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Where is Haydock Park Racecourse?
Haydock Park Racecourse is situated between Liverpool and Manchester off the A580 East very close to J23 of the M6.
Newton-le-Willows is the closest rail station 3km south of the track and there is a free shuttle bus on selected racedays. Warrington Bank Quay on the London-Glasgow mainline is 12km away.
What is Haydock Park Racecourse Famous For?
Newton-le-Willows hosted races from the middle of the 18th century until 1898 with Haydock Park inaugurated the following year.
Haydock Races are among the most popular in the country with over 30 meetings per year boasting top-quality action across both codes.
Haydock Park Track Specifics
Haydock Park is a left-handed flat track around one and five furlongs (2600m) long. The fourfurlong (800m) run-in rises gradually to the finish. It is a popular galloping track which favours those who race prominently although it's a different story on heavy ground when Haydock becomes a real stamina test.
Biggest Meeting's at Haydock Park
The Haydock Sprint Cup day is the flat highlight in early September with the eponymous six-furlong (1200m) feature the track's only Group 1. Also on the card are the Old Borough Cup stayers' handicap and the Group 3 Superior Mile. Old Newton Cup day in early July is another big one with the historic middle-distance handicap sharing top billing with the Group 2 Lancashire Oaks.
The jumps' standout is the Betfair Chase, registered as the Lancashire Chase, in late November. The race was won four times by Kauto Star and is Haydock's sole Grade 1 contest. The Grade 3 Betfair Fixed Brush Hurdle was on the same card until 2017 but is now the Stayers' Handicap Hurdle over conventional hurdles.
Visit the official Haydock Park Racecourse website for more information including upcoming race days, on-course features and more!