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With nine fabulous and varied racecourses spread across the county, from Beverley in the east to Wetherby and  Pontefract in the west, Doncaster in the south to Redcar via Ripon, Thirsk and Catterick in the North and with York the jewel in the crown, there is nowhere in Britain to match Yorkshire for horse racing whether it is on the Flat or over jumps.

Add to the mix a multitude of successful trainers and a long list of jockeys, riding at the top of their game, first-class facilities at Jack Berry House, the rehabilitation centre for jockeys and stable staff, and the National Horse racing College, which is the first step for many joining the racing industry and facilitating the ongoing development and progression of those already involved, then it is clear to see why winners come from Yorkshire.

Be part of the winning crowd, when you go racing in Yorkshire.  From championship racing to more relaxed family days and everything in between, there is a race day to suit your mood or occasion.

Go Racing In Yorkshire is the marketing organisation of Yorkshire’s nine racecourses, working with them and independently to promote racing in our great county.

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FUNDRAISING COUPLE GEE UP FOR DESERT TREK AND SPECIAL RACE NIGHT

Donna and Jonjo Sanderson, hope to raise £20,000 for charity CoppaFeel!, after 43-year-old Donna was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. Donna said: “As a busy working mum of three, I barely had time to brush my teeth in peace, let alone add the job of regularly checking my boobs to my to do list! […]

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Buick heads from Longchamp to Redcar as he chases jockeys’ title

Buick, runner up to Oisin Murphy in last season’s championship, is in Paris on Sunday to ride Modern Games for Charlie Appleby and Godolphin in the Group 1 Emirates Poule d’Essai des Poulains at Longchamp. Then he heads to the North-East coast for six rides, starting with the unraced three-year-old filly Grant Me Serenity in […]

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Catterick

THRILLING TRIO OF FIXTURES COMING UP AT CATTERICK

Events get underway on the evening of Friday 20 May, with racing starting at 5.20pm – perfect timing for those who have been working hard all week to start their weekend with a well-earned treat. The course is offering a two-course special in the popular Winning Streak Restaurant that evening, in addition to the usual […]

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GOSDEN TEAM PREPARE “OLD PRIZE FIGHTER” FOR A TILT AT FRESH GLORY AT YORK

The eight-year-old has already won the Group 2 race twice, alongside three other course victories in the Weatherbys Hamilton Lonsdale Cup. Indeed his tally of five triumphs at York is only bettered by Copper Knight, who will be sent in search of a seventh course success tomorrow in the Paddy Power-sponsored sprint handicap, due off […]

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“WE’VE ONLY JUST GOT HIM THERE READY TO GO” STOUTE ON AL BASTI EQUIWORLD DUBAI DANTE CONTENDER DESERT CROWN

The Nathaniel colt is currently second in some firms’ betting for this year’s Epsom Derby after a striking debut display at Nottingham last November. Sent off an 11/1 shot for an extended mile maiden, he powered clear in the closing stages to score by five and a half lengths. Desert Crown has not been seen […]

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GOSDENS HAVE CLASSIC DUO PRIMED FOR YORK ENGAGEMENTS

On Wednesday, the Newmarket-based trainers will be hoping that Emily Upjohn can enhance her Epsom Oaks credentials with victory on the Knavesmire in the Group 3 Tattersalls Musidora Stakes, a contest that has unearthed seven fillies who have done the Knavesmire/downs double. The daughter of Sea The Stars has won both of her starts to […]

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Racing’s workplaces encouraged to set aside time for #TeaAndTalk in tackling loneliness

Tying into this theme, workplaces across the horseracing and thoroughbred breeding industries will be encouraged throughout the week to set aside time during their working day to take part in the #TeaAndTalk initiative. The initiative promotes an awareness of not just your own mental wellbeing, but the wellbeing of others around you with simple yet […]

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DANTE FESTIVAL SET TO KICK OFF RECORD BREAKING 2022 SEASON AT YORK

Prize money over the three days of the Dante Festival is £1.35m, meaning a six-figure increase on 2019, with every worth £20,000 or more. All eight of the Pattern grade contests see a significant increase on their 2019 values. It should mean a feast of top-quality action welcomes back racegoers after a two-year absence from […]

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PROJECT DANTE RETURNS TO DANTE FESTIVAL AT YORK RACECOURSE

But 35 minutes after the richest ever staging of the famous Group 2, now worth £175,000 the aptly-named Project Dante is scheduled to return in the Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Westow Stakes. The three-year-old made a winning debut for owners Bond Thoroughbred Limited and trainer Bryan Smart at the 2021 Dante Festival. A month […]

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‘GOOD TO GET BACK TO YORK’ – BURROWS ON GIMCRACK HERO’S RETURN

Burrows has relaunched for 2022 as a public trainer after a restructure within his previous employer Shadwell – although the renowned operation still retains its link with him in the shape of several classy horses, such as Hukum and Minzaal. Indeed, Minzaal enjoyed the finest hour of his career to date when landing the 2020 […]

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FORMER RACEHORSE GOLDREAM ANNOUNCED AS EQUINE AMBASSADOR FOR YORK RACECOURSE

A former dual Group 1 winner of the King Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot and Prix de L’Abbaye at Paris, Longchamp, Goldream will represent the Yorkshire track on and off the racecourse and help demonstrate the meaningful lives racehorses lead following their racing career. Racegoers can get to know Goldream, and his friend Poppy the […]

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O’Meara pair among 15 in Fitzdares Thirsk Hunt Cup

Last year’s third Astro King heads the weights for Sir Michael Stoute. The son of Kingman, who is the 9/2 favourite with Fitzdares, is seeking his first high-profile handicap success after coming close on several occasions last season, most notably when chasing home Real World in the Royal Hunt Cup. Mick Channon landed the 2021 […]

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Marquand relishes being on Duty at Redcar

The Showcasing three-year-old, trained at Newmarket, was never extended as she won The Every Race Live On Racing TV Fillies’ Novice Stakes. Marquand, second favourite for the jockeys’ title, added: “She’s done really well through the winter and is a beautiful filly. It was a case of more education for her, and she’s really improved.” […]

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Apprentice Series

King of Tonga Continues Pontefract Reign

King Of Tonga came out on top to maintain his unbeaten record at the track and provide Zak Wheatley with his 23rd winner, as well as a very smart Go Racing In Yorkshire gilet, which is given to all the winning riders of the White Rose Saddlery supported series. Having already ridden winners priced at […]

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Beverley

BOUGHEY BANKS ON SPARK TO FLY AT BEVERLEY

The three-year-old son of Frankel looked destined to win the seven-and-a-half-furlong handicap at the first meeting of the season, but was collared late on by Foden. Evocative Spark now bids for redemption in the feature race on the card, the £14,000 Alan McGuiness And Robin Lunness Memorial Handicap (2.30). Newmarket-based Boughey said: “It was always […]

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