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Owners & Trainers

We are pleased to offer Owners & Trainers with runners on the day a voucher for a complimentary meal in the Brasserie, in accordance to your badge allowance. Please collect your voucher from the Owners and Trainers desk when you arrive. In addition, as an owner, you have exclusive access to the Owners and Trainers Bar situated on the ground floor of the Grandstand.
The full details of the policy are shown below: 
The PASS system will be in operation at Lingfield Park Racecourse and is located at the Owners & Trainers entrance. Tickets will be allocated as follows: 
- Privately Owned Horse- 6 Complimentary Owners & Trainers Badges*
- Partnerships- 8 Complimentary Owners & Trainers Badges*
- Syndicates- 8 Complimentary Owners & Trainers Badges*

*Owners & Trainers Badges include a race card, meal voucher and access to Owners & Trainers facilities. A maximum of 6 additional badges for sole ownership and 8 for a partnership/syndicate are available at a reduced cost of £10 each. Additional Owners & Trainers badges include a race card and access to Owners & Trainers facilities. 

 

Terms and Conditions
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There is a maximum of 6 winning connections per horse permitted into the winner's enclosure. 

All additional tickets must be pre-booked, please provide a list of recipients to our racecourse office on 01342 831718 or email Stephanie, our racing executive preferably before raceday but not later than 9am on raceday. 

A limited number of restaurant tables are reserved for Owners & Trainers until 12.00pm on declarations day. We offer a discount on our Trackside Restaurant prices for Owners & Trainers. 

If you would like to order any additional photographs of your winning horse, please contact John Hoy by email or call on 07957094071.

Lingfield Park is the only racecourse in the UK to host Barrier Trails for racehorses, This ground-breaking initiative allows trainers to bring inexperienced or problem racehorses to use the starter stalls without the stresses of a normal raceday. Many of the horses that take part have been known to win their next race. If you would like to find out more information or even book your horse into the next Barrier Trials please click here.


Our Polytrack is also available to hire on weekdays when we are not racing (between the times of 7:30-10:30). You can download our terms & conditions of use below. For more details and to book please email Stephanie Wethered or call 01342 831718

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Companions on Racedays

All travellers or companions accompanying a runner must be booked in before arrival or they risk being turned away.  From 1st July 2018 there will be a charge (£20) for Travellers/Companions unless they have run four days prior to the meeting or are scheduled to run within four days of the meeting.  To book please contact swethered@lingfieldpark.co.uk or call 01342 831718.






Equine Welfare

Nothing matters more to us than looking after the Horses and Jockeys. We agree with recognised animal welfare organisations that horses have the right to a decent and fulfilling life. Our role as the racecourse, is to minimise any risk to Horse and Jockey.


British Horseracing Authority (BHA)

Lingfield Park Racecourse is licensed and regulated by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) who sets and polices the standards for Equine facilities and Veterinary care at all Racecourses in Britain.

The BHA also provides their own Veterinary Officer at each meeting to ensure that these strict standards for racecourses are adhered to. We also employ top class Veterinary Surgeons and deploy them around the track, parade ring and stable yard to ensure that a vet will be on the scene literally within seconds of an incident.

Their first priority is to make a diagnosis of any injury and to provide a calm environment to treat the horse. As soon as the assessment of the injury has been made, a horse ambulance will be called to the scene and will transport the horse back to the stable yard or to the local Equine Hospital, where further treatment can be undertaken.

 
To learn more about Horseracing’s work to protect the horse, please visit www.britishhorseracing.com


Retraining of Racehorses (RoR)

Horseracing in Britain also has its own charity. Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing. The Roles of Retraining of Racehorses (ROR) are:

  • To raise funds from within the Racing Industry to help support the charitable retraining and rehoming of former racehorses.
  • Help provide facilities for the care, retraining and rehoming of former racehorses.
  • Promote the adaptability of racehorses to other equestrian activities.
  • To run a well established programme of competition sponsorship, and clinics to educate and improve riders handling former racehorses.
The ultimate goal is to achieve a balance between the number of horses leaving Racing and the number of enthusiastic, and suitable, new homes.

To find out more about ROR click here; www.ror.org.uk

If you have any concerns about the welfare of racehorses anywhere, please email info@britishhorseracing.com.

For all queries in advance of a raceday, please contact Stephanie Wethered on 01342 831718 or email Stephanie here.

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