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Horse racing Scotland

Scotland has five unique racecourses, providing both flat and jump racing. Whether you’re a seasoned race-goer or a first-timer, there’s something for everyone at Scottish racecourses. Perhaps the most famous racecourse is Ayr, home of the Scottish Grand National, but fantastic racing can also be experienced at Hamilton Park (flat), Kelso (National Hunt), Musselburgh (mixed) and Perth (National Hunt). 

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29th July 2014, Perth:

Dance the night away after an evening of racing.

30th July 2014, Perth:

Join us for an afternoon of great racing.

1st August 2014, East Lothian:

Just eight miles from the centre of Edinburgh and a stone’s throw from the beach, Musselburgh is one of only two courses in Scotland to hold both jump and flat racing.

2nd August 2014, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.

8th August 2014, East Lothian:

Just eight miles from the centre of Edinburgh and a stone’s throw from the beach, Musselburgh is one of only two courses in Scotland to hold both jump and flat racing.

16th August 2014, Perth:

Party with us in style, hats & heels.

20th August 2014, East Lothian:

Just eight miles from the centre of Edinburgh and a stone’s throw from the beach, Musselburgh is one of only two courses in Scotland to hold both jump and flat racing.

22nd August 2014, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.

28th August 2014, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.

2nd September 2014, Hamilton:

With racing in the area believed to date back to 1782, Hamilton is now part of Scotland’s great sporting heritage.


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