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Upcoming Horse Races in the UK

In the United Kingdom, horse racing can be a pretty big deal. That is why there is a whole organisation named the British Horseracing Authority, and they have all kinds of updates on upcoming events. For the next three days—starting Friday 22nd May and ending Sunday 24th May—there will be a total of fifteen horseracing events.

Friday 22nd May Races

On Friday, there will be six races. The first one will be in Haydock Park at 2:00 PM, and the racers will be from the PHS Group Handicap. The second one will be in Bath at 2:10 PM with racers from the EBF Stallions PHS Washrooms Maiden Stacks. The third one is going to be in Goodwood, which will be the May Festival, at 2:20 PM. Runners include thirteen members from PHS Waterlogic Handicap. The fourth, fifth and sixth ones will be in Worcester (5:50 PM), Pontefract (6:30 PM) and Musselburgh (6:40 PM), respectively. At Worcester, a special event called Ladies Evening will be held, and at Musselburgh, the popular Music Night will be the main source of entertainment. There will be different judges for each event, including those such as Brian Goodwill, David Hicks and Phillip Smith.

Saturday 23rd May Races

On Saturday 23 May there will also be six races. The first two will be held at Haydock Park and Goodwood, with another May Festival, at 1:25 PM and 1:45 PM, correspondingly. Racers include Toteplacepot Classified Claiming Stakes and Totequadpot Handicap. The Catterick Bridge will host a horserace at 1:50 PM, with runners from Toteexacta Median Auction Madien Stakes and Totepool Handicap. Beverly will hold the event “A Very British Raceday” at 2:05 PM. Another Ladies Night will be held in Ffos Las at 5:50 PM, and finally, at 6:05 PM, Salisbury will be hosting a Music Night horseracing event. Racers will be from the Irish Stallion Farms Bathwick Tyres EBF Maiden Stakes and Bathwick Tyres ‘Sunny Future’ Handicap.

Sunday 24th May Races

Sunday will be special, as the events include the Family day in two parks and one Ladies Day. In Uttoxeter, the Family Day special will start at 2:00 PM and will include racers from the group Signs 2000 Maiden Hurdle. At 2:10 PM, the Ladies Day at Kelso will start. Runners come from groups such as Elliot Handerson Novices’ Handicap Chase (Div1) and (Div 2), KOSB Novices’ Handicap Chase and Reece, Ben, Jessica and Charlotte Coppola Novices’ Handicap Hurdle. The final horserace will be held in Fontwell Park, and attendees will enjoy all the fun the Family Day offers. It will be starting at 2:20 PM, and racers will be from the group the Family Fun Raceday With Equiniti Handicap Chase.

Conclusion

Horseracing in the UK is for both men and women, and even families. Make sure you do not miss out on all the awesome activities, and hopefully, you are going to enjoy each and every race!

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