Town Moor is the home of the world's oldest Classic race - the St Leger but it is also the venue for the first and last turf fixtures of the flat season.
Doncaster's galloping dual-purpose course is mainly known for its packed flat racing programme but the Great Yorkshire Chase in January remains a highlight on the northern jumping circuit.
The main Grandstand is a huge building rather lacking in charm and youth, but Doncaster is a good enough venue for getting around even on its busiest days, which usually happen during the St Leger meeting, which spans four days in early September.
Doncaster Racecourse, Grand Stand, Leger Way, Doncaster DN2 6BB
Tel: 01302 320066 (Office)
Fax: 01302 323271
Course - Flat: One of the fairest tracks in the country with its great width and galloping nature. It has both a straight and round mile and a sweeping turn into the home straight.
Course - Jump: A left-handed, relatively flat track of approximately two miles. There is a slight incline at Rose Hill while conditions often favour horses bestowed with plenty of speed throughout the winter.
By Road: The racecourse lies alongside the M18 (junctions 3 and 4), one mile from the centre of Doncaster. Free parking is available.
By Rail: To Doncaster. A bus service runs between the station and the racecourse.
By Air: Helicopter landing at the course by prior arrangement only.
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