Races in the next 7 days
|Mon Jun 1 2020||Southwell||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Jun 1 2020||Wolverhampton||Flat - Afternoon - AWT|
|Mon Jun 1 2020||Windsor||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Mon Jun 1 2020||Yarmouth||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Tue Jun 2 2020||Newcastle||Flat - Evening - AWT|
|Tue Jun 2 2020||Lingfield Park||Flat - Evening - AWT|
|Tue Jun 2 2020||Brighton||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Tue Jun 2 2020||Bangor-On-Dee||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Jun 3 2020||Ripon||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Wed Jun 3 2020||Kempton Park||Flat - Evening - AWT|
|Wed Jun 3 2020||Nottingham||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Jun 3 2020||Newton Abbot||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Jun 3 2020||Fontwell Park||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Jun 4 2020||Wolverhampton||Flat - Evening - AWT|
|Thu Jun 4 2020||Chelmsford City||Flat - Evening - AWT|
|Thu Jun 4 2020||Uttoxeter||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Jun 4 2020||Hamilton Park||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Jun 4 2020||Ffos Las||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Goodwood||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Doncaster||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Bath||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Market Rasen||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Epsom Downs||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Jun 5 2020||Catterick Bridge||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Lingfield Park||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Chepstow||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Worcester||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Musselburgh||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Hexham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Epsom Downs||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Jun 6 2020||Doncaster||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sun Jun 7 2020||Goodwood||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sun Jun 7 2020||Perth||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Jun 8 2020||Ayr||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Jun 8 2020||Leicester||Flat - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Jun 8 2020||Pontefract||Flat - Evening - Turf|
|Mon Jun 8 2020||Windsor||Flat - Evening - Turf|
BRITISH HORSERACING AUTHORITY NEWS - Resumption of British horseracing - race dates
Race meeting schedule update-on-resumption-of-racing-planning click here
The leaders of British horseracing say the government’s decision that sport can resume will help save livelihoods and businesses in the £4 billion industry. British racing was suspended from March 18th to allow emergency and NHS workers to focus on COVID-19 and support the national effort.
Since then, Britain’s 59 racecourses have had no income from racing.
JOCKEY CLUB RACECOURSES NEWS - Joint release from Newmarket Racecourses and Jockey Club Estates Notice to Newmarket residents about exercising on 'Racecourse Side of the Heath on racedays'
Prior to the scheduled return of racing on the Rowley Mile on Thursday 4th June, Newmarket Racecourses and Jockey Club Estates are keen to ensure that the town’s residents are aware of measures in place that will affect those who use the Heath and Training Grounds for their own exercise
Jockeys will wear masks if racing resumes behind closed doors on 1 June, according to British Horseracing Authority (BHA) protocols.
The governing body and regulator for horseracing has published its technical guidelines for participants and staff to allow racing to resume safely behind closed doors.
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has worked with racecourses and representatives of trainers, jockeys and staff to adapt a normal race meeting, provide medical screening for all attendees in advance and maintain social distancing.
BHA PRESS RELEASE - Focus on supporting middle and grassroots tiers as minimum race values for first 10 weeks of racing are published
Reduction in prize money inevitable with no crowds on racecourses and betting shops closed
Levy Board contributions allow, on average, minimum prize money levels to remain at just over 80% of the previously permitted minimum levels
Racing’s cross-industry Members Committee agrees focus should be on safeguarding prize money at the mid/lower echelons of the racing pyramid
Initial values cover 10-week period from the resumption of racing and remain under review
Following the UK government publishing a provisional timetable for the return of professional sport on Monday, the racing industry’s leaders continue to plan for a resumption of racing from 1 June.
Senior executives from British horseracing have welcomed the publication of a timeline for the potential resumption of sporting events by the UK government today. In its document, Our Plan to Rebuild, …
If there were ever another racing fixture that comes close to the supremacy of the Cheltenham Festival; and the joy it brings to so many racing fans, it would have to be none other than the Punchestown Festival. Tuesday 28th April would have marked the start of this year’s festival which has sadly been cancelled, as well as many other racing fixtures we were all so eagerly looking forward to but, let us reflect on what makes it such a fantastic Racing Break and look forward to its return in 2021...
Read the latest news from the racecourse news pages
In response to an article in today's Sunday Telegraph, the Board of the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) issued the following statement:
With what is proving to be quite a testing and tricky time for us all, we want to shake away the doom and gloom with some exciting racing trips and packages to look forward to come 2021 when things return back to normal…
Let’s start from the beginning
The sun shone in Newcastle on Monday but as Zodiakos passed the post a neck ahead of stablemate Al Ozzdi to win a thrilling opener shortly after 13:00 BST, there was nothing but an eerie silence.
The first Group 1 race of the French flat season will take place just over a month than originally scheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Racing New South Wales on Monday detailed its plans around prizemoney, including the restoration or pre-COVID-19 levels and feature-race stakes for the 2020 Spring Carnival.
Champion trainer Lee Freedman says “it’s just the right time” to revamp the spring carnival, adding making no changes would be a “mistake”.
The Melbourne Racing Club's proposal to switch the Caulfield Cup Carnival to late November has been condemned by Victorian racing's two most powerful stakeholders, the owners and trainers' associations.
Welsh courses and the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) are pleased to announce the resumption of racing behind closed doors in Wales.
The first fixture is scheduled for Monday 15th June at Chepstow racecourse.
BHA PRESS RELEASE - Race Card for Tuesday June 2nd at Newcastle
CLICK HERE To see Tuesday June 2nd Race Card at Newcastle
Disciplinary Panel result of fast-tracked case (A. Balding)
The Judicial Panel Chairman (JPC), His Honour Brian Barker CBE QC, has approved the following charge under the British Horseracing Authority fast-track system:
BHA NEWS - Update from the Resumption of Racing Group
CLICK HERE for the hopes of resumption of horseracing.
BHA NEWS - Update from the Resumption of Racing Group - Race Card at Newcastle
Click here for the 1st race day Race Card at Newcastle, after the lockdown.