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aintree
Aintree
The world's most famous racecourse, and home to the John Smith's Grand National. The first official races at Aintree were organised by the owner of Liverpool's Waterloo Hotel, Mr William Lynn. Lynn leased the land from Lord Sefton, laid out a course, built a grandstand and staged the first Flat fixture on July 7, 1829.
carlisle
Carlisle
Carlisle Racecourse is situated at Blackwell on the outskirts of the historic border city of Carlisle. Set in open countryside, the undulating course provides high quality racing every month of the year staging eleven national hunt meetings from September to April and nine flat meetings between April and August.
cheltenham
Cheltenham
The Cheltenham Festival is the target for every owner, trainer and rider from from the start, but now The Open is established as the early season highlight, racegoers at Cheltenham have another chance to see the best of Britain, Ireland and Europe contest the major prizes.
goodwood
Goodwood
The new millennium sees Goodwood Racecourse celebrate its third centenary, the Duke of Richmond, having brought horse racing to his estate in 1802. Today Goodwood is internationally acclaimed as being one of the most beautiful racecourses in the world and the new century sees Goodwood setting ever higher standards of style and quality for racegoers.
redcar racecourse
Redcar
Racing has taken place at Redcar for many years – originally on the sands of Coatham – with the current site and company opening up for business in 1875. Redcar is known for being a very fair track and one where the ‘draw’ has little material effect on running.
newmarket
Newmarket
Newmarket has been recognised as the Headquarters of Racing for over 300 years. Some 3000 horses are in training in the immediate vicinity of this unique racing town, set in the heart of East Anglia, yet only sixty minutes from London by road or rail.
sandown park
Sandown Park
Since being founded in 1870, Sandown Park has consistently been one of the country’s most popular racecourses, a view shared by the Racegoers Club who have voted Sandown Park “South East Racecourse of the Year” in 2000 for the tenth year in a row, which is testament to Sandown Parks popularity.
ascot
Ascot
Royal Ascot is the world's most famous race meeting and is renowned as an international occasion of tradition and style. This unrivalled event is undoubtedly the highlight of our year combining top class thoroughbreds and high fashion to create an atmosphere like no other.
york
York
York was voted the UK's " Racecourse of the Year 2001" by the Racegoers Club and the inaugural Racehorse Owners' Association "Racecourse of the Year" in 2001. To be at York Races is to be a part of a truly special occasion - a major sporting and social event, keenly anticipated and fondly remembered.
Thirsk Online
Thirsk Online
A guide to Thirsk racecourse and the surrounding area, including horse racing fixtures, maps, videos and places to stay.
 
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