The fun continues for the second day of our Autumn Festival

This Saturday 10 September will see the fun and excitement of Fridays start to the Autumn Festival continue. The Autumn Festival Saturday provides a perfect setting to enjoy the glorious weather of summers transition into autumn. As our penultimate fixture, this race day is sure to be an excitable and energetic affair. Bask in the autumn glow at the world’s oldest racecourse, and enjoy a level of service and attention to detail you’ll remember forever.

Make the occasion extra special and book into one of our renowned hospitality venues. The Final Furlong offers you an enviable location at the centre of the racecourse. Plus with access to both sides of the track and your own exclusive track side area to view the racing from, you’ll be able to catch all the action from every angle. If you prefer a birds eye view, our award winning Restaurant 1539 offers unbeatable panoramic vistas off the racecourse.

This year the early bird definitely catches the worm, as we’re rewarding customers that book early with the best ticket prices. Ticket prices are split into different categories, with the lowest price always going to those that book early. This means the quicker you book, the better price you’ll get!

For group bookings, please call the box office on 01244 304610 or email

Please note that all tickets will be subject to a £1.25 per ticket administration fee.

For more information, please visit our terms & conditions page.

Raceday Schedule



12:00 am

Novice Stakes (Class 4, 2yo)
Distance: 6f 17y | Prize: £10,000

12:00 am

Stand Cup (Listed)
Distance: 1m 4f 63y | Prize: £40,000

12:00 am

Handicap Stakes (Class 3, 4yo+)
Distance: 1m 6f 87y | Prize: £12,000

12:00 am

Nursery Handicap Stakes (Class 3, 2yo)
Distance: 5f 15y | Prize: £12,000

12:00 am

Handicap Stakes (Class 3, 3yo+)
Distance: 6f 17y | Prize: £12,000

12:00 am

Handicap Stakes (Class 2, 4yo+)
Distance: 1m 2f 70y | Prize: £19,000

12:00 am

Handicap Stakes (Class 4, 4yo+)
Distance: 1m 2f 70y | Prize: £10,000