Huntingdon Racecourse Guide

Guide to Huntingdon Racecourse

Huntingdon Racecourse near Brampton has hosted Jump racing since 1886. During the 18th and 19th centuries, racing took place at a variety of race tracks in Huntingdonshire and Cambridgeshire, but these days, only Huntingdon Races has survived as an active racecourse.

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About Huntingdon Races

National Hunt

Site of Special Scientific Interest

Jump racing has taken place at Huntingdon Racecourse near Brampton since 1886. ‘Brampton Racecourse’ (at the same location) is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest. During the 18th and 19th centuries, there had been races at a variety of tracks in Huntingdonshire and Cambridgeshire, but of these only Huntingdon Racecourse has survived (though nearby Cottenham continues as a very successful point-to-point track).

Desert Orchid

Many famous horses have graced Huntingdon Racecourse over the years, most notably the legendary Desert Orchid.

Important Races/Festivals

  • February – Sidney Barnes Memorial Novices’ Hurdle
  • December – The Peterborough Chase
  • December – Boxing Day Meeting

Directions

  • Road: The course is off A14 Junction 22.
  • Rail: Huntingdon Station is less than two miles from the course.
  • Website: www.huntingdon.thejockeyclub.co.uk
  • Telephone: 01480 453373.

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