What's On

Wed 19 Dec 2018

Tanners Christmas Meeting

Thu 03 Jan 2019

Thursday 3rd January

Thu 17 Jan 2019

Thursday 17th January

Mon 28 Jan 2019

Monday 28th January

Wed 06 Feb 2019

Wednesday 6th February

Wed 20 Feb 2019

Wednesday 20th February

Thu 28 Feb 2019

Thursday 28th February

Thu 21 Mar 2019

Charity Meeting

Mon 01 Apr 2019

Monday 1st April

Tue 23 Apr 2019

Tuesday 23rd April

Sun 12 May 2019

Ladies Day

Featured Event
Wed 09 Oct 2019

Wednesday 9th October

Thu 24 Oct 2019

Thursday 24th October

Thu 14 Nov 2019

Thursday 14th November

Mon 25 Nov 2019

Monday 25th November

Wed 04 Dec 2019

Wednesday 4th December

Wed 18 Dec 2019

Tanners Christmas Meeting

Enclosures

Where to be for the best views

Jubilee Stand box

Experience the thrill of jump racing from one of our luxury private viewing boxes. Complete with an exclusive Tote Betting area, the boxes are perfect for private hospitality, each having their own balcony area providing panoramic views of the racecourse and surrounding countryside.

The Plymouth Stand

Newly constructed in 2010, the Plymouth Stand has a second floor Carvery Restaurant open to all of our customers in the Members Enclosure.

Bromfield, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 2BT
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Travel Information

How to find us

Directions

By Train

Paddington - Newport. Local line to Ludlow (bus connection - 2 miles) on Newport (Gwent) - Crewe line. FREE bus service from Ludlow train station to the racecourse is available on racedays.

By Air

Helicopter landing facilities are available at the racecourse but permission must be granted by management.

By Road

Via A49, A4113, A4117, the racecourse is located 2 miles North of Ludlow off the A49.

Dress Codes

What to wear

Ludlow Races do not allow Vests, Football or Rugby Shirts, Ripped Jeans or Shorts to be worn in the Members Enclosure. Also the removal of shirts is not allowed in any enclosure.

Racecourse Information

The History

Tradition has it that in the fourteenth century soldiers from Ludlow Castle went to Ludlow Racecourse to match their horses. There is certainly a record of racing in 1725. The course retains its strong Edwardian character and also a strong club atmosphere. Now a National Hunt course, jumping started in the mid-nineteenth century. Today Ludlow racecourse is a National Hunt Course with a right Right-handed race track. The chase course is flat with sharp bends and measures one mile and 4 furlongs in length. There is also a hurdles track at the venue which measures 150 yards longer than the the chase course and is slightly undulating, with easier bends. Ludlow plays host to around 16 mid-week jump meetings a year and offers an enjoyable and informal day’s racing in a friendly club atmosphere.