Leicester Racecourse Leicester racecourse is a race track located in Oadby, Leicestershire. It is owned by Leicester Racecourse Company
Ltd, and is well known for hosting flat and National Hunt races. Flat racing is where the horses race on clear tracks without any obstructions, whereas National Hunt racing is where horses race as they jump over hurdles. The course
was opened way back in 1883. Since then, it has been hosting approximately 31 race meetings every year, Family Fun Day and Ladies Day being among them.

Before the opening up of Leicester in 1883, races were held at the now Victoria Park. In the 19th century, the course staged the most famous races in the United Kingdom, which were the Portland Stakes and Prince of Wales Stakes. The most notable race that is held at Leicester is the King Richard the Third Stakes. This is a flat course race in which horses four years and above take place in the racing. The race usually takes place in April, and is run for a distance of over 1,408 meters, an equivalent of 7 furlongs on a straight track.

This year, the racecourse will host a good number of races. For example, the Gentlemen’s Day is scheduled for Saturday 28 April, with gates opening from 11 am. Tickets for this race go for 25 Euros. Monday, 28 May will usher in the Bank Holiday Family Fun Day. Tickets will go for 10 Euros, and free for under 18s. Lots of activities will be happening during this day, including face painting, horseracing and games such as crazy golf.

Situated on a huge track of land, Leicester racecourse is not only a racing venue, but also an events venue. It offers an outstanding venue for conferences, weddings and large scale exhibitions. It has a brand new event space called Kube, which comes with a massive capacity.

Royal Ascot One a year racing becomes Royal as we get 5 days of the best flat equine action on the planet with Royal Ascot. Each year Royal Ascot attracts the best equine superstars to the race track for a five-day racing specular. The royal precession is where you will see The Queen and her guests arrive on a horse-drawn carriage down the centre of the race track so that all racegoers from near and far get the chance to greet and wave to The Queen herself.

Away from the top-hats and tails, Royal Ascot brings you everything that you expect from a meeting of this grandeur.

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Royal Ascot Racing Highlights

Day 1

The St James’s Palace Stakes is what most people consider to be the highlight of the opening day of Royal Ascot and in turn, is a big betting event. The race itself is a Group One event and is open to three years old’s and is run over a distance of 1 Mile.

Day 2

The Prince of Wales Stakes is the highlight on day two of the Royal Ascot 2019. It is a Group One race that is run over 1m 2f and is open to thoroughbreds aged four years and over. Over the years we have seen some of the best horses in the world win this prestigious Group 1 like Highland Reel, The Fugue, So You Think, Free Eagle and the 2018 winner Poet’s Word. This year looks to be another top class renewal.

Day 3

The highlight of day 3 and for some the week, the Ascot Gold Cup is the ultimate test for any staying horse on the flat. You might have a top class horse over 1 mile 6 furlongs but can he handle the step up to 2 miles 4 furlongs. You need a horse with talent, class, staying power, but most import they need to have bottle and the will to win. Your horse wins the Gold Cup, you will forever be known as…The Gold Cup winner.

Day 4

The Group 1 Coronation Stakes is the chance for the top 3-year-old Fillies to come head to head over one mile.

The Coronation Stakes betting is usually a competitive heat due to the size and quality of the field and is often a platform for those who ran in the 1,000 or Irish 1,000 Guineas a chance to progress and lay claim to being named champion three-year-old filly of the season.

Day 5

Run over 6 furlongs, the Diamond Jubilee stakes bring some of the best established 6-furlong specialists from 3 years old and up. Each year you can expect to see some of you old favourites go head to head and some of the new kids on the block trying to make a name for themselves. Some of the winners are household names like Starsbangledbanner, The Tin Man, Australian wonder mare Black Caviar and old favourite Kingsgate Native.


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Worcester Racecourse Worcester racecourse is a horse racing track located in Worcester, Worcestershire, England. It is strategically
situated near the banks of River Severn, and about 5 minutes’ walk from Worcester town center. It can be easily accessed via the local railway link. The racecourse hosts a total of 20 National Hunt races each year, with the
season running from May all through to October. It is owned by Worcester City council, but was leased to the Arena Leisure Plc. The oval-shaped course measures up to approximately 2,615 meters in circumference. This year is a special one for Worcester, since it will be celebrating its 300th anniversary, making it one of the oldest racecourses in Britain.

In the 19th century, the racecourse used to be a venue for training the Royalist soldiers. Boxing matches also used to happen there. The first horse racing meeting was recorded in 1718. Its meetings became more popular after a railway line was built not far from the course. Its layout changed a couple of times over the years. In 1966, the popular flat racing was discontinued, and National Hunt Races were introduced later that year. It was a home for two popular sports clubs- the Worcester Warriors Rugby Club and the Worcester City Football Club. In 2007, the racecourse’s activities were disrupted by floods, forcing the management to cancel all races after the 30th of June.

Today, Worcester racecourse is a preferred destination to most racegoers. This year, it is set to stage a significant number of fixtures. Upcoming is the Season Opener 2018, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday the 10th of May. This event is meant to celebrate the beginning of 2018 season, and will be featuring a total of 7 jump races. Tickets will be starting from 7 Euros, depending on the package one chooses. Children will be admitted for free as long as they are in the company of a paying adult.