Since the advent of its Polytrack all-weather surface the fortunes of lovely, leafy Lingfield have taken a distinct turn for the better. Much kinder for horses and jockeys than its predecessor, the introduction of the new surface has seen the general quality level shoot up, with well-bred horses running at most meetings. Its Winter Derby meeting in March continues to grow, and Lingfield provides a superb alternative to turf racing in the summer and jump racing in the winter.
Lingfield has a limited jumps programme but the four meetings for 2004 are probably as good as you will find anywhere away from the big courses.
Lingfield Park Racecourse, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6PQ
01342 834800 (Office)
Course - Flat: A sharp, undulating left-handed course with a seven and a half furlong straight course. There is also an all-weather course, which is sharp in nature, situated inside the turf track.
Course - Jump: The turn for home is tight and there are several undulations on the left-handed track. The circuit is a mile-and-a-half in length with a short run-in.
By Road: The racecourse lies on the B2029, 21 miles outside London. It is accessible via the M25 (junction 6) and then the A22. Free parking is available.
By Rail: To Lingfield station, close to the racecourse.
By Air: Helicopter landing at the course by prior arrangement only.
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