Summer Festival Event

Go Racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival 2019

Sat 20th July to Sunday 28th July

The Go Racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival, supported by Sky Bet provides a whole week of racing with 10 meetings at eight out of the nine Yorkshire courses.

Starting on Saturday 20th July at Ripon and finishing on Sunday 28th July at Pontefract, the event also includes a leading trainer and jockey competition.

In addition an Open Afternoon at Jack Berry House in Malton will offer something extra on Tuesday 23rd July.  Witness what it takes to get jockey ready as the team will take you around the fitness suite and demonstrate training on the equisizer under the tutelage of a jockey coach.

Malton Museum will be showcasing some of the artefacts from their current exhibition of the horse.

Following this a screening of the film Seabiscuit will take place in the gym.  The timings are 1.30pm to approx 6.00pm.  Tickets are £7.50 each – please email charlotte.russell@goracing.co.uk to book your place.

Take a look at the action from last year
Pictures from day 1 at Ripon  Click HERE
Pictures from day 2 at Redcar Click HERE
Pictures from day 3 at Beverley  Click  HERE
Pictures from day 4 at Catterick click HERE
Pictures from day 5 at Doncaster click HERE
Pictures from day 6  at Thirsk click HERE
Pictures from day 7 at York click HERE
Pictures from day 8 at Pontefract click HERE

To book call 01937 580051
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