UK Racecourse Information

Windsor Racecourse

Racecourse Information
Welcome To Windsor Racecourse
Set on the banks of the River Thames, Royal Windsor Racecourse offers a unique blend of charm, comfort and excitement. Flat racing takes place at Windsor 25 times from April to October, Jump racing returns for 2004 during November and December. During the summer, regular Monday evening fixtures attract large and enthusiastic crowds, and you can even travel to the racecourse by riverboat!
Contact Details
Windsor Racecourse
Address
The Racecourse
Maidenhead Road
Windsor
Berkshire
SL4 5JJ
Telephone
0870 2200024
Fax
01753 830156
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
By Road
Windsor Racecourse is between Windsor itself and Maidenhead West on the A308. If you’re coming from the west on the M4, exit Junction 6. On the M3 from the south exit Junction 3 and follow the A332 to Windsor.
By Rail
Trains run frequently from London Paddington and Waterloo to Windsor Central, Windsor and Eton Riverside. Then take the French Brothers’ riverbus the two miles to the racecourse jetty.
Railway Station
Windsor And Eton Central Railway Station 0.9 miles (1.4 km)
Airport
Heathrow 7.6 miles (12.3 km)
By Air
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Facilities
Betting
There are Tote and bookmaker facilities across the course.
Parking
Most car parking is free, members costs £5 and the Silver Ring Picnic area is also £5.
Children
Children aged 16 and under can enter for free when accompanied by an adult. For entertainment there is an adventure playground in the Silver Ring
Disabled
A special viewing stand and reserved paddock viewing is available for disabled racegoers. Appropriate car-parking, toilets & lifts are also provided
Enclosures And Grandstands
Club
Tickets:
£20
Food And Drink
The Castle Restaurant with its panoramic views or the Club Restaurant with a Bistro style menu and Bar. Food is also available from the Buffet Bar and Club Lawn BBQ. Bar facilities include the Jamstick and Cocktail Bar.
Viewing
From the best facilities watch the racing below, there is access to all other areas and facilities
Dress
No jeans, trainers, shorts or t-shirts allowed. Men should wear a tie in the Castle Restaurant
Tattersalls
Tickets:
£14
Food And Drink
There is a Wine Bar and the Cellar Bar as well as the Long Bar which serves fast food. There are numerous fast food outlets and concessions serving a variety of hot and cold foods on the Paddock Lawn.
Viewing
From the Grandstand plus there is access to the Parade Ring and Winner’s Enclosure.
Dress
Silver Ring
Tickets:
£6 (can only be bought on the day).
Food And Drink
The Silver ring offers a cafeteria service
Viewing
Although the furthest area from the Winning Post there are still good views of the track and plenty of facilities
Dress
Course Details
Flat Course
Windsor Racecourse Flat Course
Effect Of Draw
High numbers hold a slight advantage in sprints



Flat 1 1/2m figure-of-eight course; sharp up to 1m70y
National Hunt Course
Windsor Racecourse National Hunt Course



Figure-of-eight shape, sharp and flat. Circuit 1m4f
Fixtures
2013
Date
15/04/2013 - Monday
22/04/2013 - Monday
29/04/2013 - Monday
06/05/2013 - Monday
13/05/2013 - Monday
20/05/2013 - Monday
27/05/2013 - Monday
03/06/2013 - Monday
10/06/2013 - Monday
17/06/2013 - Monday
24/06/2013 - Monday
29/06/2013 - Saturday
30/06/2013 - Sunday
01/07/2013 - Monday
08/07/2013 - Monday
15/07/2013 - Monday
22/07/2013 - Monday
29/07/2013 - Monday
05/08/2013 - Monday
11/08/2013 - Sunday
12/08/2013 - Monday
19/08/2013 - Monday
24/08/2013 - Saturday
07/10/2013 - Monday
14/10/2013 - Monday
21/10/2013 - Monday
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