Newbury Racecourse – Famed for the Ladbrokes Trophy

One of the country’s finest flat and National Hunt courses

Throughout the year, fans are shown some of the finest racing at this fantastic course.  With both National Hunt and flat races taking part at the course, all racing fans can be treated to a fantastic day out regardless of their tastes.

In November, the famed Berkshire racecourse hosts some of the finest National Hunt racing, the Ladbrokes Trophy Day, with the eponymous race leading the day.  Previously known as the Hennessy Gold Cup, past winners have included Arkle, Many Clouds and Native River.

Newbury Racecourse Hospitality

Being a top-class racecourse with Grade 1 races means that Newbury is a wonderful day out to treat clients or celebrate with guests. To help you have the most incredible time at the racecourse, we offer a number of luxurious hospitality facilities.

Expect Champagne receptions in all three facilities at the Racecourse, as well as three-course fine-dining, afternoon teas, and access to exclusive enclosures.

Newbury Racecourse News and Updates

Newbury is one of the rare racecourses to feature both top-flight flat and National Hunt racing, giving it a special air not felt anywhere else.  The course sits just outside the stunning market town of Newbury in the beautiful and rural Berkshire.

Golden Miller, the legendary winner of 5 Cheltenham Gold Cups, made his steeple-chasing debut at Newbury Racecourse in 1931 and as expected, finished first, only to be disqualified for carrying the wrong weight. He went on to win a number of other races when he would return to Newbury Racecourse.