Bath Racecourse  Bath racecourse is a thoroughbred racing track for horses, located in England. It is situated between two cities, Bath and Bristol, on the beautiful Lansdown plateau. During the summer racing season, the racecourse is known to host a total of 23 racedays. The racecourse is owned by the Arena Racing Company, and is one of the most stylish racecourses in the UK.

The Bath racecourse is one of the oldest racecourses, dating back to 1728. In 1811, the racecourse hosted its first major meet. At that time, only one race was held annually. The numbers then kept increasing gradually as the years went by. The Somerset Stakes is the most ancient of all the races held in Bath racecourse. To date, the race is still held on an annual basis. Back then, people used to watch the races while in their carriages. The facility was redeveloped in 2016, giving it a new look. A roof garden was developed, from which people could watch races. The Beckford Bar was also opened in the racecourse.

The most notable races held include the Lansdown Fillies Stakes which takes place every April, and the Beckford Stakes, taking place every October. Some of the events scheduled for this year include the Bath and Beer Racing Festival on 20th April, which is held in celebration of beer. A variety of beer is brought into the festival. Courage, Bombardier and Hobgoblin are examples of beers featured . The Spring Evening Racing is scheduled for 2nd
of May. It takes place in the evenings, and people can enjoy great food and drinks while watching the horses race. On May 7th is the Kids Takeover Racing, which is a family fun day. During this event, not only do the horses race, but also the kids. They compete against each other as their families and friends cheer them on. The racecourse offers a variety of hospitality options for people to choose from, making their stay more comfortable.

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