Horse Racing Racecourses
Viewing live racing should never pose a problem for punters all over the UK with 60 racecourses positioned in various locations, offering a mix of either Flat or National Hunt racing or at some a mix of the two.
Punters in the north have a particularly big choice, with Doncaster and York hosting the biggest of the Flat action, while Aintree in the north west is synonymous for the Grand National.
Grand National betting is undoubtedly the sport’s most prestigious betting events of the year, with 40 horses lining up at Aintree in the hope of winning the famous steeplechase.
However, it is those in the south that arguably get to view the biggest meetings more easily, with Royal Ascot and the Cheltenham Festival among the highlights of the horse racing calendar.
The Cheltenham Gold Cup and Champion Hurdle are two of the biggest races of the four-day Festival at Cheltenham, while there are seven Group One races included in the five days of Royal Ascot.