catterick Bridge Racecourse

Catterick Bridge Racecourse in North Yorkshire provides racing every month of the year: flat racing from March to November and National Hunt jump racing from December to March. The flat course is a one-mile one-furlong left-handed oval, undulating and very sharp, which suits handy types. The National Hunt jump course is a left-handed oval, undulating […]

Carlisle Racecourse

Situated in the countryside on the outskirts of Carlisle, Carlisle Racecourse provides flat racing from May to September and jump racing from October to April. During the flat racing season, Carlisle Racecourse is a right-handed, one-and-a-half mile, galloping pear-shaped course with the last four furlongs raced against the collar. The National Hunt course at Carlisle […]

Bath Racecourse

Bath Racecourse is situated just two miles north of Bath city centre. Focussing on flat racing, the Bath Racecourse is a one-mile four-furlong, left-handed course with a steady uphill straight for the final four furlongs. The home straight can be extended for sprint races. Bath Racecourse is clearly signposted from the A46. A courtesy bus […]


Beverley Racecourse is East Yorkshire’s only racecourse. Specialising in flat racing, Beverley Racecourse’s right-handed, one-mile three-furlong oval is a fast course with an uphill two-and-a-half furlong run-in. Beverley Racecourse is easily accessible from the A164 junction of the M62, by train from Hull, or by bus from Hull, York and Leeds. Beverley Racecourse The Racecourse […]

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