The Nine Yorkshire Racecourses

Yorkshire’s racecourses are spread across the county, from Beverley in the east, to Wetherby in the west and Redcar, Catterick, Thirsk, Ripon, York, Pontefract and Doncaster running from north to south, making racing in Yorkshire accessible from wherever you are!

Our nine courses host over 180 days of racing throughout the year.  Each racecourse has it’s own unique atmosphere and offers everything from top class racing to relaxed family days. Find out more by visiting the courses website using the links below.

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Irish trainer Katy raises a glass of Fizz to a winner at Redcar

IRISH trainer Katy Brown was planning to head back home to County Kildare on Sunday night – but changed her mind after Effernock Fizz romped home on the second day of the Go Racing In Yorkshire Festival at Redcar. “I think we’ll be reviewing our plans now and having a drink before going back in the morning,” said Katy after the four-year-old dual-purpose mare had triumphed under five-pound claimer David Simmonson in the Celebrate The Life of Peter Chapman Handicap Stakes (Division Two). The trainer had set off from home on the 4am ferry on Friday and ran two-year-old Petite Steps at Ripon on the opening day of Yorkshire’s summer festival. “She missed the break and just never travelled but we were hopeful that Effernock Fizz would make up for it,” she said. She revealed that ... (Read More)