Horse Racing In Scotland
We believe few areas of the UK offer such outstanding & diverse Racing as there is available in Scotland.
With Ayr staging both the Scottish Grand National & the Ayr Gold Cup, Musselburgh staging the highlight of the Edinburgh social scene with their legendary Ladies Day. The simply wonderful Perth Festival in April, backed up by a tremendous summer fixture list at Hamilton Park, you will find something for everyone when Racing in Scotland.
If you want to go racing in Scotland, you will find all of the information you need below. Or if you prefer, simply pick up the phone and we can guide you through the various options available for your group.
We offer various hospitality packages in all facilities at each racecourse in Scotland, including;
- Private Boxes
- Restaurant Dining
- Trackside Marquees
Ayr Racecourse is simply a class apart with the country’s top racing combined with superb hospitality and entertainment. Scotland’s premier track hosts the Coral Scottish Grand National Festival in April, the Ayr Gold Cup Festival in September, two of the best Festivals in the Racing Calendar.
Racing at Ayr doesn’t take a winter or summer break. The jumps season runs from November until April with the flat campaign beginning in May and ending the first week in November. There’s at least one meeting every month.
Hamilton Park Racecourse
Set in some of the most beautiful grounds in Racing, Hamilton Park is located just 15 miles from Glasgow City centre and just 40 miles from Edinburgh. Hamilton Park is easy to reach with excellent access from the M8 and M74 motorways. Here you will experience the excitement, speed and glamorous atmosphere that this Premier Flat Racing venue has to offer.
Whatever type of Hospitality, size of your party or budget we are sure to have the package to suit your requirements at Hamilton Park Racecourse.
Musselburgh Racecourse is a located in the Millhill area of Musselburgh and is just 8 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. It is the second biggest racecourse in Scotland and is easily accessible by plane, train or car.
Highlights of the year include the New Years Day meeting, Cheltenham Trials, Stobo Castle Ladies Day and the Edinburgh Cup.
Perth Racecourse is the most Northerly Racecourse in Britain and features a great mixture of daytime, evening and Twighlight fixtures. As a Jumps only track Perth hosts some of the most thrilling racing in the UK, attracting some of the finest horses and jockeys to its stunning surroundings set in the parklands of Scone Palace .
Perth Racecourse is located between Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, and with easy access off the motorway network, travel connections from Scottish Airports are easy.