32Red Winter Festival

27 December 2019

Overview


High class Grade 1 racing, entertainment for all, a cracking atmosphere & bundles of festive cheer! The 32Red Winter Festival is a must for any jump fans during the festive season. Day one of the two day showpiece, on Boxing Day, features three Grade 1 races including the Festival's flagship race, the 32Red King George VI Chase - won by greats Desert Orchid, Best Mate, Kauto Star and, Cue Card.

Day two proves to be a popular festive day out for all the family, staring two Grade 2 races and a host of competitive handicaps, always providing key clues for the rest of the National Hunt Season. There’ll also be a variety of free children’s entertainment available.

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Friday 27th December 2019

Enclosures

Where to be for the best views

Premier Enclosure

This enclosure is open on selected racedays only. The racing action cannot be viewed from indoors but there is a balcony area overlooking the Parade Ring. There are several bars on the first floor of the grandstand with a sandwich bar offering hot and cold fillings. The dress code for this enclosure is smart casual – jeans and trainers are permitted.

Paddock Enclosure

This Enclosure is open on all racedays. The racing action cannot be viewed from indoors, but there is direct access to the racecourse and Parade Ring from the Paddock Enclosure. Outdoor viewing is available under the canopy of the main grandstand. There is a food court area offering fish & chips, noodles, Tiffinbites curry & dash sandwich bar. There are also several bars offering full draught facilities, spirits and soft drinks. The dress code for this enclosure is smart casual – jeans and trainers are permitted.

Festive Enclosure

Open on 26 and 27 December only. The racing action cannot be viewed from indoors, but there is a small covered stand which offers good views of the racecourse. There is an indoor bar area and several mobile food outlets available in this area. The dress code for this area is smart casual – jeans and trainers are permitted.

Dress Codes

What to wear

There is no official dress code for Kempton Park, but for some enclosures, particularly on event days there may be some restrictions. As a general guideline, smart attire is always acceptable and is especially encouraged on major race days, although not compulsory. The racecourse also encourages racegoers to dress for the weather. Fancy dress is allowed as long as not offensive and the club reserves the right to turn away anyone who they believe to be dressed inappropriately.

Travel Information

How to find us

Directions

BY TRAIN

Kempton Park is conveniently located just 16 miles from the City of London. The station is also just 200 yards ensuring that you could get from London Waterloo to the races in as little as 45 minutes.

BY AIR

For those travelling from overseas, the racecourse is easily accessible from London Airports. It takes just 25 minutes from London Heathrow and approximately 40 minutes from London Gatwick. Pre arranged helicopter landings are also allowed - for prior permission please contact Beverly Frith on 01932 782292.

Parking

BY CAR

For those travelling by car, Kempton Park is located on the A308 between Sunbury on Thames and Hampton Court, just 1 mile from Junction 1 of the M3 via Junction 12 of the M25.

PARKING

The racecourse has ample free parking. Priority parking is provided to trainers, owners and disabled badge holders and this can be accessed via Gate 1 in Park Road.

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