kempton park

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Kempton Park

Kempton Park is the place to be for an afternoon of jumps racing at this historic course just 16 miles from central London.  Gates open at 12 noon and tickets are available.

Photo: @mossfotoWhat better way to start the week than an afternoon at the Sport of Kings?  Kempton Park bring their 2018/2019 National Hunt season to a close today with six races over fences and hurdles.

Nicky Henderson and Dan Skelton are just two of the UK’s top trainers who have entered a string of horses from their stables and you can expect to see many of the best jumps jockeys to be in attendance looking for late-season winners.

The afternoon gets underway Inspire Foundation Freddy Tylicki Novices’ Hurdle over two miles, while the feature race is at 3.10pm, the Matchbook Best Value Exchange Novices Handicap over fences with a prize pot of £10,000 at stake.

Gates open at 12.40pm, first race at 2.10pm.

Tickets in advance are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.  Advance purchases attract a discount.

Tickets on the day at Kempton Park Racecourse are available.  Under 18s (maximum of 2) are free when accompanied by an adult.