All UK Racecourses

Epsom Downs Racecourse hero Frankie Dettori in front of main stand

UK Racecourses

There are over 60 Racecourses in the UK. Some are single discipline racetracks. Some host both Flat and Jump racing fixtures. We are gradually adding detailed information pages for each racecourse, starting with those that host major racing festivals.

  • York Racecourse

    Seen by many as not only the finest racecourse in the north, but in the whole of the UK, York Racecourse provides the best Flat racing can offer. York Racecourse, opened in 1731, is a galloping two-miles and was extended to stage longer races in 2005 when Royal Ascot was Read more [...]

  • Newmarket Racecourse

    Newmarket Racecourse : Home to the Guineas, The July and Cambridgeshire Festivals Considered the home of British horse racing for over 300 years, Newmarket boasts 2 racecourses: the Rowley Mile and the July Course, each used at different times of the year. While both are galloping courses, each has a Read more [...]

  • Newbury Racecourse

    Newbury Racecourse is one of Britain’s premier racetracks, hosting both Flat and National Hunt Jump racing all year-round. Located in Berkshire, Newbury Racecourse is just one hour from London’s West End, making it a favourite with Londoners and racegoers visiting the Capital. Built at a cost of £57,240 the Racecourse Read more [...]

  • Kempton Racecourse

    Kempton Park Racecourse is London’s premier racecourse and one of the busiest racecourses in Europe. Established in 1878 and steeped in history, Kempton Park Racecourse is located at Sunbury on Thames, Surrey, just 16 miles south west of the city of London, on the Greater London border. Kempton Park Racecourse Read more [...]

  • Goodwood Racecourse

    Goodwood Racecourse is a Flat Racing course, nestled in an attractive setting overlooking the Sussex Downs with views to the Solent and the Isle of White. Located 5 miles north of Chichester in West Sussex, Goodwood Racecourse is run by the family of the Duke of Richmond, whose family ‘seat’ Read more [...]

  • Doncaster Racecourse

    Doncaster Racecourse is possibly the best horse racing venue in all of Yorkshire. Racedays at ‘Town Moor’ have been drawing crowds for centuries and Doncaster is widely regarded as one of the finest racecourses in Europe and the best horse racing course in Yorkshire. Following a recent £34 million redevelopment, Read more [...]

  • Cheltenham Racecourse

    Cheltenham Racecourse, known as the ‘Home of Jump Racing’, has given so many great memories to race fans all over the world. All of the 13 Grade 1 races held at the track are done so during the world famous Cheltenham Festival in March, an event which draws hundreds of Read more [...]

  • Ascot Racecourse

    Ascot Racecourse is famous as a world-class racecourse, conference and sporting venue. Located 6 miles from Windsor, Ascot Racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711 and is still in Royal ownership today. Up until 1945, the only racing that took place at Ascot Racecourse was the Royal Ascot meeting, but Read more [...]

  • Aintree Racecourse

    Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool is owned by the Jockey Club. Now a national institution, 30+ years of continuous sponsorship has secured the future of the Grand National and facilitated investment in track infrastructure. A spectacular new grandstand complex and modern ‘Festival Zone’, including a conference / event centre,  equestrian centre, Read more [...]


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