Horse Racing Hospitality

AINTREE RACECOURSE

First opened in 1829 and home of the world famous Grand National steeplechase, Aintree is notorious as one of the hardest courses to complete on the horse racing circuit.

Grand National Hospitality

ASCOT RACECOURSE

Queen Anne founded Ascot in 1711 and it had a £185 million re-development in 2004. Hosting the prestigious Royal Ascot Meeting, this is a whose-who of the racing and social circle alike.

Royal Ascot Hospitality

CHELTENHAM RACECOURSE

Known as the 'Home of National Hunt Racing', Cheltenham can hold 67,500 spectators and is host to the first big event of the racing season - the Cheltenham Gold Cup Festival.

Chelteham Hospitality

CHESTER RACECOURSE

Also know as the 'Roodee' and located on the banks of the River Dee, Chester is thought to be the smallest racecourse in Britain dating back to the sixteenth centuary

Chester May Festival Hospitality

GOODWOOD RACECOURSE

Used for flat racing only and host to the Glorious Goodwood Meeting, the racecourse is owned by the family of the Duke of Richmond. It is known as an unusual and complex course.

Glorious Goodwood Hospitality

YORK RACECOURSE

York can hold up to 60,000 spectators and is home of the Ebor Festival taking place in August. One of finest racecourses in the country, York even briefly hosted Royal Ascot during  Ascot's re-building. 

Ebor Festival Hospitality 

DAY AT THE RACES

Join us at Ladies Day of the Royal Ascot Festival for an informal day of racing fun with our Day At The Races package - ideal for a staff incentive, birthday gift or just simply a day out with friends. 

Ascot Day At The Races


Corporate Hospitality