The Go Racing in Yorkshire Summer Festival comes to Catterick tomorrow and following a race division, we now have 8 races scheduled, please find the timings for the day below and a full list of runners & riders can be seen on the Racing UK website here.
- Gates open: 12.10pm
- First race: 2.10pm
- Last race: 5.45pm
- Feature race: 4.10pm – The Sky Bet Go-Racing-in-Yorkshire Summer Festival Handicap Stakes
The going is now currently Good to Firm, Good in places.
The forecast tomorrow is for a warm, dry day with spells of sunshine. View the full forecast on BBC Weather here.
Racing Welfare are the official charity for the summer festival this year, and they will be at Catterick tomorrow with a group of retired stable staff and jockeys who will be sharing their stories and experiences in racing with racegoers throughout the afternoon.
Racing Welfare will also be bringing an equicizer along for brief jockey demonstrations before racing, following which racegoers will have the opportunity to have a go on the simulator and feel what it’s like to ride a winner!
In support of Racing Welfare, Millbry Hill Country Store are generously giving grooming kits to the Best Turned Out winner of each race tomorrow, in addition to the £50 cash prize. Plus each lad/lass leading up on the day will receive a £5 Millbry Hill Country Store voucher!
Tickets are still available to purchase online, and also at the gates on the day. Remember accompanied under 18’s go free and do not require a ticket! A few spaces remain in the Winning Streak Restaurant – please contact the racecourse office if you would like to reserve a table.
If you are driving to the racecourse, please note that the Fort Bridge is now open. Racegoers can now leave the A1 at Junction 52 and follow the brown signs, which will lead them over the bridge and directly to the racecourse. The FREE shuttle bus will leave from Richmond Market Place (opposite the Town Hall Pub) at approx. 1.10pm, and will return again after racing.
Please be aware that the building works have now started at the course, and so the entrance nearest to Catterick Bridge is no longer in use. The main entrance to the racecourse is now at the East (Catterick Village) end of the racecourse. Please click here to view a map of the current layout.