Catterick Bridge Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse racing site that is found in the hamlet of the Catterick Bridge – North Yorkshire, England. The horse riding grounds recorded the first-ever racing occasion in 1783, although the exact date and month is still a debated subject among horse racing historians today.
The sharp and undulating facility has a left-handed track with a circumference of about one mile and a 3-furlong run-in. The grounds are a top favourite to thousands of trainers and racers since its gravel subsoil makes it fairly easy to navigate.
The Catterick Sunday Market, one of the reasons as to why the sporting amenity is well regarded, is the largest market in the whole of North England. The internationally well-liked racing champion, Collier Hill, registered his first flat race at this facility in 2002. The most attended event on this globally influential track is the North Yorkshire Grand National, which is annually held in January. The racecourse is further set to benefit from a series of structural overhauls that have been recently launched to make the already stunning racecourse all-weather and able to accommodate more events, racers, and patrons.
Catterick Racecourse has wonderful hospitality packages that cater to the needs of both racers and guests. Whether you are alone or in the company of your loved ones and friends, this racecourse will no doubt leave all of you optimally satisfied. The horse riding site and its environs host a vast number of world-class hotels that offer at least something extraordinary for virtually everyone out there.
The Castle House is an example of the very best hotels at this North Yorkshire racing facility. Located in one of the most eye-catching Richmond surrounds, the top-class dining and accommodation facility provides tasty foods and beverages that will win the approval and appetite of even the finickiest of gourmets. Most predictably, their friendly staff will approach you in a most honourable and obliging manner, and then proceed to ask you how they may help. It is an irresistibly fine home away from your own.
Even if you do not like the other dining and accommodation facilities offered by any other hotels around this racecourse, Greyhound Inn will no doubt make all the difference. The 3-star hotel provides a wide selection of package at competitively affordable prices. Built with keen respect to the traditional architectural themes of the 1700s, this classy restaurant derives its name from the famous Duke of Leeds who fancied Greyhound Racing. Other restaurants at the racing spot include Black Horse Inn and Low Gingerfield Farm B&B. The wide range of hotel choices increases the grand appeal of Catterick Racecourse. It is among the top reasons why patrons and tourists to this racing establishment keep visiting again and again.
After entering the racecourse, you will receive six entry vouchers for every horse you bring in. However, note that the vouchers will only be valid once your horses have been cleared to run. Apart from these basic admission terms, any additional badges may be applied for by telephoning the support personnel.