Haydock Racecourse is owned by Jockey Club Racecourses and is found in Haydock, England. The setting of the racecourse is in an area bounded by a number of towns. To the west of the racecourse is Haydock town and to the north it is bounded by Ashton-in-Makerfield. The racecourse is bounded to the east by Golborne town and to the south by Newton-le-Willows. The racecourse’s location is just a mile away from Junction 23 of the M6. This makes it to be easily accessible from various locations.
The current racecourse was opened in the year 1899 and it has undergone tremendous process development and modernization. The race track is mostly flat left-handed and oval with 1 mile and 5 furlongs. The setting of the course is in a woodland area that is lined with tree avenues. This makes it to have a nice ambience and atmosphere.
The history of Haydock Racecourse dates back into the years of 17th century when the racecourse was under the ownership of the Lancashire family who later took the name Netwon. The Lancashire was found of horses and it is believed that this might be the origin of horse race in the racecourse. Haydock Racecourse received the award of Racecourse of the year in the years 1998 and 2000.
Some of the notable races on this racecourse include Aaltcar Novices Chase Rossinton, Silver Bowl, Tommy Whittle Chase among many others. One conspicuous facility at the racecourse is a champagne bar. This means that the spectators and other visitors can treat themselves with a wide variety of food at different restaurants and can also enjoy some drinks. Private Boxes are there to cater for the spectators who would like to get customized treatment. Some of the restaurants available at the racecourse include Pork Suite Restaurant, Harry’s Bistro and Colours Restaurant.
Give yourself and other people that matter to you by going to Haydock Racecourse and you will be gratitude for the time that you would have spent there.