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Where is Nottingham Racecourse?
Nottingham Racecourse is 3km east of Nottingham City Centre off the A612. It is easily accessible from the M1, A52 and A46.
Nottingham rail station is just south of the city centre and a 15-minute walk from the regular 44 bus service on King St. Alternatively, a taxi from the station to the track takes 10 minutes.
What is Nottingham Racecourse Famous For?
Nottingham first staged racing at the start of the 18th century at Forest Recreation Ground to the north of the city. Sherwood Forest was also used before the current venue at Colwick Park was established in 1892.
The great Golden Miller won a steeplechase at Nottingham in 1931 but the track hosted its last jumps race in February 1996. It now stages around 20 flat meetings from April to November.
Nottingham Racecourse Track Specifics
Nottingham is a left-handed flat oval track around one and a half miles (2400m) long. It actually has two courses which cross one another. The track to the inner on the home straight, used in spring and autumn, has a straight five-furlong track. The one nearer the stands, used in summer, has sharper turns and a straight six-furlong track.
It boasts a long four-furlong (800m) run-in which suits a hold-up horse that hasn't expended too much energy on the home turn.
Biggest Meeting's at Nottingham Racecourse
Nottingham's most popular raceday is Ladies' Day in May with the highlight the Listed Kilvington Stakes for fillies and mares over six furlongs (1200m).
The Listed Barry Hills Further Flight Stakes, named after the high-class stayer and his trainer, is held at Nottingham in April. The Listed Nottinghamshire Oaks, switched from Warwick and renamed in 2014, takes place in late May or early June.
Nottingham Racecourse is a high quality track devoted to summer flat racing and to get the Best Odds at Nottingham 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 Nottingham Racecourse website for more information including upcoming race days, on-course features and more!