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Haydock Park

First Time at Haydock Park?

 

We look forward to welcoming you to Haydock Park, however you travel to join us. 

 

If it is your first visit to Haydock Park as an Owner or Trainer, and you would like to be shown to your exclusive facilities, please let Vikki know in advance, who will be delighted to meet you on arrival.

 

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TRAVEL

Haydock Park is located within 1 mile of Junction 23 of the M6. Please enter the racecourse via the A49 and follow the signposts for the Owners Car Park. 

 

You will be sent a link within your declaration e-mail to download your Car Pass, to show to the car park attendant on arrival. 

 

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Accessible parking is available in our main car park. 

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Warrington Bank Quay is the closest main line station to Haydock Park, with direct trains from London Euston, and from the north, there are direct trains from Glasgow. 

 

For information on these services, you can call Train Enquiries on 08457 484950. 

The closest airports to Haydock Park are Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon, and both are approximately 30 minutes from us by car.  For private light aircraft there is a landing strip (800 meters long) running East to West on the racecourse, and a marked landing area for helicopters.


ALL AIRCRAFT MUST HAVE PRIOR PERMISSION TO LAND AT THE RACECOURSE - please contact Vikki Mason on 01942 402609 to arrange this.

Map Marker: HAYDOCK PARK RACECOURSE

Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, WA12 0HQ
Tel: 01942 725 963

HAYDOCK PARK RACECOURSE

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