Staines Road East
About Kempton Park Racecourse
The first horse races took place at Kempton Park in 1878. In more recent times the current grandstand was built in 197, after some redevelopment work. The course was then closed in 2005 for the construction of the all weather floodlit course, which took 11 months to complete
The all weather surface allows racing to take place througout the entire year and Kempton is now one of the UK's busiest courses, with a mix of all weather and National Hunt racing. The highlight of their racing calendar is the group 1 King George V1 chase, which is a traditional boxing day fixtute.
Free Bets on Kempton Races
Triangular circuit 1m5f, practically flat, with 220yd run-in.
Right handed ten furlong oval for 6f, 7f, 1m, 1m3f, 1m4f and 2m races. Inner six furlong track for 5f and 1m2f races.
Going Racing at Kempton Park
Kempton Park is very near to the London end of the M3, and if you are travelling from anywhere other than Central London, the best route is to follow the M25 round to junction 12 and then turn on to the M3 eastbound until Junction 1. From there turn right on to the A308 and Kempton Park is approximately 1m further along on your left.
Kempton Park has its very own station which is served by trains on the Shepperton to London Waterloo line. From London the journey take approximately 35 minutes and trains leave roughly every half an hour.