Saturday 4 September
80's Day returns
Get your dancing shoes on as 80's Day returns to Kempton Park Racecourse on Saturday 4 September. Join us for an afternoon of quality horseracing and an unmissable after-party with 80's icon Martin Kemp.
|1pm||THE TRY OUR NEW PRICE BOOSTS AT UNIBET NURSERY HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 4) (CL 4)||7f|
|1.30pm||THE UNIBET 3 UNIBOOSTS A DAY SIRENIA STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3) (CL 1)||6f|
THE UNIBET SEPTEMBER STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3) (CL 1)
|1m 3f 219y|
|2.40pm||THE UNIBET LONDON MILE SERIES FINAL HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) (CL 2)||1m|
|3.15pm||THE UNIBET CASINO DEPOSIT £10 GET £40 BONUS NURSERY HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) (CL 5)||1m|
|3.50pm||THE TRY OUR NEW PRICE BOOSTS AT UNIBET HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) (CL 5)||1m|
|4.25pm||THE UNIBET EXTRA PLACE OFFERS EVERY DAY HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) (CL 5)||6f|
As we head into the final few weeks of the Flat racing season, all eyes turn to Kempton Park for the Group Three September Stakes, which has a habit of providing pointers for one of the sport’s most prestigious contests of them all.
Run over a distance of a mile and a half, the September Stakes has always been a leading prize in its own right, but in recent years has been used to prepare contenders for the following month’s Group One Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in Paris.
It was a path used successfully by the wonder mare Enable, who completed the double in 2018, while Group One scorers Jack Hobbs (2015) and Prince Bishop (2013 and 2014) have also used Kempton Park to good effect in the past decade.
The seven-race card is a quality one and also includes the Group Three Sirenia Stakes for two year olds over six furlongs. It can pay to keep an eye on this race with some of the big juvenile races at Newmarket in mind, with Hooray (2010) and The Last Lion (2016) going on to win the Cheveley Park Stakes and the Middle Park Stakes respectively later in the season.
Meanwhile, the gripping and ultra-competitive “London Mile” Series comes to a finale with the valuable Series Final taking place, ensuring this raceday is one not to be missed.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kempton Park Racecourse. We hope that the weather will be kind but such is the nature of the great British summer, we cannot guarantee it will be! Therefore we suggest your dress appropriately and keep an eye on the forecasts ahead of the event. While we do have a number of indoor spaces for you to escape any rain, the music after racing will take place outside so please do bear this in mind before making your way to the event.
- Entry to the Racecourse will be via the North Entrance. The Owners check in desk is also at this entrance
- Tickets can be purchased at the North Entrance but we will only be able to take payment via Card/Contactless methods. Cash will not be accepted
- Parking is complimentary and located in our Main Car Park
- If arriving by train, please note Kempton Park station is outside Zone 6 so please check your ticket before travelling.
Food & Drink
- We will be operating cashless sales throughout our food and drink outlets, including concessions. For betting facilities cash payment will still be accepted, but contactless payments are recommended.
- Picnics are permitted on course as per pre-COVID rules - They can only be consumed in the picnic enclosure by the Racecourse. Please note - Alcohol is not permitted to be brought on site and will be confiscated on arrival and will not be returned.
Health & Safety
- We recommend all guests take an Lateral Flow Test before attending but this is not mandatory. You will not be required to show proof of this on entry.
- We also recommend all attendees check in via the NHS COVID-19 app on arrival. We have the QR codes located around the racecourse to enable you to check in.
- Face masks and maintaining a safe distance from others are encouraged in all indoor areas.
- Racecards are available in our entrance and from the Tote outlets
- Normal Dress Code will apply but we encourage you to dress for 80s Day!