Beverley is not one of the most high profile of Yorkshire's nine racecourses but is a mainstay of the northern circuit and hosts one of the more interesting early-season two-year-old conditions events in the shape of the Hilary Needler Trophy. Mark Johnston's record-breaking Attraction won the race before going on to Royal Ascot in 2003.
One piece of information everyone should know about Beverley is that the draw can be of crucial significance, especially on the sprint course. Go high!
The Racecourse, York Road, Beverley, E Yorkshire HU17 8QZ
Tel: 01482 867488 or 882645 (Office)
Fax: 01482 863892
Right-handed and generally galloping in nature with a downhill run leading off the home bend into the straight. The straight five-furlong course climbs all the way to the line.
Beverley racecourse is located seven miles off the M62 (junction 38), on the A1035. Free parking is available.
To Beverley station. A bus service runs between the station and the racecourse.
Helicopter landing at the course by prior arrangement only.
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