Please Note: Jump season starts again in October, and we are looking forward to welcoming you back then.

Next Meeting

6th October, 2021
  • First Race : 1:00 pm
  • Last Race : 4:25 pm

FAQs

Can I bring a dog/s to the course on race day?
Sorry, dogs are not allowed on the course or left in the car. Security will alert staff if a dog is found in a locked car.

 

What do I wear?
We do not really have a dress code. Would recommend you dress for the weather. If you are in the Members/or dining would recommend you dress smart/informal. 

 

Do I need to print off my tickets and how do I get tickets?
Tickets are available online or via ringing up the Racecourse office. If you wish, you can printed off your tickets to exchange for a badge on entry to the course. However, if you have your e-tickets on your phone via email, we can scan them.
Will there be an outdoor cover?
The grandstand is partly covered over but other than that, the race meeting is an outdoor event. Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring an umbrella if it it likely to rain.

 

What happens if racing is abandoned?
Ludlow benefits from very good drainage due to be being on a gravel soil. So is unlikely to be abandoned . Our biggest danger is frost especially if we have had three or four days of continuous frosts.
If racing is abandoned prior to racing a full refund is available. If after the first race but before the third race 50% refund, but if after the third race, no refund.
Refunds will not be available on the day but need to be claimed within 28 days of the raceday. Racegoers should send their tickets to the Racecourse Office at Ludlow Racecourse.

 

Where can I buy food and drinks? And what hospitality is there at Ludlow?
The Fairway café is open to all offering All Day Breakfast, hot & cold snacks, drinks & alcohol.
The Tattersalls café offers hot & cold snacks, drinks & alcohol to those who purchase a Grandstand Paddock or Members Day Badge.
The Clive Pavilion offers a Roast Carvery, hot & cold snacks, drinks & alcohol to those who have purchased a Members Day Badge.
On bigger meetings we will have outside bars & burger vans around the course.

 

Will I be able to purchase a racecard?
Racecards are free with the admission price. Yes, race cards will be available to purchase from booths located on the course. We recommend getting one when you arrive so you know what races are coming up. They have all the information you need about your day out.
Will there be an ATM available?
Cash is available from the Racecourse Office.

 

Is there a bus service from Ludlow to the Racecourse?
A complimentary shuttle bus will pick you up from the Ludlow train station & then take you back half an hour after the last race.
Please check the website for pick-up time, as times will vary.

 

When should we arrive?
Gates open 2 hours before the first race. Arriving in good time before racing starts allows time to soak up the atmosphere, explore the course, to enjoy a drink in the bars or perhaps a meal in the restaurant. We recommend you arrive at least an hour before racing.

 

 Can children come racing?
We welcome children and families to Ludlow Racecourse. Children 17 and under go free to the races when accompanied by an adult (some exclusions apply for Festival fixtures and Live After Racing events).  You’ll need to select a child ticket when making your booking.

 

 How accessible is Ludlow racecourse?
We do all we can to ensure our visitors enjoy their day. We provide priority parking close to the entrance that is reserved for Blue Badge holders.
 We also have a disabled toilet facility easily accessible next to the grandstand.
If you have more questions, please contact the Ludlow Racecourse office – 01584 866221
What do you offer carers?
Carers will receive free admission to the racecourse when accompanying a paying disabled guest.
Carer tickets can be collected from the racecourse office on the fixture when proof of disability is provided (e.g. a Blue Badge (with accompanying photo ID), Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment or signed letter from GP (with accompanying photo ID).)

 

Please email [email protected] at least 24 hours in advance with your name and details of the fixture you wish to attend to arrange these tickets. Subject to availability.

 

Can I take photographs?
 It is very important that at all meetings we ask you to ensure that no flash photography takes place near the horses.
You are welcome to take photographs for personal non-commercial use only.
You cannot take images for commercial purposes without prior permission from the racecourse and provision of press accreditation.

 

Can I smoke and where?
 Smoking is permitted in the allocated smoking rings across the racecourse. Smoking is not permitted in the grandstands.

 

Where is the best place to stay overnight?
 We would recommend The Clive, Ludlow. It is just half a mile from the racecourse. Here is their website – https://www.theclive.co.uk
Alternatively, there are lots of places to stay in Ludlow itself and you could get a taxi to/from the course. PLEASE ASK THE RACECOURSE OFFICE AND WE WILL HELP AND ADVISE.

Covid-19 Related

 

What if someone develops symptoms on the raceday whilst on course?
If an attendee develops symptoms once on-site, they should make a member of our team aware. The attendee will be immediately directed to our Isolation Room, where our medical team will assess them and determine the most suitable course of action. An assessment will be undertaken by the Racecourse and British Horse-racing Association medical team. The assessment will investigate where the person has been and who they have been in contact with, to determine the risk of transmission.

 

Do I need to wear a mask?
You currently don’t need to wear a mask but please ensure you keep up to date with the government protocol around events as it is regularly changing.

 

If your question is still unanswered, please call the team on 01584 846221 or email [email protected] for help – thanks!

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