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Summer At Newbury Racecourse


The starting stalls are ready. Summer dresses steamed with fabulous fascinators ready to be worn. There is a freshness in the air, this can only mean one thing. Flat is back at Newbury Racecourse.

As the summer heat rises, you can expect the temperature on our Party in the Paddock to soar as well, as we welcome iconic 90’s DJ and performer Craig David back to our stage. With throwback hits such as ‘7 Days’, ‘Rewind’ you certainly won’t be ‘Walking Away’ after the Weatherby’s Super Sprint Day on Saturday 16th July. You can also join the second music event on Saturday 13 August for BetVictor Hungerford Day where we welcome the Ministry of Sound Classical with special guest Judge Jules playing three decades of dance for all to enjoy! Both days call for top-class racing action, a refreshing glass (or jug) of Pimms and singing your heart out into the sunset with your friends and family.

These are just two fabulous days to feature on our annual fixture list. With the guarantee of heat pounding action on our flat track, surrounded by excellent scenery, good people and excellent summer vibes, Newbury Racecourse is the track to bring your friends and family to this summer.

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