Our Top UK Racing Days
The Festival - Cheltenham | 10th - 13th March
The first big race of the season descends into the Cotswolds for four day in mid-March. Twenty eight races are hosted with Friday’s Gold Cup ending festivities with its infamous history and £625,000 prize fund. New for 2020, the Park area will be offering a festival vibe with live music, DJ sets and street food..
Grand National Festival - Aintree | 2nd - 4th April
The Grand National is the race to compete with, it is watched by 600 million on TV globally, and is the longest jumps race in the calendar. Tickets sell fast, especially for Ladies' Day when everyone who wants to be seen will be seen.
Derby Festival - Epsom | 5th - 6th June
Considered to be the greatest flat race in the world, the £1.5m prize Derby race on the Saturday is one to watch and go and visit. Ticket prices start from £15 for the family friendly Hillside Enclosure to top hat and tails hospitality in the Queen’s Stand.
Royal Ascot - Ascot | 16th - 20th June
For a truly traditional racing experience, Royal Ascot is the one for you. At precisely 2pm on the Tuesday, the Queen arrives and the fun begins through to the Saturday. Making sure you follow the very strict style rules is as important as getting that winning ticket, especially on Ladies’ Day.
Goodwood Festival - Goodwood | 28th July - 1st August
If you head to ‘Glorious Goodwood’, the Richmond Enclosure is the place to be with the Veuve Clicquot Champagne & Seafood Bar & Lawn opposite the winning post and parade ring. Saturday’s Stewards Cup is not to be missed.