Chepstow

Chepstow is a dual purpose race course in Wales featuring a mix of approximately 30 National Hunt and Flat racing fixtures a year. The highlight of the racing calendar is the ‘Welsh Grand National’. As well as a prestigious race in it’s own right it also acts as a telling trial for big staying chases to come later in the season – namely the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Aintree Grand National. Chepstow is a specialist course with a lot of undulations and a slight draw bias favouring higher drawn horses.

Chepstow Overview

Chepstow Horse Racing FAQ's

Types of Racing

  • National Hunt Racing (Jumps)
  • Flat Racing (Turf)

Type of Track

  • Stiff Track

Track Direction

  • Left-Handed

Draw Bias

Chepstow Draw Bias statistics favour horses drawn high, but also Chepstow is a specialist track that can unbalance a lot of runners, although the track also offers a stiff test with a lot of undulations. It makes it a specialist course where proven course form is a big positive.

Where to Watch Races

At The Races or place a bet with an online bookmaker and watch online

Contact Info

Chepstow Racecourse, Chepstow, NP16 6BE
http://www.chepstow-racecourse.co.uk/
01291 622260

Chepstow Horse Racing Tips


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