We race again tomorrow with seven races scheduled, featuring the William Hill Catterick Dash – Catterick’s richest race, and the penultimate race in the Go Racing in Yorkshire Future Stars Apprentice Series!
Big thank you to our race sponsors: the friends and family of Jill Reese, EBF, Gaspara Asset Management, the friends and family of Ken Sutcliffe, William Hill and Go Racing in Yorkshire. Thanks also to Stoneacre, our vehicle sponsors.
Please find the timings for the day below and a full list of runners & riders can be seen on the Racing TV website here.
- Gates open to public: 11.20am
- First race: 1.20pm
- Last race: 4.50pm
- Feature race: The William Hill Catterick Dash Handicap at 3.40pm
For those unable to attend, all of the action will also be available to watch live on Racing TV and each race will be uploaded onto the Racing TV player on our website here.
The going is currently Good to Soft; correct as of 11am on Friday 15th October.
The forecast for tomorrow is for a dry and bright morning becoming overcast in the afternoon, max temperature 13 degrees. We have no formal dress code, so please dress for the weather! View the full forecast here.
Tickets for the Grandstand & Paddock Enclosure are £18 each on the day (£15 in advance of gates opening), and the Course Enclosure is £5 per adult. Under 18’s are free of charge in both enclosures.
Please note that staff will be conducting spot-check bag searches at all entrances tomorrow.
The free shuttle bus service from Richmond Town Centre to the racecourse has now restarted. The shuttle bus leaves from Richmond Market Place, just opposite the Town Hall Pub, approximately 1 hour prior to the first race and will return after the last race.
As the Prime Minister stressed, the coming weeks will require a significant degree of personal responsibility. Our recommendation is that all racegoers voluntarily do a self-administered Lateral Flow Test on the day of, or on the day before, racing for their own peace of mind.
The Government guidance around “hands, face, space, fresh air” remains appropriate advice to all individuals attending a raceday at Catterick. We will provide plenty of hand sanitiser, guidance and signage around the racecourse, to support this advice. Please be respectful of other racegoers.
Government guidance to individuals regarding face coverings is that these are advisable when indoors or in a busy area. Please be aware that this is Government guidance to individuals, and as a venue we will not be mandating racegoers to wear face coverings, although it is recommended that you do so.
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