Promising to be a super season, Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton are all set for Jump racing to return this autumn. Reflect on last season's highlights in our Kalendar Magazine and look ahead to our key dates.
South West Jump Racing Returns
The wait is over and as Autumn approaches Jump racing is set to return to the South West and all four of our courses are taking shape for a fantastic season.
Warwick kick off the season on September 26th with The Racing UK Grand Season Opener followed by Exeter's Season's Opener on October 12th and Wincanton's Season Opener on October 20th. The Showcase returns to the Home of Jump racing on October 27th-28th.
Key dates for the season include:
Friday 17th - Sunday 19th November - The November Meeting
Monday 1st January - New Year's Day
Saturday 27th January - Festival Trials Day
Tuesday 13th - Friday 16th March - The Festival™
Friday 4th May - Hunter Chase Evening
Tuesday 7th November – Haldon Gold Cup
Sunday 26th November - Devon Day
Monday 1st January - New Year's Day Racing
Sunday 11th February - Super Sunday
Sunday 8th April - Family Day
Sunday 29th October - 150 Year Celebration Chase
Saturday 11th November - Badger Chase Day
Tuesday 26th December – Boxing Day
Saturday 17th February - Kingwell Hurdle Day
Sunday 31st December – New Year’s Eve Party at the Races
Saturday 13th January - Betfred Classic Chase Day
Saturday 10th February - Gentleman's Raceday featuring the Kingmaker Chase
Monday 7th May - Kids' Carnival Day
To book tickets call: 03445793003
Kalendar has landed!
The arrival of our magazine gives racegoers a chance to reflect and reminisce on the previous season's racing. Highlights within this years magazine include feature interviews with Eddie Jordan, going for gold with Jessica Harrington and Sir AP McCoy in bronze. The Kalendar magazine offers exclusive interviews with the greats of the sport drawing on some of the top sporting stories across the region, allowing you to let the excitment build for another season of top-class racing. Kalendar includes hospitality and ticket prices, enclosure details, and a host of information to help you plan and enjoy racing at all of our South West courses.
The name 'Kalendar' is in reference to the first racing calendar which was produced by The Jockey Club in April 1752 by John Pond which gave notice that there would be a race at Newmarket for 'horses the Property of the Noblemen and Gentlemen belonging to The Jockey Club'.
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