Corporate Days as Well as Ladies Days and Group Bookings
ROYAL ASCOT AND MORE
Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting, attracting many of the world’s finest racehorses to compete for more than £6.58 milllion in prize money. Our eighteen Group races, eight of them in Group One, have made legends of the finest thoroughbreds. Black Caviar, Frankel, Yeats – all are Royal Ascot winners turned household names.
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL AND MORE
Cheltenham racecourse is part of the The Jockey Club, the largest commercial group in British horse racing.
With a 266-year heritage at the heart of British racing and governed by Royal Charter, The Jockey Club invests all profits back into the UK’s second biggest spectator sport.
The Jockey Club owns 14 leading racecourses, including Aintree, home of the Randox Grand National; Cheltenham, stage for the prestigious Cheltenham Festival; Epsom Downs, home to the Investec Derby; and Newmarket’s Rowley Mile and July Course, considered Flat racing's global HQ.
The strange origin of Epsom’s rise to fame came in 1618, when herdsman, Henry Wicker discovered a water hole northwest of the turnpike road, between Epsom and Ashtead. Although the water, thought to be undrinkable, was examined by local physicians, it was a further 12 years before the highly purgative qualities of the water were discovered - one gallon of water containing 480 grains of calcareous nitre.
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Help With Planning Your Day Out
To help when planning your day out at the races, here are some useful links to some of the race tracks Royal Ascot, Cheltenham and Epsom Downs. This information is provided by the race tracks and we have no control over this information or prices.