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Beverley
Beverley
Set high on the Westwood, overlooking the historic Minster town, the course boasts substantial, modern stands with an uninterrupted view of the mile and a half circuit, on which you can enjoy racing to the finest standards.
Hexham
Hexham
Hexham's racing season takes place in Spring and early Summer and in the Autumn. From March to June there are several weekend and bank holiday fixtures, as well as popular evening meetings which take advantage of the long evening twilight. One of the highlights of the Spring is the Heart of All England Maiden Hunter Chase which many consider a 'Cup Final' for rising chasing starts in the north of England.
Exeter
Exeter

Exeter Racecourse is situated at the top of Haldon Hill, alongside the A38 Plymouth to Exeter Road, 5 miles south west of the end of the M5 Motorway and two miles east of Chudleigh.

sedgefield
Sedgefield
Racing has been taking place at Sedgefield from around 1732, with the first recorded meetings in 1846. The course itself was part of the Sands Hall Estate, home of the Ord family and known as the Melton of the North. In 1804 Ralph Lambton formed a club based at the Hardwicke Arms and Sedgefield became the headquarters of the Ralph Lambton Hunt.
Leicester
Leicester

Steeped in more than 100 years of history. With Twenty Nine race meetings a year, and the Leicestershire Stakes (Group 3) as the centre piece of our racing calendar Leicester is proud to be in the top flight of Britain's smaller courses, racing all the year round.

 

Fakenham
Fakenham

Being the ‘local’ racecourse to the Royal Family’s home at Sandringham, racing in Norfolk has enjoyed extended royal patronage. In 1886, at the invitation of the West Norfolk Hunt Club (who organised the racing at the time) the then Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, became their President, a post he held for over 20 years.

Cartmel Races
Cartmel

Wandering around Cartmel Racecourse on a non racing day you would wonder why this is the scene of one of the biggest gatherings of the whole National Hunt season. For 360 days of the year the course is little more than a meadow beside the village, but on racedays it takes on the mantle of a mini Cheltenham or Aintree but with more besides.

Hereford
Hereford
Situated on the edge of the Cathedral city that form's a natural gateway to the idyllic Brecon countryside, Hereford Racecourse stages 16 exciting race meetings a year over jump and hurdles.
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