Beverley Racecourse can be found in Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It runs 19 fixtures between April and September.
It’s most notable race is the Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes which is traditionally held in either late August or early September. It has been hilariously described as an ‘unpretentious but agreeable’ racecourse.
Beverley Races Tips
Once you’ve studied your race card, we would advise you to click here to see the latest Beverley Races tips from our panel of professional tipsters. Our tipsters will have all the information that is contained in your race card, but they hold an additional Ace card too.
They are on first name terms with the people actually involved in the race, from the owners and jockeys right down to the stable hands, so they’ll talk to them to see if there is any more information to take into consideration.
Their Beverley Races tips will be the most informed out there are that will be reflected in the fantastic odds that we offer, so do yourself a favour and check out those red hot tips now.
Betting on Beverley
Betting on Beverley race meetings is as easy as 1,2,3. First, choose the horse or horses that you want to back. Secondly, click here to be taken to our favourite betting sites, and thirdly, you place your bet.
It’s really that easy, and if you’ve studied our brilliant tips then you’ll know that our odds are the best around.
Why waste time looking around when you can save yourself the hassle of trying to find better odds than ours. Use the link above to place your bet and enjoy the racing.
Free Bets at Beverley Racecourse
Interested in free bets at Beverley Racecourse? Our team have produced a list of free betting sites that you can take advantage of.
Have a look througgh and see if there are any offers for Beverley Racecourse!
The Beverley Racecourse entrance fee will vary depending on which race you book and which enclosure or paddock you want to use on the day. The Premier Enclosure is the most expensive of the three but it also depends on how you tailor your race day package.
You may choose to eat at one of the restaurants or it could be that there is a large group of you attending which would entitle you to a discount. Perhaps you are an Annual Badge holder or have vouchers to use.
There are so many different aspects to take into account that it’s worth going to the Beverley Racecourse website to see what the options are.
Beverley Races Today
The Beverley Races are happening today and you’ll be wanting to plan your betting strategy out.
Whether you’re actually attending the meeting or if you are just placing a bet and following it elsewhere, you still need the same essential tools to make your day a successful one.
First of all you need a good race card (see below for that). Once you’ve studied that you need to take advantage of the superb tips on offer that relate to every single race of the day.
Finally, make your decision and place your bets. Most important of all – have fun out there!
The Beverley Races race card from https://www.sportinglife.com/racing/racecards is packed full of every bit of information you could possibly need to know about race day.
If you don’t use one you’ll miss out important details such as the name, starting time and prize money on offer for each race. You won’t know how the horses have fared on this course before and how they performed under similar circumstances.
You won’t be privy to what colours the jockey is wearing or what success the individual trainers have had with other horses.
And most importantly of all, you’ll have no idea how all of this information has affected the odds, so you’ll be betting blind. The race card is free and is updated right up until the race actually starts, so don’t miss out.
The next Beverley race meeting will be available as part of a greater list of all Beverley Racecourse meetings on their official website.
There are no meetings held between October and March but the rest of the year is fully loaded with exciting events.
The Beverley Races results will come in thick and fast once the first race of the day is over and done with.
Results are updated at the conclusion of each race and compiled into a full list of winners, losers and also-rans at the end of the racing day.
Beverley Non Runners
Just as important as the Beverley runners and riders are the Beverley non runners. If a horse fails to start or does not complete the race then it will be classed as a non runner.
This is especially important where your bet is concerned because it will be declared null and void and you can claim your stake back.
The only exception to this is if you have placed an Ante bet, in which case the bet would be classed as a losing one and the bookies would retain your stake.
The Beverley Races dress code is top of the Frequently Asked Questions list on the Beverley Racecourse website, so if you were wondering what to wear don’t worry, you’re not on your own.
The course operate a very simple dress code policy and if you would like to look at it in detail just see below:
- Dress accordingly for the weather
- Tailored shorts and T shirts are permitter
- Smart overall appearance
- Sportswear and fancy dress are restricted to the Grandstand and Paddock or Course Enclosures with the exception of theme days.
Beverley Races Ladies’ Day is usually held in the middle of August. The Flemingate Ladies’ Day as it is known is one of the summer highlights, with huge crowds attending and all dressed to impress.
This is the opportunity to add your touch of style to an already glamorous occasion and to compete for incredible prizes. Will the fabled ‘Best Dressed Lady’ award go to you this year?
Beverley Racecourse was established over 300 years ago and has gone from strength to strength ever since. The first Grandstand to be built on the course was erected in 1767 and it has gone from running just two races a year after World War II, to nineteen in 2017.
Today, it is an award winning racecourse and all profits made from racing go straight back into funding new improvements. The history of racing at Beverley is expanded on a little more here.
All Horse Racing Events
If you are interested in visiting more horse racing events in December 2019, have a look at this list below:
- Aintree Racecourse
- Ascot Racecourse
- Ayr Racecourse
- Bangor on Dee Racecourse
- Bath Racecourse
- Beverley Racecourse
- Brighton Racecourse
- Carlisle Racecourse
- Cartmel Racecourse
- Catterick Racecourse
- Chelmsford City Racecourse
- Cheltenham Racecourse
- Chepstow Racecourse
- Chester Racecourse
- Curragh Racecourse
- Doncaster Racecourse
- Downpatrick Racecourse
- Dundalk Stadium
- Epsom Downs Racecourse
- Exeter Racecourse
- Fakenham Racecourse
- Ffos Las Racecourse
- Fontwell Park Racecourse
- Galway Racecourse
- Goodwood Racecourse
- Great Yarmouth Racecourse
- Hamilton Park Racecourse
- Haydock Park Racecourse
- Hereford Racecourse
- Hexham Racecourse
- Huntingdon Racecourse
- Kelso Racecourse
- Kempton Park Racecourse
- Leicester Racecourse
- Leopardstown Racecourse
- Lingfield Park Racecourse
- Ludlow Racecourse
- Market Rasen Racecourse
- Musselburgh Racecourse
- Newbury Racecourse
- Newcastle Racecourse
- Newmarket Racecourse
- Newton Abbot Racecourse
- Nottingham Racecourse
- Perth Racecourse
- Plumpton Racecourse
- Pontefract Racecourse
- Redcar Racecourse
- Ripon Racecourse
- Salisbury Racecourse
- Sandown Park Racecourse
- Sedgefield Racecourse
- Southwell Racecourse
- Stratford-on-Avon Racecourse
- Taunton Racecourse
- Thirsk Racecourse
- Towcester Racecourse
- Uttoxeter Racecourse
- Warwick Racecourse
- Wetherby Racecourse
- Wincanton Racecourse
- Windsor Racecourse
- Wolverhampton Racecourse
- Worcester Racecourse
- York Racecourse
Here you can see that Beverley Racecourse isn’t the only one to hold great events!