Catterick Racecourse Catterick racecourse is a thoroughbred racing track located in Catterick, North Yorkshire, England. It is also known as Catterick Bridge Racecourse since its location is near Catterick Bridge. The left-handed track was opened in the year 1783, and hosts both flat and National Hunt races. Each year, the racecourse holds a total of twenty seven race meetings, putting it second in the quantity of races it hosts, after Doncaster. It is one of the two racetracks in Yorkshire that hosts both flat and National Hunt races. The racecourse is easily accessible from the A1, and offers free and adequate parking space to all racegoers.

The most notable of all races held in Catterick is the Catterick Sunday Market. It is the largest of all Sunday markets in North England. Races usually begin on the 1st of January. A series of six National Hunt races take place from January all the way to March. The flat racing season then takes off from April to October, with a total of seventeen meetings taking place. This year, the racecourse is set to hold a number of fixtures, most of which have already taken place. For example, on the 14th of May will be the Annual Badge Holders Guest Day. A total of 7 races are scheduled to take place during the event. Race 1 will start at 2:10 pm and the final one at 17:25 pm. Badge holders will be allowed to come in with complimentary guests to the event. Tickets go from 14 Euros, depending on the package one chooses. Racing Careers Day is another fixture for this year scheduled to take place on the 1st of June. Besides racing, the event will give people a platform to learn about different careers and roles in the racing industry.

There are two enclosures (Grandstand and paddock enclosure) for the racegoers to enjoy the races from. This allows them to enjoy various hospitality packages offered.

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