Free Entry to all Scottish Racecourses in September:
Over £200 worth of FREE RACING for each member!
In partnership with our courses and Scottish Racing, the Scottish September Season Ticket lets you enjoy 14 free racedays in Scotland this September.
Ayr: 19th*, 20th
Hamilton: 4th, 22nd, 23rd, 30th
Kelso: 10th, 18th
Musselburgh: 6th, 14th, 29th
Perth: 9th, 25th, 26th
How to claim your free ticket:
Ayr, Hamilton, Kelso, Musselburgh, Perth:
To gain your free admission tickets, you will need to take your Racing TV 2019 metal badge with you and pick up your free admission ticket from the Racing TV collection point at the main entrance to each course. You will not be required to pre-register for your ticket this year.
Please note that admission can only be permitted on presentation of your Racing TV 2019 metal badge.
*Please note Thursday September 19th at Ayr is also a Racing TV Club Day. The Club Day will allow you up to two free entry tickets, which you have to apply for in advance, click here to apply.
The Scottish Season ticket offer allows you one free entry per person on the day.
You will not be able to take up both offers, your metal badge can only be used for either the Club Day offer or Scottish Season Ticket.*
Terms and Conditions:
One ticket per member (excluding the Ayr Club Day on Thursday 19th September)
Please note entry to Ayr on Saturday 21 (William Hill Ayr Gold Cup), is not included within this offer
For queries with regards to the Scottish September Season Ticket please email email@example.com.
Scottish Racing: Scottish Racing promotes and supports the sport of horseracing throughout Scotland and its five racecourses: Ayr; Hamilton Park; Kelso; Musselburgh and Perth. Between them, the Scottish tracks boast year round racing with top fixtures including the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival, The Coral Scottish Grand National Festival, The Perth Gold Cup Festival, The Scottish Borders National at Kelso, the Cheltenham Trials Festival at Musselburgh and the Lanark Silver Bell at Hamilton Park.
Whether you are a seasoned racegoer or new to racing, you will find one common theme throughout each of the Scottish racecourses; the standard of the facilities and customer service will be excellent, there will be a fantastic atmosphere and the friendliest of staff are there to make you have an enjoyable day out.
For more details scottishracing.co.uk
Ayr Racecourse Ayr Racecourse is Scotland’s only Grade 1 track and home to the jewels in the crown of Scottish Racing - the Coral Scottish Grand National Festival in April and the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival in September. Ayr Racecourse will stage 32 fixtures throughout 2019, both on the Flat and over Jumps, and many of them having live entertainment.
For more information ayr-racecourse.co.uk
Hamilton Park Racecourse: Hamilton Park Racecourse is an award-winning horse racing, conference and events destination, with a first-class season of fixtures and so much more. It boasts a 5 Star Visitor Attraction rating – VisitScotland’s highest accolade and has recently been crowned Showcase Champions at the prestigious industry awards ceremony, where venues from across the UK are recognised for showing "excellence and innovation" in customer experience. Hamilton Park was also named the Best Small Racecourse in Scotland and the North by the Racegoers Club in 2018. As well as offering top racing action from May to September, the venue offers exciting entertainment and themed days and nights, truly offering something for everyone. From family days and the famous Lanark Silver Bell event, to the legendary Saints and Sinners Racenight and Ladies’ Nights featuring leading DJs, bands and entertainers, Hamilton Park Racecourse is a must-visit for a great day or night out.
For more information Hamilton-park.co.uk
Kelso Racecourse Situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, this popular track is frequently referred to as “Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse”. Kelso stages 15 Jumps fixtures from September through until May. The Roxburghshire track has a distinctly rural character and a unique charm. The course offers the highest quality jumps programme of all the Scottish tracks, based on the average class of race, and attracts many top-class horses in the build-up to the Cheltenham and Grand National Festivals. Feature races include the Persimmon Homes Scottish Borders National, the Morebattle Hurdle, the Premier Hurdle, Premier Chase, Liz Adam Memorial Chase, the Buccleuch Cup and the Corinthian Spirit Hunterchase.
For more information kelso-races.co.uk
Musselburgh Racecourse Musselburgh Racecourse is firmly established as one of the UK’s most stylish racecourses, offering award-winning facilities in a 5-star visitor attraction, located only 6 miles from Edinburgh, with excellent transport links and free parking. There’s something for everyone with racing hosted throughout the year. Features to look out for include The Queen’s Cup and the Cheltenham Trials card in February. On the social front, Ladies’ Day in June is a huge event and the advice is to book early as the day is always a sell-out.
For more information musselburgh-racecourse.co.uk
Perth Racecourse Set in the stunning grounds of Scone Palace, Perth Racecourse was described as “a little piece of heaven” by the Times newspaper. Perth hosts 15 fixtures starting with the vibrant 3-day Perth Festival in April and continues with summer Jump racing action until September. The valuable Perth Gold Cup Day is staged in June and always produces a great spectacle with over £100K of prize money to be won. In the height of summer there is plenty of racing action at Perth, featuring the ever-popular Family Raceday in July. The two-day Glorious Finale in September is definitely not one to miss either and a perfect celebration to close the season.
For more information perth-races.co.uk
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