About Hamilton Park Racecourse
The first race in Hamilton was in 1782, but it moved to it's current site in 1926. In 1947 Hamilton Park was was the first racecourse in the country to to stage an evening race meeting. They provide free customer wi-fi.
Their web site provides a list of flat racing fixtues that run from early May through to the end of September. They provide information to help you plan your visit, including hospitality, what to wear, directions to the course and where to stay in the area. Their site also includes details of race sponsorship and advertising, as well as hiring the venue for weddings and corporate events. They also provide the facility to purchase tickets online.
Free Bets on Hamilton Races
Right-handed, loop course with 5 furlong run-in part of straight. Undulating, with pronounced finishing climb.
Going Racing at Hamilton Park
- The racecourse is 15 miles south of Glasgow city centre:
- From Glasgow, take the M74 and exit Junction 5
- From Edinburgh take the M8, exit Junction 6 and take the A723
- From the south, take the A74 and M74 from Carlisle and exit Junction 5
There is free parking in the main public car park for all meetings.
Direct trains are available from Glasgow Central, whilst trains from Edinburgh Waverley service Motherwell with onward connections to Hamilton. Trains from London Euston and Yorkshire run to Glasgow Central.