THE SCOTTISH SEPTEMBER SEASON TICKET 2023
In partnership with our courses and Scottish Racing, the Scottish September Season Ticket returns in 2023, allowing Racing TV members to enjoy selected racedays in Scotland during September as part of the Racing TV Club.
You must register for your ticket on the Club Page here.
Scottish September Season Tickets must be pre-booked on the Club Page including one ticket for RTV members, plus a guest. E-tickets will be emailed to you prior to the raceday. Your e-ticket must be printed out and presented alongside your metal members badge at the entrance. Please contact us if you have any issues with your metal badge.
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 Virgin Bet 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 visit scottishracing.co.uk.
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 Virgin Bet Ayr Gold Cup Festival in September.
For more information visit ayr-racecourse.co.uk.
Hamilton Park Racecourse
Hamilton Park has been described as the Goodwood of the North, but many in Scotland call Goodwood the Hamilton Park of the South! The Lanarkshire track plays host to an incredible calendar of action with a range of fixtures to suit everyone’s taste. The Saturdays Series, including Ladies’ Night and Family Day make a return as do firm favourites Braveheart Night, Saints & Sinners Racenight, Heineken UK Mid-Fair Friday and Ladbrokes Lanark Silver Bell Racenight.
For more information visit hamilton-park.co.uk.
Situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, this popular track is known as “Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse”. Kelso stages Jumps fixtures from September through until May. The Roxburghshire track has a charm of its own and, especially in the build-up to the Cheltenham and Grand National Festivals, it attracts an impressive quality of horses both over hurdles and over fences. Features races include the Borders National, the Morebattle Hurdle and the Buccleuch Cup
For more information visit kelso-races.co.uk.
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 visit musselburgh-racecourse.co.uk.
Set in the stunning grounds of Scone Palace, Perth Racecourse was described as “a little piece of heaven” by the Times newspaper. Perth starts the season with the vibrant 3-day Perth Festival in April and continues with summer Jump racing action until September.
The valuable Energy Check City of Perth Gold Cup is staged in June and always produces a great spectacle in the grounds of Scone Palace where ancient Kings and Queens such as Robert The Bruce and Mary Queen Of Scots were crowned. The two-day Glorious Finale in September is definitely not one to miss either.
For more information visit perth-races.co.uk.
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