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Coral Gold Cup Meeting at Newbury Racecourse

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Don’t miss two days of thrilling racing action featuring the Coral Gold Cup worth £250,000 and familiarly known to many as the Hennessy.

The official start of the Festive season across Berkshire, racegoers can expect live music, winter cocktails and culinary delights followed by an after-party on both days with access to the brand new Great Christmas Carnival in the centre of the racecourse included within every raceday ticket.

Kicking off on Friday 25 November with the feature race, the Grade 2 Coral Long Distance Hurdle, is often one of the first chances to see some of the three mile champions in action, with recent winners including Unowhatimeanharry, Paisley Park and Thyme Hill.

Then the big one comes! Join us for a party to remember at the social event of the season on Saturday 26 November. Enjoy festive menus, mulled wine and winter cocktails for the Coral Gold Cup Day. The perfect excuse to don your finest glad rags, get together with friends and loved ones, and welcome Christmas in style. Top-class action on the course sees one of the most historical chases in the country

Friday 25 - Saturday 26 November

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