Thinking of visiting Newton Abbot Racecourse?
Newton Abbot Racecourse is located on the north bank of the River Teign in Newton Abbot, Kingsteignton, Devon, and has been there since 1866. It celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2016.
Newton Abbot Race Tips
Newton Abbot race tips are plentiful, but choosing the right tip to bet on is still a bit of a minefield. Everybody knows somebody that has a ‘can’t possibly lose’ tip – and how often are they right?
Not much, let’s be honest. Unless you are taking the advice of an expert tipster, somebody who does it for a living, then you’re just throwing money away.
You might get lucky of course, but it won’t be sustainable. Wouldn’t you rather give your money the best chance of increasing by having an informed tip to bet on?
Our tipsters do just that – they take all the available information, including facts not known by the general public, and form an educated tip.
If you would like to receive these sorts of tips for Newton Abbot then just click here for more details.
Betting on Newton Abbot Races
Betting on Newton Abbot races is something that we can help you with.
If you are finding it difficult to decide on what horse to have a punt on, first consult your race card to see who is running and then check out our racing tips in the link above.
Once your mind is made up then just click here and we can place the bet for you. We promise to offer competitive odds and fair prices. Best of luck!
Free Betting at Newton Abbot Racecourse
If you are interested in placing a bet on Newton Abbot Races, make sure to check out our free betting sites. Here you can place bets without paying a penny.
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Do you have a particular favourite horse, one that’s never let you down? Is there a horse/jockey combination that you feel a kinship with for some reason? Is that horse running at Newton Abbot today?
For an up-to-date list of all the Newton Abbot Races runners, all you need is a race card. This will tell you the details of your particular horse, some background on its history and its chances in the race.
For more details on race cards for Newton Abbot Racecourse, read on…
Your race card for Newton Abbot is your Bible for the day. Regardless of how you’ve come to a decision on who you are going to be betting on, your race card is essential to keep up with all the latest updates.
As well as giving you vital information about the runners and riders involved in the day’s action, it will constantly be updated with the various odds changes and potential changes to the race lineup.
Any number of things could happen before, during and after the race that affect the overall result and your race card will keep you abreast of all of this.
If you need to know where to get tickets for Newton Abbot Races, then the best place to look is the official Newton Abbot Racecourse website.
The great thing about this is, if you purchase tickets from the horse’s mouth (no pun intended) then you know you are getting a genuine, valid ticket and at the price the venue intended you to pay.
Just click this link to be taken to the ticketing section of their site: http://www.newtonabbotracing.com/fixtures
So, you’ve placed your bets, you’ve watched your horse romp home and you’re ecstatic. So ecstatic, in fact, that you don’t know what happened to the rest of the field.
If you’ve bet on more than one horse or more than one race it can be so easy to lose track of every result, especially with so many variables involved.
Visit the official site to get your results now!
Newton Abbot Races Vouchers
There are two types of voucher associated with Newton Abbot Racecourse; The type you give as a gift and the type that saves you money! Gift vouchers are available from the course and they make a perfect gift for many occasions.
If it’s the money-off type of Newton Abbot Races vouchers that you want then you may have to look a little harder. Promotional vouchers and money-off coupons can be found online but be sure that they are in date and valid before you try to use them.
There are 19 fixtures held every year at Newton Abbot, including Ladies’ Day in June which is massively popular with punters.
The racecourse was used as a Prisoner of War camp in during the First World War, while the end of World War II was celebrated with a huge party on August Bank Holiday of 1945.
The Queen Mother opened the newly-built main grandstand in 1969 and improvements to the facilities have been made each winter since then.
All Horse Racing Events
Here is a list of other horse racing events updated in November 2019 you might be interested in.
As you can see there are many horse racing events in the UK and Newton Abbot Racecourse is certainly one of the most popular.