The family days out – when all accompanied under 18s are admitted free of charge – are held between now and August, on 18th February, 11th March, 20th May, 8th July and 5th August. As well as the horse racing to watch, there are free pony rides and face painting.
All three enclosures at the racecourse – County, Tattersalls and Lawn – will be open, offering visitors a choice of where to watch the races and enjoy refreshments. Adult tickets start at £7.20 when bought in advance for this Sunday.
Racing fans can also get their hands on a special ‘Weekend of Lincolnshire Racing’ package … a joint ticket for Brocklesby Point to Point on Saturday and Tattersalls admission to Super Sunday. Joint tickets are £22.50 when bought in advance, a saving of £9 on the gate prices.
The Brocklesby Point to Point is within Brocklesby Park, just off the A18 near Humberside Airport. The course is set in beautiful parkland and is an ideal day out for all the family. Races have been run there since 1958. The first race is at 12 noon and the last race at 4.30pm. There will be bookmakers, a licensed bar, refreshments and a good selection of trade stands. All races are normally three-mile steeplechases and include 18 fences.
Nadia Powell, General Manager, Market Rasen Racecourse, said:
More information is available – and tickets can be purchased - at www.marketrasenraces.co.uk. Young adults, aged 18 to 24 years, can get half-price admission by registering at RacePass18to24.co.uk to receive a free RacePass membership card. Senior citizens can obtain discounted admission by joining The Diamond Club, with details available online.
Nadia Powell, General Manager, at Market Rasen Racecourse, on 01673 843434 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Market Rasen Racecourse, which is part of The Jockey Club, is staging 22 jump racing meetings in 2018 and is a leading conference and events centre in the East Midlands. It has been chosen by the Racehorse Owners Association as one of the top six smaller racecourses in Britain for the last three years. More information is available at www.marketrasenraces.co.uk.
The Jockey Club stages thrilling sporting occasions including The Randox Health Grand National, The Cheltenham Festival and The Investec Derby. Millions of people every year enjoy the special experiences we offer through racing, music, food and entertainment. Governed by Royal Charter, every penny we make goes back into British Racing to help the sport thrive. We were founded in 1750 and today we are the largest commercial group in Britain’s second-biggest spectator sport, operating 15 racecourses nationwide, The National Stud, Jockey Club Estates, Jockey Club Catering, Jockey Club Live and our charity, Racing Welfare. For more information visit www.thejockeyclub.co.uk.