Sunday 3 November 2024
LOVE THE JUMPS!
Join us for our feature Jumps meeting of the season, headlined by the Colin Parker Memorial Chase. Run over two and a half miles, the Listed contest has gone from strength to strength over the past 16 years to become a recognised early season destination for some of the best chasers around.
Among those to have learned the ropes here are future winners of the Grand National (Many Clouds), the Betfair Chase (Lostintranslation), the Ascot Chase (Waiting Patiently and Cyrname) and the Melling Chase (Monet’s Garden).
It's a raceday to remember, so make sure you join us to see whose name is added to an illustrious roll of honour!
The hound trail demonstration will be returning, get down early on Sunday to watch these hounds make light work of our track!
Our Retraining of Racehorses Equine Ambassador and Northern Racing Legend, Duke of Navan, will be returning for another meet and greet with 'The Duke'.
These are approximate timings to be confirmed closer to the raceday
|12.45pm||The Beaumont Novices' Hurdle Race (Class 4)||2m 4f 8yds||Hurdle|
|1.20pm||The Gordon Richards Novices' Limited Handicap Steeple Chase||2m 4f||Chase|
|1.55pm||The Cumbria Cricket Over 50’s Team Day Handicap Hurdle Race (Class 4)||2m 1f 33yds||Hurdle|
|2.30pm||The Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Steeple Chase (Class 1) (Listed Race)||2m 4f||Chase|
|3.05pm||The Castletown Handicap Hurdle Race (Class 2)||2m 4f 8yds||Hurdle|
|3.40pm||The Cumberland Handicap Steeple Chase (Class 3)||3m 2f 19yds||Chase|
|4.15pm||The Braithwaite Open National Hunt Flat Race (Class 5)||2m 1f 33yds||National Hunt Flat Race|