Under the Government’s current “roadmap” we hope that we may be able to welcome a limited number of spectators to Redcar for this meeting, however it is subject to restrictions being eased.
While social distancing remains in place we are unable to open up all areas of the Racecourse as normal and so there will be a revised Grandstand Enclosure in operation.
We are offering a limited number of tickets for visitors to join us in our main Grandstand Enclosure which has two fully covered grandstands and fantastic views of the track. Full betting facilities are also provided.
You will need to know contact details (First name, Last name, email address and postcode) for all ticket holders being purchased at the point of booking. This is for NHS Track and Trace requirements.
Tickets purchased are non-transferable and proof of ID will be required on arrival.
All ticket holders must abide by the Spectator Code of Conduct and comply with any Government guidelines regarding attendance at mass gatherings (which might include Health Passports, vaccinations or clear Covid19 tests within the 72 hours prior to an event).
With limited crowds we will be concentrating on the equine action and we will not have the raceday entertainment that we would usually have available on racedays.
Provisional details for the day – Gates open at 11am, first race 1pm.
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