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Brighton Racecourse

Thinking of visiting a racecourse in Brighton?

Brighton Racecourse is located just outside the centre of Brighton, Sussex, England. It is one of fifteen racecourses owned and operated by the Arena Racing Company.

It is one of the smallest racecourses in the country, both in terms of size and prize money but is still extremely popular with punters and racing teams alike.

Brighton Races Tips

For the best Brighton Races tips around, you should listen to the advice of our team of experts. Before the race cards are made they have already studied the form of all the riders and used them to form the basis of a tip.

It doesn’t stop there however, as they go one step further. They use their years of experience and they als speak to their friends in the paddock. After all, who knows the field better than the teams themselves?

Once they have collated all of this important information they will put it together and formulate an accurate tip.

If you want in on these fantastic Brighton Races tips then all you need to do is visit our horse racing tips page.

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Brighton Racing Betting

If you are placing any form of Brighton Racing bet then you should let us take the bet for you. We pride ourselves on being responsible bookmakers and giving out sound advice.

We highly recommend that you study the day’s race card for information on the horses you think you may bet on. This way you aren’t just making a stab in the dark bet but an informed one.

Our expert tipsters can also provide you with guidance if you want to take their advice on board.

Whoever you decide to bet on, just click here to place it with us.

Brighton Races Free Bets

There are a range of sites that offer free bets for horse racing and other sports.

If you are looking to place bets online, we would recommend having a look at some free betting sites. This way you can place bets without paying a penny!

For more information, please check out the link above.

Today’s Riders and Runners at Brighton

Today’s runners and riders at Brighton Racecourse are going to be of particular interest if you are having a flutter or two. This information can be found in your Brighton Racecourse race card.

The reason this is of importance is that other than tips, it is the best source of solid information for the day’s racing. It includes the time that each race is going to be run at and their individual names.

This is your first opportunity to see how the various horses have fared if they have run the course before, or in similar conditions.

This allows you to determine how you think the race will go, but you should also take into consideration all the other information such as the jockey and trainer details.

Once you have read up on all this you should have a much more concrete idea of who is going to be worthy of your money.


The Brighton Racecourse calendar runs from April until October every season. In this short period of time, Brighton Racecourse manages to host an admirable 21 race meetings.

A complete Brighton Racecourse fixtures list for the upcoming season is available from the official racecourse. If you want a Brighton fixtures list to print off and keep then the Brighton Racecourse website has one for you.

Ladies’ Day

Brighton Races Ladies’ Day is traditionally held in August as part of the 3 day Festival of Racing. The event has continued to grow in popularity each year and sells out way ahead of time.

Ladies seem to love getting dressed to kill with the hope of being crowned the festival’s ‘Best Dressed Lady’. Keep an eye out for tickets, as they are always selling fast!


There is a Brighton Racecourse map available for anyone not too sure above getting around the racecourse. With so many people attending on race day this could come in handy!

Just go to the official Brighton Racecourse website to get access. This will allow you to view it on screen or you also have the option to download and print it free of charge.

Dress Code 

The dress code at Brighton Racecourse is very relaxed and rules are kept to a minimum. However, it’s not every day that you get to go to the races so why not go all-out and dress up for the occasion.


Racing at Brighton Racecourse began in 1783, although racing had been taking place in the area for 80 years before this. It is believed that jump racing had its origins here when George IV used some sheep pens to jump over.

The course has seen numerous investments over the years including a £4 million revamp of the course in the early 1990’s.

For more information on Brighton Racecourses’ history, why not read its Wikipedia entry

All Horse Racing Events

Check below to see a list of other horse racing events available in December 2019:

As you can see there are plenty of racecourses across the UK and Bath is just one of them!