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There are 59 licensed racecourses in Great Britain, with a further two in Northern Ireland (Down Royal and Downpatrick). Apart from Chelmsford City and Ffos Las (which opened in 2009), all the courses date back to 1927 or earlier. The oldest is Chester Racecourse, which dates to the early 16th century.[18]

Unlike some other countries, notably the United States, racing in Britain usually takes place on turf. However, there are five courses which have all-weather tracks - Kempton Park, Lingfield, Southwell, Wolverhampton and Chelmsford City. Southwell's surface is Fibresand. Wolverhampton installed a Tapeta surface in August 2014,[19] replacing the existing Polytrack. The other three British all-weather tracks are all Polytrack. Ireland has a single all-weather Polytrack course at Dundalk. Courses also vary wildly in layout. There are very few which are regular ovals, as is the typical layout of other countries like the United States. Each course has its own idiosyncrasies, and horses are known to be more suited to some tracks than others, hence the idiom "horses for courses."

There are two main operating groups of British racecourses - Jockey Club Racecourses and Arena Racing Company which run fifteen courses each.

We also run free competitions during most major racing festivals such as the Cheltenham Festival, Aintree, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Epsom Derby Meeting, as well as many more throughout both the National Hunt and Flat Season. We also offer free horse racing tips and free to enter competitions from our sponsors. We run a daily tipster nap competition which you take part in immediately by selecting just one horse each day. The competition is based on UK and Irish Horse Racing. Each Nap Bet is settled as a Win Bet, see if you can become king or queen of the tipsters!! Or try your luck at our Tipster League Competition, with the Premier League title being the ultimate crown!!

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Horse racing is the second largest spectator sport in Great Britain,[1] and one of the longest established, with a history dating back many centuries. It generates over £3.7 billion for the British economy.[2] and the major horseracing events such as Royal Ascot and Cheltenham Festival are important dates in the British and international sporting and society calendar.

The sport has taken place in the country since Roman times and many of the sport's traditions and rules originated there. The Jockey Club, established in 1750, codified the Rules of Racing and one of its members, Admiral Rous laid the foundations of the handicapping system, including the weight-for-age scale. Britain is also home to some of the world's iconic racecourses including Newmarket, Ascot and Cheltenham and many of the world's iconic races including the Epsom Derby, Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup. The UK has also produced some of the greatest jockeys, including Sir Gordon Richards and Lester Piggott.

Britain has also historically been a hugely important centre for thoroughbred racehorse breeding. All modern thoroughbred racehorses can trace a line back to three foundation sires which were imported to Britain in the late 17th/early 18th centuries[3] and the General Stud Book first published by James Weatherby still records details of every horse in the breed.

Gambling on horseraces has been one of the cornerstones of the British betting industry and the relationship between the two has historically been one of mutual dependence. The betting industry is an important funder of horse racing in Great Britain, through the betting levy administered by the Horserace Betting Levy Board and through media rights negotiated by racecourses and betting shops.