Join us as we enjoy some of the most prestigious races in the flat racing calendar at Haydock Park racecourse.
Haydock Park is the leading racecourse in the North West and is heralded by fans and jockeys alike for its top class facilities and amenities.
With four of the best meetings to choose from at Haydock, including the Temple Stakes in May, the Old Newton Cup and Lancashire Oaks in July and the course’s prestigious Grade 1 Sprint Cup Day in September, you’re guaranteed to find a race day to suit you and your friends or family.
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Where are the Haydock Races?
Located between Liverpool and Manchester, Haydock Park is the jewel of the north and heartbeat of British horse racing, with over 33 days of world-class racing on both the flat and jumps over the year.
Haydock Park racecourse is as well-known for its facilities as it is the racing, with its grandstands providing some of the most breathtaking views in racing from which you can cheer your tips home.
The racecourse will play host to some of the biggest Saturday racecards in the flat racing calendar, allowing you to see the best runners and riders in the sport.
The Group 2 Temple Stakes is one of the early highlights on the flat and sees some of the best three year olds and over compete over 5 furlongs.
The Newton Cup in July is Haydock's oldest and most prestigious handicap race which was first run in 1899 whilst the Group 3 Lancashire Oaks meeting in August sees the best three and year olds fillies and mares pitted against one another.
The highlight of the Haydock flat campaign is the Sprint Cup in September, a prestigious Grade 1 meeting with the prolific three year olds and older battling it out for the £150,000 winner’s prize.
With ticket admission, hotel accommodation and coach transfers included in the price, booking with National Holidays is the hassle-free way to enjoy a trip to the races.
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