About Warwick Racecourse
Warwick Racecourse is owned and run by the jockey club. Traditionally it provided both national hunt and flat racing, but since 2015 it has switched to just jumps racing. It is situated next to Warwick castle and is one of the oldest racecourses in the country, with racing being traced back to 1694.
The Warwick 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.
The highlights of their racing calendar are the Leamington Novices' Hurdle, held in January and the Kingmaker Novices' Chase in February, both of which are Grade 2 races.
Free Bets on Warwick Races
A left-handed course, which is fairly undulating, with tight turns and short run-in. Circuit 1 mile 6 furlongs.
Going Racing at Warwick
Warwick Racecourse is close to the junction of the A46 and A41. From the north pick up the A46 via Leamington Spa and from the south via Stratford. From the M40 exit at Junction 15. Only 20 minutes from Birmingham and 1 hour 30 minutes from London.
An hourly service runs from London to Warwick and Leamington. The station is 20 minutes walk from the racecourse.