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Where is Newcastle Racecourse?
Newcastle Racecourse is in High Gosforth Park 7km north of Newcastle upon Tyne up the B1318 Great North Road.
Newcastle Central rail station is a 10-minute walk to Haymarket bus station where buses 43 and 44 leave for the racecourse. Newcastle Airport is 10km west of the track.
What is Newcastle Racecourse Famous For?
The first Newcastle Races were held in Killingworth just east of High Gosforth Park in 1621. A century later, Town Moor north of town started hosting races including the first Northumberland Plate in 1833. Racing was moved to its current location in 1882 with the first jumps card held in 1951.
The turf flat course was replaced by a floodlit Tapeta all-weather track in 2016. This has proved to be hugely successful with John Gosden's Enable and Stradivarius winning Newcastle maidens on the way to superstardom.
Newcastle Racecourse Track Specifics
Newcastle is a left-handed flat triangular track with sweeping turns. It is a mile and six furlongs (2600m) long with the all-weather bordering the jumps track. There is also a straight mile all-weather track which Gosden has called “a proper fair test”.
It is a course for gallopers and a long four-furlong (800m) home straight means stamina is an asset with jockeys often playing a waiting game before committing for home.
Biggest Meeting's at Newcastle Racecourse
The three-day Northumberland Plate Festival remains the track's biggest meeting in late June. The feature, the historic two-mile (3200m) handicap, is on the Saturday along with the Group 3 Chipchase Stakes over six furlongs (1200m).
The Grade 1 Fighting Fifth Hurdle in late November or early December is the season highlight overjumps and the first serious outing for Champion Hurdle contenders.
Newcastle Racecourse is one of the UK's busiest racecourses, hosting over 60 races each year and to get the Best Odds at Newcastle take a look at both our Best Odds Guaranteed and our Free Bets pages to get the best value for this meeting.
Visit the official Newcastle Racecourse website for more information including upcoming race days, on-course features and more!