Warwick Racecourse is situated in Warwick, England and is a prominent National Hunt racing course.
Many of the 25 races it stages throughout the year are televised and it hosts three races of particular notability: the Leamington Novices’ Hurdle, the Classic Chase and the Kingmaker Novices Chase
Warwick Races Betting Odds
Keeping up to date with the latest Warwick Races betting odds can be a bit of a whirlwind, especially if there are multiple events going on at the same time.
Something like the carnival day is an excellent way to spend time with the family but it might also mean that you get distracted when choosing which horses you are going to bet on.
To make it easier, why not place your bet with us before the races begin? Not only will this free you up to enjoy the day but you don’t have to worry about losing your betting slip either.
Just click here and let us take your bet, but don’t forget to take a look at our tips for today at Warwick first (link below).
Tips for Today at Warwick
The best tips for today at Warwick can be found on our sister page just here. We have a team of expert tipster that compile tips for each of the 25 races a year that Warwick Racecourse holds.
They will study the horse’s form guides like any good pundit will do but the thing that gives their tips the edge is that they know the people that work with the horses day in and day out, which makes them privy to information that the general public are not.
If you would like to know what they have predicted for today’s races at Warwick so you can make an informed choice bet then just use the link above.
Free Bets at Warwick
A lot of people choose to place bets online rather than at the racecourse themselves. This is due to many things – one being that free bets at Warwick and other tracks can be found online.
If you are interested to find out more, please have a look at the free bets UK page.
Warwick Racecourse was opened in 1707 but it wouldn’t be until 1809 until it was opened with its first stand. Parts of that original stand are still at the course in the present day!
Red Rum ran at the circuit in 1967 which is the same year that The Jockey Club took ownership of Warwick Racecourse. Up until 2014 the course ran flat races as well as National Hunt.
Today, it is a left-handed course which is almost circular and covers a mile and three quarters. Its characteristics are ten fences, tight turns and a run-in of 250 yards.
All of the day’s Warwick Races runners can be found on your race card, which will be especially helpful if you will be attending the race in person.
Your race card will contain all the key statistics and figures that you need to enjoy the day, including relevant clues as to who you might bet on. First and foremost is the names of the horses and what time they are running at.
Next to this will be the colour of the jockey’s silks that will be riding it. You’ll also find a brief biography about the horse, including the name of its trainer and how it has fared recently in other races.
Race cards are available from the course on the day for a small fee but you can pick up a FREE race card right here.
Social media has become an important marketing tool for modern day racecourses and Warwick Racecourse is no exception.
It allows their followers to stay in touch with the latest news, upload photos, enter competitions and much more. Probably the most popular platform they use is Twitter, which has over 16,000 followers.
If you would like to follow Warwick Racecourse look for @warwickraces and sign up to their updates.
The Warwick Racecourse admission price is not one universal figure.
There are many different factors that come into play such as which stand you’ll be watching from, if you are young or old enough to qualify for a concession, whether you are partaking in one of the many packages that are available for the day, and if you are a member of The Jockey Club.
A whole different array of options are available and these will determine your entry price, but for more information you can visit the Warwick Racecourse website for a more definite idea of costing.
The Warwick Races dress code is more relaxed than the other racecourses owned and operated by The jockey Club. They suggest that for their biggest events such as Ladies’ Day and Gentleman’s Day events that you should dress accordingly.
For other events however, the only major points to follow are no sports shoes or denim wear are allowed. For the venue’s policy on fancy dress it is better to contact the venue directly.
All Horse Racing Events
Here is a list of other horse racing events updated in December 2019 you might be interested in.
As you can see there are many horse racing events in the UK and Warwick Racecourse is certainly one of the most popular.