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Huntingdon  FAQs

Frequently Asked questions


Your Raceday Experience

Walk-up tickets will be available for racedays which have not already sold out, unless when specified otherwise. Please do check the website of each individual fixture or contact the racecourse directly if you require further information.


Payments made by card only.


However, we do recommend that tickets are purchased in advance. Pre-booked tickets reduce the time taken to enter the racecourse on the day.

Once you have purchased your tickets, they will be emailed to you. Please note there may be a slight delay while your booking is processed.


Your ticket is designed to be either printed at home on your home printer and brought with you on the day or presented on arrival on your mobile phone from your email confirmation. You may also opt for your ticket to be sent to you via The Jockey Club app.


Please note that Hospitality tickets will be posted out.

Children are very welcome at our racedays and can attend most fixtures free of charge when accompanying an adult. Children’s tickets are subject to availability and may be limited at high demand fixtures.

Under 18 tickets can be added to your basket for free when purchasing an adult ticket, except for a limited number of racedays when child tickets must be paid for.

If you fall ill on a raceday and are able to get home safely we suggest you leave as soon as possible. If you need assistance please alert one of our racecourse team members who can contact qualified first aiders to help you.

RCA-issued accreditation, including badge schemes and metal badges, are accepted forms of entry at most fixtures but will be used in conjunction with the PASS system.


Please note there will be a small number of fixtures where RCA-issued badges and accreditation will NOT be accepted and you will be required to apply directly to the racecourse for accreditation. We ask you to continue to check the specific raceday information and contact the racecourse directly if you require further guidance.


RCA metal badges (press/photography) to apply via PASS system the day before. Passcards must be displayed at the point of entry. Non accredited press/photographers will need to apply via the Racecourse.

Our racecourses continue to operate on a ‘cashless’ basis, including concessions. However, cash may be used when placing bets with all on-course bookmakers.


There are no cash machines on our courses so if you plan to use cash please remember to bring it with you.


Cash may be used when placing bets on the Tote and with all on-course bookmakers.


Please note that due to new laws prohibiting the use of credit to place a bet, all betting facilities on site will be unable to accept Apple Pay.

Printed racecards will be available on site at the Tote or Turnstiles. Digital racecards for all fixtures can be found via The Huntingdon Racecourse app. 

We ask you not to bring any food or drink on to the course - including alcohol and picnics – unless where otherwise stated in the specific raceday information.


We only permit picnics on our Bank Holiday feature racedays. Please refer to our Picnics Policy page for further information on what we will allow on site.  Please contact the racecourse directly if you require further guidance.


The Peterborough Chase Restaurant - our newly refurbished, positioned on the first floor of the Goodliff Stand. It offers an unprecedented view of both the course and Parade Ring. Tables are reserved for the day and the package price includes main enclosure admission and a race day programme as well as a 3-course meal and light afternoon tea. There are various other bars and eateries around site where food and drinks can be purchased. Please consult the map in your Raceday programme or ask a member of staff for further details.

At Huntingdon Racecourse there is one main enclosure where you can enjoy access to all the racecourse facilities while enjoying great views of the National Hunt racing and the parade ring. We have a range of bars including the newly refurbished Peterborough Chase Restaurant, Sharps Bar overlooking the parade ring and Fairfax Saddles Owners & Trainers Suite, with a great view of the racing track. There are also various food outlets. 

Yes, we welcome well-behaved dogs on site. Dogs are not permitted in any of our hospitality spaces, public bar areas or the parade ring. We ask for responsible dog ownership to be displayed at all times, this includes keeping your dog on a short lead, being considerate of other customers and cleaning up after your dog. The racecourse reserves the right to remove unruly dogs and owners from the site. 


Assistance dogs are permitted on site. 

There is no formal dress code, however we advise to dress for the weather, and ask that hospitality and restaurant guests refrain from wearing ripped denim or trainers and dress smart casual. On Ladies’ Night and other feature days such as Peterborough Chase Day, many people favour dressing up.

There are no cash machines on the racecourse. If you plan to use cash at a bookmakers please ensure you bring this with you

There are allocated parking spaces in the annual members car park and also outside the main entrances for blue badge holders For viewing, there are specially designated external elevated viewing platforms on the front lawn overlooking the track and also overlooking the parade ring. Visit the disabled access page for more details.

Yes, our public baby change facilities are located on the first floor of the Goodliff stand between The Peterborough Chase restaurant and Bevans bar. Facilitiess are also located in the Cromwell stand for annual badge holders and hospitality guests. Please ask a member of staff for directions if you are new to the racecourse who would be more than happy to help direct you.

Yes, all accompanied under 18s have free entry, we also provide free children’s entertainment on selected fixtures including weekends and bank holidays, see our fixtures for further information.

Yes, tickets are available to purchase on the day. Please note advance offers and packages including (but not limited to) the following must be booked in advance. This includes advance admission ticket offers, restaurant experiences (availability on the day cannot be guaranteed), hospitality experiences, Hurdles and Lentons packages, Car Full admission offer.

App FAQs

Currently the app is able to import tickets that are Print at Home. To import the tickets, either scan the QR code on the ticket pdf or enter the bookers email and order confirmation.

We will look to add further ticket types in 2024.

Cracked screens can prevent the ticket scanners from reading the mobile ticket. We suggest that you access your tickets using a friend’s phone, or print your ticket at home.

Once you have imported your tickets to the app, you will be able to view them by tapping My Visit and then Tickets. To view the ticket QR code, select a ticket and it will open. You will need the QR code for our ticket scanners.

If you have booked tickets for a group, we recommend, sending each individual their printed ticket and then they can download the app and import via the tickets QR code.

Firstly on the map select your enclosure and then use either the search or filter bar to find what you are you looking for.

It is possible to use the app offline, all the functionality will still work but you will not receive any updates – all our racecourses offer free wi-fi on course.

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