Doncaster Racecourse is where tradition
and excellence meet.
The Rothmans Royals St. Leger, the world's oldest - and fifth and
final Classic of the British Flat-racing season - takes pride of place
every September on the famous town Moor course. Renowned for producing
racing of the highest order, Doncaster is undoubtedly one of the finest
racecourses in Europe, with facilities to match.
Ayr is Scotland's premier racecourse,
hosting both Flat and National Hunt fixtures. Normally holding at
least 25 days racing every year Ayr is host to the Scottish Grand
National, the Ayr Gold Cup and a host of other valuable races during
it's 12 month racing programme.
There's a warm welcome at Bangor-on-Dee
throughout the year. Set in glorious countryside beside the River
Dee this perfect country course provides exciting racing and a friendly
atmosphere. Newcomers and old hands are equally welcome.
Horse racing at Kelso offers the
unique charm of a bygone era, coupled with the very best in modern
facilities. Add to this the friendliness of our staff and patrons,
plus superb high quality National Hunt Racing in very picturesque
surroundings and you have the reason for Kelso's reputation as Britain's
Towcester is one of the most challenging
National Hunt courses in the country, set in the beautiful parklands
of the Easton Neston Estate. With an investment of over £7.5
million into the course and its facilities in the last year, Towcester
is a course with high aspirations for the future. Entrance to the course
will be free to everybody for the entire 2004/05 season.
Set in the 812 acre High Gosforth Park Estate and home to 30 race meetings Newcastle Racecourse is located just three miles north of Newcastle city centre and is easily accessible by road, rail and air.