What's On

Thu 02 Nov 2017

Thursday 2nd November

All weather Flat

Tue 14 Nov 2017

Tuesday 14th November

Turf Jump

Fri 17 Nov 2017

Friday 17th November

All weather Flat

Sat 18 Nov 2017

Saturday 18th November

All weather Flat

Tue 21 Nov 2017

Tuesday 21st November

All weather Flat

Sat 25 Nov 2017

Saturday 25th November

All weather Flat

Tue 28 Nov 2017

Tuesday 28th November

Turf Jump

Tue 05 Dec 2017

Tuesday 5th December

Turf Jump

Wed 06 Dec 2017

Wednesday 6th December

All weather Flat

Tue 12 Dec 2017

Tuesday 12th December

All weather Flat

Wed 13 Dec 2017

Wednesday 13th December

All weather Flat

Wed 20 Dec 2017

Wednesday 20th December

All weather Flat

Sat 23 Dec 2017

Saturday 23rd December

All weather Flat

Thu 28 Dec 2017

Twixmas Raceday

All weather Flat

Sat 30 Dec 2017

Twixmas Raceday

All weather Flat

Sun 31 Dec 2017

Twixmas Raceday

All weather Flat

Lingfield Park, Racecourse road, RH7 6PQ
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Travel Information

How to find us



Lingfield park resort is just a short 5 minute walk from Lingfield station. Trains from London Victoria run to Lingfield station.


Helicopters may land on the racecourse with prior permission.

By Car

Lingfield Park is just 15 minutes from the M25 (J6) or M23 (J10).


All car parks are free of charge.

Dress Codes

What to wear

The dress code is smart casual but shirts should be worn in all enclosures. No ripped jeans or football shirts, tailored shorts are permitted but only when the weather is particularly hot.

Racecourse Information

The History

Lingfield Park Racecourse is located in a 450-acre estate and was opened in 1890 by the Prince of Wales, who also agreed to let Lingfield incorporate the Prince of Wales feathers into its official heading. Initially the course held jumps racing only, but in 1894 the Jockey Club granted permission for flat racing to be held. Racing has been held continuously ever since, with the only exception being during World War II. Ladbrokes sold the course in 1982 and the new owners installed flood defences to alleviate the flooding that had become a major problem in the years immediately after the war. A golf course was built on the estate and opened in June 1987. Arena Leisure purchased the course in 1991, and in 2001 made the decision to replace the Equitrac all-weather surface with Polytrack, opening in November 2001. Today Lingfield Park is an all weather racecourse, one of only 5 in the UK.