Coral Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium is certainly the most scenic of all greyhound stadia in the British Isles, the big, sweeping circuit is recognised by experts as being one of the fastest and safest tests of the racing greyhound.
The stadium boasts some of the most comfortable spectator amenities with restaurant and catering facilities second to none. It has fully computerised Totalisator and photo finish systems, video race replay, an easy to follow comprehensive colour racecard, guides to betting on the tote for newcomers, a children's playground, free parking and easy access by public transport.
The stadium was also the home of Ballyregan Bob, who broke the world record for consecutive wins when he scored his 32nd successive victory on 9th December 1985.
285, 475, 515, 695, 740, 970, 930 metres.
Run To First Bend
105 metres (4 bends) 50 metres (6 bends)
Thursday and Saturday evenings. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday afternoons.
Brighton & Hove Greyhound Track
Coral Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium
Local Transport Links
Hove Station (Victoria - Littlehampton main line service) taxi 5 minutes, or from Brighton Station, taxi 10 minutes.
M23 Jnct 11 17.1 miles (27.4 km)
From London, M23 to A23 roundabout with Q8 garage on the right. Take the road up the hill so garage remains on the right. At the top of the hill, go straight on at the roundabout, following signs for Hove. Take second turning on the left, stadium is 200 yards on the left.
Gatwick 21.2 miles (34.1 km)
Map and Route Finder
Directions and route plan will be displayed on the google maps pages, from here you can print, email and save the map.
Brighton & Hove Facilities
Restaurant.Two fast food grills. Five licensed bars
Snacks available from fast food grills.
Restaurant (capacity 450) with A La Carte menu and chefs special menu.
Weekdays £4.00, Saturday £6.00 (including racecard). Wednesday and Sunday afternoons free.
Brighton & Hove Major Open Events
Major Open Events
The Sussex Cup (515m)
The Regency (515m)
The Brighton Belle (515m)
The Jimmy Jupp National Hurdle (515mH)