Stratford racecourse is a small northern course that features jumps racing between March and November. Although a small course with a lack of higher quality racing on offer, racing is very well received. There is an emphasis on a casual and laid back approach to racing which can lead to very relaxing experience during the summer months. Racing has taken place at Stratford for over 200 years and in 1969 a 2 mile hurdle race (Garrick Jubilee Challenge Cup) was introduced to commemorate the 18th century beginnings.

Stratford Overview

Stratford Horse Racing FAQ's

Types of Racing

  • National Hunt Racing (Jumps)

Type of Track

  • Sharp Track

Track Direction

  • Left-Handed

Draw Bias

There is no draw bias at National Hunt racecourses however sharp tracks require a more agile horse as opposed to a galloping horse.

Where to Watch Races

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

Contact Info

Stratford Racecourse, Luddington Road Stratford-upon-Avon
01789 267949

Stratford Horse Racing Tips

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