05:01 Wednesday 22nd May 2013
|Situated at the top of Haldon Hill, Exeter's reputation as one of the stiffest tracks in the country is well founded. The standard of racing is above average, principally due to its location close to a number of powerful National Hunt stables and it has proven a particularly good track for stables to unleash some of their better novice chase prospects. With a friendly atmosphere and beautiful setting, Exeter attracts a knowledgeable audience and their highlight is the Haldon Gold Cup held in November.|
Food & Drink
Exeter offers a three-course lunch in the Desert Orchid Restaurant for £27.50 per head.
Child friendly Info
Accompanied children under 16 gain free admission to the course.
Disabled friendly Info
No disabled accommodation but disabled racegoers have easy access on the course.
Parties of 10 to 100 can have privacy in a box with a wonderful view of the course and paddock. Three packages are on offer ranging between £35 - £45 per head.
Conference and Sponsorship
The racecourse can cater for up to 500 delegates. Exhibition space can be booked for the Brockman Hall (200sq.m).
Exeter Racecourse is situated at the top of Haldon Hill in the Heart of Devon, five miles south-west of Exeter.
Exeter Racecourse is on the A38 Plymouth Road two miles east of Chudleigh.
Exeter St Davids Station. A free bus has been arranged to from the station to the racecourse.
Landing pad available with prior permission on the course. Exeter Airport is 10 miles in a taxi to the course.
Car and coach parking is free of charge with the exception of the Rails Parking area which is charged at £2.00.
Tel: 01392 832599
Grandstand and Paddock £14.00
Silver Ring £7.00
Gemini: 01392 666666