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A Punters Guide to WARWICK RaceTrack - Left Hand,Right Hand,Galloping,Easy.WARWICK Racecourse Facts.

A description of Warwick Racetrack - Gradients,Direction,Trivia, - Warwick Racecourse.

Warwick Racecourse is located within the town of Warwick in the west midlands of England.

Like most English tracks they race left handed at Warwick Racetrack.

The old flat course is still intact,and the N.H. track is inside that old track - the circumference is about 1 mile 5 furlongs.

Ten fences (2 open ditches),and 6 hurdles have to be negotiated each circuit at Warwick.

The fences are not too severe and should not trouble most chasers.


Slightly undulating in nature,but should not inconvenience most runners at this fair track.

After jumping the last fence,there is a fairly easy run in of 250 yards,and stamina is not a major requirement at Warwick.

The track is quite tight and horses need to be agile to take in those bends - however the track is quite spacious and position can be recovered on the run in.

Surprisingly,Warwick Racecourse decided not to host any more flat fixtures,but concentrate on National Hunt racing only - this was implemented in 2014.

They now host about 18 National Hunt meetings between September and May.

Warwick is one of the oldest horse racing regions in England,and racing has taken place here since about 1694.

Warwick Racecourse is,almost uniquely,located right in the centre of town,and ideal for visitors to enjoy a days racing while taking in the many local tourist attractions.

During World War II,Warwick Racecourse was closed and used to house Italian prisoners of war.

Many developments at Warwick track,but,pleasingly,many of the original buildings were kept intact,and add character to the surroundings.

If you are under 18 you can get in free at Warwick Racecourse - but must be with an adult.

Make your day out extra special by taking out a hospitality package - price range varies to suit all budgets - details from events manager.

The first recorded meeting on this site took place in 1707,and the first grandstand was built in 1809.

Disabled racegoers will enjoy their day out at Warwick Races as parking,toilets,elevated viewing areas and wheelchair access are all provided.

Warwick Racecourse is run by the Jockey Club,and they return all profits made to improve the facilities at their tracks.

Warwick Racecourse was the first track to have obstacles to jump at their track - and can claim to have introduced National Hunt racing to the English racegoer.

The last meeting for flat horses took place  in August 2014,and the final flat race winner was Louis Vee,ridden by top jockey Luke Morris.

The centre enclosure is ideal for families to watch and enjoy facilities like,picnic areas and children's entertainments.

Warwick Castle is a major tourist attraction,and Warwick Racecourse is right next door,so you can enjoy both attractions easily within one day.

Going to Warwick Racecourse in a group ? - if you are planning a family,or business day out at Warwick races,ask for a discount - but you must have a minimum of 10 to qualify for the saving.

Warwick town suffered a great fire,and Warwick Racecourse was built on the most damaged areas to rejuvenate the town and attract visitors.

Senior Citizens qualify for a £5 discount on admission when they pay at the turnstiles.

The famous Red Rum ran at Warwick once - competing on the flat in his early career before his jumping abilities unfolded.

Conferences,weddings,parties etc. can be held at Warwick Racecourse - with large and small facilities to cater for most events - contact events manager for prices and details.

Rail travelers are well served with regular main line services from Birmingham and London - and the track is within walking distance,or short taxi ride from the station.

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