SUNDAY 16TH JUNE

FATHER’S DAY RACING FEATURING EBF CATHEDRAL STAKES

Raceday at Salisbury Racecourse

SUNDAY 16TH JUNE

FATHER’S DAY RACING FEATURING EBF CATHEDRAL STAKES

Gates open: 12 noon
First race: 1.55pm
Last race: 5.20pm

Number of Races: 7
Going: Soft
Going Stick: 7.0
Weather: 17°C Some bright spells, moderate breeze

Event Summary:  “The Daddy Of Days Out!” Bring dad and all the family for a fun-filled day with exciting racing and lots of great FREE entertainment for the children to enjoy.

Feature race(s):  The EBF Cathedral Stakes is the first valuable ‘Listed’ race of the year.  It is a £50,000 race and run over the sprint distance of 6 furlongs.

Facilities for Children: Accompanied children aged 17 and under get in FREE at all Salisbury race days! For this race meeting we are very pleased to provide facilities for children, including; ‘Ticklish Allsorts’, inflatables, face painting, young children’s fairground rides, simulator and new for 2019 ‘Crazy Creatures’ tent. These rides/facilities are all provided free of charge, so they can be used again and again! These facilities are all located in the Sarum Enclosure (in the centre of the course), however, all racegoers with children i.e those in the Bibury Enclosure and Grandstand & Paddock Enclosure, are welcome to come across and use them.

 

Car Parking:  All car parking at Salisbury Racecourse is FREE and each car park is located just a short distance from the enclosures.

SOME IDEAS OF WHERE TO GO NEXT

In addition to the Moonraker and Conservatory restaurants, Salisbury Racecourse has a range of bars and eateries in all enclosures to suit every palate and budget.  Salisbury Racecourse, as well as our catering partners, where possible use local suppliers providing high quality homemade fayre.

Check out our full fixture list, including details of entertainments available during and after racing!

Make the most of your time at Salisbury Racecourse. Our Racegoers Guide has everything you need to know about going to the races including what to wear, where to watch, how to bet and some of the racing jargon.