Flat: The Swinley Course is the main circuit and is a right handed triangle of approximately 1 mile 6 furlongs. The longest side is slightly downhill to the turn and then rises steadily from there to the finish. An extension forming an L-shape is the the Old Mile Course. The New Mile Course is an extension of the finishing straight for all races up to 1-mile in distance and is uphill all the way. National Hunt: The National Hunt course is on the inside of the
Swinley Course. This is also approximately 1 mile 6 furlongs and is run right-handed. One complete circuit has 10 fences, two of these are open ditches and there is one water jump. The the finish is uphill.
The Mildmay course is an oval shaped course with two long straights.
Premier Admission: gives you access to all the best viewing areas and facilities on the course. These are located on Level 4 of the Grandstand and the viewing areas by the Winning Post, both of which are exclusive to Premier Admission badge holders. A Premier Admission badge also allows access to the General Admission area and to the steppings around the Parade Ring.
General Admission: General Admission provides excellent facilities and viewing areas at ground level. There is a wide variety of places to eat and drink. Customers in this area do not have access to any of the levels on the upper floors. However, there is the opportunity to upgrade your ticket on the raceday if you would prefer to use the facilities that are on Level 4.
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