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Huntingdon Annual Badge Holder

As you may be aware, from Wednesday 15th December, the Government has announced new regulations impacting large-scale events.

 

The following upcoming events will not be affected by these new regulations and therefore you do not need to demonstrate your Covid-19 status on entry to the racecourse:

Afternoon Racing – 28 January

 

We do however continue to recommend that you follow our spectator Code of Conduct here. Please be reassured, the wellbeing of our staff and racegoers remain our priority and work will continue to ensure you feel safe and secure attending our racecourses.

Take a read through the latest news and updates from Huntingdon Racecourse.

 

Latest News

Please click on the fixtures below for key timings for upcoming racedays:

 

Parking

  • Annual Badge Holders have a designated Annual Badge Holders Car Park. This is the first parking area on the left when you arrive along the main drive.

 

Food & Drink

  • Huntingdon Racecourse is operating as a cashless venue including all food & drink outlets.
  • Grab and go style food will be available from a range of food outlets across all enclosures. Food purchased from food outlets can be consumed within the bars

We are thrilled to announce that your dedicated facility in the Cromwell Suite has now re-opened. Within the facility, you will have access to complimentary tea and coffee plus betting facilities and a bar that will only accept card payments. Please note tea and coffee will no longer be served at the annual member's entrance and there will be no further complimentary drinks vouchers however you will still be able to exchange a 2020 racecard voucher for a racecard.

Your Annual Badge package includes free entry to the following racecourses on these specific days upon presentation of your 2021 Huntingdon Metal Badge.

 

Reciprocals are correct at the time of print to the best of our knowledge: they are subject to change and further dates will be confirmed at a later date as some racecourses are still reviewing their own annual membership packages. Please check the website for updates or call the Huntingdon Office on 01480 453373.

 

Please also contact the individual racecourse prior to your visit regarding parking, areas you may access, use of private boxes, restaurant offers and reservations etc.

 

2022

January

Sunday 9th – Ayr

Monday 10th – Ludlow

Wednesday 19th – Newbury (Jumps)

Saturday 22nd – Haydock Park

 

February

Wednesday 2nd - Leicester

Wednesday 16th – Hereford

Thursday 17th – Sandown Park

Saturday 26th – Chelmsford

 

March

Thursday 3rd – Taunton

Friday 11th – Leicester

Monday 14th - Plumpton

Friday 18th - Fakenham

Saturday 19th – Kempton Park

Tuesday 22nd – Wetherby

Sunday 27th – Ascot

Wednesday 30th – Market Rasen

 

April

Wednesday 13th – Newmarket

Saturday 16th (Eve) - Brighton

Wednesday 20th – Lingfield

Monday 25th (Eve) – Royal Windsor

Tuesday 26th – Punchestown

 

May

Wednesday 4th - Kelso

Friday 6th – Ripon (Eve)

Monday 9th - Southwell

Monday 16th – Killarney

Sunday 22nd - Nottingham

Tuesday 24th - Newcastle

 

 

June

Saturday 4th – Hexham

Thursday 16th - Leopardstown

Friday 17th – Market Rasen

Sunday 19th – Worcester

Saturday 25th – Hickstead Derby

Sunday 26th – Curragh

Thursday 30th – Great Yarmouth

 

July

Sunday 3rd – Market Rasen

Tuesday 5th (eve) – Brighton

Thursday 5th – Pontefract

Saturday 9th – Hamilton

Tuesday 12th – Southwell

Monday 18th - Cartmel

Sunday 24th – Uttoxeter

Sunday 24th - Chelmsford

Monday 25th – Newton Abbot

Thursday 28th – Longines Royal International Horse Show

Sunday 31st – Cowdray Park Polo Club (Challenge Cup Final)

 

August

Tuesday 2nd - Catterick

Saturday 13th – Newmarket

Friday 19th – Salisbury

Tuesday 23rd – Bangor On Dee

Wednesday 24th - Musselburgh

 

September

Monday 5th – Perth

Tuesday 13th – Redcar

Wednesday 14th – Beverley

Wednesday 21st – Goodwood

Sunday 25th – Epsom Downs

Wednesday 28th - Nottingham

 

October

Saturday 8th – Hexham

Tuesday 18th – Great Yarmouth

Wednesday 26th – Fakenham

 

November

Thursday 10th - Taunton

Monday 21st - Ludlow

Monday 28th – Wolverhampton

Saturday 26th – Doncaster

 

December

Thursday 29th - Doncaster

Roderick Duncan has been appointed as the new Clerk of the Course taking on the part-time role from 3rd December.

Roderick has worked in racing for 14 years, primarily as Clerk of the Course at Southwell and Doncaster overseeing improvements to the racing facilities and race programmes at both courses.

Roderick will succeed Jack Pryor, who has been Clerk at Huntingdon since 2016. Jack will take on a new dual role within The Jockey Club from the same date continuing as Clerk of the Course at Market Rasen in addition to becoming Event Director at the Blenheim International Horse Trials, which are organised by The Jockey Club.

We wish Jack all the best with his new role and are immensely grateful for all of his hard work and contribution.

Where are you from?

I was born in Huntingdon and have lived here for 20 years, until 3 years ago when I moved to St Ives.

 

What is your background?

I studied an undergraduate degree at London Metropolitan University in Events Management. My degree involved various aspects of events management, such as live events, conferences and exhibitions, law, consultancy, HR, accounting and business innovation. Throughout my time at university I helped to plan a range of different events, such as an open mic comedy night for Crisis UK and an indie music night for up and coming artists in Camden.

 

Do you have any hobbies?

Some of my hobbies include shopping, fitness, reading and travelling.

 

What were you doing before joining the Jockey Club?

Before joining the Jockey Club, I worked as a business support assistant at Cambridgeshire County Council, and also worked at Waitrose and Partners for 5 years. In between those two roles I also worked at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium selling donuts for Crosstown Donuts.

 

What does your current role involve?

My current role involves working with the sales team to help coordinate and manage hospitality bookings at both Huntingdon and Nottingham racecourse. I work with the sales service team to make sure that everything is organised and runs smoothly on race days in the restaurants and hospitality boxes.

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  • James Wilcox – General Manager
  • Jack Pryor – Clerk of the Course
  • Alistair Free – Operations Executive
  • Helen Willis – Customer Relations Executive
  • Sam Butler Spelzini – Head Groundstaff
  • Keith Pike, Chris Sykes, Gabi Gruia – Grounds Staff
  • Darren Townsend – Catering General Manager

 

Committee Members:

Julian Taylor (Chairman), Jane Wallace, Emily Scott, Nick Wright, Steve Elsom, Mark Myers.

Postal Address:

Huntingdon Racecourse

Thrapston Road

Brampton

Huntingdon

Cambridgeshire

PE28 4NL

 

Telephone: 01480 453373

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