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How many racecourses are there in Surrey?

Odds-on for a great day out, Surrey has four thriving racecourses offering a lively calendar of fixtures with top class hospitality alongside a range of music and events to keep you entertained.

What courses are covered by at the races?

We broadcast racing from the following tracks in the UK: Ascot, Bangor-on-Dee, Bath, Brighton, Chepstow, Chester, Doncaster, Fakenham, FFos Las, Fontwell, Hereford, Hexham, Lingfield, Newcastle, Newton Abbot, Plumpton, Ripon, Sedgefield, Southwell, Towcester, Uttoxeter, Windsor, Wolverhampton, Worcester and Yarmouth.

How many racecourses are there in UK?

60 racecourses
There are 60 racecourses in Britain, from Perth in Scotland to Newton Abbot in Devon. Search via the interactive map, A-Z list or enter your postcode to find the racecourse nearest to you.

Is Ascot Racecourse clockwise?

At most tracks, for example Cheltenham and Aintree, races are run left-handed, ie anti-clockwise around the course. But some courses are right-handed (clockwise) – for example, Kempton, Ascot and Sandown. This can be crucial to a horse’s chances.

How much is racing UK monthly?

The free trial period will automatically revert to the standard full price subscription of £24.98 (UK) / €31 (ROI) per month at the end of the free trial period if not cancelled within this timeframe.

Which courses do Sky racing cover?


  • Ascot.
  • Bangor-on-Dee.
  • Bath.
  • Brighton.
  • Chepstow.
  • Chester.
  • Doncaster.
  • Fakenham.

Is Chester races flat or jumps?

Today. The racecourse’s position in the city makes race meetings at Chester very popular as it is only a very short stroll to all the hotels, bars, shopping and restaurants. The racecourse itself is just over 1-mile (1.6 km) long, flat and raced anti-clockwise or left-handed.

What is the highest race course in the UK?

At 780 feet (238 m) above sea level, Bath is Britain’s highest flat racecourse, although National Hunt courses Hexham and Exeter are higher….Bath Racecourse.

Bath Racecourse logo
Location Bath, Somerset
Course type Flat
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Where to go for horse racing in Surrey?

From the world’s greatest flat racing event, the Investec Derby Festival, taking place at Epsom Racecourse, to Sandown Park and Kempton Park, Surrey offers the perfect opportunity to put on your glad rags, pick up a glass of bubbly and place your bets on a fabulous day with friends and family. Alongside…

Where are the best racecourses in the UK?

Racecourses in Sussex Located in West Sussex, Fontwell Park racecourse offers a selection of jump racing throughout the year that usually attracts some of the leading jockeys and horses in the industry. It features the only figure-of-eight chase course in the UK and an oval hurdles course.

Where was the 20th century Racecourse in England?

20th century Racecourse Location Country Code Opened Aldershot Racecourse Hampshire England Alexandra Park Racecourse North London England Flat 30 June 1868 Anglesey Racecourse Anglesey Wales Atherstone Racecourse Warwickshire England

Are there any racecourses still open in the UK?

All races run between 5 furlongs and 7 furlongs are run on the straight course. There are two further racecourses in Britain that still exist, but are currently closed and do not operate any thoroughbred racing fixtures. Folkestone Racecourse, Kent; closed in December 2012. Towcester Racecourse, Northamptonshire; closed in October 2019.