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Market Rasen Racecourse
Set in its rural surroundings Market Rasen is the only racecourse in Lincolnshire this National Hunt only course is a sharp, slightly undulating right handed oval circuit of 1m2f.The Racecourse is on the outskirts of the market town of Market Rasen and midway between the Cathedral City of Lincoln and the town of Grimsby.It is well sign posted, being on the East side of Market Rasen alongside the A6531.
Contact Market Rasen Racecourse
Tel: 01673 843434
Fax: 01673 844532
The course hosts 24 race days throughout the year, both flat racing and National Hunt meetings.The flat course is a right handed, 1 1/4m oval with tight turns.The National Hunt course is a right handed virtually flat track with sharp turns on a circuit of 1m3f.Easily accessible from the west, take the M8 and the City bypass, and from the east the A1 and A198. From the south, use the A7, A68 and A702.
Contact Musselburgh Racecourse
Tel: 0131 665 2859
Fax: 0131 653 2083
Newbury Racecourse in Berkshire offers some of the finest horse racing both on the flat and National Hunt.Newbury Racecourse is home to the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup and the Juddmonte Lockinge.The flat course is a left handed, almost flat,circuit of 1m7f. The National Hunt course is a left handed, flat and galloping circuit of 1m7f with stiff fences.
Newbury in Berkshire is situated in the centre of Southern England, close to both the M3 and the M4 as well as the A34, A4 and A339.
Contact Newbury Racecourse
Tel: 01635 40015
Fax: 01635 528354
With 32 race meetings covering both the Flat and National Hunt Seasons, Newcastle Racecourse is the busiest turf track in the UK .
The flat sometimes testing course is a left handed 1 3/4m oval with an uphill run in.The National Hunt course is a left handed circuit of 1m6f.
From the A1 North and South - North of Newcastle is the B1318 signposted for Gosforth, Killingworth and Wideopen. Follow the signs bearing a horse and rider and the name "Gosforth Park".
Contact Newcastle Racecourse
High Gosforth Park
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tel: 0191 236 2020
Fax: 0191 236 7761
Nestling on the Suffolk-Cambridgeshire border at the gateway to the East of England, Newmarket is the historical home of British horseracing.Newmarket racecourse hosts flat racing of the highest calibre (including the 1000 Guineas and the 2000 Guineas) on two courses.The Rowley Mile Racecourse situated on the fringes of the town is a right handed,wide and galloping 2m2f circuit with an undulating 1m2f straight and uphill final furlong.
The July Racecourse is situated alongside the National Stud on the approach to Newmarket and is home to all of the summer race meetings.The July course is a little over 2 miles, with a right handed bend at halfway, the first mile being part of the Cesarewitch course, the last the straight Bunbury Mile.
Set on the Suffolk / Cambridgeshire borders, on the outskirts of the town centre and surrounded by training gallops and heathland, the Rowley Mile and July Racecourses are just 12 miles from Cambridge and sixty miles from London.The A11 and A14 provide easy access from the major cities of East Anglia and from the M11 and A1.
Contact Newmarket Racecourse
Westfield House, The Links
Tel: 01638 675500
Fax: 01638 663044
Newton Abbot Racecourse
Hosting over 19 races a year this National Hunt only course is a sharp left handed oval circuit of 1m2f.
The Racecourse is well signposted from the M5,which is just a few miles away.Follow the A380 towards Torquay after leaving the M5 at Junction 31.
Contact Newton Abbot Races Ltd
Tel: 01626 353235
Fax: 01626 336972
Set within the 280 acres of Colwick Park just 2 miles from the city centre, Nottingham Racecourse hosts over 20 meetings a year on a flat, left-handed oval track with easy turns. The oval course is a mile and a half long with a run-in of four and a half furlongs.
Nottingham Racecourse is easily accessible by road use the M1, A1, A52, and A46.
Contact Nottingham Racecourse
Tel: 0115 9580620
Fax: 0115 9584515
Perth Racecourse is situated in one of the most picturesque settings in the country. Within the grounds of historic Scone Palace the course skirts the banks of the River Tay.This National Hunt course is right handed and flat, with tight bends covering a circuit of 1m 2f.
Coming from the South or the West you will approach Perth either on the M90 (from Edinburgh) or the A9 (from Stirling).From the north of England use the M6 Carlisle, M74, M73 following signs for Sterling then follow signs for Perth.
Follow the signs to Dundee via the city bypass until you cross the Friarton Bridge which crosses the Tay just west of Perth. Take the first exit immediately over the bridge and follow the signs to Perth. Coming from Dundee you will travel west on the A90 and exit at the same junction before you cross the bridge.You will soon pick up the signs to Scone Palace and then to the racecourse.
Contact Perth Racecourse
Scone Palace Park
Tel: 01738 551597
Fax: 01738 553021
Plumpton Racecourse,in the heart of Sussex,is one of the smaller jump racecourses in the country, staging sixteen National Hunt fixtures a year from September to May.This National Hunt circuit of 1m1f is an undulating,sharp left handed track.
Plumpton village is 5 miles to the north west of Lewes and is signposted from the A275. On the M25, take the M23 south, then the A23 towards Brighton - take the B2116 (Hurstpierpoint) and the racecourse is signposted after Hassocks.
Contact Plumpton Racecourse
Tel: 01273 890383
Fax: 01273 891557
This modern,well appointed racecourse in West Yorkshire offers flat racing sixteen times over the season.The left handed, undulating 2m circuit,has a straight of just over 2f,with the last 6f going uphill.
Pontefract Racecourse is well situated for access, the entrance being only half a mile from junction 32 of the M62. The M62 passes the northern side of the track and links with the A1, M1 and M18 within 10 miles of the Course.
Contact Pontefract Racecourse
Pontefract Race Co. Ltd
Tel: 01977 703224
Fax: 01977 600577