FLAT: Left handed, galloping. One of the fairest courses in the country, essentially flat with the exception of a slight uphill gradient about 10 furlongs from the finish. Races between 5f and 7f are run on the straight course, while there is also both a straight and round 1m course. It is a free-draining course, underfoot conditions only occasionally being soft/heavy.

NATIONAL HUNT: Left handed, essentially flat. Extremely well-draining course, with conditions often favouring speedier types despite its galloping nature. Surprisingly for such a galloping track, plenty of chases are well run, though the course features firmly in the bottom half when it comes to the proportion of fallers.

Aidan Coleman

A flat, galloping track that, in spite of this, does have an emphasis on speed, perhaps as it’s a fairly well-draining track and the ground is often pretty good. The fences are fair but a couple can catch out a novice and they definitely need to be treated with respect and jumped well. Front runners do well here on quicker ground, but there are no hiding places and you need to be sure of getting home.

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