Races in the next 7 days
|Wed Nov 13 2019||Ayr||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 13 2019||Bangor-On-Dee||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 13 2019||Exeter||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Nov 14 2019||Ludlow||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Nov 14 2019||Sedgefield||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Thu Nov 14 2019||Taunton||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Nov 15 2019||Southwell||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Nov 15 2019||Cheltenham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Fri Nov 15 2019||Newcastle||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Nov 16 2019||Uttoxeter||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Nov 16 2019||Wetherby||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sat Nov 16 2019||Wolverhampton||Flat - Floodlit - AWT|
|Sat Nov 16 2019||Lingfield Park||Flat - Afternoon - AWT|
|Sat Nov 16 2019||Cheltenham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sun Nov 17 2019||Cheltenham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Sun Nov 17 2019||Fontwell Park||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Nov 18 2019||Leicester||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Mon Nov 18 2019||Southwell||Flat - Floodlit - AWT|
|Mon Nov 18 2019||Wolverhampton||Flat - Afternoon - AWT|
|Mon Nov 18 2019||Plumpton||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Tue Nov 19 2019||Kempton Park||Flat - Afternoon - AWT|
|Tue Nov 19 2019||Lingfield Park||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Tue Nov 19 2019||Chelmsford City||Flat - Floodlit - AWT|
|Tue Nov 19 2019||Fakenham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 20 2019||Hexham||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 20 2019||Chepstow||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 20 2019||Warwick||Jump - Afternoon - Turf|
|Wed Nov 20 2019||Kempton Park||Flat - Floodlit - AWT|
Horse racing is one of the most popular sports in the UK, with ITV’s coverage of the 2019 Grand National drawing in 9.6m viewers. This was a 12% increase from 2018, and an estimated 600m people tuned in across the globe. It also remains the most bet-upon sport in the UK. Aside from viewing figures, the 2018 Grand National saw £250m being bet on the race. But it’s not just for dedicated equestrians either. You can easily find guides to horse racing betting for beginner’s on online sports betting sites, for instance. So how did horse racing and betting become almost synonymous?
Excitement for the 2019 Grand National is reaching fever pitch. This year's event could see the first back-to-back winner since 1973 and 1974 when Red Rum famously galloped to victory.
With the race just a few weeks away, 2019 Grand National betting sees a lot of fans backing Tiger Roll. Can the horse win the race again or will one of his rivals gallop to success?
The Grand National 2019 is just days away. The three-day horse racing festival will kick off with Grand Opening Day on Thursday, April 4th and run until Saturday, April, 6th. The three-day event will feature 21 races with some of the biggest names in British and Irish horse racing taking part. Horse racing fans can find information how to get betting on the Grand National and wager on the horse they believe will win this year’s race.
Fakenham Racecourse has signed up to support Responsible Gambling Week, an industry-wide campaign to trigger a national conversation about what it means to gamble responsibly. Responsible Gambling Week 2019, which takes place from November 7th – November 13th under the hashtag #RGWeek19, is the public face of the industry’s year-round commitment to promote safer gambling. […]
Tony Cruz is resolute in his expectation that Exultant can confirm his status as Hong Kong's pre-eminent 'stayer' in Sunday's (17 November) G2 Jockey Club Cup (2000m) and beyond.
We are delighted to have become travel partners with Middleham Park Racing!
Pat Smullen and Enable films for the 29th annual Cartier Racing Awards
Pat Smullen honoured and Enable is Cartier Horse Of The Year at 29th annual Cartier Racing Awards - access to the videos and photos
Pat Smullen is honoured and Enable is Cartier Horse Of The Year at the 29th annual Cartier Racing Awards
CARTIER RACING AWARDS MEDIA RELEASE - Enable is Cartier Horse Of The Year for second time as Gosden and Dettori carry nearly all before them at the 29th annual Cartier Racing Awards
Enable is tonight revealed as the 2019 Cartier Horse Of The Year at the 29th annual Cartier Racing awards, European horseracing's equivalent of the Oscars. Bred by owner Prince Khalid Abdullah's Juddmonte Farms, the five-year-old mare added a further three Group 1 (G1) successes to her remarkable CV in 2019, with victories in the Coral-Eclipse, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth QIPCO Stakes and Darley Yorkshire Oaks.
The anticipated highlight of day 3 of the 2019 November NH Sale lived up to expectations - in front of a packed sales ring the Camelot half-brother to Altior, the 20-time winner, 10-time Grade 1 winner and Nicky Henderson-trained champion, sold for €155,000 (Lot 560).
Trainer Jamie Snowden is set to saddle two of his leading novice prospects at The November Meeting, with Pacify aiming to make his mark at G2 level in the £32,000 Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle (2m ½f, 11 entries) on Sunday, 17 November.
RYAN MANIA was back in the winners’ enclosure at Kelso for the first time since his return to action on October 28.
The Grand National-winning pilot, who quit the saddle around five years ago after losing his battle with the scales, struck on Caventara trained by his stepfather-in-law Sandy Thomson.