Tel: 01942 402624
Fax: 01942 270879
The Flat course is a left handed galloping track of about 14 furlongs. The course is level with a long finishing
straight that rises slightly to the finishing post. The National Hunt course is like the flat course.
Situated above the County Enclosure in the Centenary Stand, the Premier Suite offers relaxed,
sophisticated surroundings from where you can enjoy your day's racing. The suite includes bistro dining,
betting facilities and a viewing balcony overlooking the Winning Post.
Dress requirements for the Premier Suite are a jacket and tie.
The County Enclosure - situated directly opposite the Winning Post - provides access to several rooms in the
Centenary Stand, Tommy Whittle Stand, Lancaster Restaurant and Champagne and Seafood Bar. Ticket holders also
have access to the seated and standing viewing areas, as well as access to the Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure.
Dress requirements are smart casual, no jeans, tracksuits or training shoes.
Offering an excellent view of racing and access to the Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure. This enclosure also
includes access to three raised viewing areas (one of which is seated), in addition to several rooms with a wide
range of bars and refreshment outlets.
The Newton Enclosure ( Haydock Parks Silver Ring) includes an undercover raised viewing area and a cafeteria and bar.
This enclosure also has a children's play area and bouncy castle on Saturdays. Betting takes place
with the Tote and on-course bookmakers.
Haydock Park is located just one mile from Junction 23 of the M6. Race goers with reserved car park passes
and coach parties should enter the course from the A49. The main car park is accessed from the A580 East.
The nearest station to Haydock Park Racecourse is Newton-le-Willows on the Manchester (Piccadilly) to Liverpool
(Lime Street) line. On the main London/Glasgow line the nearest stations are Warrington and Wigan - both approximately
8 miles from the racecourse.