From Wednesday, 2nd December, spectators will be allowed into certain racecourses in England following a relaxation of government coronavirus restrictions.
Courses in Tier 2 areas can host up to 2,000 spectators (there are no racecourses in Tier 1).
The Racing Post have reviewed the December fixture list and identified which race meetings spectators maybe able to attend, although they state each course will have their own restrictions and are likely to give precedence to annual members.
In their recent article they provided details of which courses fall into Tier 2, which are Tier 3 and therefore can not allow spectators and which are in Wales or Scotland, yet to be determined.
With tiers due to be reviewed on the 16th December, things may change for race meetings later in the month.
For a the full breakdown of where you can go racing in December, see: