About Nottingham Racecourse
Racing has taken place at Colwick Park since the end of the 19th Century. Up until 1996 it was a dual purpose racecourse of flat and national hunt racing. In the past 30 years Nottingham has established a reputation as a track where trainers introduce classic hopefuls. The highlight of their racing calendar are three listed races and a series of handicap races.
The Nottingham racecourse web site includes a list of upcoming fixtures, dress code, directions and parking, racecourse map, spectator guide and places to stay around the area. It also includes details of venue hire for both business functions and celebrations, such as weddings and private parties.
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Two flat tracks, one for the use in the early and late weeks of the season and the other in high hummer, as part of their policy to improve ground conditions and entice the very best horses. They form a left-handed oval, galloping track that's flat with easy turns. it's about 1m 4f round, with 4 1/2f run-in.
Going Racing at Nottingham
The Racecourse is situated only 2 miles from Nottingham City Centre, East of Nottingham on the B686 in Colwick. It is easily accessible from any direction. From the North follow the A60 or A612. From the South follow the A60 and A453. From the East or West follow the A52. Once at Nottingham follow the brown signs or yellow park & ride signs to the racecourse.
Nottingham Midland Station is only two miles from the course. There is a taxi rank at the station. It will take you approximately 10-15 minutes to get to the racecourse from there.