Fflos Las racecourse is located in West Wales, United Kingdom. The British racetrack is owned by Fflos Las Ltd, and is operated by Arena Racing. It was opened on the 18th of June, 2009. Its current location used to be a site for coal mining which ceased later when the coal was depleted. It is one of the few racecourses in England that hosts both
National Hunt and flat races. The racing tracks are left-handed and flat in nature covering a distance of approximately one and a half mile.
Its first race meeting that took place on the 18th of June 2009 attracted a total of 10,000 people. A series of eight race meetings had been scheduled for that year. The first flat race meeting took place on the 21st of June 2009. It was held as a dedication to a young boy who had died under a tragic circumstance. This race was won by a horse named Dream Queen, having been ridden by Michael Hills.
Each year, Fflos Las hosts a series of race meetings, with the most notable being the Welsh Champion Hurdle. The race is a National Hunt and is only limited to the handicaps. It is run over a distance of 2 miles, and is open only to horses aged four years and above. The race is scheduled to take place on October of every year. It was inaugurated in 1969, and was run first in Chepstow racecourse. This year, its calendar is packed with a series of events. Tote pool Ladies Night will be the peak, taking place in May. It is one of the most anticipated events offering prizes
for the best dressed. The racecourse offers a variety of hospitality services making the racegoers as comfortable as possible. Apart from being a racing venue, Fflos Las racecourse can also be used as a venue for weddings,
exhibitions and conferences.