Immortalised by Pinky, Graham Greene and Mods, Brighton has been portrayed as the most sinister course in the UK. But anyone who has visited the race course on a sunny day in spring or summer would find it hard to see how it was ever viewed in such a way. As you follow the horses from the start of the umbrella handle course to the finishing line you notice a glistening expanse on the horizon - the sea.
It's undoubtedly one of the most picturesque settings of any course and the seaside promenade provides a race-goer with the perfect way to celebrate your winnings or drown your sorrows. Just don't forget to take your swimsuit.
Brighton Racecourse, Brighton, Sussex BN2 2XZ
Tel: 01273 603580 (Office)
Fax: 01273 673572
A fairly unique course which has the shape of an extended 'U' and a maximum race distance of a little under 12 furlongs. The turns and gradients make this more suitable for the handy, nimble type.
The course can be found to the east of the town on the A27, and is well signposted from the A23 London-Brighton road. Free parking is available.
To Brighton station. A courtesy bus service runs between the station and the racecourse on race days.
Helicopter landing at the course by prior arrangement only.
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