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The Epsom Derby 2022

It is that time of year when we can well and truly get our teeth stuck into some of the best flat racing action the season has to offer and with the sun set to shine over the suburbs of London this weekend, there is no better time to head to a racecourse and enjoy a day out with your family and friends.

This year's Derby will be a first outing for many as spectators are able to attend the races in limited numbers but sadly, that also means that many will miss out on the opportunity to attend what is now known as the Cazoo Derby under its new sponsorship.

The Epsom Derby makes up for two of the five British Classics and takes place annually at Epsom Racecourse, Surrrey, one of the most famous and challenging racetracks in the world.

The weekend action starts with Oaks Day, also known as Ladies Day. The feature race of the day is the Group 1 Cazoo Oaks which is for Fillies-only run over the same course and distance as the Coronation Cup and Derby. Alongside the QIPCO 1000 Guineas run at Newmarket and the Ladbrokes St Leger in York, these three races make up the fillies’ Triple Crown which was last won by Lester Piggott and the famous legend that was Nijinsky.

The second day of this two day meeting is the main attraction for many race fans, including Her Majesty the Queen, who attends this meeting every year as she does for Royal Ascot. The feature race is of course the Epsom Derby which is for colts and fillies and runs over a distance of 1 mile, 4 furlongs and 10 yards over the testing undulating track that rises over an equivalent height of Nelson’s Column. The prize money for winning such a test is £1.125million, this is Britain’s richest and most prestigious race that every jockey, trainer and owner wants to win.

Although we are not all able to make it to the Derby this year, there is no better time to look forward to this incredible day out on the first weekend in June next year. Here are a selection of some of the best ways to experience the Derby with hotel and ticket packages.

The 4* Hilton Cobham is nestled in 27 acres of Surrey’s woodland, less than two miles from the historic village of Cobham and only 14 miles from Epsom racecourse. This experience includes;

  • One night accommodation

  • Breakfast

  • Return racecourse transfers

  • Ticket to your chosen day of the Derby meeting

The 4* Brooklands Hotel is nestled in the heart of Brooklands Estate, home to the historic Brooklands motor racing track and is located just 11 miles from Epsom Racecourse. This experience includes;

  • One night accommodation

  • Breakfast

  • Return racecourse transfers

  • Ticket to your chosen day of the Derby meeting.

BOOK NOW for 2022 with just a £25 deposit.

For more information and to book now please click here or contact

Tickets and Enclosures:

The Upper Tattenham Enclosure: Included as standard

This is one of the fastest growing enclosures. With a trackside view all the way down to the pivotal Tattenham Corner, betting facilities and the opportunity to see the event unfolding in front of you, it represents excellent value. Food and drink for your own consumption can be brought into this area.

The Lonsdale Enclosure: £5.00 supplement per person

One of the iconic images of the Investec Derby Festival is the famous open top buses that line the closing yards of the track to the finish.

Opposite the main stands, the Lonsdale Enclosure is the grass enclosure where you can get right up to the rails and see the horses thunder past. This is a very popular enclosure as you’re right in front of all the action.

Food and drink for your own consumption can be taken into this area.

The Grandstand: £40.00 supplement per person

The superb Grandstand, where the Duchess's Stand is located, provides an excellent relaxed atmosphere to view the racing from the bookmakers’ ring and extensive steppings to take in all the action.

There are also a number of reserved seats for the Investec Derby Festival which you can book with your admission ticket for the day and this will guarantee you a seat for the day. The Grandstand gives you additional access to the Paddock and Bookmakers’ facilities.

The Queens Stand: £95.00 supplement per person

One of the most impressive stands in British racing, the Queen’s Stand is at the heart of the action.

The Queen’s Stand is on the finishing line and above the weighing room with prime viewing of the Winner’s Circle. You can access the Parade Ring and follow horses all the way to the track before taking up a spot to watch the race on the steppings or the Queen’s Stand Lawn.

Ticket holders can also access the Duchess’s Stand giving you additional access to bookmakers’ as well as the main public betting hall and Derby Village.

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