About Catterick Racecourse
The first recorded meeting took place at Catterick Bridge in 1783, but it was not until 1813 that a permanent course was created. It's classed as one of the homes of the Northern racing scene and is a favourite among many of the region's owners, trainers and racing public.
Catterick offers racing all year round and is the busiest racecourse in North Yorkshire. The highlight of their racing calendar is the North Yorkshire Grand National, which takes place in January.
Free Bets on Catterick Races
Left-handed 1m1f oval, undulating and very sharp with handiness essential.
Left-handed, sharp and undulating, suiting handy types. Circuit 1m3f.
Going Racing at Catterick
Follow the A1 and exit at Scotch Corner on the east side of the Great North Road. The racecourse is situated just off the A1 approximately five miles south of Scotch Corner. The exit at Catterick Village is the most suitable point to leave the A1 – the course is just on the outskirts of the village.
Darlington station is on the line from London Kings Cross. Buses run frequently from the station.