Fontwell Park Racecourse
About Fontwell Park Racecourse
Fontwell Park is the UK’s only figure-of-eight track, running 24 race meetings in every month except for July. Located just off the A27 between Chichester & Arundel, Fontwell Park is set amongst 65 acres in beautiful West Sussex and was the venue for Queen Elizabeth II first horse jumps winner, Monaveen, in 1949.
Feature meetings at Fontwell Park include the Southern National on Sunday the 17th November, and the Boxing Day Racing event.
Aside from Racing, Fontwell Park is also the venue for a number of events, including Spring & Christmas Fairs, Wedding Fairs & Open Days, Antiques Fairs and a Fireworks display. In addition
Along with offering superb raceday facilities, the state-of-the-art Grandstand is ideal for conferencing, trade shows, weddings and parties and is fast becoming one of the most popular business and leisure venues for business along the South Coast.
Fontwell Park is part of a group of 16 Racecourses, under the Arena Racing Company Racing & Leisure Group. ARC owns and currently operates 16 racecourses in England at Bath, Brighton, Chepstow, Doncaster, Fontwell Park, Great Yarmouth, Hereford, Lingfield, Newcastle, Royal Windsor, Sedgefield, Southwell, Uttoxeter, Wolverhampton and Worcester, and operates a 16th course at Ffos Las in West Wales. ARC Racing and Leisure Group is the largest racecourse group in the UK, hosting 39% of the UK's annual horseracing fixtures. These include some of the biggest days in the racing calendar, like the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival, Coral Welsh National, Betfred Midlands Grand National, John Smith's Northumberland Plate and the National Spirit Hurdle.
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